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electrical:solar:sizing [2020/01/19 16:44]
frater_secessus [your reserve needs]
electrical:solar:sizing [2020/03/17 12:49] (current)
frater_secessus [Sizing a solar installation]
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   - worst case scenario [[electrical:​12v:​loads|loads]] (the max loads you will apply in any 24hr period((or at any given time, if you plan to run heavy loads)))   - worst case scenario [[electrical:​12v:​loads|loads]] (the max loads you will apply in any 24hr period((or at any given time, if you plan to run heavy loads)))
-  - worst case scenario sunlight, usually December in your geographical area due to shortest daylight hours, but also affected by tree canopies, mountains, "urban canyons",​ or other forms of [[electrical:​solar:​electrical:​solar:​output#​shadeelectrical:​solar:​output#​shade|shading]]+  - worst case scenario sunlight, usually December in your geographical area due to shortest daylight hours, but also affected by tree canopies, mountains, "urban canyons",​ or other forms of [[electrical:​solar:​shading|shading]]
   - days of reserve (ie with no solar charging) you want   - days of reserve (ie with no solar charging) you want
   - whether or not you have access to other forms of charging: [[electrical:​shore_power|shore power]], [[electrical:​12v:​alternator|alternator]],​ [[electrical:​generator|generator]]   - whether or not you have access to other forms of charging: [[electrical:​shore_power|shore power]], [[electrical:​12v:​alternator|alternator]],​ [[electrical:​generator|generator]]
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