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2021-09-15 12:32
ok look heres the story. my wife and i lost everything in a fire trying to rebuild with only 29grand most of which is spent. we have been living off a 8125peak w generator with 6500running… Read More
2021-09-09 04:43
This EE claims, on a life cycle $/KWH basis, that in spite of the higher purchase cost of Li vs LA, the cost of Li batteries is much lower than LA AGMs and even lower than FLA batteries. Eg… Read More
2021-08-26 22:56
Guys and gals I have 2 240 watt canadian solar panels. One 2000 watt inverter. 2 100 amp hour batteries and one 90 amp hour battery. These are all wet lead acid. This is all set up in series… Read More
2021-08-18 17:44
BougeRV 170W solar panel x 2 Model: DSM-170W Peak Power: 170W Max V (Vmp): 19.01v Open Circuit V (Voc): 22.5v Max Current: (imp): 8.91A Short Circuit Current (Isc): 9.44A Dime… Read More
2021-08-18 17:43
excellent condition Max Solar Panel input: 150v Max Charge controller battery Amperage: 70 Amps Bluetooth connectively Also, Victron VE direct communication porthttps://www.victronenergy… Read More
2021-07-29 04:00
I've recently purchased a solar fridge and plan to run it directly from my MPPT controller at 24 vdc to the fridge, I've got about a 70 foot run. I keep reading that it's better to use stra… Read More
2021-07-23 00:47
I’ve been trying to configure the EPEver XTRA4215N so the load circuit runs 24/7 to power a small circuit with a couple of cameras and motion sensors. Aim is to keep these operating wi… Read More
2021-07-06 10:29
Hi all, has anyone found a Canadian distributor of battery management systems for lithium iron phosphate battery cells? I didn't have any luck with the Daly BMS I purchased along w the raw… Read More
2021-06-17 15:05
Hi guy, My name is Orin, I'm very new to the green movement but very electrically inclined, as I build custom fire apparatuses. I had an idea to utilize city hydrant pressure for recovery o… Read More

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