I had not seen a cable gland that would do two cables at once. I've used the duplex round wire--two conductors in one round sheath to pull two wires through one hole--that wire is very pricey though. It was cheaper to use two cable glands than duplex round wire. I am in the planning stages of adding some external antennas for my MiFi, WiFi, two Ham Radio antennas, and possibly a TV antenna. I'll be needing more cable glands. I also did a temp install of a solar panel
on my boat. I will use your style cable glands for that.
I used buytl tape on my solar
install. I am debating going back and trimming the excess butyl tape with a plastic knife, and then putting a fillet of dicor around the edges. All my old seams show cracking which I've filled with Dicor, and it appears to be old buytl tape. Are you planning to put any Dicor on the edges of the mount?
I also want to go around and re-bed all my windows
too. I've seem some signs of cracking on the seals, but no signs of leaks
fortunately. Summer is the time for me to start doing windows
over one by one.
In any event, you will love your solar
. I don't recognize the meter. What does it do. I just discovered the Victron make a more affordable battery monitor, and I believe it stores history also and that can be displayed on a laptop. I am researching that, as I'd love to have documentation showing the charging characteristic of my solar
install. A charge monitor may be a waste of money, because I've found I can more or less ignore my power use. Still it is reassuring to know how much is in the bank.
Victron Battery Monitor I just read about. Note 10.000 Amps in the specification is 10,0000 Amps. This device can monitor anything.