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Paul__B

Speaking of the OP - as one might - we are up to three days now.

raschemmel

When you say "solar panels" are you referring to the large roof type size ?
Can you link the solar panel specs ?
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Noobian

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Feb 09, 2016, 05:31 am Last Edit: Feb 09, 2016, 05:42 am by Noobian
When you say "solar panels" are you referring to the large roof type size ?
Can you link the solar panel specs ?
Nope, those large roof type ones (100W or more) which are used to power household electrical appliances are probably overkill for the OPs project?

For the OP I guess he just needs a small low power one, just to power his Arduino project and charge battery backup at the same time. Like a 12v, 5W one

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