Home Solar Panel array – real life example

Real off grid Living! More about this at www.genverters.com The bird noise is from my son’s flock of guinea fowl.

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  1. #1 by mrbuki77 at February 17th, 2010

    Can you show us the other parts of your system? And what part of the country are you located in? That is a good DIY solar array system you have there! Later from sunny FL.

  2. #2 by pgm98387 at March 29th, 2010

    Do you have the panels on a seperate charge controller?
    Or do you combine them all with blocking diodes in paralell to a single charge controller?

  3. #3 by bettertulip1972 at April 5th, 2010

    if anyone check my profile, you will know what’s the real goods solar panel.

  4. #4 by ditmar11 at April 17th, 2010

    nice array bud, one dumb question for you? how do you wire up the KC 120? the instructions from the co. are confusing. i am using them for 12 v. i get good v from the extreme right (+) and extreme left(-) is that it for 12v? i am extremely grateful for your help. thanks D

  5. #5 by VWRabbitdiesel at April 28th, 2010

    nice video, glad some one else is as crazy as me, keep me updated on the system.

    Thanks for posting it. VW

  6. #6 by nnnnnn7678 at May 19th, 2010

    Hail storm brakes solar panel.? What can you do to cover your solar panels, if a storm hits them.

  7. #7 by ditmar11 at May 26th, 2010

    450 watt array, nice buddy, very nice

  8. #8 by shartne at September 5th, 2010

    Nice collection of panels check out my channel to see my DIY homemade solar project I have got going.

  9. #9 by heartlessvietboy at September 21st, 2010

    DO NOT rush into installing solar panels until we can redesign them to look proper on our roofs. They look hideous and is an eye sore to the community.

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