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Solar panels for the beginner How to Part one Missouri Wind and Solar simple instructions

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  1. JamesMichaelDoyle says:

    its obvious you are nervous in front of the camera, but you did a good job
    keeping it simple to follow along. keep at it, even if its uncomfortable
    you are doing a good job.

  2. Bernie Clement says:

    thanks for the basic setup many people start out trying show you how theres
    works, looking forward to watching more

  3. TheLowBuck Prepper says:

    very informative, I learned a lot, thank you and I’m looking forward to
    watching more, which will probably answer this question, but what if
    another charging source is added, like your alternator in an RV? Thanks
    again

  4. Glenn Hough says:

    EPIC!! thank you for sharing this, this is really a good help for beginner
    in this field…

  5. fire storm says:

    so i am a little slow .. i have a car battery i want to charge with the
    solar panel say i buy that controller with the read out that you show i
    hook every up to my car battery and how does the controller know the
    battery is charged do you set the control to its max volts and then an auto
    shut off kicks in or when there is energy feed back because the battery
    fully charge it turns off ?

  6. Dee Purr says:

    I just found this video and find it is very useful since I know nothing
    about how to build a solar system. Thank you and I will be watching next
    video in the series.

  7. John C says:

    This is the first video I watched that explains a solar system set up in
    plain English. Thank you sir

  8. VoytekR1 says:

    Thank you very much for posting this. You make it easy to learn from you.

  9. wormwinter1 says:

    excellent work very clear very simple; easy to understand and follow, many
    thanks

  10. Sal C says:

    THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME AND DOING EVERYTHING STEP BY STEP. VERY
    EDUCATIONAL. 

  11. Norman Farley says:

    I have just seen your video how to part one. I am thinking about doing the
    same thing but I did not have a clue until I see this for beginners I think
    it is the best thing I have seen on YouTube as it is for people like me
    that was clueless so good on you I will same sort of thing in my shed fist

  12. Thomas Peter says:

    Hi Jeff, I am new to Solar and I bought the Solar Panel Model GM 684
    SP-60-12V 1.15 Watt on line through ebay Just wondering if I could use this
    to charge a hanphone and what would I need to do this. Do I need to buy a
    charge controller, inverter and battery for this?

  13. Marcie Tillett says:

    Thank you very much!

  14. Michelle L says:

    Thank you for doing this. I am just learning about solar- I bought a couple
    of panels and inverters…need to learn a bit more on the basics to really be
    sure I know what I am doing beyond the set up… I find it amazing that
    Volts/Watts are easily calculated by some…I need to go back to that basic-
    any suggestions? In the meantime, I have subscribed and will continue with
    the series that you are doing- thanks again!!

  15. BeWebMobile says:

    thanks

  16. Abel Alatorre says:

    Thank you.

  17. John Reece says:

    Solar panels for the beginner How to Part one Missouri Wind

  18. Bill Bly says:

    Great info on solar panels and how to hook up.

  19. 22BUCOI says:

    this vid really help me..thank you

  20. neil32524 says:

    thank you!

  21. Mary C says:

    I see videos of these set up in hen houses for light, door opener, water
    heater. Seems like a good place to start for us. Solar ovens are another
    I’m interested in. Thanks Jeff.

  22. Sal C says:

    THANK YOU FOR THE EDUCATION’ I HAVE A QUESTION. I HAVE A WELL PUMP THAT
    RUNS A 230/240. I PLAN ON RUNNING THE PUMP 2 TIMES A WEEK FOR ABOUT 30
    MINUTES FOR MY FRUIT TREE. MY QUESTION IS THIS HOW MAY BATTERY WOULD I
    NEED, CHARGE REGULATOR, SOLAR PANEL AND 240 CONVERTER O AND YES I WOULD
    LOVE TO HAVE THE OPTION TO MAKE IT A BIGGER SOLAR UNIT AT TIME PASSES.
    BASICALLY CAN I DO THIS WITH OUT SPENDING THOUSANDS.
    SHORINKANSANDIEGO@GMAIL.COM

  23. Shawn Milligan says:

    Looking at solar panel now for stock water tank heaters to keep from
    freezing. Thanks Jeff. Maybe I will win one in your giveaway contest. 

  24. Smooth Wind says:

    Great video, how long does it take to charge that battery?

  25. waylan bashrum says:

    we tried to call the office the other day to order a panel but nobody
    answered the phone we got your number from another customer that bought
    from yall and they shot a video of them opening the box and hooking it up

  26. peter lourey says:

    Mohammed A well pump is basically a motor, look into wind power if you get
    a breeze their otherwise a total of 8 – 10 kilowatts of solar power would
    take care of that. Google that you can get either a 10 KW solar panels or
    wind turbine for around $10,000.00.

  27. sunsensational says:

    Great vid. U gave me awesome idea with that cooler watering method. Thanks
    for sharing. I’m pretty surprised u have had so many panels go bad. At
    least they are warrantied

  28. dimaggio david says:

    Green energy -Newton was wrong granted, all who show machines with no plans
    =fake all who have plans and (of course) no machine fake this one has
    video, math in description and all specs measured in front of you in the
    film and no money it is free information all on the video and a 16 year old
    could build it ABOUTSOLARCELLS.COMXA.COM

  29. Rivka Parsells says:

    Impressed with this system. Planning stage of an Off-grid system. Love the
    clean installation. Can you provide the name of the firm who engineered and
    installed the system? Thanks

  30. frankie2234 says:

    Very nice. Thanks for the in-depth coverage of your system.

  31. genericity says:

    such a sweet setup. when you say you bring up your own gas, do you mean
    from natural underground deposits or like you bring it up the hill in a
    truck?

  32. Lynn Grantham says:

    Excellent thorough overview of your Off-Grid System. Definitely a good
    example. I would probably opt for a diesel generator as my only change.
    Where do you find the solar heated tubes for pivoting the Solar PV arrays?
    And, how difficult is it to get the friction just right on that the pivot
    point? Thanks

  33. sidewinders1000 says:

    Where…do…you…live

  34. TheProRancher says:

    Silicon (valley). Think: CEO.

  35. carolinagrl210 says:

    I’m such a jealous bitch right now.

  36. TheProRancher says:

    Thanks! The arrays came as a complete package, tracking tubes and all. No
    need to adjust friction either, this is engineered into the design. Yes, a
    WhisperWatt diesel generator would be very nice, although natural gas
    prices are better than diesel lately and it’s a much cleaner burning fuel.

  37. TheProRancher says:

    Absolutely! I check specific gravity on a regular basis and run
    equalization cycles when needed.

  38. dminor214 says:

    nice!

  39. davidgriffin14 says:

    sorry, didn’t notice the caps!

  40. TheProRancher says:

    I’m blind, don’t hate 😛

  41. davidgriffin14 says:

    NEVER SEEN THE SOLAR TUBE SYSTEM. CAN YOU DO A VIDEO OF THEM?

  42. mds19238 says:

    Your battery bank is ten years old…ever get in to specific gravity
    readings and all that mess? Thanks for the videos.

  43. Wayne says:

    Wow that’s amazing.

  44. Ryan Conlow says:

    So when u use the welders does the generator come on automatically our do u
    got push the button

  45. Andy Utecht says:

    I LOVE telling the power company to SHOVE IT!!!!!! I have a setup off grid
    using LiFePO4 but not that huge. Mine just reduces the electric bill and I
    still have some thing not powered off the solar (huge loads like welder,
    A/C)

  46. damianleb1 says:

    yes, they simplify the system. The D.C is turned to A.C right at the array.
    They are also more efficient than the standard inverter.

  47. SAINT ANTHONY says:

    Do they sell setups to power a RV/Toy Hauler with 30A plug?

  48. TheProRancher says:

    The 220v outlet for the welder is wired independantly from the system,
    directly to the generator. I have to manually start the generator for it to
    work.

  49. MrNdave says:

    Thanks for the info, it’s very helpful.

  50. Mohammad Umer says:

    Hello! I am in Pakistan & here we face power outages on a daily basis. I
    also have a Banana Farm on lease & face same thing there. I am looking into
    a 5hp submersible well pump to run 24/7 on solar power & maybe run 2
    cieling fans & 4 saver bulbs. After hearing your total bill of 100 grand
    blew my socks off. Can you suggest a setup and how much it will set me
    back…I hope to hear from you…Thanking in advance.

  51. Caleb says:

    Solar panels can be a great addition to your home in providing an efficient energy solution for your home.

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