New Victron Solar/Heat Panels (1 Viewer)

Steve and Denise

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Well it’s been over a week since I installed my new Victron solar/heat panels to our van,
these are much smaller and easy to install as only need to be put on the dash board to collect UV through the windscreen, once the sun goes down they then scavenge the heat left in the vehicle for up to four hours giving almost 10 ah until the temperature drops below 8degs.
These were on offer from a well known website but I am not sure if I am allowed to put the supplier on here,
anyone interested can send me a PM.
 
Feb 19, 2018
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Well it’s been over a week since I installed my new Victron solar/heat panels to our van,
these are much smaller and easy to install as only need to be put on the dash board to collect UV through the windscreen, once the sun goes down they then scavenge the heat left in the vehicle for up to four hours giving almost 10 ah until the temperature drops below 8degs.
These were on offer from a well known website but I am not sure if I am allowed to put the supplier on here,
anyone interested can send me a PM.

Sounds interesting, what is the model number etc. of the panel as just been on the Victron site and there so many to choose from? (y)

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Well it’s been over a week since I installed my new Victron solar/heat panels to our van,
these are much smaller and easy to install as only need to be put on the dash board to collect UV through the windscreen, once the sun goes down they then scavenge the heat left in the vehicle for up to four hours giving almost 10 ah until the temperature drops below 8degs.
These were on offer from a well known website but I am not sure if I am allowed to put the supplier on here,
anyone interested can send me a PM.
PM sent 👍🏻
 
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Just a tad..
So if you keep your heating on overnight, you'll get free electricity in your batteries? :nerd: Enough of these panels, big enough battery coupled with inverter to power one of those ceramic electric heater things and it can be a never ending cycle. What's not to like :wondering:

Perpetual energy exchangers are the future.

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Feb 19, 2018
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Nice idea but I was going to go for the perforated wing mirrors with the built-in turbines that generate both as you drive and when the wind is blowing whilst you are parked up.

That's a good idea but wing mirrors often get hit and broken.

I'm working on an idea of using the engines radiator cooling fan.

When they are not needed for cooling whilst travelling, they could be switched over to generate electricity.

(It's Patented and shares are for sale, PM me but be quick as the Chinese are already interested!)

You heard it here first Folks!

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MisterB

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enough to know i shouldnt touch things i know nothing about ....
Can you confirm they can be placed under the motorhome please as I don't have any more space on the roof as the wind turbine creates a lot of turbulence
 

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