" 12 cells x 2v = 24V battery in the Hawker bank, each string 200 Ah X 3 strings, total 600 Ah. Net 14.4 kWhr
12 cells x 2v = 24V battery in the Emerson bank, each string 400 Ah X 3 strings, total 1200 Ah. Net 28.8 kWhr
12 solar panels @ 250W each = 3000 Watts. Available for 8 hours per day: Net 24,000 Watt-hours of Solar
Solar input may vary between 10kWhr and 30 kWhr on any given day.
12-ft WT at 4 m/sec average wind & 50% system efficiency = 200 Watt. Available for 4 hours per day: Net 800 Watt-hours of Wind
Wind input may vary between 0 kWhr and 5 kWhr on any given day. "
Thanks for that info (must save it) I don't really know my usage, the grid is used only for welding 16kwh last reading, but an old bill from 4 yrs back shows 350+ khw my system with the hawker batt is adequate, sunshine/wind in the caribbean (Barbados beats them all ) is great I just could not pass up on the EB4 6v , The 3000 w panels charge the hawkers quite good , many days before noon the cc goes into float,
Can't seem to find much info on the EB4 have a look at their web site , suggest stacking the batt vertical