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1985 Autotrail Apache
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Antonia
Modification Two 60W Solar panels
Category Power
Motorhome 1985 Autotrail Apache
Updated Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:00 pm
Purchased From Ebay
Purchased Price 160 GBP
Product Rating 0
Installed By diy fit
Installation Price 40 GBP
Install Rating (3rd Party Work 10 = Best, 1 = Worse) 0
Comments Two 60 Watt monocrystaline panels off ebay store. A great supplier in Germany with 7 day delivery time. Came omplete with extra 2m of cable. Some Aluminium angle and connection plugs from ebay and some Sikaflex from O'Learys.
Install Comments Cut Aluminium angle to size, drilled holes to mount panel and screw down to roof ( decided against that in the end ). Measured up for placement and sanded paint from aluminium roof. Sikaflexed angle and stuck down, left to dry. Next day hoisted panels and screwed to angle, connected plug leads and fed through existing gland. Wired into a MPPT PWM Solar regulator.

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