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The New Way to RV: Harnessing Solar Power
Solar Power - The New Trend in Recreational Vehicles

Are you confined to certain rv parks because you need electricity? Or are you using a generator that costs too much in gas? Would you like to be independent of these confinements and gas costs?

Consider trying RV Solar Panel Kits, they can give you the freedom to travel anywhere you want for as long as you want without worry. Your generator will now act as an accessory rather than a necessity and may eliminate it all together.

A Solar Power Panel or Kit is designed to keep your RV batteries charged so you can have light and operate other RV appliances. This allows you to go anywhere you want in the USA. Every year thousands of people install solar charging systems on their RV's. Why? A solar system can put an end to battery worries, allowing you to dry camp without giving up the luxury of electricity. From simple battery maintenance to full-time live aboard power, Solar RV Kits come in a range of sizes and can be installed on RV's, campers, trailers, 5th wheels and motor homes. Click here for more on RV solar panels.

What to Consider When Selecting a Solar Battery

When Selecting a Solar Battery Charger for Your RV Consider These Items:

1. Batteries are exposed to varying temperature extremes:
If not taken into consideration, this can lead to plate sulfating and/or excess water loss. It is important to include battery temperature compensation in the charge controller.

2. Operating of solar panels:
Solar panels operate at higher than normal temperatures when laid flat on the roof of RV's, from which they suffer a voltage drop. Make sure your solar panels are rated at about 17 volts or higher in order to allow for this voltage drop and still be able to fully charge your battery.

3. Use of charge controllers:
The use of incorrect charge controllers may lead to unsatisfactory performance and possible battery damage.

What Type of System Do You Need?

The selection of a power system starts with a look at your current power needs and the type of camping you enjoy (i.e. weekend, extended or full time). If your power demands increase for any reason, solar systems are easily expanded.

If you are interested in having freedom to travel anywhere in the USA consider Solar Power. For more information on Solar Power kits, solar rv battery chargers, visit at Insideyourrv.com.

(Source: InsideYourRV)

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