- Kim, If your pump is a 12VDC at 4 Amp that is a 48 Watt DC pump. If you want to just pump water while the Sun is shining then a 55 or 60 Watt single crystalMessage 1 of 4 , Jun 15, 2001View SourceKim,If your pump is a 12VDC at 4 Amp that is a 48 Watt DC pump. If you want to just pump water while the Sun is shining then a 55 or 60 Watt single crystal or polycrystalline panel should work just fine.If you want 24 hour operation you will need an array of three 75 Watt panels, a controller and battery back up.I can be more specific if you need a quote to price these items.Oh, and Claude. There are many Texas renewable energy vendors in the region. There really is no need to send all our money out of state.SBT Designs
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Please update our information in your records.----- Original Message -----From: Kim & Garth TravisSent: Friday, June 15, 2001 7:31 AMSubject: [hreg] PV panelsHi,
I was wondering if anyone could tell me what I would need in the way of
a PV panel to run a 12v 4 amp pump in daylight hours. What would be
needed to run it all the time? This is one of the questions I had
prepared for the last meeting that Allison messed up.
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- Kim, Just let me know if you need any help with your pump system. You can get a good combo rig from AEE. Or, a simple bilge pump will work for a fountain on aMessage 2 of 4 , Jun 21, 2001View SourceKim,
Just let me know if you need any help with your pump system.
You can get a good combo rig from AEE.
Or, a simple bilge pump will work for a fountain on a limited basis.
You should add a linear current booster to any high quality operation.
Andrew H. McCalla
Meridian Energy Systems, Inc.
Solar-Electric System Design, Installation, and Service.
P.O. Box 5810
Austin, TX 78763