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Thread: solar panels, batteries, power inverter, charge controller, wires

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    Default solar panels, batteries, power inverter, charge controller, wires

    Here's what I've got;


    2 - Unisolar 120 watt 24 volt flexible solar panels. These are 18' long and 15" wide with adhesive on the back so it's easy to mount. Perfect for RVs or metal roofs.

    3 - Exide Stowaway 100 amp/hr batteries

    1 - Xantrex PROwatt SW 1000 pure sine wave power inverter

    1 - MPPT charge controller EPSOLAR Tracer 2210RN. It is rated for 20 amps and up to 100 volts input from the panels.

    1 - MT-5 remote display for the charge controller above

    Wiring, 4 gauge wire to link all the batteries and 1/0 gauge wire for the power inverter to handle the current load.

    I have all of this stuff posted on other sites for $1k. If someone on here wants it all, I'll sell it all for $750. Located in central Texas.
    Prepare for the worst, hope for the best

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    Why are you getting rid of it, Cav? That's a hell of a deal!
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    I must say it is very tempting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camouflaged View Post
    Why are you getting rid of it, Cav? That's a hell of a deal!

    Well, I need a mobility scooter. 5 surgeries on my left foot and recently one surgery on my right knee has left me with not being as mobile as I used to be. So by selling it all, the funds will be used to buy a used mobility scooter. Also, by selling my solar setup, this gives me a good excuse to upgrade it all over the next couple of months.
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    Ohh, and if it does not sell by midnight today then each part gets sold individually.
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    Alright, all that is left now is one panel and 2 batteries. That's it. But, I did manage to pull one of the panels out to test it. It came back with 42.9 volts and 4.33 amps.
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