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Dale Marshall's Discussions

Everyone seems to ask about charge controllers..This is why I Back MPPT Only.

Started Jan 2 0 Replies

MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) charge controllers are finally an everyday component of battery-based renewable energy systems. But designers are still staying busy.MPPT control already reduces…Continue

Rogue MPT 3048 Released for Sale !

Started Aug 5, 2013 0 Replies

Here's the Link for People whome are Interested in one.http://www.roguepowertech.com/products/mpt3048.htmContinue

The Rogue MPPT 3048...100 Volt PV max with 12/24/36/48 Volt Battery charging.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dale Marshall Jul 14, 2013. 8 Replies

As of right now, This is the Specification Sheet for the New Rogue MPPT 3048Here the PDF Spec sheet link. Product in Beta Testing Stage…Continue

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"Forgot to Mention These are all Poly Panels. And the Battery bank is 12 volt and will be soon 1500 Amp Hr"
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Dale Marshall replied to ldsecure's discussion hooked this cointroller up
"cant say hadnt had one to play with "
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"There is a 6 x 240 watt array 24 volt panels wired in series of 2x3 , Which feed my Midnite Classic for battery charging. There is 8 X 210 watt Evergreen 12 volt Wired in Series 4 x 4 each each row feeding seperate 1200 watt GTI's. Also 4 x 125…"
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"Dale. 3.6kw...where did you purchase this many? 250 watt panels? Poly or mono? Looking for good prices.. love it. And outback or morning? 24 volt panels? And is the battery bank 12 or 24? I saw at renogy site 239 for a 250 watt panel. Sounds to good…"
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"All my neighbors think , I am Dr Brown Emmet reborn again, And there waiting on me to build a time machine."
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"nice work. I bet your neighbors are envious."
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"Yeah I know. Its just I ran out of room. The only reason why I haven't started anything in the back yard is because of some very large tree's on the edge of the property, and they always have dead limbs falling off."
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"Looks great Dale. But I had to chuckle when I read "final stage done".....the words "final and solar" together are not in your vocabulary.  ;-]"
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Dale Marshall replied to Ryan Paul Romero's discussion 100 Watt Panels of different Brands at 12 volts Same Price?
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Just finished up final setup 4/13/20143.6 kw installed.
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Dale Marshall replied to Ryan Paul Romero's discussion Solar Power & Television
Apr 9
Dale Marshall replied to Mike's discussion Reserve Capacity vs Amp Hours
"I think your Ah rating is high..Usually 225 reserve time is rated at 25 amp draw and 75 amp draw. Your most likely looking at a battery that has no more than 135-140 ah capacity. But it is my opinion to look for 6 volt GC Batteries. Better thicker…"
Apr 5
Dale Marshall replied to Mike's discussion Reserve Capacity vs Amp Hours
"Need to know the Brand of Battery ?"
Apr 4
Dale Marshall replied to Dale Marshall's discussion Looking for your blown up toys
"Yes that was."
Apr 1
Jesse M replied to Dale Marshall's discussion Looking for your blown up toys
"Was that the Tiger Claw I sent you, Dale?  It had a load of between 1,000 and 1,150 watts on it.  It had been loaded up for 2-3 hours, with intermittent lesser loads as I turned small wattage items off and on.  The Samlex that…"
Apr 1

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At 5:17pm on February 21, 2011, richard b said…

dale i called walmart and got a quote on the batterys and thay told me $ 55.00 dollars ea

when i got there thay had miss quoted the batterys he quoted the 105A battery not the 115ah battery i told them if i buy 3 i would give $60.00ea he said ok so i got 3 hope thay work good thanks for the imfo richard.

At 2:35am on February 22, 2011, richard b said…
yeah i plan on more panels maybe 3 more kits, i like to see your lights set up if you got a picture of the g4style led sounds like the way to go what size shunt do you have running on the amp meter?
At 10:56am on February 22, 2011, richard b said…

ok thanks for the imfo ya i ordered a out side light charge controler from singapour well see

how many days it takes to get thanks dale, i live in middle missouri full sun today the 3 panels putting out 3.0 amps today

At 2:15pm on May 1, 2011, Stanley czar march said…
Hey dave I added ya as a friend. I looked at the web site The charge controler I have is $77. The meter shows power produced and has a battery selection"gel,ect" looks semilar to yours!!
At 6:57pm on May 18, 2012, Brian Dessauer said…

I work for dish network Dale, I noticed your backing structure was from a dish...nice

At 12:34pm on December 22, 2012, Norm Caron said…

Dale thanks for adding me as a friend

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