⛵️Getting our SAILBOAT ready to live Off GRID#175

This week we installed 3 extra solar panels. This time we installed them in Parallel and now we can compare how they perform and how our other 3 solar panels that are connected in series perform.

Now we have a total of 600w in solar panels and they are working pretty well while we are in the marina. We can’t wait to start using them while anchoring in a great beach somewhere.

Check how we installed our solar panels in series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RP6gLWqsNU

This week we installed:

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