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fratermus said:Estragon said:Personally, I wouldn't buy or use a controller that didn't have separate absorb and float voltage settings for off-grid use. Such a controller might be okay for a standby application, but not for regular daily cycling.
Dunno. If I were cycling each day and had one setpoint I'd consider setting it to Vabs. And watering regularly. :-)
Re: Puerto Rico's governor says 'let's talk' after Elon Musk says Tesla can rebuild the island's gridBatteries are great, but aren't much good if the wires to loads are blown to ratsh*t.1
Damn, now you've got me thinking1
One cost missing from CRs numbers is insurance. I gotta wonder how my carrier would underwrite $100,000 worth of glass roof that could be one hailstorm away from destruction.3
> @Solray said:
> You cannot get 380 ah out of any configuration using a 180 ah battery. You are limited to numbers that are divisible by 180. ie. 180, 360, 540, 720, etc.
I'm guessing it's a simple arithmetic error or typo in the OP, but strictly speaking you could get 380ah from a 180ah battery. Just have to warm it up some.1