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Posted by Solar Guppy on February 4, 2004, 1:46 am
 
Well , I think 800 watts for $50.00 is a typo , but $.39 is defiantly NOT
the cheapest price for panels , try about $.99 watt , less in quantity

http://www.sunelec.com/Clearance/Solar_Modules/solar_modules.html




Posted by Mark & Mary Ann Weiss on February 4, 2004, 3:07 am
 

Thanks for the link. I see that a lot of the 'systems' are quoted without
solar panels (looking at inverters and batteries). At least it's a starting
place.


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Posted by Roger Gt on February 4, 2004, 6:57 am
 
in message

but $.39 is defiantly NOT

watt , less in quantity
http://www.sunelec.com/Clearance/Solar_Modules/solar_modules.html

"in quantity" perhaps, but for $00 he is not
buying in quantity!
BTW: check the price per watt, and verify the
data.  Several panels listed as 110 Watt show
volts and current of less than half that!
Possibly a typo?
I have the panel in question, and the output is
more than double the listed value!




Posted by Solar Guppy on February 4, 2004, 1:09 pm
 You can poo-poo all you want. I've bought from this outfit and the prices
are real. If you want to spend 3.39 because you think its the best price on
the internet .. happy shopping

Yup , on some of the 12/24 volt modules , they don't get the current to
voltage spelled out right , but I can say for sure they know what a 110 watt
module is and that is what you are buying

You can buy one module at a time on most there modules , just more in
shipping like any distributor since they have to special box the panels



Posted by Roger Gt on February 4, 2004, 5:58 pm
 Gee, get a chill pill!

I cautioned him to be sure he got what he ordered,
you seem to be a sales man for this company.
In my experience the care which goes into
advertising is an indication of the company's
attitude!

Still $00 will not buy you much capacity......
1 or 2 cells, a small charge controller, and a
cheap inverter.  About what I put on my RV....
Not anywhere enough for the load he described!

I'm not arguing with you!!!!!

If I believed his prices at $.99 I'd buy
additional panels.  Don't think I can without a
new charge controller.   Shipping from FL and the
cost of installation would make it more too!

in message

this outfit and the prices

think its the best price on

don't get the current to

sure they know what a 110 watt

modules , just more in

special box the panels

http://www.sunelec.com/Clearance/Solar_Modules/solar_modules.html

batteries,


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