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Old 07-25-2012, 02:53 PM   #21
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Now that's an interesting idea. I assume that you mean the big windows? (my lock was damaged in the previous theft as well so if anyone saw the panel they could practically just pop the door open and take it.Right now its in the house. I wonder what would be safer- outside in open periodically or in window F/T? Hmmmm.....What do you think? If it was outside how often and long intervals would it need to be set up to maintain a battery life?
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Old 07-25-2012, 03:24 PM   #22
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You could leave a panel sitting on the rear bed, that would be out of site and enought to maintain a charge.
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Now that's an interesting idea. I assume that you mean the big windows? (my lock was damaged in the previous theft as well so if anyone saw the panel they could practically just pop the door open and take it.Right now its in the house. I wonder what would be safer- outside in open periodically or in window F/T? Hmmmm.....What do you think? If it was outside how often and long intervals would it need to be set up to maintain a battery life?
I don't know how long and how often you'd need to plug it in and it would be hard to calculate. You could pop $20 and just use one of these:

1.5 Watt Solar Battery Charger
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You could leave a panel sitting on the rear bed, that would be out of site and enought to maintain a charge.
Thats a good thought. i'll look into that. I am surrounded by trees so may not work as well as it could. I'll watch the sun tmrw. thanks
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I don't know how long and how often you'd need to plug it in and it would be hard to calculate. You could pop $20 and just use one of these:

1.5 Watt Solar Battery Charger
DUH! I have one of those in my van on the dash. I will relocate it! thanks
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