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Old 04-02-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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Some panel deals at Solar Blvd, 45 to 100 watts, $56 to $125:
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Old 04-02-2013, 08:08 PM   #2
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RV Solar Panels - 125 Watt (Installation Available) - Alberta Travel Trailers, Campers For Sale - Kijiji Alberta Canada.
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They even have a bricks and mortar store in Calgary.
I see ads for solar cells at $3/watt, and wonder why the difference.
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Now is the time for as solar system.
My first 50W roof mounted solar system 3 years ago was over 300.00.
I just finished my 4th system, 60W, on a 13' Scamp and have about $140.00 invested.
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:15 PM   #4
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I found a deal on 2 145 watt panels for a lil over 300 dmsolar on ebay or their web site same price I was doin some lookin in to a solar system and run across that figured id share didn't seem like a bad deal
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Is there any warranty on the panels? So far out here in Texas I have had two of the smaller panels used to charge my gate battery get filled with water from the bottom lip and then it eats or corrodes the wire in the film and they go bad. Perhaps I am comparing apples to oranges with quality? But would like to know. I have a love hate relationship with Harbor Freight and have bought a bunch of stuff there because I can afford them but I have also gotten lemons and always keep my receipt cuz they wont take anything back w/o it. I see their panels and curious if they hold up over an extended period of time.
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Sorry still new guess I need to figure out how to do that for everyone I just went and googled www dmsolar.com after my buddy told me bout tha deal that was going on. They have american and canadian and chinese panels ... my buddys into tha solar deal for his house and he's been showin me a few things I would want to get for my compact jr.
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Old 04-07-2013, 09:04 AM   #8
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From what I read yes their is warranty on them and its seemed pretty good to me. I'm just startin my research for my lil o camper and they are residental grade so I would figure they wouldn't hold water like the lil gate charger panels . My friend has like 8 of them on his beer makeing house and computer room...he's a solar nut... so I'm mostly goin off what I've read and what hes told me ... I'm still lookin to learn some more tho
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All dmsolar panels are under 6-year workmanship, 90% after 12-year and 80% after 25-year power warranty and guaranteed no power below nameplate!
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I bought a 80 watt solar panel for $93.00 on ebay about 2 weeks ago.
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Solar Blvd has 45 watt panels on sale for $45.

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Gonna check into that now as HF is 150 on sale for 45 watts. could get about 135ish watts for the same price as HF's 45.
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Gonna check into that now as HF is 150 on sale for 45 watts. could get about 135ish watts for the same price as HF's 45.

The HF solar panels are not really a good deal. They are the old amorphous type which is much less efficient per square foot than the new crystalline type.
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The HF solar panels are not really a good deal. They are the old amorphous type which is much less efficient per square foot than the new crystalline type.
I havent studied up on Solar yet but will eventually. My brother sells and installs solar systems so I forwarded it to him for comments. I have some property up in the mountains above Georgetown, Colorado and it would be neat to go up there off the grid for a week or so and just forget civilization.
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