Publication date: 2018-05-23 19:03
And last question, on this video you have red/black connectors near the handle, what are they and what is that used for?
This panel is tiny compared to what an RV would need. The panel watts should be similar to the battery capacity in Amp hours. 65-75w panel for the 68a/hr battery. An RV comes with at least one 75 amp hour battery or more. You would need a large panel and its far more complicated for RV use.
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Got the two batteries they are on the large size. So if you want to make the same size as Burrito get the smaller sized battery. I needed heavy duty batteries to run a pitching machine so this will be fine for me.
Thanks for your recommendation. I just bought it. So quick question and first I want to apologize to you for asking so many question. I know people are busy and this is helping me out a lot. So how can I connect the inverter to the battery? Do I connect the inverter to another lighter socket outlet and connect it to the battery? And on the 665v house receptacle, can I get a small pigtail and cut the female end and connect the power, ground and neutral to the receptacle? Do you have a wiring diagram for this set up I was trying to figure it out by myself but want to double check before I blow something up.
Are you thinking of scaling up your system? Another thing that works well is to hinge to panels together to double your power but have them fold up into the space of one.
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