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Old 11-12-2008
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Originally Posted by johnnyboats View Post
i know the solar wont provide much charging power, it will be like a trickle charger to keep the bank toped off. i could fit 4 decent size panels on my hard top when its built, so this sounds doable, thanks for the replies!
I currently have 4-Kyocera 130's wired in series to an Outback MX60. I get, on average, about 205-210 ah/day in N Texas. Some days it is more, some less. I would estimate it would be more in many latitudes, less in others.

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