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  1. Ram ProMaster City Forum
    I have been using a 100 Watt 12 Volt Solar Starter Kit with a 700W Renogy Inverter and a Deep Cycle AGM Battery 12 Volt 100Ah. In the winter the sun is less available and I had a problem with my solar system never having enough battery to use my laptop, but in the spring to early fall I had...
  2. Promaster General Discussion Forum
    Looking for a solar entry setup that will fit on top of the roof ridge. I can't run to back in camera housing and would prefer a single entry gland with a double wire input like this: https://amsolar.com/rv-mounting-accessories/strn-l-2h27 Does anyone know a setup that would work?
  3. Promaster Builds and Conversions
    Hi Folks, Would certainly appreciate any feedback on my electrical design before I start wiring my PM. I've done a fair bit of research (which can sometimes leave your head spinning) and I think this should do but certainly appreciate the input of those who have more experience. My DC load will...
  4. How-To Forum
    We are picking up our van tomorrow (finally), and one of the first things we’re going to do is attach the solar panels. We have Renogy panels, and they recommend using well nuts to secure the panels to the roof. However, I’ve seen some discussion that this is not a extremely effective method...
  5. Promaster Builds and Conversions
    Hey everyone! New to this and the forum. We installed our 4 100 watt solar panels yesterday directly on the roof with the VHB tape and self tapping screws. Problem is, some screws are loose. A little baffled by this since some tightened just fine. We used the self tapping 1 1/4 inch screws for...
  6. Promaster Builds and Conversions
    Does anyone have a favorite solution for a roof rack to hold solar panels? Does it depend on the type of panels? Looking for a easy/universal option. Thanks!
  7. Electronics
    I'm looking for someone with knowledge of designing and building (Installing) solar panels as well as the electrical (Ac and DC) in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Cheers,
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