A-Frame solar install

Discussion in 'Power - Site Power/Batteries/Generators/Solar' started by Carlsbad, Jul 9, 2017.

  1. Carlsbad

    Carlsbad Member

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    IMG_2225.JPG IMG_2226.JPG IMG_2228.JPG IMG_2227.JPG Pics of my solar install.

    Renogy panel is attached to roof with VHB on aluminum L channel.

    Wire moulding is standard Lowe's stock.

    Inlet is trolling motor charge set with plenty of Dycor.

    MPPT controller.

    300W Suresine powers a dedicated GFI outlet for laptops and small TV. It will put 500 watts continuous without a problem. I like it because unlike the big inverter it has no fan. It draws almost zero amps in standby. No noise.
     
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  2. CO Hiker

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    Carlsbad, what factors made you choose the components you installed?
     
  3. Carlsbad

    Carlsbad Member

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    I did some research first, then chose the best products I could source from Amazon. I did buy some misc. parts local as needed.
     
  4. ~erik~

    ~erik~ Active Member

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    Your roof looks almost identical to mine!
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    I've got a 150w Renogy panel, MPPT controller, and a Trojan battery made for a floor scrubber. So far I've been happy with the results, I think you will be too.
     
  5. Carlsbad

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    Nice camper!
     

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