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Samzcommunication

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I want to know the number of panels and charger control to that set up 756kilowatt, please I need help with it is a project am happy hand

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a 756 kilowatt is way way beyond the size of a home setup.  hell it's bigger then some of the smaller solar power plants out there.  There will be no single controller capable of handling that.    

Did you mean 756 watts? 
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I'd like to see the BATTERY!

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"I'd like to see the BATTERY!"

About the size of a Battle Ship, I'd imagine  ;-)

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"About the size of a Battle Ship, I'd imagine  ;-)"

Perhaps big enough to float a Battle Ship ... pumped hydro storage.

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Well he did say charge controller, so that would indicate a battery. Think it's one of those "troll" batteries? [wink]
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"Well he did say charge controller, so that would indicate a battery"

Well ... I could argue how the pump in a pumped hydro system is a charge controller. [sneaky]

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You could, but something needs to control the pump. Otherwise you could "overcharge" your "battery". [wink]

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"but something needs to control the pump"

Err .. that a power broker, the pump is still in charge of the charging. Besides why would that be a problem, its suppose to the flooded.  [wink]


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Yeah but when you "overcharge" it you get a big mess.
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