Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2019
Hooked up the chassis battery of my Winnebago View on Nov 15, with voltage reading of 13.0V. Pulled the master disconnect under the dash; had rain for a 4 days out of 7 in the past week; Picked up the RV yesterday, Dec 9, 2019 and the chassis battery read 13.2 V. The house battery, also in disconnect mode, read 12.5 V, starting at 13.1 V as well. Now I need a Y connector and another set of clamps to connect those up, too, as this little gem delivers enough milliamps. My calculation : 7.0 Watts / 21 Volts of output = 300 mA or thereabouts; so 0.3A X 5 hours/day of sunshine
gives 1.5 Amp hours per day X 7 days/week = 10 Amp hours / week, approx. And the house batteries declined by 30 Amp hours in those 3 weeks, so I need a Y connector to hook those up too!
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