Carl, I'll be glad to help, but I need more information.

What controller do you have?    What amp/hour capacity batteries do you
have?   The CCA (cranking amps)  is not at all relative to the amp/hour
capacity.   The marine batteries are around 100 to 115 amp/hour at most.

It sounds like nowhere near enough panels or batteries.

Mark



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From: "Carl A Jeptha" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 11:03 AM
Subject: [WISPA] 1st Solar project


> Just setup my first solar power system. Having a problem though.
> we have three solar panels delivering 75 watts. We have two deep cycle
> batteries each with 1000 cranking amps.
> All this powers two tranzeos -  tr5a-24f and a 6000.
> We cannot seem to maintain power on this setup.
> Located in Ontario Canada.
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