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   * **Imp** current at the panel'​s maximum power output (see Vmp)   * **Imp** current at the panel'​s maximum power output (see Vmp)
   * **Isc** - Amps when short circuited; ​ this is when your [[electrical:​solar:​panels|solar panels]] are connected only to themselves. ​ This is the highest current your panels can theoretically produce.   * **Isc** - Amps when short circuited; ​ this is when your [[electrical:​solar:​panels|solar panels]] are connected only to themselves. ​ This is the highest current your panels can theoretically produce.
-  * **Pmax** maximum power a panel will make.  ​+  * **Pmax** maximum power a panel will make.  ​Vmp * Imp = Pmax
   * **[[electrical:​solar:​charge_controller_setpoints|Setpoint]]** - a value used to place a limit or border on a particular operation. ​ If your refrigerator is set hold 40F temperatures then //40F is the setpoint//​. ​ If your charger floats at 13.2v then //13.2v is the Vfloat setpoint//​. ​ Setpoints may be preset by the manufacturer or configured by the user.    * **[[electrical:​solar:​charge_controller_setpoints|Setpoint]]** - a value used to place a limit or border on a particular operation. ​ If your refrigerator is set hold 40F temperatures then //40F is the setpoint//​. ​ If your charger floats at 13.2v then //13.2v is the Vfloat setpoint//​. ​ Setpoints may be preset by the manufacturer or configured by the user. 
   * **V** - Volts   * **V** - Volts
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