Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W2JKT, Oct 9, 2019.
Nah dang auto-corret.
That sally otto carat
Ah lake carrots!
Now that is funny stuff, I don't care who you are. You actually think 25 to 30 Kwh per day is scaling back. You have no idea how funny that is.
Here is the joke: The national average for daily use is less than 10 Kwh per day. What you call scaling back is 300% more than the rest of us use. You are a huge energy hog. No two ways about it.
That was on purpose.
Did it on Porpoise
Thank you for your comment.
These are the kinds of things that make QRZ so unique.
I couldn't resist looking up the data.
Your "JPL engineer" has not calculated his installation correctly. Sounds like he needs more panels if he's running down his batteries in 8 days and can't keep them up. In the real world it CAN all balance out and not be subject to a tomcat running across the back yard triggering yard lights. Intermittent consumption is very much a part of the 'inventory' I mentioned earlier.