Friday, August 3, 2012

Solar Power!

Today, Dan and I picked up a solar panel and two batteries with all the fixin's:

- A 100 watt Solar panel and battery courtesy of Lam Partners
- A marine grade deep charge battery
- An inverter to convert the batteries' DC power to AC
- A timer to run 4 hour of 2 hour on cycles
- A charge meter to check how much power we're getting
- A trickle charger (wall outlet battery charger) for at home or on-site charging

We've got a nice little tub for everything to sit under... it's time to fill the tanks and cycle the system!

1 comment:

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