Originally Posted by eric1514
I would imagine replacing that inverter with a PSW inverter/charger and appropriate remote would be mostly plug and play, no? That is, provided I did not exceed the tripp-lite's charger amp rating.
It should be pretty much drop in if it fits the space and wires are in the right place and/long enough.
I would, however, also take a look at the big picture at the same time to evaluate if either, or both, sides of a unit might benefit from a capacity change base on how you intend to use it. Good inverter/chargers aren't cheap, so some wiring changes that may be needed might be worth it in the long run.
Whatever you get, before you buy be sure to check how a remote for it will wire to make sure however Tripplite did it is the same or compatible wiring. Changing the remote wiring can often be the worst part of an inverter/charger upgrade because of the location, so good if you can avoid it.