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Here's a kit of the products we recommend for powering your home! The following is an example of what we recommend to power a typical American household.  You can customize this system on our website with the drop downs before you add it to your cart.  Unlike most solar companies, we respect your privacy.  We won't spam your email or your phone or knock on your door - but we're always here to help if you need to contact us.   Many companies claim to sell a product that can power your whole home during an emergency.  They usually show a nice photo of...

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We have 2 standard charge controllers:   100A (1200W) MPPT Has a screen with battery voltage, parameters, etc.  Max input solar voltage is 23V Not waterproof  Works with SLA, lead acid, AGM, Lithium Iron Phosphate, LiFePO4  20A (260W) MPPT LED indicators, no screen. A remote can be purchased separately that will show all parameters as well as voltage, etc.  Max input solar voltage 72V 100% waterproof Works with SLA, lead acid, AGM, Lithium Iron Phosphate, LiFePO4, as well as our Cutting Edge Power Lithium Nickel Cobalt high performance Lithium ion batteries.  The Trailblazer, Scout and Base model solar generators are equipped with the 100A MPPT charge controller as standard.  The Fortress solar generator...

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A customer recently asked: I am looking for solar (and possibly combined with wind) generator when we go camping for up to 2 weeks. We use a Jumping Jack pop up tent trailer so it's not like we are walking the setup into the campsite. It would be used to power 2 Phillip's CPAP machines, a small fan, some LED lights, cell phones, and Bluetooth speaker or rechargeable batteries.  What system/combination of products do you all recommend to accomplish this task? Cutting Edge Power: Camping is one of my favorite pastimes. Some of my best childhood memories are from camping at...

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This is how Cutting Edge Power recommends to set up a basic solar system. Check list: The Solar panel, charge controller, battery, inverter, and wiring connection. SET UP: Follow these 3 easy steps: The battery should be hooked up to the charge controller first. Otherwise, the charge controller can be damaged. Make sure to follow NEC guidelines regarding wire sizes (See the table at the end for details.) Make sure that you lead the wire into the battery terminal of the charge controller and match the + and – to the battery + and -. We recommend using wire ferrules ...

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