Hello Ozzy, This system is designed to be used with a 24-volt battery bank as the included 40-amp MPPT Rover charge controller can only accommodate 520-watt while maintaining a 12-volt battery bank and 800-watts when recharging a 24-volt battery bank. Please contact us with any other questions, have a wonderful day!
Hello Jim, Thanks for reaching out and your questions. A 800-watt solar system will produce about 130 amp hours per day at 24-volts in optimum conditions. This type of power can be used to power a variety of loads, we always recommend providing us with the rated wattage of your electrical loads and the approximate run time of these loads. With these values, we can size a solar system that can keep up with your electrical demands. Thank you and have a wonderful day.
Hello, This kit included 20-feet of cabling to be used between your charge controller and the solar panels. You may also purchase extension wires if you need to add additional distance. Please contact us with any questions, have a great day.
Hello JS, Thanks for reaching out, the solar panels are producing electricity which can recharge a 24-volt battery bank. This D/C electricity can be converted to A/C power with a 24-volt inverter and A/C power can be used to operate most of your household appliances. Please contact us with any other questions you may have, have a wonderful day.
Hello, Thank you for reaching out and your questions. The Renogy 800-watt 24-volt system will produce about 140 amp hours at 24-volts per day during optimum solar collection conditions. We would recommend a 24-volt battery bank rated at 300 amp hours. Please contact us with any other questions, have a wonderful day.
Hello Tim, Thank you for reaching out and your question. We offer cabin kits able to produce well above 3000-watts. We can also help with sizing and customize a solar system around your needs. Thank you again and have a wonderful day.
Please keep in mind that if you will be powering A/C loads it is important to take the rated watts of each load and divide it by the operational voltage of your battery bank. For example, a 200-watt A/C load divided by 12-volts equals an hourly amperage consumption of 16-17 amps per hour. You can now take the amperage consumption (16-17 amps) and multiply it by your load's approximate runtime and this will equal the necessary amount of amp hours. 17 amps multiplied by a runtime of 2 hours equals 34 amp-hours.
Thank you for the question! 15,000 is about 1300w to 1800w per hour. It really depends on how long you plan on running that AC for as a 800w kit charging 24v batteries would only recover the amount pulled from the batteries if the AC ran for only 2 hours. Thank you, M.S.
Thank you for the question! 3hp would be about 2237w per hour or 17.8kw for 8 hours. That kind of load would need at least 4000w of solar to recover that amount of power per day. Thank you, M.S.
Thank you for the question! No two kits cannot be combined with two separate charge controllers. This is because the charge controllers will see any outside source charge, including a second controller, and limit the solar power to keep the batteries from being overcharged. Thank you, M.S.