Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES The Truth about Solar Generators/Power Banks Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 What you need to know before buying solar panels for your power bank/solar generator, especially for overlanding or camping. From: admin99 Date: August 24, 2023 NEWS Related videos 0 0% BATERIA POWER 150w MPPT Solar Charge Controller 1 0% Bluetti AC300 vs Bluetti AC500 – Complete Solar Generator Comparison & Show Down 0 0% FULL POWER! – The BLUETTI EB70 Solar Generator Kit 0 0% Jackery Solar Generator 2000 Plus 0 0% Hurricane Lee Cat 6, We Are All Going To Die 1 0% Get The Best Xantrex Powersource 1800 Solar Generator Review 0 0% Nitecore NES1200 + FSP100W solar panel. Cup of tea without fire. Outdoor Power Station. 0 0% Titan solar generator running my fridge for ??? days (cloudy days, clear days, rainy days) Show more related videos 23 thoughts on “The Truth about Solar Generators/Power Banks” Does anyone know what the maintenance on these are? What’s involved? Reply You were just in a bad spot I put my camper in the shade panels in the sunlight never a problem Reply 👀👀👀 make a video about the finger Reply The way I look at solar generation is it supplements the gas generators period. you run your gas generator for an hour ,charge the solar generator and use all the electricity you can plus the electricity extras then go use the solar panels as much as you can . That’s it . Reply Your intro description at opening is spot on. My RV solar to these new solar generators, they market that they run anything forever. Lucky power generation was in my background, i realize the industry big lie. so good eyeopener for your audience. Reply They are not generators, they are storage devices. Reply I just listened to 60 constant hours of a gas-run generator from a neighbor. I would love to have shot the damn thing. Reply You talk to much much, you must be an engineer!! Reply I like the little 2 stroke generators. I take chain saw any ways. My tech addicted teen would get good usw of it. I have power tools and somw companies make inverters for power tool batteries. Reply My last camping/hunting trip it rained for 5 days. We camp central u.p. and temps really bring the bank down. Usually 9 day minimum trips. Reply Thanks for being real. So many focus on unrealistic expectations. Don’t understand why but I have some ideas. Kudos to you! Reply Utah Jeff ….here ….,I do totally agree with most of your video presentation…. Having used a power bank and solar panels this summer on 2 week vacation to Oregon for the first time. Overall it worked pretty well for me…. It is nice having lights etc. but the weather and surroundings does present some challenges. I have 2 – 100 watt panels and if you get 120-140 wats between 10 am – 2 pm in many cases that is as good as it gets …. that is summertime …If I were to do it again I probably would purchase a 1000 watt power station Reply Thank you for bringing this to surface.Solar Panels are not what most people expect them to be. It is somewhat of a pain in the backside to have to keep on re-positioning them for many hours at a time under ideal sunlight exposure. Thenwhen you experience cloudy days the power output of the panels becomes very disappointing. Most times, if you want reliability, it's best to have the old tried and true loud gas generator. Reply Get free soalr generator Just uk https://bit.ly/3MI7uo8 Reply Listening to this makes me happy that I built my own chonky 4.25kWh portable power pack. Just crazy how much these companies are charging for moderately large packs. Reply Hello there, I just purchased a Rockpals 300w solar generator. The manual says to completely discharge it before the first charge . That sounds wrong but states that clearly. I don’t want to damage it but I do want to treat it with optimum care. Is this information correct? Thanks in advance Reply Rethink the fridge and forget it. Reply Love your videos! Reply Good info! Thank you Reply Honestly these power stations from Jackery are really quite expensive when compared to other power stations. Reply One thing to point out is that these power stations charge quite slow from the AC outlet aside from being quite expensive. Reply My Jackery Panel drops to zero watts within 15 minutes in the sun, Jackery won’t replace it without my purchase order ??? #BoycottJackery Reply Great video! 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.