I've had my first 2 panels up on my roof for about 6 months now.. they are cheap 15W amorphous panels I got for 100$ each.. I put both in parallel, now I noticed I never get more than 1.2A on my ProStar 15M solar reading.. theoretically they should give me 2.4A when in parallel cause as we all know the amps add up in parallel. I'm sure they are connected in this manner, but in the whole time they've been up there I never saw more than 1.2A.. is this of because where I live? (canada), or the cheap material of the panels? or some other factor? I tested the voltage from the panels together and its about 24V (i think they call that open circuit) so it seems allright, for a second I thought I had put them in series but that wouldnt make sense, I put all the negatives together in the junction box and all the positive together.. anyways i was just curious why I dont get more amps..