Solar panel

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  1. jordano

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    Hi I have an Autotrail cheyenne 2009 it has a solar panel which was fitted by the last owner I have been told that the vans system can manage up to 200w without changing anything. My question is how do I tell the size of the original one so I can add another up to the 200w max.
     
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    It should say on the back of it but if you can't see it what ate the dimensions?
     
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    Will try to measure it and get back to you
     
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    Size is 47x21in .does this help?
     
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    In new money?
     
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    Yes that fits the spec of a 100 watt unit.

    Which Sargent panel do you have? EC***
     
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    Sargent panel is EC325 would I be able to put another 100watt on
     
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