The most I've seen out of my 200 watts of panels was 9-point-something amps. That was after the battery was down, maybe 25% from overnight use. The amps you get to your battery will depend very much on its state of discharge. If your battery is well-charged, even in full sunlight, your charge controller will trickle you down to well under 1 amp. So let's see, with a charge voltage sitting at say, 13.8V, with 1 amp of charging current, that's only 13.8 watts.
So let's look at my other example, 9.5 amps, charge voltage at 14.4V (the voltage will be raised during the "bulk" charge stage), that's 136.8 watts. Now this is with a PWM charge controller. If you have a MPPT controller, you may well see much better than that being delivered to your battery.
The bottom line is, what you get depends on how much charge your battery needs.
So that brings up some more questions from me: What kind of a charge controller are you running, and how many amp-hours of battery do you have? My opinion is that you want a battery or bank that has at least the number of amp-hours, as your panels are in watts for a good, balanced system.
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