Solar Generator – Amazing Solar Generator Is Like Having A Secret Power Plant Hidden In Your Home

Solar Generator - Amazing Solar Generator Is Like Having A Secret Power Plant Hidden In Your Home

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Solar Generator - Amazing Solar Generator Is Like Having A Secret Power Plant Hidden In Your Home

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20 Responses to Solar Generator – Amazing Solar Generator Is Like Having A Secret Power Plant Hidden In Your Home

  1. eliden

    how do u secure it so people can’t steal it?

  2. AdamW582

    Can this set up power an RV or Camper full-time?

  3. cowboy2sk

    they should’ve shoot those chirping birds so people can hear what they’re talking about

  4. SouthNJPC

    @OptimusPryhme You said your POS system does 3 items that use such a small amount of power and that this thing can support a refridgerator… 2 x 90ah batteries will not continuously run a fridge. Maybe a little 12v one or a microfridge when not in the summer… MAYBE!! Not without having to shutdown at some point to full charge!

  5. OptimusPryhme

    @SouthNJPC No I’m not – if you could read a little closer – I said that is what MY setup can handle – and that is all that I designed it for. Point being that if my tiny setup can handle what it does for the period of time it does, it works out that the system described here would easily be able to handle the load suggested. The comparison you are making is ridiculous. Try reading more and searching for necros to rag less.

  6. SouthNJPC

    $2000 for $500 in parts… lol

  7. SouthNJPC

    @OptimusPryhme
    you are comparing refrigerator power consumption to a laptop, internet and a cell phone…?? Really? Laptop on average 18-19v, internet varies but usually =<12v.(comcast Fiber business link i have is 18v), and a 5v cell phone VS a 120v fridge…

  8. fishfrizbee

    You Should Totally Make a Video Of you Charging Empty Batteries and then Smelting Lead That Would Be the Most Badass and Educational To Me

  9. mustangcbr1

    too much nature and bird sound !

  10. shithitthefanman

    do you think Exide GC-135 batteries would work better on this system? How much is this system again? Thanks.

  11. ctuan13

    They didn’t “develop” this, this is the PowerHub 1800 by Xantrex.

  12. MAJESTIC10110

    You said that the solar panel power flows into the controller then into the inverter to charge the battery. Batteries are not charged by AC current, but DC.
    These guys dont know what they are talking about.

  13. MAJESTIC10110

    You said that the solar panel power flows into the controller then into the inverter to charge the battery. Batteries are not charged by AC current, but DC.

  14. fourwindssolarstore

    @magog1138 See the Apollo Solar UPS 4kw system for the home; add T-80 Solar Charge controller and at least 2.8 kw of solar collectors and you will be a happy (off grid) camper. switch lights to LED’s and go with appliances from Summit and or equator. learn more:.usasolarstores

  15. fourwindssolarstore

    The thing is this guy would need the unit to be in direct sunlight at a perfect asmuth angle and tilt to harvest best sun at an angle of incident that will provide the most amps(max. apx. 8 amps) to produce enough power to run the refrigerator and dump extra amp/hrs into the battery bank keeping a 85% state of charge to run all night. you can not do this. the battery will run low. and SD the Inverter on low voltage before the battery bank can recover. You need more battery storage.

  16. fourwindssolarstore

    Respond to this video… I am a solar design and installer, I also have many stand alone systems out there and A solar Generator with camping and emergency power in mind. I can run a 10 inch electric chain saw and or a Tiger Saw sawsall, with my trailer version and a refrigerator but the refrigerator will only last a few hours even in direct sun, but the claim of days/ ? wow. NOT Likely.. A Summit appliance/ ma-by. A day or two. this is why off grid people use propane refrigeration.

  17. fourwindssolarstore

    @dorianmcintire Finally someone who makes sense! You are 100% correct. This guy has left out a whole slew of variables. And when people “Guild the Lilly” with false or at the very least misleading claims the entire Solar industry suffers. The only way the device will run a refrigerator is if you used a very efficient unit like a Sun frost unit or perhaps a AC Summit refrigerator (draws appx, 170 watts per cycle) and even then you might get a day or maby day and a half with this capacity.

  18. phliperphil

    howq much does this unit go for I sure like to get one Can yopu get back to me

  19. MegaDeathwarrant

    can you use your own solar panels with the generator and how many can you use total?

  20. depravedpuma

    Basicly this is sort of a remote unit for camping or small cabin, good job for that use. How many amp hours will you get out of this.

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