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New to this solar off grid. I have read so much head about to explode. I have ten 12volt 80Amp AGM batteries. I'm not sure if I calculating this correctly for total Amp hour. 12vx80A=960Ahr 960Ahr x10=9,600Ahr then 9,600 x .50= 4,800 Total amp hour is this correct or am I way off the mark in my calculations.
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Here is a tutorial video series
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlgXG93-wIfZYFbPasCvOwltqJ2h5pPpo __________________ My little boy calls me Thor! Minnesota!
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Depends on how they're wired up. In parallel, simply add the AHs up (10 x 80 = 800ah, x 12v = 9600 WATT hours), In series, don't add the amps, but add the volts (10 x 12v = 120v, x 80ah = 9600 WATT hours).
9600 watt hrs = 9.6 kwh. x .5 = 4.8 kwh, or about 50c worth of electricity after all that work __________________ Willie, Tampa Bay