decisions, decisions, I put them off as long as I can and ignore them whenever Possible.
6/2/2019 11:54:46 am
I think a Renogy kit is an excellent solution.
6/2/2019 01:37:43 pm
The Renogy kits are highly rated on Amazon usually by hundreds of people, and their prices seem fairly reasonable.
6/2/2019 02:50:03 pm
About 11 years ago I read extensively about the MPPT controllers when I was choosing my controller. Their characteristics were slightly desirable but for me the gain was about twenty minutes on the charging time. That was for lead acid normal batts. I chose to save the $150 at that time for my pocket. Your situation is different so I have no idea what is right for you, but I do realize money is not a concern for you.
6/2/2019 03:35:17 pm
When putting solar on the Arctic Fox I went with the PWM controller mostly because that was what Handy Bob liked. I know their better now than they used to be and with the lithium-iron batteries that the Arctic Fox has, and their abilities to take a charge as fast as you can give it to them, I would choose an MPPT controller if I had to do it again.But the pop-up camper is going to be such a small system I'm not sure if it's worth the expense.
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