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« Reply #30 on: February 01, 2019, 08:13:08 AM »

with the 3 on the left hitting 60a each they got very warm in last summers heat, batterys were charged by midday so wasting power, but then got the ASHP, so after batts had been absorbing for x the ashp comes on, so they were 60a from about 10am till about 8pm, so cant complain.
hooked a fan from the ceiling, very heath robbison, but did the job, had plans to make a better effort over winter for next summer, but..............


1600w PV main array at 24v, excide 2v 1000a forklift cells now x 2, 320w PV secondary array at 12v. Enfield 1944 ex RAF 5.6kw diesel genset (now in pieces, big ends gone), Petter AC1 28v diesel charging set at 2.8kw.
1kw wind turbine.
26kw wood stove back boiler to underfloor heating and dhw
« Reply #31 on: February 03, 2019, 05:20:36 PM »


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