Happy Camping Dan: I see you bolted down the power wire from the inverter and the power wire from the controller/solar panel. That is what I'm seeing right? Then you use the 2nd battery (furthest away) negative to connect the negative to the inverter? Right? And the solar panel negative to this 2nd battery negative? And if your to do 1 battery....positive solar panel and positive inverter on positive battery terminal and neg solar panel and neg inverter both on neg battery terminal? Not including the controller.Thanks.
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Pam Gouin: thanks for the video, I need to power my treehouse... but now that I am watching also need to power my workshop, and chicken coop. . showing the hubby this video series... thank you.
gamingSlasher: Mounting at an angle is an unusual thing to see but I fully agree with the reason. Refreshing to see someone do it :)
Shawonna Leak: Hello, may I ask you a question ?Will a 30 amp controller be good for two 15 watt solar panels? or will I need another 30 amp, thank for your response , in advance
outlaw0987654321: Hello mark. I just recently got an Iota 24 volt 45 amp battery charger. I was wondering if it should be connected to the batteries themselves or connected via the charge controller. I tried getting in contact with Iota but i had no luck.
spellerito reagan: Hi Mark, I bought a Powerhub Plus 1800W, four years ago, just found out that the inverter is broken and can' be fixed. Also found out that this product has had a lot of bad reviews. Here are the specs... http://www.mysolarbackup.com/phplusspecs.html The (4) 150W silicon mono-crystal solar panels are still good, not sure about the 4 batteries, but would like to replace them anyway with deep cycle batteries. What would I need to replace the bad inverter and probably controller...to power a 977.5W refrigerator for a week, incase the power goes out? Thanks for any advice you can give me!
Joselito Ortiz: Hello Mark. I have no idea about solar panel. But I want to run my house with solar energy. I have appliances such as 21" tv, 7cuft ref & 8 florescent lamp. How many solar panel & batteries that I'm going to used & hoe big it is? thanks.
boy zai: hi mark...i need a little bit of help....i have to design a large scale solar power system. the total power it is about 4.46776MWh,..my question is,how many battery that i must use for that value of power,.....
Tom Ziesmer: Hey cool videos check out my solar setup and subscribe im gonna check out the rest of your channel right now
Rendell Reid:+mjlorton This is the guide that I personally used and I found the added video instructions very helpful. If you need any help building your solar panels or windmill please let me know and I will help out where I can.
Compact Generators: Recommendation on the size of Negative and Positive Battery cables you used with the 5000 Watt Power Inverter. The 5000 Watt Inverter requires 4/0 AWT Cables. The thicker the battery cables you have the better. The reason your Power Inverter is attracting so many bugs is due to your Power Inverter running hotter then it should. During winter time bugs are looking for a warm place! The Cables you are using are designed for a 3000 Watt System! Just a recommendation to increase your systems efficiency and lifespan! www.compactsolargenerators.com
tigahshark: Wish you were my neighbor, thanks for the video
Gilbert Montana: Hi, mark need a little bit help please..... I intend to build solar panels of around 200 watts on my house.
I have some question
How many amps my charge controller must be? Is 30 amps or higher. How many watts the inverter must be for 200 solar panel?
How many batteries I need ( 12V) for this system? 2 are enough?
ron cash: Does the charge controller keep the battery from being overcharged ?
Brian Brayns: does that screen work for keeping bugs out?
okmoontan: I have a 45 watt system (Harbor Freight) with a Thunderbolt charge controller and a Cen-Tech power inverter rated at 1000 watt continuous, 2000 watt surge.So far I only have 2 12v deep cycle marine batteries attached. Now, this setup will power lights, or TV or fans, but not coffee makers or toasters. I don't know about the fridge yet. Eventually, I would like to go completely solar, but I don't know how big of a inverter to get or how many batteries or panels. I know my average monthly electrical usage but I don't know how to figure it all together. Can you help? Email me please.
james dean: I spent about 600 bucks on my system and haven't paid for power for almost 8 months so already paid for itself. And im talking lights ,H.D. tv, two phones and a laptop all day and night But..... i have a home built for 12v and propane appliances not a home built for the grid. And i can honestly say that my cost of living is a fraction of what it used to be.
Eli Hanson: I was thinking of hooking something like this up in my garage and plugging in a couple of power strips and running power cords to plug in my fish tank lights. They are all led and don't use a ton of power, and are on only 12 hours a day. But I have 10 fish tanks so I thought this would help with my power bill. Thoughts??
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