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Old 10-04-2013, 10:49 AM   #1
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Welcome Renogy... about to mount a few of your panels on my rig...glad you join the fun.
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Been looking at the Renogy "Premium 4pc 400W solar panels + MPPT 40Amp charge controller + 20' MC4 adaptor Kit." Notice that it does not come with a Remote Meter. I see this MT-5 unit in one of your other kits, however:

Amazon.com: Digital Remote Meter MT-5 Displays System Display System Status and Parameters with Digital and Graphic Icon by Wmicro: Patio, Lawn & Garden

Is this your preferred meter? Is it also a battery minder?

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