solar power systems -My Small OFFGRID Solar Electric System Revised for Hurricane Sandy Victims By VIARLOCITY

July 5, 2013 – 3:21 am

Revised ** solar electric system for Hurricane Victims VIARLOCITY this video is for hurricane victims in the years Be Prepared This is the main reason … Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. 25 Responses to “solar power systems -My Small OFFGRID Solar Electric System Revised for Hurricane Sandy Victims By VIARLOCITY”

  2. Thanks Buddy Thats Just My Small Play Around System I run My Shop Stereo Etc I could Run My Small Deep freeze In A Pinch Thanks Very Much For The Formila’s Every Little Bit Helps SemperFi

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  3. Looks like a nice start. Midnite is some good equip. You really should be charging your batteries @ c10, aka 10% of AH capacity. 180 AH = 18 amps so about 250 watts. Being as it is not suggested you use more than 1/2 your capacity, you have 90 safely usable AH. That’s not going to run a fridge for more than an hour. Depending on your freezer, it will do that.

    By FreeLovingAmerican on Jul 5, 2013

  4. Thanks Buddy LOL I’m Trying Thanks For the compliment

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  5. Wow, your small system is better than most “bigger” systems. Looks well designed.

    By wtam69 on Jul 5, 2013

  6. Thanks Buddy I’m Getting Great Power also You can Mount Panels On A South Facing Wall Buddy That Is Kool I did It It Puts Out alot Of Power Trackers Are really Nice Thanks For The Compliments And Watching

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  7. Last two videos were awesome. Love the new Outback stuff. I got 2 new panels also, was going to do another video myself but Solar is terrible in the Nov. Dec. Jan months. Unless you have a tracker I dont get hardly anything.

    By mattgreenecomposer on Jul 5, 2013

  8. LOL Buddy I love It Im addicted To Man I love The Fact That The Technology Has Been Around Since Solar Has Been Around Since The Space Age NASA was one The Best Things That ever Happened To Our Country There still Satellites Up There Now Orbiting The earth that are Over 50 Years Old with Solar Panels On Them and Batteries Thats Awesome Offgrid 104

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  9. Your like me… solar systems running everywhere.
    Arrr the addiction to solar just gets worse as new stuff comes out onto the market :)
    I’m sure when I’m dead and berried I will have a nice little 40 watt panel in-bedded on my tombstone with a wire running underground hooked to a charge controller, keeping a little AGM battery charged to run my coffin light :)

    By OffTheGrid104 on Jul 5, 2013

  10. Thanks Brother John You Took the Words right Out Of My Mouth You Can Do It Brother Yes were are Part Of History You and I LOL

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  11. Hey Kenny. Man thats an awesome setup you showed right there at the beginning of the video. I can do something like that with my 2 harbor freight kits,,that could be a start anyway.
    I like that book you showed there at the end, thats a cool piece of history. I was born in 63, thats kinda carbon dating us man lol.

    By WORRO01 on Jul 5, 2013

  12. Kenny and I have to much in common like twins, LOL.

    By TheBillythekid2010 on Jul 5, 2013

  13. LOL Ya’ll OORAH 

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  14. I think you and Kenney have been swapping ideas for off-grid systems-lol….

    By jonanddenise112 on Jul 5, 2013

  15. Thanks John I’m Sure He Remembers It Brother It was a Bad Bad Noreaster ask Him Brother John

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  16. You Got That Right Buddy That Is Awesome Yes Sun and Wind are always In New Jersey God Bless I can Imagine The damage were still cleaning Up From IreneLast Year & Isabel In 2003

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  17. Great video!! I did help the neighbors charge there phones during Sandy with my off grid system,not that they had service but anyways.. Im gonna have to ask my Dad about that storm of 1962 since he’s been living here in ocean county since dinosaurs roamed it.I doubt he’d remember cause that was the year he got married.But it’s worth a shot…

    By fanman1981 on Jul 5, 2013

  18. Good stuff Kenny. Grew up north ocean county NJ b4 moving out west to CA. Still trying get my mom a proper solar setup as she got creamed by Sandy. People don’t realize gas genset needs gas which is 1st thing to go in a disaster, but the sun is always there and it’s free!

    By sunsensational on Jul 5, 2013

  19. I sure Could Buddy I will Do That

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  20. I don’t have a freezer to test with, could you put a Kill-A-Watt on yours for 24 hrs and see what the total KWh used is? That would be good for people to know, and the size of it.

    By nrodge1 on Jul 5, 2013

  21. It is Xantrex 2000 SW watt Pure sine wave It doesent Hardly draw Much Power at all

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  22. Thanks Man I love History

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  23. Thanks Marine Billy I’m Trying to catch Up with You Man Yeap It is coated Ground Brother

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  24. Yeap Your Right Buddy But I t will Run a small deep Freeze

    By kvusmc on Jul 5, 2013

  25. In an emergency you could bypass the defrost cycle and consolidate all the important food into one fridge and just monitor that one. A small top freezer 21 cu ft fridge will take from 1200 to 1800 watt hours of power per day. Those batteries would probably do that for one night but you need the solar power to support the re-charge in the daytime, that would be about 400 to 500W of panels in good sun. And don’t forget that you lose 50% whenever you use a battery to store energy.

    By nrodge1 on Jul 5, 2013

  26. Hey Kenny, is that ground a coated ground ? I really like that 15 morn star. They make a 30 also I think. 1962, they may have another next year, hope not for their sakes. Nice and clean bro, good job Marine!

    By TheBillythekid2010 on Jul 5, 2013

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