3000 watts of portable solar that folds up

paul wheaton

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Building a better world one brick at a time.

Rather than commanding people what to think or being angry at the bad guys, I am trying to change the world by sharing thousands of small tidbits of information.

Today's bit is a trailer that can be moved to worksites and the solar panels can fold up around the trailer during transportation.


This is a bunch of us near missoula working every day to make a small difference.
 

HunnyBunny

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That is awesome! Thanks, Paul Wheaton for sharing! :thumbsup
 

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Easier to keep those panels clean when they are collapsed. How many horse power is the sawmill? I could be wrong but I calculate 3000watts is good for right around 4 horse power @ 100 efficiency. Nothing is is ever 100%.
 
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YourRabbitGirl

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Building a better world one brick at a time.

Rather than commanding people what to think or being angry at the bad guys, I am trying to change the world by sharing thousands of small tidbits of information.

Today's bit is a trailer that can be moved to worksites and the solar panels can fold up around the trailer during transportation.


This is a bunch of us near missoula working every day to make a small difference.
That look and sounds amazing. Gonna need a great deal of work for that here where im at. but that is just extremely helpful.. very nice.. :D
 
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