Fun Solar Holiday Gifts

If you’ve always struggled in giving gifts in the holiday season, maybe it’s time to go solar with your gift giving. There are a wide variety of solar gadgets that are fun to give, and some gadgets are highly functional for your next solar outing in your solar equipped RV.

Solar Decorations

If you’re looking to go solar in all aspects of life, it might be time to invest in some solar decorations for the holidays. There are plenty of solar operated light to choose from, whether it’s outdoor or indoor you’re looking for. Solar lights collect the energy they need during the day, and stay lit well into the night. The next day they start collecting energy again.

Most people love holiday trains riding around the base of your Christmas tree, and there are now new options. There are now solar powered trains, that you can set up as part of your holiday decorations.

Solar gifts

If you’re looking for fun solar gifts to give, there are solar figurines that are simple and easy. Figurines that light up or move, if left in the sunlight by a window, are a fun gift to give.

Think about giving a solar powered flashlight, or hand crank flashlight. In a world that is slowly transitioning away from batteries, it’s important to have a flashlight on hand that doesn’t require them.

Another great solar gift to give that has a high functionality is a solar mobile charger. Perfect for the solar RV camper in your life or just someone who enjoys getting out on the trails. A great stocking stuffer, a solar mobile charger is great for those instances where your phone unexpectedly dies in the middle of the wilderness.

Solar Tools

While tools have always been a hallmark staple gift around the holidays, this year it’s time to shake that up. Many manufacturers are coming out with solar alternatives to power tools. Find solar powered tools, tool kits, and multi-tools this year.

Solar Power

There are plenty of smaller solar gadgets to find for a solar fan this time of year. From solar showers, to mobile chargers, to solar powered flashlights, to even holiday decorations, there’s plenty to find when it comes to converting to solar.

8/25/17 – 2017 Surveyor Travel Trailer, 32’

This client wanted to install a small amount of solar power now with the potential for adding more in the future.  We fully wired their trailer, installed a 40A Blue Sky charge controller, our AM Solar Roof Combiner Box, and 360 Watts of solar power.  When ready to expand, all they will need to do is mount more solar panels to the roof, and wire them into the Combiner Box.  That’s a job they should easily be able to do themselves as a DIY project now that the hard work is out of the way.
 

Equipment Added: 2x SF180 Solar Panel Kits 1x Roof Combiner Box 1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 40A Charge Controller Core

Equipment Added:
2x SF180 Solar Panel Kits
1x Roof Combiner Box
1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 40A Charge Controller Core

2x 180W Solar Panels

2x 180W Solar Panels

40A Blue Sky Charge Controller

40A Blue Sky Charge Controller

Breakdown of the Benefits of Lithium Batteries

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When it comes to the world of solar, and especially solar equipped RVs, lithium batteries are the go-to choice for solar fans. Why are lithium batteries more chosen, and what makes them the preferred battery for solar battery banks? At AM Solar, we’re fans of the lithium battery, and here’s why.

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Lithium batteries are most often chosen because of the wide variety of benefits they bring to the table. Lithium batteries offer more power, and are able to deliver it over a longer duration of time. They’re also smaller and lighter than other batteries, which makes them much more convenient for using in a solar charging system for a solar powered RV.

Lead batteries tend to lower the voltage they deliver as their power drops, but lithium batteries are able to deliver a consistent level of stored power. They’re also able to sit unused for longer periods of time, than other batteries, like lead acid batteries, which makes them an ideal battery for a solar-powered RV.

Price of a Lithium Battery

While the cost of lithium batteries used to be what deterred most people, they have now become more affordable. While they’re still more expensive than lead acid batteries, when you weigh the benefits and how long they’ll last they’re a much more affordable alternative, with pricing close to that of lead acid batteries.

Using in a Solar battery bank

When using lithium batteries in a battery management system, they don’t get over charged or ever completely discharge. While they do have a longer lifespan, it’s the lower weight that makes them perfect for solar powered RV’s. With a higher current output, and less maintenance required, they’re that much more usable.

AM Solar offers different set-ups for their lithium battery banks. It all comes down to how much use you need to get out of your solar power in your solar equipped RV. If you need to function with more appliances you’ll need to set yourself up a bigger capacity battery bank.

8/23/17 – Airstream Flying Cloud 25 FB

On Airstreams, due to their rounded roofs, we often use different sized feet to attach the solar panels to the roof.  Some clients like to have the panels conform to the curvature of their roof, others prefer a more level appearance.  We are happy to install them either way, or even come up with custom mount sets when necessary.  This client asked us to use taller feet on the outside, and shorter feet on the inside, resulting in a flatter look. At the end of the day it’s only about personal preference as the performance difference is generally negligible. 

Equipment Added: 4x SP100 Solar Panel Kits 1x Roof Combiner Box 1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 30A Charge Controller Core 1x Victron BMV-702 Battery Monitor

Equipment Added:
4x SP100 Solar Panel Kits
1x Roof Combiner Box
1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 30A Charge Controller Core
1x Victron BMV-702 Battery Monitor

SP100 Solar Panel Kits

SP100 Solar Panel Kits

Standard 3 hole mount foot vs. Tall 3 hole mount foot

Standard 3 hole mount foot vs. Tall 3 hole mount foot

8/31/17 – 2016 Winnebago View, 25.5’

The pictures in this post show the steps we had to take in order to upgrade this client’s battery bank from two 12V wet cell batteries connected in parallel (150Ah) to their new battery bank comprised of two 6V Lifeline AGM GPL 6CT batteries (300Ah) connected in series. The battery bay was too small to accommodate the new AGMs without modifying the bay lid. A plasma cutter was used to remove most of the metal top of the battery bay so that the battery terminals would not touch the metal lid. Now there is just enough room for the new the batteries to fit, thus doubling their battery capacity as a result.

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Equipment Added:
1x SF180 Solar Panel Kit
1x Roof Combiner Box
1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 25A Charge Controller Core
2x AGM GPL 6CTs 300Ah Batteries

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8/29/17 – 2017 Phoenix Cruiser 2552, 28’

This client requested as much solar power as possible.  We ended up installing 640W of solar power within the limited space available on their roof.  We also installed a Trik-L-Start charger which takes power from their solar charged house batteries and transfers it to the starter battery.  The Trik-L-Start charger is particularly useful when the vehicle is parked for extended periods of time.  You won’t have to worry about your starter battery dying, and it helps maximize the life of the battery. 
 

Equipment Added: 3x SF180 Solar Panel Kits 1x SF100 Solar Panel Kit 1x Roof Combiner Box 2x 19.5” Tilt Bar Sets 1x 15.5” Tilt Bar Set 1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 40A Charge Controller Core 1x Trik-L-Start Battery Charger

Equipment Added:
3x SF180 Solar Panel Kits
1x SF100 Solar Panel Kit
1x Roof Combiner Box
2x 19.5” Tilt Bar Sets
1x 15.5” Tilt Bar Set
1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 40A Charge Controller Core
1x Trik-L-Start Battery Charger

640W solar charging system

640W solar charging system

Trik-L-Start Charger

Trik-L-Start Charger

8/31/17 – 2016 Winnebago Era, 24’

This client requested to have a portable panel installed along with an additional 300W of solar power on their roof.  We provided a 120W portable panel from @zampsolar, and we installed a portable panel plug on their bumper for easy access.  All they have to do is plug the panel in, put it a sunny area, and it will produce solar power.  In the event they are parked in a shaded area they still have a way to harness the power of the sun. 

Equipment Added: 3x SP100 Solar Panel Kits 1x Roof Combiner Box 1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 25A Charge Controller Core 1x Victron Phoenix Inverter Kit 1x Portable Panel Plug and Wall Receipt 1x Zamp 120W Folding Solar Panel with Case

Equipment Added:
3x SP100 Solar Panel Kits
1x Roof Combiner Box
1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 25A Charge Controller Core
1x Victron Phoenix Inverter Kit
1x Portable Panel Plug and Wall Receipt
1x Zamp 120W Folding Solar Panel with Case

300W roof mount solar charging system

300W roof mount solar charging system

External plug for portable panel

External plug for portable panel

Zamp Folding Panel

Zamp Folding Panel

9/1/17 – 1999 Roadtrek Dodge 170

Space can be an issue for some of our clients who want as much solar power as possible, but don’t have much room.  The available space on this roof was very limited, and we concluded that our standard solar panels would not provide the best fit for this client.   Our friends @zampsolar provided these slim 80W solar panels that fit perfectly on the sides of this client’s air conditioner.  Zamp Solar also offers some awesome portable solar panels that are designed and built right here in the United States.

Equipment Added: 2x Zamp 80W Solar Panels 1x Victron MPPT 15A Charge Controller Core 1x Victron Bluetooth Smart Dongle 2x 220Ah AGM GPL 4CTs Batteries

Equipment Added:
2x Zamp 80W Solar Panels
1x Victron MPPT 15A Charge Controller Core
1x Victron Bluetooth Smart Dongle
2x 220Ah AGM GPL 4CTs Batteries

9/15/17 – 2008 Pleasure-Way, 21’

This client wanted to be able to run his microwave, and he wanted all of his AC outlets to be functional when dry camping.  The existing battery bank was not large enough to power the loads he was planning on running.  It’s recommended that when running a heavy AC load (like a microwave) you want to have at least a 300Ah to 400Ah battery bank.  We doubled the size of his battery bank (from 220Ah to 440Ah), installed a solar charging system and an inverter, which should give him the power he needs to be comfortable while dry camping.  
 

Equipment Added: 3x SP100 Solar Panel Kits 1x Roof Combiner Box 1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 25A Charge Controller Core 1x Samlex 200W Inverter, Remote, and Transfer Switch 2x AGM 220Ah 4CTs

Equipment Added:
3x SP100 Solar Panel Kits
1x Roof Combiner Box
1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 25A Charge Controller Core
1x Samlex 200W Inverter, Remote, and Transfer Switch
2x AGM 220Ah 4CTs

300W Solar Array

300W Solar Array

Blue Sky Solar Charge Controller

Blue Sky Solar Charge Controller

9/19/17 – 2013 Hallmark Guanella Truck Camper

This weekend camper came to us to have a small solar system installed with the potential for future expansion.  The SP100 solar panel we installed will help power his light DC loads while the camper is in use.   When the camper is not in use the solar power will help keep his batteries charged and in good health.  We also installed a Victron BMV-702 Battery Monitor to allow him to easily monitor the charge level of his battery bank.
 

Equipment Added: 1x SP100 Solar Panel Kit 1x Roof Combiner Box 1x Victron BlueSolar MPPT 100/15 Charge Controller Core 1x BMV-702 Battery Monitor 1x Victron VE Bluetooth Smart Dongle

Equipment Added:
1x SP100 Solar Panel Kit
1x Roof Combiner Box
1x Victron BlueSolar MPPT 100/15 Charge Controller Core
1x BMV-702 Battery Monitor
1x Victron VE Bluetooth Smart Dongle

100W Solar Panel

100W Solar Panel

9/7/17 – 1998 Lazy Daze w/ Chevy Chassis, 26’

This client is a collector of Lazy Daze RV's.  This is the 3rd solar and mobile power system we have installed for him.  He told us his next Lazy Daze will be for his retirement, and he’ll bring it in to us for one final AM Solar system installation.  We hope he’s enjoying a few “lazy days” while dry camping, and using a little solar power to run some of his light DC loads.

Equipment Added: 2x SF180 Solar Panel Kits 1x Roof Combiner Box 1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 25A Charge Controller Core 1x 19.5” Tilt Bar Set 1x PD4645 Converter Charger 2x 300Ah 6V AGM 6CTs Batteries

Equipment Added:
2x SF180 Solar Panel Kits
1x Roof Combiner Box
1x SunRunner Signature MPPT 25A Charge Controller Core
1x 19.5” Tilt Bar Set
1x PD4645 Converter Charger
2x 300Ah 6V AGM 6CTs Batteries

Blue Sky Charge Controller

Blue Sky Charge Controller

9/8/17 – 2013 Newmar Dutchstar, 43’

We like to install our systems as cleanly, and as easy to manage as possible.  These clients came to us with an existing battery bank wired by the manufacturer that worked well enough, but wasn’t quite as clean or as orderly as we would prefer.  During the process of installing their new battery monitor we cleaned up the battery bank and decluttered some of the wiring to create a more efficient battery bank.  We also installed 1440 Watts of solar power which will go a long way towards offsetting the power used by their residential fridge. 
 

Equipment Added: 8x SF180 Solar Panel Kits 1x Roof C-Box 1x Victron BlueSolar 250/100A Charge Controller w/ 2ga Core 1x ME-BMK Battery Monitor w/ Wire Harness  

Equipment Added:
8x SF180 Solar Panel Kits
1x Roof C-Box
1x Victron BlueSolar 250/100A Charge Controller w/ 2ga Core
1x ME-BMK Battery Monitor w/ Wire Harness
 

Solar Panels

Solar Panels

Solar Array

Solar Array

Charge Controller

Charge Controller

Solar Quiz #1

As part of our training program we occasionally give quizzes to employees.  Employees that get 100% have the company buy them a lunch.  How well can you do?  We'll post the answers after everyone here has made an attempt.

 

1.  What is the nominal voltage of a typical lithium battery bank that we install?

A)     12V
B)     12.8V
C)    3.2V
D)    13.2V
E)     24V

 

2.  On average, a 100W panel, properly installed on a rig that spends most of its time around Eugene will produce approximately:

A)     5.5 Amps per hour
B)     200kWh per year
C)    15,000 BTUs
D)    100W
E)     25 Amp hours per day

 

3.  Which of the following components would we most likely recommend for a customer wanting to run an air conditioner?:

A)     Flooded Batteries
B)     Trik-L-Start
C)    Victron Multiplus 3000VA Inverter/Charger
D)    Victron BlueSolar 100/15 MPPT Charge Controller
E)     Magnum BMK

 

4.  Which components listed below are capable of disconnecting loads when a battery bank’s voltage gets too low?:

A)     Victron Battery Protect BP65
B)     Victron Mutiplus 2000VA Inverter/Charger
C)    AMS Lithium Control Board
D)    All of the above
E)     None of the above

 

5.  As you charge an AGM battery from low to full, what is the order of modes the charge controller progresses through?:

A)     Float, Accept, Bulk
B)     Float, Bulk, Absorb
C)    Equalize, Accept, Bulk
D)    Bulk, Accept, Float
E)     Bulk, Absorb, Equalize

 

6.  Which battery bank will store the most usable energy over 20 hour period?

A)     2x 200Ah Victron Lithium Batteries
B)     4x 6V L16 AGM Batteries
C)    6x 6V 4CT AGM Batteries
D)    4x 6V 6CT AGM Batteries
E)     2x 12V 8DL AGM Batteries

 

7.  Which device is likely to consume the most energy over a 24 hour period?

A)     Microwave used for five minutes per day
B)     Laptop used for six hours per day
C)    Portable electric heater used for four hours per day
D)    Phone charger used all night
E)     C-PAP machine used all night

 

8.  Which best describes the relationship between Volts, Amps and Watts?

A)     Wattage is the product of volts and amps
B)     Voltage is the root mean square of Amps and Watts
C)    Amps is the derivative Watts x Volts
D)    Voltage is the sum of Amps and Watts
E)     Wattage can be derived by an inverse Fourier transform of Voltage plotted against Amps

 

9.  Which statement is false?

A)     An MPPT charge controller will typically harvest more energy than a PWM controller.
B)     AGM batteries should be equalized monthly for best results
C)    A modified sine inverter will work fine for a laptop or cell phone charger.
D)    A 100W panels should not be connected in series with a 180W panel.
E)     A Trik-L-Start feeds current onto a starter battery.

 

10.  Which of the following is true?

A)     High current travels through 8ga cable with less losses than it does through 4ga cable.
B)     You get more amps per hour with higher wattage panels.
C)    Voltage is to water pressure as Amps is to gallons per minute.
D)    Panels operate at a lower voltage when they are colder.
E)     Lithium batteries are designed to handle short circuiting without damage.

9/13/17 – 5th Wheel Tahoe, 23’

These clients came to us wanting to have a small amount of solar power installed with the potential to install more at a later date.  We installed one SF180 solar panel with a 50A charge controller and wired the rig with 4-gauge cable from the battery bank to the roof.  The 50A charge controller is powerful enough for them to install three more SF180 panels.  By installing the oversized charge controller now, we eliminated the need for them to install a new charge controller (saving them some money) when they expand in the future.  The roof C-Box was also installed with expansion in mind.

Equipment Added: 1x SF180 Solar Panel Kit 1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 50A Charge Controller Core 1x Roof C-Box 1x BMV-702 Battery Monitor 1x Bluetooth Smart Dongle 2x 300Ah AGM 6CTs 1x PD4655 Converter Charger Upgrade

Equipment Added:
1x SF180 Solar Panel Kit
1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 50A Charge Controller Core
1x Roof C-Box
1x BMV-702 Battery Monitor
1x Bluetooth Smart Dongle
2x 300Ah AGM 6CTs
1x PD4655 Converter Charger Upgrade

Combiner Box

Combiner Box

Battery Bank

Battery Bank

180W Solar Panel

180W Solar Panel

The Benefits of Lithium Batteries

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Lithium Batteries have long been the best battery option for going solar. They have numerous benefits and advantages and we’re here to break them down.

Lifespan and Usability

Lithium battery banks can be expensive, and can cost almost three times as much as AGM batteries. With the expense comes a much longer lifespan that makes them work the money. Studies on lithium batteries have shown that they last for more than 2500 cycles, with some showing that the battery is still delivering 75 percent of its capacity at that time. AGM batteries typically only last for 500-1000 cycles which makes the cost worth it for lithium. If you factor in replacement costs, it makes complete sense to use lithium batteries over AGM.

Another benefit to using lithium batteries is that they can regularly discharge 80 percent of their rated capacity. You get more amp hours of charge, nearly twice as much as AGM.

Voltage

On most lead-acid batteries, when the charge level decreases so does the voltage. Similar to when the batteries are low in a flashlight, and it’s no longer putting out a bright light. This doesn’t happen to lithium batteries. When the battery is at 20 percent it will still be putting out the same voltage as when it’s at 80 percent.

Charging

Lithium batteries also don’t need a absorption phase to finish charging, which means they’re easy to charge. It doesn’t take long to charge them to full capacity. If your charger is strong enough, you can charge your batteries in as little as half an hour. If you’re into being off the grid, this means you’ll need to use your generator less, so that you can use solar power more.

Lithium batteries are also better at storing power. They can charge at nearly 100 percent efficiency, which is nearly 15 percent higher than most lead acid batteries. If you’re completely solar, and trying to use every hour of sunlight possible, this really comes in handy. Technically, every second of sunshine you can collect will result in power stored in your battery bank, if you’re using lithium.

Weight

Another added benefit of lithium batteries is that they weigh less. A lithium battery is capable of storing almost 3.6 times more usable amp hours than an AGM battery, that is the same weight. Not only will you be capable of storing more power, but you’ll get better mpg in your solar equipped RV.

At AM Solar we could go on about the various benefits of using lithium batteries in your DIY Solar RV.

Get Outside with Solar for RV

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While you may love getting outdoors, and traveling to places you’ve never been, a noisy campground can ruin it. While you love your RV, you might be looking for a way to get off the grid, and away from the crowded and noisy campground hookups. If you’ve ever thought about getting your RV equipped for solar power, there’s no time like the present.

Go Anywhere

If you’ve ever considered going solar, you might want to think about it more seriously. With a solar RV kit, it’s not too complicated to outfit your RV to go anywhere. Solar RVs don’t need noisy generators either, if you ration your energy and plan accordingly. With solar power, you won’t need a hookup either, so you can take your RV anywhere, as long as you can legally park overnight.

Benefits of Solar

When your RV is outfitted with solar panels, your panels supply poser to your RV batteries. The Lithium Solar Batteries store that energy until you’re ready to use it. If you install solar panels on your RV, it’s easier than using a self-charging battery system.

Energy

It’s important to know that it does take time to collect solar energy. You will have to plan for your usage. You won’t be able to roll into a campsite, or overnight parking and turn on your stove, or run appliances. You’ll have to plan ahead, and get to a site early so you can spend time collecting the energy that you’ll need to cook dinner and shower.

There are also solar calculators that you can use to factor your solar usage. You can figure out if you have enough power to cook dinner, shower and use a laptop for an hour. Or if you’ll have to choose between the three.

Once you go solar with a Solar RV Kit, there are endless solar appliances you can transition over to. Everything from stoves, flashlights, showers, headlamps and more are now available in solar models.

Get outside

If you’re looking for an easier way to get out and not be tied to campgrounds or hookups, solar is the way to go. Check out AM Solar, and ask them about installing solar panels on RVs. They can help you outfit your RV with solar panels, and help you get free of campground hook up restrictions. With a solar equipped RV you can set up camp anywhere, and enjoy the freedom of solar.

8/4/17 – 2018 Airstream Classic, 33’

This is the most solar power we have ever installed on an Airstream.  Our client will be able to run their residential refrigerator and even an air conditioner for a few hours at a time.  This is the gold standard for an Airstream power system upgrade and the artistry and technical know-how demonstrated on this job are why AM Solar is typically booked out four months in advance.

Equipment Added: 9x SP100 Solar Panel Kits 1x 600Ah Signature Lithium Battery Bank 1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 85A Charge Controller Core 1x 3000VA Victron MultiPlus Inverter/Charger Kit 1x Roof Combiner Box

Equipment Added:
9x SP100 Solar Panel Kits
1x 600Ah Signature Lithium Battery Bank
1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 85A Charge Controller Core
1x 3000VA Victron MultiPlus Inverter/Charger Kit
1x Roof Combiner Box

Lithium batteries and Inverter

Lithium batteries and Inverter

BMS

BMS

Join Roger as he replaces his batteries

Roger, a full time RVer and AM Solar Partner, just proved how you can get seven years out of AGM batteries if you take good care of them with quality chargers.  Last weekend he replaced his four Lifeline GPL-6CT (6V 300Ah AGM) batteries with a new batch.  He has a custom battery tray made by our neighbor (Commercial Metals) for his rig, a 2005 R-Vision Trail-Lite 235S B+ (24'), that enables him to slide out the majority of his 400+lb system with a forklift.  This clever design makes system maintenance much easier (assuming he has access to a forklift).

7/31/17 – 2017 Airstream Grand Tour, 24’

Smaller RVs, like this Airstream Grand Tour, can provide some challenges when it comes to finding enough room to install all the necessary components without taking up too much of our client’s storage space. For this client, we were able to install the vast majority of their system underneath their couch (not the solar panels though), minimizing the footprint of the system.  The Battery Management System we installed is removable, which can make upgrading much easier.

Equipment Installed: 4x SP100 Solar Panel Kits 1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 30A Charge Controller Core 1x 360Ah Signature Lithium Battery Bank 1x Victron MultiPlus 12/2000 Inverter/Charger Kit 1x Victron Digital MultiControl Remote Monitor

Equipment Installed:
4x SP100 Solar Panel Kits
1x SunRunner Victron MPPT 30A Charge Controller Core
1x 360Ah Signature Lithium Battery Bank
1x Victron MultiPlus 12/2000 Inverter/Charger Kit
1x Victron Digital MultiControl Remote Monitor

4x 90Ah lithium batteries and a 2000VA inverter

4x 90Ah lithium batteries and a 2000VA inverter

System BMS and circuit protection

System BMS and circuit protection

7/28/2017 – 2016 Winnebago Solei, 38’

Our combiner box (C-Box) is custom made by AM Solar for efficiently combining solar panel output cables and sealing off a roof penetration.  It’s rugged and spacious design make installation and troubleshooting very easy.  It is the most efficient way to install a lot of solar with only a single penetrating hole through the roof.  It has eight possible ports and can use up to 2-gauge cable, which allows for installation of larger solar arrays.  We have installed as many as 16 solar panels (1600W) onto one roof using just one C-box (in 8 series pairs). It has a very small footprint for its available capacity, and it is sealed to ensure that it is completely waterproof. 

Equipment Added: 8x SF180 Solar Panel Kits 1x Roof C-Box 1x Magnum PT-100 MPPT 240/100 Controller w/ 2ga Core 6x Lifeline AGM 4CT 6V 220Ah batteries 1x MSH3012M Inverter 1x ME-RC50 1x ME-BMK Battery Monitor

Equipment Added:
8x SF180 Solar Panel Kits
1x Roof C-Box
1x Magnum PT-100 MPPT 240/100 Controller w/ 2ga Core
6x Lifeline AGM 4CT 6V 220Ah batteries
1x MSH3012M Inverter
1x ME-RC50
1x ME-BMK Battery Monitor

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