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Old 02-10-2015, 09:31 PM   #1
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ARCTIC FOX: Batts and Solar for 32A - Ideas please?

Salutations! We have a 32A Arctic Fox on order and would like to understand the best battery and solar panel setup for Boondocking? Looking at 4 Trojan T125s and 2 - 100w solar panels? Is there a forum area for this type of discussion? Many Tks! D
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Hello, yes there is! Go to the top click on RV forums, then click on"going green" under RV systems.
Lots of great info. We ended up with three panels 160w each. It all depends on your goals.
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I would recomend at least 400 watts of solar. Remember, you only have 5 or 6 hours of, good, solar charging, during 24 hours of use.

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