solar -Solar panels for the beginner How to Part one Missouri Wind and Solar simple instructions

March 2, 2014 – 6:23 pm

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  1. 25 Responses to “solar -Solar panels for the beginner How to Part one Missouri Wind and Solar simple instructions”

  2. very informative, I learned a lot, thank you and I’m looking forward to
    watching more, which will probably answer this question, but what if
    another charging source is added, like your alternator in an RV? Thanks
    again

    By TheLowBuck Prepper on Mar 2, 2014

  3. What type of Batteries do you use or suggest and why. I heard 6v in series
    are best for 12v systems. True or False? If so, would 12v Batt. in
    series be best for 24v systems? What voltage batt. bank would you
    recommend for 8 / 158w solar panels in series for a total of 1200w solar
    system? Last, what voltage would you recommend for 3 / 800w wind turbines
    (total 2400w)? Thanks for your generous consideration, Steph Baton Rouge,
    Louisiana Love your videos.

    By Steph's Stuff on Mar 2, 2014

  4. You have got my attention. You tell me what ‘I’ need to know, not every
    fact under the sun that you know. Great thing with the parts used is they
    are just the same in N.Ireland. Thanks. Subscribed.

    By Fester Addams on Mar 2, 2014

  5. EPIC!! thank you for sharing this, this is really a good help for beginner
    in this field…

    By Glenn Hough on Mar 2, 2014

  6. its obvious you are nervous in front of the camera, but you did a good job
    keeping it simple to follow along. keep at it, even if its uncomfortable
    you are doing a good job.

    By JamesMichaelDoyle on Mar 2, 2014

  7. Thank you for the video! My question is, what I can do with this size of a
    battery? Or what kind of appliance I can run with this much of power and
    for how long? 

    By Basillisk11 on Mar 2, 2014

  8. thanks for the basic setup many people start out trying show you how theres
    works, looking forward to watching more

    By Bernie Clement on Mar 2, 2014

  9. I just found this video and find it is very useful since I know nothing
    about how to build a solar system. Thank you and I will be watching next
    video in the series.

    By Dee Purr on Mar 2, 2014

  10. Thanks for the very helpful vid. I have the same charge controller you have
    and i’m sure it said that you have to connect the batteries first and
    disconnect them last otherwise it will be damaged. Is this true? Because
    you connected the solar panel first?

    By Thamesuser marcel on Mar 2, 2014

  11. THANKS Jeff ..that was great information ..presented “man to man”, simple
    and direct ..and now to watch the other vids ~ much appreciated mate !

    By PETEtheTRAINER on Mar 2, 2014

  12. so i am a little slow .. i have a car battery i want to charge with the
    solar panel say i buy that controller with the read out that you show i
    hook every up to my car battery and how does the controller know the
    battery is charged do you set the control to its max volts and then an auto
    shut off kicks in or when there is energy feed back because the battery
    fully charge it turns off ?

    By fire storm on Mar 3, 2014

  13. thank you for sharing. I love your simple approach to DIY solar.

    By jessicavotran on Mar 3, 2014

  14. one of the top videos with clear explanations

    By AB BCD on Mar 3, 2014

  15. Jeff
    Thanks for taking the time to put this video together, very interesting.
    Like many others I’m looking for good, useful information. I live in Guam,
    lots of sun light, so I’m seeking to take advantage of it. Power does go
    out a few times a month and I want to cut some of my Elect. Bill. Looking
    forward to seeing your other videos, again thanks much!
    Rocky 

    By Rocky Miner on Mar 3, 2014

  16. I have watched most of your videos and they are by far the best. Thank you
    for sharing your knowledge and experience.

    By Quercus Lobata on Mar 3, 2014

  17. Plain, simple, and straight to the point! Jeff you have done us newbies
    good! Thanks Man.

    By Samt1958 on Mar 3, 2014

  18. Thank you for making these teaching vids. I want to run my a/c window units
    this summer. Hopefully you’ll teach us how to hook it up. Blessings to you.

    By navygirlchula on Mar 3, 2014

  19. Why is the voltmeter connected directly to the battery while the ampmeter
    is connected through the solar controller?

    By Ray Snarski on Mar 3, 2014

  20. Thanks for taking the time to do this and making it simple for us
    beginners. Much appreciated.

    By yianfam on Mar 3, 2014

  21. thank hou for sharing this technology for free..

    By William Thadeus Bakil on Mar 3, 2014

  22. thanks for this video, can I use car battery for charging and use it for my
    appliances? how do I know if it’s fully charged if I only use analog like
    shown previously? I’m a novice here and your video helps me a lot to
    assemble one, but are questions bugging me.thanks 

    By Kuan Signa on Mar 3, 2014

  23. Hey, I think even I can do this-yes me-go girls!

    By izone12ful on Mar 3, 2014

  24. Everyone seems to rave about Missouri Wind and Solar. If I ever decide to
    go solar, I think I’ll go with them. 

    By ElGatoLoco698 on Mar 3, 2014

  25. Solar panels for the beginner How to Part one Missouri Wind

    By John Reece on Mar 3, 2014

  26. hi iam 25 and live in Toronto and i want to power my house with a wind
    turbine i want 50kwh a day
    how much would it cost
    and how big are they
    would 1 be enough

    By sebastiano luciano on Mar 3, 2014

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