So I thought I would post this up to share since I did a search and did not find anything. A little background on this trailer....... I bought it new a couple of years ago and it is an enclosed gun metal grey Interstate trailer.
The in cab enclosed length is 14 feet. It has a fold down rear ramp door and a side man door. When I bought the trailer I added the work bench and peg board. I also wired the entire trailer for AC power with a plug on the outside to hook up to an outlet or generator. There are three plug ins within the trailer and two sets of florescent lights. All of the outlets, switches, and wiring is rated for 20amps so adding heaters etc. is no problem. I also have a 12v RV deep cycle battery wired up in the trailer with a large AC converter that can run the equipment for a short while if I do not want to setup the generator.
Sorry for the crappy pictures but they were point and shoot camera in the rain
This first picture was taken standing at the end of the fold down ramp. Just an overall shot. In the lower right corner the yellow thing is a small suuuuper quiet generator that can run the trailer. The long table is a fold up one that stores along side one of the walls. Directly above it between the sets of lights is a power plug set that can run laptops etc. if needed. Also folding chairs along the right wall.
In this picture is just a general picture of the work bench. I just installed the computer and monitor today. Also mounted to the ceiling is a CD player/radio that runs off a power inverter, gotta have tunes right? Don't mind the tools and other items, I do use this trailer for other things from time to time.
I set this computer up with two hard drive hot swap bays, when pictures are downloaded on scene they are put on the original drive and then backed up onto these two other drives so there is a total of three records. This should help in not losing any data I also have a battery backup surge protected supply next to the computer. The large tote is actually my version of a Vagabond. It contains a similar battery power supply like next to the computer. I have wired the tote so that when you flip up the clear plastic tops there are AC plugins. It can also store some small photog items. The great thing is it is on wheels so just pull and go. When it is stored it plugs into AC power to recharge.
Any other questions or comments are welcomed.