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Jul 26, 2015
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I have these x2 solar panels on our new to us moho and unsure of what wattage they may be and would be grateful if anybody has any idea?
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tonka

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I note they have screws holding the bracket to the panel.. Maybe unscrew one and look at label on back (y)
Leaving brackets fixed in place on roof.
Otherwise a wild stab 40-50 watts maybe, ish, around.
 

soreeyes

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Could be a 20w and 15w .

You could measure the panels and compare on the large auction site.
 

Lenny HB

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Measure them then have a look at eBay listing most give sizes. They look like PolyCrystalline panel so they will be about 10% larger than the equivalent MonoCrystalline panel.

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Thanks guys. I'm thinking of having new ones i think now as the schaudt regulator is caput and the panels dont look up to much.
Just unsure of the best set up to go for..
 

Terry

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Hi if that's a Hiki roof 600x900 then I would be thinking more along the lines of 100 w and 80 w either way just try/buy a new charge controller bypassing your duff Shultz...Solar panels are good for 20 plus years
 

Lenny HB

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Thanks guys. I'm thinking of having new ones i think now as the schaudt regulator is caput and the panels dont look up to much.
Just unsure of the best set up to go for..
As many panels as you can get on the roof and a good quality MPPT controller
 

Lenny HB

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Hi if that's a Hiki roof 600x900 then I would be thinking more along the lines of 100 w and 80 w either way just try/buy a new charge controller bypassing your duff Shultz...Solar panels are good for 20 plus years
Looks more like a Remis 400 X 400 to me.
 
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Thank you for all your input. Im going to speak to outdoor bits and see what they can do,i also have one agm leisure battery that i am thinking of changing for x2(one under each seat) to make a better set up!

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Photonic universe are a good reputable supplier. Fit with , with a good mppt controller.

Wattage depends on available space, and how long you want to be off-grid for.
 
Aug 11, 2018
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Thank you for all your input. Im going to speak to outdoor bits and see what they can do,i also have one agm leisure battery that i am thinking of changing for x2(one under each seat) to make a better set up!
2x 110ah AGM batteries inside a Boxer seat frame:
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