We are still getting parts together for our solar set up but in the mean time we used a single 100 watt Renogy solar panel on our last two trips, I hooked it to a cheapo Harbor Freight solar charger that I had from a project for our popup camper and I used automotive wiring connectors to attach the Harbor Freight wiring to the Renogy panel.
We laid the panel flat on our flatbed trailer early in the am on the first trip and then tied it to the gate in the afternoon.
power so we were only about 23 amps from a full charge which kept us from running the generator even once during the five nights we stayed there so for me it was a success so I will look to replace this portable set up with heavier wiring about 8 gauge and some Renogy panel connectors, a better charge controller and two of these 5.29 amp 100 watt panels with a piano hinge to connect them together and maybe some legs so they could be stood up. This setup I used this trip cost us about $110-120 so not bad.
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