solar energy heater -Solar Powered Space Heater ~ Electric Oil Heat

May 7, 2013 – 12:23 pm

** The solar panels that supply 20 + amps 17volt DC power thru various voltage regulators. 12 volt battery bank power buffer in a 98 volt DC to AC 60hz sine invertebrates … Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. 8 Responses to “solar energy heater -Solar Powered Space Heater ~ Electric Oil Heat”

  2. you are correct, i know alot of people who think it is fake. Listen, i’ve been getting paid about $200 a week just selling energy. I took the idea and plan of here. you can also try it: ABOUTSOLARCELLS.COMXA.COM

    By stafhon jeseon on May 7, 2013

  3. A lot of cheep meters do not show true RMS voltage. That is likely why you are getting low readings.

    By Eric H on May 7, 2013

  4. At 1:00 this Killowatt meter shows 98.4 volts. On utility grid power the meter measures 108 volts 405 watts with this heater on the same setting. The meter may be inaccurate.
    No under voltage alarms, full sun condition.

    By pgm98387 on May 7, 2013

  5. This may be false info, The meter on the outlet could be screwy and remember there is a voltage drop across a load thus it may not be 98 volts there it could be 115

    By Matthew smith on May 7, 2013

  6. Cant you just screw the metal rods to the posts?? Usually posts are lead and steel is real easy to drill through. I need to make one of these for my underground bunker!! Dont want it to freeze all my food. I 9000 ft above sea level and it tends to get cold for a long time. Like months under 30 degrees. But its 2 feet under ground with a 9 inch slab. Prolly wont be too hard to heat im hoping. Thanks for the vid!!

    By ben jammin on May 7, 2013

  7. The DC volts are being measured at 13 off the battery bank while running the power bright inverter running at 98 volts AC. Everything is working fine, no under voltage alarm going off.

    By pgm98387 on May 7, 2013

  8. The inverter is outputting 98 volts? Something is not right it should be 115 Volt. Your Solar voltage is about 13v which is right, but that means the inverter is “SCREWY”. Try a newer one.

    The DC volt 13 is that coming off the Solar Array or is that what’s going into the Inverter?
    if the DC coming from the Battery bank is low, then some of your batteries may be shot.

    By LevAgency on May 7, 2013

  9. Nice job!

    By peeinginthewind on May 7, 2013

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