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Old 06-08-2016, 11:21 PM   #1
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Recent mod added solar

I now have solar.

Morningstar MPPT 60 with remote panel
2x6v 200ah agm batteries
855 watts in solar panels
Victron bmv-700 energy monitor
1000 watt PSW inverter with remote on/off button

I do plan on adding 2 more batteries soon to give me 400ah or if I save up I might try getting 4 300ah 6v agm batteries.

It was cloudy and the solar was putting 30 amps into the batteries.
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Old 06-08-2016, 11:43 PM   #2
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Nice setup! More batteries will be needed to store all the juice you are making.
I'm 800 watts into a FlexMax 60amp, 5 x 125ahr agms and a 5,000 watt inverter. My only problem now is I didn't plan the placement of the panel very well. I want to install an automatic dish antenna up there, but space is very limited and I can't put it anywhere it will cast a shadow on any of the panels. Looks like the dish may just have to be mounted separately. I hate it, but it's my own fault.
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