cptdondocptdondo Solar Expert Posts: 99 ✭✭✭
OK, I just fired up my 270W array with the Morningstar Duo controller. 13A! Whee!

That should be plenty to meet my 20-50AH daily needs.

This is on a small RV, so the panels are flat on the roof. No tilt, so I expect more when the sun is higher in the sky. It's 2PM here right now.

Thanks everyone for the help and encouragement.


  • ThomThom Solar Expert Posts: 196 ✭✭✭
    Re: SUCCESS!

    Good for you

    Off grid since 1984. 430w of panel, 300w suresine , 4 gc batteries 12v system, Rogue mpt3024 charge controller , air breeze windmill, Mikita 2400w generator . Added [email protected] 100w panel with a midnight brat 
  • nielniel Solar Expert Posts: 10,300 ✭✭✭✭
    Re: SUCCESS!

    congrats. the high point would be solar noon and is the time directly inbetween sunrise and sunset for the closest place listed to you. currently it'll be about 1:15pm for you if i see the right place for you, but it changes as the days go on so this will be fairly close to it for about a few days or so.
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