Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES Our New Solar Powered Workshop! The Bluetti AC200 Max Makes It Possible! Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 Today we are showing how we plan to run our new workshop completely off solar! We are so happy to be partnering with Bluetti … From: admin99 Date: August 24, 2023 NEWS homesteaders homesteading Living Traditions Homestead Missouri Ozark's self sufficient unjobbing Related videos 0 0% Can a Solar Generator Replace a Gas Generator? | Suaoki G500 1 0% How to Charge Ebikes with Free solar power ~ Oupes 1200W Solar Generator Review. 0 0% Solar powered air conditioner setup with EcoFlow Delta 2 Max and 200W solar panels 0 0% Technologies that will take solar energy to a new level 0 0% Can a solar generator power a house 2013: Is it worth getting a solar generator | Letest price 0 0% All About the Jackery 2000w Pro Solar Generator with Foldable Solar Panels! 2 0% DIY Solar Generator – Portable Solar Station – Full Build 0 0% how to repair Generator// Generator me paper dalny ka treeka Show more related videos 29 thoughts on “Our New Solar Powered Workshop! The Bluetti AC200 Max Makes It Possible!” There seems to be a channel using our profile image and pretending to be us. They are leaving comments on our channel asking people to contact them about winning a prize. THIS IS NOT US. DO NOT CLICK LINKS FROM THEM. We have contacted YouTube to have the channel taken down. Reply I have the exact same setup for my RV 35 ft Diesel Pusher running a 10 cubic foot house fridge convection oven integrated vacuum system two TVs with 900 watts on board I am boondock Ready Reply Love this generator. Price is right and does the job we need. Reply Is there an update to this video? I'd love to know how its working out, even just a comment would be cool! This was a great video and an inspiration for me. Reply How is it working a year later for you? Also the panels you got, how have they held up thru our storms we get in Missouri? Wind, rain, hail? Thanks! Reply Great video! I was shocked to see the air compressor actually work on the unit. I read that the solar panels are not to be used in the rain/wet….not good because of Missouri's winters when the power goes out. Love the rack! Great job. You need to provide us with measurements plans on your solar panel build. I believe a lot of us would buy a set. Reply Well-done video! I bought an AC200 and 2 B230 expansion batteries, with the objective of using that combination of batteries to handle most of the power for our house. Your video is one of the most informative I've seen with regard to the AC200-B230 system for this objective. Reply Do you have an update on how this works 1year later ? Reply Just got my bluetti now need that cart please tell me what it is and where u bought it I can't move this arI am very small. TY Reply Can we please get a more up to date recent review now that you’ve had this for awhile ? Reply I have the bluetti your using. I am building it as i can afford to. Solar panel is next. But additional battery and more solar are in my plan. Great info . Love the Bluetti Reply Great video! You mention your shop lights were all running from the Bluetti, I'm curious how you wired them and what type of lights you have in your shop? Reply Kevin. I know this is a year old, but would you still recommend the Bluetti brand for powering a small house, in an off grid situation? I know you are using this in your shop, but also as a backup in your home. I am planning a small 600 sq ft house, with a energy efficient frig, plus some fans and lights, plus be able to power laptop/phone. Do you think a Bluetti could handle that on a full time basis? Danny at Deep South Homestead has also used Bluetti in his off grid cabin. Looking for ideas before I take the plunge to purchase… Reply Can that system run 220 welder or a 220 sander? Reply When you charge the ac max via solar energy, does it also charge the b230? Reply Those solar panels aren't waterproof are they? Reply Is this Bluetooth plugged into he wall? On your video it kinda looks like it is. Did the manufacture send additional solar pads? Reply Ah, the Amish dudes. I pulled my truck over once on a country road in western Illinois or“Forgotonia” to watch an army of Amish put up a barn. It was like ants building an ant hill. Beautiful! Reply Hi Kevin, Thank you so much for this video. Found some very useful information in here! Good luck with your new space! Seems like you will have some awesome time there in times when is bad outside! Adrian from Austria Reply what mic is that Reply Seams like it would be a good idea to put a door where the solar panels are so that you can get to the panels easily instead of having to walk around the building. Reply Man , I love your set up and it gave me great ideas for my situation!! Reply Thank you. Your idea really help me to get mines set up the solar panels for my camper. Reply Nice Reply Can you update us on the solar? Thx! Reply You don’t have to worry about those batteries being at 80% after 10 years because the technology will be obsolete in less time then that. Not to mention I would doubt that the critical electrical components like inverter switches plugs well last that long. Reply What bracket did you use to hang your tools and batteries? That's a great system! Reply Only if ur rich or like to waste ur money on a battery that is guaranteed to die in less than 3 years Reply Love all of your content you both provide. I do have a minor critique of the audio recording. It's a minor distraction to have the audio mainly coming out of 1 earphone ;P I hear you in my left ear where your recording device is on your hat. lol 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.