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Old 10-20-2011
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Solar energy

Quote:
Originally Posted by noelex77 View Post
The watt rating printed on the side of equipment (which I presume is what you are quoting) often indicates the maximum current draw. The average power used may be significantly lower. You need to measure this. A clamp on ammeter is the easiest way

The time you are using the camera and the rest time between uses is also important to work out your requirements.
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Solar production is very dependent on location and time of year.

Without these sort of details we can only guess at a system to meet your needs


I have camera that carries a load of 250Watts as i checked.
now my boat might go on a remote location for 2 day.
i want that my camera that is connected to the battery only will work for 2 day only.
the remote location can be any where.
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