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Thread: Solar Panels?
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face BY : Mark Willis email (remove spam text)



PJH wrote:
>
> Hi,
> Can anyone point me to a website
> where I can bone up on the ins &
> outs of solar panels?
> <snipped>
> looks good. I've never fiddled with
> solar cells before but I'd guess
> the main gotcha would be if the
> batteries discharged thru the solar
> panel - and fried it.
> <snipped>
>
> Regards & thnax - PJH.

 I know you want a diode in series with the stack of solar cells (It's
not uncommon for that diode to already be in the manufactured solar
array.)  I'm interested in learning more here, want a PC110 array <G>

 Also if you put multiple arrays in parallel you do want a diode in
series with each array (so if one array's shaded, it doesn't
back-charge) etc.  I suggest Schottky's rated at the highest peak
current the array could possibly generate <G>

 Lessee, some places I pointed my brother at were:

 Photon Tech's Links Page
 http://members.aol.com/photontek/photon/weblist0.html

 Personal Solar
 http://www.yessolar.com/

 All I have time to snag just now <G>

 Mark

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