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October 10, 2014 – 3:25 am

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  1. 18 Responses to “small solar panels -How to build a basic portable solar power system -camping,boating,off grid living-”

  2. Wow, that is some thin inverter cable, what is it 10awg? I can’t believe
    the manufacturer supplied those thin cables with a 1500w inverter.
    Actually, it’s hard to believe that inverter is 1500w, it’s so small. The
    other thing, your supposed to have the breaker close to the battery, not
    close to the inverter. Liked the video, short and to the point, thanks :-) 

    By Bubba on Oct 10, 2014

  3. great video. I want to see your boat now. You in Australia?

    By SolarBurrito on Oct 10, 2014

  4. hey mate, thanks again for a great video. I’ve just bought one of these
    units on ebay, very reasonably priced for learning – and should work well
    on my jetski :-) what was shipping like for the solar panel on ebay? I see
    a few on trademe that look adequately priced? cheers

    By chimeranzl on Oct 10, 2014

  5. Nice video and good explanation mate, how much amps is the battery putting
    out? 

    By Vishva Laksshapathiarachchi on Oct 10, 2014

  6. Great work bro

    By Faruk Islam on Oct 10, 2014

  7. It sounds like you have done your home work on this solar project, Great
    job, well done sir. Are you still flying your Phantom quadcopter? How is
    that angry ram doing these day’s lol. Thanks for the video.

    By jrob65 on Oct 10, 2014

  8. A little solar project I’ve been working on

    By Buddhanz1 on Oct 10, 2014

  9. Why do you need a blocking diode, that is only to allow the flow of
    electricity one way. If you were using a dc motor to generate power to
    charge a battery, this would not allow the battery to turn the motor. Most
    purchased solar panels have a diode built in, if you made your own you
    might need one.

    By Hugh Jaanus on Oct 10, 2014

  10. Thank you, made it all make sense! appreciated!

    By Wayne Osmand on Oct 10, 2014

  11. Thanks for doing this tutorial.
    I have been thinking of doing a small PV system for a while.
    I like the way you can set the parameters on that charger.

    By George Gibson on Oct 10, 2014

  12. Kia Ora! Oh wow fantastic!
    I’m from Arapawa Is originally, Otanerau East Bay.
    Isn’t Rambro sooooo funny. I think hes related, judging by his pre
    hair/wool cut curls lol! Great videos, look forward to watching more!

    By WildKraftyAotearoa on Oct 10, 2014

  13. Has anyone seen Dr Peter Skelts “solar powered chicken leg re-heating
    wizard”.Its a double 100watt solar panel linked to a wirewound steel rod
    that is inserted into the cold chicken leg and brings the meat up to temp
    by converting the current into heat.Ideal for picnics,the panels come with
    all terrain rubber wheels to enable transportation to even the most awkward
    picnic spots.The Dr mentions the importance of ensuring the chicken is
    piping hot throughout before eating.

    By rodrigez gozalo on Oct 10, 2014

  14. By mohd shameem on Oct 10, 2014

  15. with the help of your video I can start making my very first solar power
    system!! thank you for sharing this!

    By tipstoavoidscam on Oct 10, 2014

  16. Great video. Simple and clear! Thanks!

    By labraberting on Oct 10, 2014

  17. Super Job! You are the one I need. I bought a 2013 Ford Transit Connect
    and would like to install a solar generator that will operate a tiny
    refrigerator, tv, computer and printer. Can you help me where to get all
    your parts? I will ask someone to put it up together as I am a senior
    citizen with no knowledge about electronics. Thanks a milliion.

    By Gloriosa Agdeppa on Oct 10, 2014

  18. Good day Bouddhanz1, I was looking for some video like yours and i found
    it, but not all things were clear to me. we have farm in north africa
    without electricity (it is africa) and we have 1 solar panel that fill 2
    batteries, we have inverster like yours and we tried to run refrigerator of
    600 wats but we have light in it that is on & off & on & off … very
    slowely but regrigrator do not work, assume that it is lake of electricity?
    how can we solve this and to have it ok? thank you very much. mustafa

    By abu muhamad Mustafa on Oct 10, 2014

  19. How to build a basic portable solar power system -camping,boating,off grid
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    By Alex Akai on Oct 10, 2014

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