How To Build A Solar Panel – Part 13


Watch in HD www.solartechtown.com I, Robert Smith, show you every step I take to building a custom made solar panel from scratch. I explain in detail about each item I use and why to use it, so the video is fairly long. I will be hosting the majority of the video on my own server so you can view it all in one take. It will take time to edit the video, but the more of you that subscribe to the video, the faster I’ll try to get it out to you guys as it just shows that people are interested and …

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  1. #1 by tupac93013 at July 27th, 2009

    great set up.

  2. #2 by virlusun at July 28th, 2009

    Great job, your set up is really nice. I do agree to leave the battery outside. I am planning the hose box is a good idea too. Thanks for sharing.

  3. #3 by RobertSmith3 at July 28th, 2009

    No problem, please let others know about Solar Tech Town as well.

    Thanks

  4. #4 by RobertSmith3 at July 28th, 2009

    Thanks tupac, love the constant support man!

  5. #5 by ronindebeatrice at August 5th, 2009

    Hey Rob,

    Great series. Your cuts are a little long at times, but your presentation is well put together regardless. I’ll be looking forward to more.

  6. #6 by RobertSmith3 at August 5th, 2009

    Thanks, and yeah, it turned out way longer than what I thought it would, but most was taken on just one take, and I rather address as many concerns as I can than create something that has little to no helpful information 🙂

  7. #7 by CTOL1 at August 17th, 2009

    Voltage drop on that long of a DC run would be excessive I understand this is experimental
    Pretty cool none the less shows it can be done!
    Having the Battery close to the cell would be best, up converting to 110 Vac would be best for long runs
    A battery does love cool environments though so under the shed or in the shade would be “cool”
    So glad your posting this, folks can learn quite a lot Excellent work Robert

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