Solar Generator Outdoors
PowerSource 1800 – Outdoors
Setting Up the Solar Generator Outdoors:
Setting Up the
In these two pictures (above and below), look closely and you'll see that the angle of the back legs are different. This enables the panel to be set at the correct angle for the sun for winter and summer.
In the winter position, there are handles on the backside of the
panel, so you don't have to reach down as far! (Come on, stretching IS
good for you!)
Another thing about the 'back legs' is that the bar (near the ground)
joining the two legs is handy for moving the panel around when it is set in
the summer position.
Quick 'n' Easy To Set Up ...
Quick 'n' Easy
To Set Up ...
It really didn't take long at all to set up the panel; in fact there
wasn't anything to do really, aside from setting the side bars to the
back legs. All the cable wiring is done – it really is 'plug and play'.
What took more time to do was unpacking the panel from its delivery box!
It is quite easy to move around, and if you want to keep it
locked into place, simply tighten up the screws that are mounted above
the wheels that lock against the tires ... and if you're in a windy
zone, then add something heavy across the back crossbar at the ground ... we use a concrete paver block we had lying around.
Running the Power Cord to the Indoors
Running the Power
Cord to the Indoors
I run the cord through my window closest to the generator which sits
on my wood floor. I don't move the generator from there (though you can
easily move it around if you want to!)
It's semi-hidden by a bench that sits to its left, so that it's
not visible from the front entry door! (yes that's important to us
women) – but it's still easily accessible (so that makes the men happy).
This page covered the outdoor part of setting it up, so please visit: Solar INDOORS to see what needs to be done if you haven't read that page already. Thank you.
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Setting it up INDOORS
Setting it up OUTDOORS
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