now we know how much load we will have on a typical day being drawn from our solar batteries its time to determine how large of a battery bank we need. the loads are measured in watts while the batteries are measured in amp hours. once you determine if you will go with a 12v or 24v or even a 48v battery bank system its time to figure out how many amps you will need.
match the watts use in a day with the watts in your solar panels however you must consider storms, seasons, bad solar days so having more solar is good.
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Post time: 06-07-2017