• Morning Low ::12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39 | < 12.03    
    Yield :: 900 | 540 | 230 | 100 | 90
    Morning Low is the voltage before any use, maybe before sunrise :)
    Yield is the power used including the inverter. ~  I  Indicates Inverter Use (Fridge +)


    4th December ::: ML V=12.79Y=110Wh
    3rd December ::: ML V=12.55Y=110Wh
    2nd December :: ML V=12.62Y=140Wh
    1st December ::: ML V=12.81Y=270Wh    I 

  • Morning Low ::12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39 | < 12.03    
    Yield :: 900 | 540 | 230 | 100 | 90
    Morning Low is the voltage before any use, maybe before sunrise :)
    Yield is the power used including the inverter. ~  I  Indicates Inverter Use (Fridge +)


    30th November : ML V=12.64   Y=70Wh
    29th November : ML V=12.67Y=490Wh    I 
    28th November : ML V=12.69Y=90Wh
    27th November : ML V=12.60Y=160Wh
    26th November : ML V=12.64Y=610Wh    I 
    25th November : ML V=12.56Y=220Wh
    24th November : ML V=12.56Y=100Wh
    23rd November : ML V=12.59Y=110Wh
    22nd November: ML V=12.63Y=80Wh
    21st November : ML V=12.57Y=50Wh
    20th November : ML V=12.54Y=40Wh
    19th November : ML V=12.51Y=260Wh
    18th November : ML V=12.53Y=70Wh
    17th November : ML V=12.59Y=20Wh
    16th November : ML V=12.67Y=110Wh
    15th November : ML V=12.51Y=190Wh
    14th November : ML V=12.69Y=10Wh
    13th November : ML V=12.63Y=330Wh
    12th November : ML V=12.51Y=230Wh
    11th November : ML V=12.67Y=30Wh
    10th November : ML V=12.51Y=250Wh
    9th November ::: ML V=12.59Y=60Wh
    8th November ::: ML V=12.67Y=90Wh
    7th November ::: ML V=12.67Y=140Wh
    6th November ::: ML V=12.61Y=530Wh    I 
    5th November ::: ML V=12.60Y=660Wh    I 
    4th November ::: ML V=12.60Y=340Wh    I 
    3rd November ::: ML V=12.67Y=170Wh
    2nd November :: ML V=12.54Y=240Wh
    1st November ::: ML V=12.67Y=50Wh

  • From the batteries 12 volts is fed to a mash-up via 16² (110A)

    12 volt distribution set up
    Mash-up for 12 volt distribution.
    The heavy cables are 1. from the battery and 2. through the wall to [dist-box1]

    The first port of call is a fuse box, from which currently there are three loads.

    The main load is the ring-main to the main room. This goes via 20A fuse to a small distribution box in the main room, from which it goes to another distribution box by the computer station.

    Nov 20th

    fttp gear supply12
    12volt supply to fttp gear is via the right switch with the green marker

  • Sadly the jaws on the Nipex do not meet and the bevel of the 'cutting' edge is so shallow that it is more like a crimper. Farnell are refunding me the cost and leaving me with the duff tool as it is not worth the returns cost etc.

    Knipex
    Knipex 7AWG cable stripper jaws

    Knipex 7AWG Stripper result
    Knipex 7AWG cable stripper effect on 6mm cable

  • 12 volt distribution bo1
    Initial ring-main distribution box

    12 volt distribution box for computer station
    Distribution box for computer workstation.

  • The overlap with the 230v Mains: external is that they both take power from the inverter via a fuse box. There the fuse box feeds two internal circuits. The extension connection goes to the previously used three gang flying extension, now pretty much fixed to the wall and a 6A fuse that feeds a line to a) a junction box from where a cable goes through the wall to a 2 gang socket,

    Wooden 2 gang socket


    and to
    b) feed to another junction box to a 2 gang socket installed above the tool bench, and also
    c) feeds a third 2 gang socket in the corner of the computer desk.
    Cable running to 2gang socket at computer station