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Old 10-10-2015, 08:11 AM   #15
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Legryz what they are saying is if you connect a load to the controller it has to be positive ground. what every one is telling you is don't use the controllers load so its not an issue as it only refres to the controller if its got a load connect to its load wire. hope this helps.
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Grape solar has 100w panels for $130 landed on Amazon, I bought a couple from Costco last year for $150 landed. Good panels.

Grape has a kit with two 100w panels, PWM controller, an inverter, and cables and hardware - I see it for $5-600 landed.
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Legryz what they are saying is if you connect a load to the controller it has to be positive ground. what every one is telling you is don't use the controllers load so its not an issue as it only refres to the controller if its got a load connect to its load wire. hope this helps.
Yes it does help and does answer my question.
After my last post asking the ?, I re-read the other posts and thought that's what it was.

Now I may have a new project for next year.

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