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Crushedstang50 wrote:

This kit is usually about $850 on amazon but is on sale for $530 right now. Buy two more panels to get you to the 600 watts and your good. I have been watching it for almost a year on amazon. This is the cheapest I have seen it.

Renogy 400 Watt 12 Volt Off Grid Solar Premium Kit with Monocrystalline Solar Panel and 40A MPPT Rover Controller/Mounting Z Brackets/MC4 Adaptor Kit/Tray Cables Fuse set /MC4 fuse https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CTKT56Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_taa_yO3kEb039328N

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Thanks.....I see it at $570.

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That is a great deal, I have put solar on 2 campers and have had good luck with Renogy products. I own a couple 50 watt panels that are china made I use them for a portable unit. The quality isn't the same.

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You may want to check Home Depot.
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I see others suggesting a 400 watt kit and adding two panels. Others can likely answer this but the 400 watt kit may have lighter wiring than the 600. Not sure, but the 50% increase in power may force you to also add new wire.

* This post was edited 01/24/20 06:42pm by wanderingaimlessly *

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I'm sorry your right, I obviously got too excited to tell you about it and mistyped the price! Haha


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Crushedstang50 wrote:

This kit is usually about $850 on amazon but is on sale for $530 right now. Buy two more panels to get you to the 600 watts and your good. I have been watching it for almost a year on amazon. This is the cheapest I have seen it.

Renogy 400 Watt 12 Volt Off Grid Solar Premium Kit with Monocrystalline Solar Panel and 40A MPPT Rover Controller/Mounting Z Brackets/MC4 Adaptor Kit/Tray Cables Fuse set /MC4 fuse https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CTKT56Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_taa_yO3kEb039328N

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Do you plan to Diy the solar?


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