December 18, 2013 – 9:23 am

** This video is a demonstration of solar power generator built by SPG-3000 Arc Solar Systems. In this video we show you how to operate the generator, as well as … Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 17 Responses to “solar generator -ARC SOLAR SYSTEMS 3000 WATT SOLAR POWER GENERATOR.wmv”

  2. Interesting, it’s a start in the right direction.

    By LakeWater on Dec 18, 2013

  3. A typical newer model fridge draws about 100-150 Watts. So between the sun
    during the day and the 100 amp hour battery running it at night, the answer
    is it could run it indefinately, for as long as the sun keeps shining that
    is. When storms or heavy clouds come your way, the generators ability to
    create energy can fall drastically. So the real answer is, that it depends
    on the weather conditions. Also keep in mind a fridge’s compressor cycles
    on and off, and it draws no energy when it’s off.

    By Jared Broadbent on Dec 18, 2013

  4. this application would be ideal for mounting on top of a class B or C motor
    home and being able to live off the grid without the use of shore power
    hook-ups, in fact it would even run the A/C unit… ideally on cloudy or
    rainy days running the engine to charge the packs would be perfect

    By gsarjos on Dec 18, 2013

  5. Correction, schoolin’ is in session.

    By Jared Broadbent on Dec 18, 2013

  6. who would want to lug around BOTH of those boxes! It’s too much

    By goodcat1982 on Dec 18, 2013

  7. Jared – awesome system! Good luck at the NPS Expo. Beth & David AMP-3, LLC

    By USNERDOC on Dec 18, 2013

  8. Perhaps goodcat prefers to sit in the dark when the power goes out? Because
    “It’s too much to lug around.” He may have to try living without
    electricity for awhile someday, then school’s is in session.

    By Jared Broadbent on Dec 18, 2013

  9. would this be able to run the appliances inside a mobile food truck?

    By Christian Nunez on Dec 18, 2013

  10. Will your system run this pump? waterpumpsdirect.c o

    By 07arctictundra on Dec 18, 2013

  11. Hello, I looked up the specs on the link you sent me (Simer 2825SS – 10 GPM
    1 HP Stainless Steel Portable Transfer Pump). This pumps draws about 15
    amps of current and uses a 120 volts, so yes the SPG-3000 should run this
    pump just fine. The questions that remain are long would it need to run
    continuously and how often it needs to be run. The amount of sun you can
    get daily, and whether you are using the R-E-A-I-C System (additional
    batteries for more stored power) would also be factors. Thanks

    By Jared Broadbent on Dec 18, 2013

  12. What is the continous run time? Say running a standard home refridgerator?
    Thank you

    By MrJpow22 on Dec 18, 2013

  13. You can run anything off a 12v battery generator although the one you see
    here is way to small to run a food truck, depending on size what your going
    to run fridges/heaters/blenders depends how many batteries you need also
    how your going to charge the battery eg. hard wired into the truck or solar

    By 2MCHNV on Dec 18, 2013

  14. It depends on the appliances. Take a look at the tag to find out how much
    power each appliance uses and add the numbers together. Also depends on
    other factors like are you going to use the R-E-A-I-C System option. This
    adds more batteries and greatly increases the stored power which increases
    the amount of time you can run your appliances. Another factor is whether
    you are making power at the same time (when the solar panels are collecting
    energy). Thanks, Jared Broadbent

    By Jared Broadbent on Dec 18, 2013

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