After doing my own testing with several different solar-panels, I would say that would be an alright panel for basic charging of non-essential systems. For my trailer, an 80 watt is about as low as I would want to go, but, have the capability of running upto 240 watts of power production.I found a solar panel kit that is 45 watts. What usage would this be ideal for? it has 3,6,9,12 volt outlet.
Guys, be careful. There are several types of inverters. You need to find out if it is a true sine wave inverter or square wave inverter when converting from DC battery voltage to AC 120 voltage. DC= Direct current, AC= Alternating current. Any device with a transformer as in all wireless tool battery chargers, TV's, refrigerators etc require a true sine wave inverter. Overheating and a serious loss of efficency which results in a greatly shortened device life result with the wrong inverter.Hey smart people, so i know nothing about solar stuff, so i do want to run my 52" panasonic lcd tv or my 20 cf fridge, i went to harbor tools but the kind of answer i was getting from this guy made me nervous and i did not buy solar panels from them. If i bought 2 45 watts panels, is that enough? What else do I need to get the ball rolling and screw my public elec company, feel free to email me reply if you don't mind ([email protected]) thanks, tom