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    Quote Originally Posted by mistericeman View Post
    Doesnt do half the stuff the BM2 does though... ;-)
    Please enlighten me, I can't see that it actually 'does' anything, other than provide information.
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    Gives you a fairly accurate indication of charge going in and estimated time to being fully charged... and same for time to discharge depending on the load at anyone time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistericeman View Post
    Gives you a fairly accurate indication of charge going in and estimated time to being fully charged... and same for time to discharge depending on the load at anyone time.
    I have more things in life to get on with never mind clock watching,but to each there own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Volt amps to 100ah meter ebay under 4 bucks 142060957342.
    I don't do Chinese tat. My van was expensive and the things I put on it are high quality and look factory fitted. In fact factory fitted is my motto thanks for the suggestion though

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    Speaking of Chinese Tat I wonder where the BM 2 is made

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    I don't do Chinese tat. My van was expensive and the things I put on it are high quality and look factory fitted. In fact factory fitted is my motto thanks for the suggestion though

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    Daisymini's new solar panels are giving a nice charge for a cold Winters morning.

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    What set up do you have please? Hope to get solar fitted in the next couple of weeks.

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    350 watts connected to a Ring RSCDC30 RSCDC30 | DC/DC Battery SmartCharger | SmartChargePro
    Oops thankyou.

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    CIMG4105.jpg I managed 7.5amp with 400 watts of solar lol

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    I typically get 2.25a from my 40w Bosch panel, measured with my clamp meter, it's free standing and the output shoots up when you point it at the sun compared to being flat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fletch6 View Post
    I typically get 2.25a from my 40w Bosch panel, measured with my clamp meter, it's free standing and the output shoots up when you point it at the sun compared to being flat.
    I presume that is in midsummer at around midday in sunny conditions?
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