Bioenno Solar Setup

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by WJ6F, Sep 28, 2018.

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  1. AE8F

    AE8F Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Hello Craig. I liked your video and your QRZ page. We are like minded in many ways. I also have a stable of Yaesu equipment.
    Take care Hiram.

    73
    Pat
     
  2. W8QAS

    W8QAS Ham Member QRZ Page

    You left out the fact that your Lead Acid can only be recharged about 500 times. Whereas these can be recharged more than 2000. In addition, These lose about the same charge in a year that the lead acid lose in a month. I just can't picture you lugging around a 300 Ah lead acid battery. My first experience with these were in my motorcycle. It performed so well that over the three years I kept my bike, it paid for itself in performance & reliability, not to mention not having to connect a Battery Tender to it every winter. Nothing like rolling the bike out in the spring and having it fire up on the third crank.
     
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  3. N6ONC

    N6ONC Ham Member QRZ Page

    Any reason for only running 70 W with this set up? I have a similar set up and run out 100 W. Just curious.
     
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  4. KQ4MM

    KQ4MM XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Mainly to reduce current draw down some to extend battery run time, the difference between 100w and 70w is very little on the receive end anyway.
     
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  5. G3SEA

    G3SEA Ham Member QRZ Page

    Good new product for SOTA, Emcomms and Portable work :cool:

    G3SEA/KH6
     
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