I just might try a small garden, but it's going to have to get a little cooler than this. Pure sine wave inverters do cost more but it's the only way to go. At least this stuff is modular, so you can just keep adding on.<quoted text>
LOL you still do not realize what books I read. Sometimes I do read those books for the grandkids, that you mentioned. However that is less than .01% of what I read.
Congratulations on your Solar Green Garden. Thatís how I started as well. First the workshop then on to the house. Recently just picked up a 2,000 watt pure wave inverter to add on.
Bird house yup have one of those as well but if you remember I first mentioned to you my interest in building things way back when I was making my own solar panels from solar cells on up. Most of the substrates for the panels were free as I was simply making them from what people were discarding. RememberÖ? Getting old has its lapses donít they?
Real thinking is what some think they are doing when actually they are merely rearranging their prejudicesÖ
Hey now try a food garden. That can be an interesting add on hobby as well. I have some 2nd and third generation plants still going, as well as the everyday varieties.
Am running a 12 volt system right now but down the road I might rewire everything in series for a higher voltage. Less worry about meltdowns.