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If you enjoy this type of content Check out some of the following links to support our channel. If you are interested in a rock Hill Farms T-shirt check out our merch store https://rockhill-farm.creator-spring.com/listing/rockhill-farm-logo Please subscribe to our channel here: https://youtube.com/c/Rockhillfarmandhomes Follow on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Rock-Hill-Farm-102050688356056/ You can now support the channel by buying us a coffee at the following link: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rockhillfarm Reply Aut0 zon6 marks down car batteries to a fraction of their original cost when they hit one year on the shelf. I've snagged dual use and deep cycle optima regular price $200+ marked down to less than $50. Only catch is that managers tend to snatch them up before customers have a chance at them. So eyes on the date stickers for one year olds, and when located, get thee in stealth, and haste straight to checkout! Reply Not same. 40 Amp mppt charge contoller for $70? Is it any good?Im guessing the 400 watt panels were portable, not Harbor freight.You "forgot" to mention, ui screen, possibly an phone app fit, finish, cooling fan, sensors, flashlight, USB ports , cables, connectors, bolts, sleeves, cable management, ability to charge with AC/DC, UPS feature, packaging, shipping, labor, low voltage shutoff and other safety featurrs, and most importantly, a 2-5 year warrantee depending on make (anker has a 5 year warranty) …but decent video and I understand the DIY approach but similar specs doesnt mean similar results. Was able to get Anker 757 for $699 during Prime days and no-way you can match that with a DIY setup. I did like your video though. Reply You guys are sloppy in your presentation and info video. People commenting know more than you talk about. You leave alot out. Reply This is a good option to save money. Plus you can use whatever battery you want.MY suggestion is put the inverter ONTOP of the lid. The lead acid gassing will attack the internals of the inverter and will destroy it over time. Reply This is much simpler and I can just go ahead and upgrade my car battery early and use that to build my backup battery. Thank you very much to you and to your Dad! Reply 1For the price this is the best generator you can get!! Reply Okay lol. Still confused Reply Oh sorry. I just saw your links Reply Great idea. What size car battery is yours. Sorry i dont know much about this Reply I know someone who uses a marine battery for their solar camper setup. Reply Will this run a window AC unit? Or a fridge? Reply Hey bud I have a question… so I have 4 agm batteries that I want to use in parallel…. I mainly want to use it to power a portable a/c that will use around 1100 watts, my question is I know it’s best to get a 2000 watt inverter but how do u size the panels that I need ? Should I get a panel that outputs my highest watt usage ???? And let’s say I got 2 550 watt panels will it cause issues when I am not using them to power the a/c just just using them to maintain the batteries ? Reply Awesome video!!.. I was just thinking about getting a solar generator because my generator so loud. My RV have panels on top and a whole system that charges itself and I got thinking to myself with everything I have I probably have everything I need I have two inverters a bunch of marine batteries ect. Even have like five extra panels.. I figured that's all that those things were. . Thanks for breaking it down I was overcomplicating it Reply All I am going to say is better use pure sinewave inverter or thing well be destroyed like motors in stuff. Led lights will over heat. Also the battery acid gas will ruin the electronics inside that box. Reply That was helpful, practical and simple; THANKS Reply I paid $600 for my 220ah lifepo4 battery on Amazon Reply Can anyone recommend something that would provide power to some for exactly 18 hours a day will be 100-300 watts? Reply Love the bible verse on your dads t-shirt 👕 🙏 Reply I did that ! Powered my in attached garage with 2 I00 watt solar panels via 2 Deep cycle boat batteries & 4000 watt inverter. Reply You want to make an inexpensive version not a cheap version. Language is very specific. Reply 2000w is not enough for a 2000w heater- just me I tried 3 times. Build one to power a WELDER Reply What about using super capacitor? 2.7v 500F (6) in series to replace some battery with solar charger Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.