The Sunforce 60 Watt Solar Charging Kit gives you several more reasons to love the sun. Perfect for cabins, recreational vehicles, remote power, back-up powe…
i live in an apartment and my room face’s the sun most of the day would this still be good Evin thow i dont live in a house?
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Awesome! Question, can the battery be left out? For instance, the charge controller is connected directly to the inverter? The inverter beeps when I do this, so I am wondering whether this is supported.
The 7 amp controller would be fine up to around 100 watts of panel. Its a very VERY basic controller I would not use it to babysit unattended batteries over a long period of time. Sunforce has an 8.5 amp pro series controller that is somewhat better suited for such an application, with PWM regulated charging and battery float mode. BatteryMINDer makes a small solar charge controller that might be a good choice for you as well, with desulfation mode (good for batteries that sit around a lot).
Major issue with this video: Splice the extension cable connector pigtail into the charge controller BEFORE you connect the solar panels to the pigtail. If the wires of the pigtail touch before they are properly connected, the panels can be permanently damaged. (dead short). The wire nuts are not a water resistant connection, protect them. The 2 pin connectors used throughout this system are water resistant at best, use dielectric grease to protect them.
I purchased a Sunforce 15 watt panel that came with the 7 amp charge controller and currently have it hooked up at the cabin to my 2 deep cell batteries wired in parallel,, my question is, can I add another 15 watt panel and still use the same charge controller? help
I have been running this setup with very little problems.”mrthunderbolt3″.video named my solar setup.I cut up some of the wire options to get the matching plugs that I have troubles finding duplicates to expand the setup.and now I just bought from craigslist five more panels.any suggestions on connecting them to my setup appreciated.I already have some ideas. check in to see what happens later this summer.
This seems like a reasonable kit for people on the go in an RV. However, I live in an apartment and wished to have a solar panel or two on my window sill for convenient passive charging (not life or death). Is this system right for me? In addition, will this work with a xpower 1500 battery pack? I heard it has an inverter built in and may be more convenient for apartment dwellers who do not wish to risk the possible dangers of non-sealed lead acid batteries.
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