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Surely someone out there must have some experience of these systems?  Your advice would be greatly appreciated.
General Discussion / Re: Garbage bins
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Wind Turbines / Re: Acquisition of a small size power plant
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Solar PV / Re: Battery discharging over night WITH charge controller
« Last post by S1m0N on December 31, 2018, 12:39:27 PM »
I'm sorry I don't understand what you are saying, or asking.

Thanks for your reply. I am a total newbie, so any advice on what to check is welcome.

The batteries are not deep cycle batteries, but as far as i am aware the small batteries i am using are Ok for smaller PV systems such as mine. At least that seems to be the information i am finding online. I am sure you are totally correct about needing Deep cycles batteries for larger systems though.

I am open to being wrong about this, but I am using the batteries used in other similar systems as mine, and are also the batteries recommended by the manufacturer of the gate system.

I have actually purchased a new slightly better charge controller now, and also installed a schottky diode to stop discharge via the PV over night.

One thing you did mention though is something i have had in my mind. If i bring the batteries in to my house and charge them, they will hold their charge when just sat on the bench.

I am still either loosing charge not via load, or the batteries are simply not charging during the day.

The charge controller does show a float charge at least, so im not sure if this is enough to be recharging the batteries after a couple of runs of load.

Thanks again
Wind Turbines / Re: Acquisition of a small size power plant
« Last post by Oskar.O on December 22, 2018, 05:30:49 AM »
Any one who could help out a tiny bit here?

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