- Jul 8, 2021
I need to look at this myself. I’m finishing a 25 ah battery build. I need to do some research. Perhaps low amperage batteries don’t need as high of an AIC fuse. I’ll have to see what my battery recommends in the documentation.I'm having a hard time finding a 40 amp class T-Type fuse. They seem to be for much larger amp. rates systems, like 200 and above.
For the wiring of the solar panels, right now it is rated for the specs above, 6 amps etc. (I believe its 16 or 18 AWG or whatever the minimum requirement would be out of the box). if I go partial series, 2P2S, would any of the wiring exceed their ratings? If so, it might require me some effort for me to replace the wires in panels, which is not easy, but not impossible.
I cannot discern what your final panel configuration was going to be. 2S2P?So my next question is if I can get two panels from another manufacturer with slightly different specs, are there some rules against mixing and matching panels that are both in series and parallel connected? Or will this not really forced me to be fully parallel with 2 pairs of different panels?
Both 2S2P and 4P.I cannot discern what your final panel configuration was going to be. 2S2P?
Regardless, I think the little 100W panels are all quite similar in their specs will likely work just fine.
If you want to have the numbers run with 2 different sets of panels and how you intend to wire them, its pretty quick.