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Posted by ghio on November 11, 2009, 10:29 am
 
Hi Phil

John at Teksolar asked me to contact you about your request.

The up shot is that Teksolar can supply you with a Unit that has -
Charge controller and 6 volt and 12 volt power out, supplied complete
for $00US inc postage. You will need a minimum of 80 Watts of solar
panels and a 120 Ah battery. These would be supplied by you. While
Teksolar could supply both items, the current high value of the
Australian dollar makes it uneconomical, basically these items would
be cheaper in the states than the cost here plus shipping.

For your expected load this combination will give a minimum of seven
days use with no input. Given that there are very few days when there
is no input this would be closer to ten days of use  with minimal
input.

The unit could be supplied with output sockets to match the plug on
the phone booster if you supply a pattern for the plug, or be supplied
with a matched plug and socket so you can attach the plug to your
unit.

Hope this helps. If I'm not careful I'll end up the online sales
manager for Teksolar.

George

Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on November 11, 2009, 2:31 pm
 
wrote:


I generally have little fear of dealing with overseas vendors. But the
one you're recommending has proven that he can't even be counted on to
return an email. If he won't do that much to gain a sale, then it's
reasonable to assume that he'll be just as useless if there's a
problem after purchase. And why do you frequently advertise your own
policy of buying locally, yet encourage others to buy from an
unresponsive overseas vendor?

Wayne


Posted by Josepi on November 11, 2009, 4:42 pm
 Perhaps the vendor is really smart and won't respond to you despite trying
to avoid local vendor that know you.

Did you use your real name or one of the 100 phoney ones you use here?



Posted by ghio on November 11, 2009, 8:47 pm
 On Nov 12, 1:31am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

You know wayne, this is you at your typical best. There are, surprise,
surprise, who are still happy to be computer illiterate. John is
borderline, he really just doesn't want to know.

Then there are people like you who live a monkey see, monkey do life.
Never an original thought.

By the way, did you have a good run. Running away from the hard
questions being your forte.

Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on November 12, 2009, 12:46 am
 wrote:


If he can communicate with you, then he can communicate with his
potential customer. It's friggen ridiculous that any vendor would need
so much help, and that you continue to pretend that it's anything near
normal. If a US vendor were so incommunicative with an AU customer,
you'd be all over them.


The questions I asked you were reasonable, logical, and easy to
answer... if there was a good answer. What a shock that you found them
too difficult. But it's good that you've revealed this vendor's
limitations, exactly as you do with your own. I strongly suggest that
if Teksolar plans to enter the US market, that they get a telephone, a
web site, email, and somebody who knows how to use all of those in a
timely manner. Oh, and they should read the web page below, and
disassociate themselves from quacks.

Wayne

http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm
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