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electrical:solar:synopsis_puzzle2 [2017/08/01 21:44]
frater_secessus [Synopsis: HandyBob's RV Battery Charging Puzzle]
electrical:solar:synopsis_puzzle2 [2018/02/10 11:11] (current)
frater_secessus [Synopsis: HandyBob's RV Battery Charging Puzzle]
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 +This page aims to distill the knowledge contained in HandyBob'​s [[https://​handybobsolar.wordpress.com/​the-rv-battery-charging-puzzle-2/​|RV battery charging puzzle 2]] page. 
  
- +Particularly useful and pithy statements are quoted directly ​under fair use.
-This page aims to distill the knowledge contained in HandyBob'​s [[https://​handybobsolar.wordpress.com/​the-rv-battery-charging-puzzle-2/​|RV battery charging puzzle 2]] page. +
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-Particularly useful and pithy statements are quoted directly. +
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-Words of Wisdom: ​ "​Generators? ​ We don’t need no stinking generators."​ -- HandyBob +
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-This page aims to be a quick overview of the content on the [[https://​handybobsolar.wordpress.com/​the-rv-battery-charging-puzzle-2/​|RV Battery Charging Puzzle]] page. +
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 ====== Synopsis: HandyBob'​s RV Battery Charging Puzzle ====== ====== Synopsis: HandyBob'​s RV Battery Charging Puzzle ======
  
 +[Note from Secessus: ​ I do my best here to faithfuly summarize //​Bob'​s//​ point of view and not editorialize or take issue with it.] 
  
 HandyBob and his wife are fulltimers in a 5th wheel and have no generator. ​ He prefers quiet and and wants folks to stop using generators, or at least use them more considerately. HandyBob and his wife are fulltimers in a 5th wheel and have no generator. ​ He prefers quiet and and wants folks to stop using generators, or at least use them more considerately.
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 "​Professional"​ installers may not be any good.  "​Professional"​ installers may not be any good. 
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-On sizing:  ​ 
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-> "If you want to just be able to run your lights, water pump, charge the cell phone and run the occasional small kitchen appliance, acting more like a camper than a full timer, you only need one panel and one or two batteries. ​ If you want to run the TV a bit, computer, the microwave to warm up soup or make popcorn and some kitchen appliances you’ll need two panels and four batteries. ​ Of course you need more panels if you go where the sun doesn’t shine or if want to run more, such as unusual loads like a freezer in the basement or a CPAP machine to keep you breathing all night."​ -- HandyBob 
  
  
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