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    Solar array angle iron metal frame

    This is a five panel array of 100 watt solar panels which charge 2 banks of 4 RV 12 v battery's.
    The panels are controlled by a 12v car jack to move the array as the sun's position changes every month.


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    Looks like a cool setup! That use of a scissors jack is innovative.

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    Thanks DIYer.......What projects have you done??

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    Nothing in the way of what you have, capainleeward. Mostly stands and some hacks for my cars, bikes, and computers.

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    Hi DIYer. Well you have done whats important to you that's what counts :O)

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    That's true capainleeward, but I still envy you guys with the skills and machines to the the kinds of stuff you post. Looking forward to your other contributions.


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