I recently ordered a Ryobi riding lawn mower. Living off the grid and relying exclusively on solar panels for power, I was especially intrigued by a mower that could be off the grid as well. Any reduction in trips to the gas station is a good thing in my book 😉 For those that are inquisitive like me, here are some of the battery specs: 48V battery system [(4) x 12V batteries in series = 48V] AGM batteries ~2 hours or
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Q. Can you charge a Goal Zero Yeti Lithium Ion battery with two chargers at once? A. Yes, you can utilize two chargers at once to charge the Yeti 3000, Yeti 1400, and Yeti 1000 lithium-ion batteries. Please see the photo below: Further explanation: By utilizing the front charger port and the compartment charging port, you can double the number of charging watts/amps. With two chargers you can charge at around 105 watts or more. With a single charger, the max
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My family has lived off the grid for the past 25 years. No power lines, no phone lines and no utility bills. Over those many years, we have primarily used solar panels for our electricity needs. They do a stellar job, however, occasionally in rare multi-week cloudy periods we still need a good backup generator. We have used a variety of generators over the years, with our traditional favorite being Honda. However, four years ago I bought my first WEN generator.
Ahh, yard mowing… the task that must be done but generally requires gas, noise, dirt and general unpleasantness. As such, I strive to make mowing less of a burden and more enjoyable. Switching over to electric mowers for a portion of our yard has made mowing about as good as it can get. Except for maybe a robot mower, but that will be for another post 😉 I checked out dozens of corded electric mowers and put them through their
On Sat, Jun 25, 2016 at 10:25 AM, J.H.S. wrote: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00A8TRKJW?ref=olp_product_details Do I need to order quiet a few of these for current and future panel installation? The connectors on the two new panels seem exceptionally good. (PS: I don’t recall using these connectors in the past (if I’m wrong about previous usage, please let me know with some info. on which panels I might have used them on.) MC connectors are handy to have around! If you need to make custom cables on
This is the CJ-6 Jeep that my dad purchased new in 1973. In 1996 we restored it for my 16th birthday. I drove until I graduated high school in 1999. There are many fun memories associated with this Jeep 🙂 Model year: 1973 (produced May 1973) CJ-6 VIN: J3F84FVE6XXXX Engine number: 321XXXX Engine: 232, AMC inline six Misc: 101″ wheelbase Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR): 4500 GAWR front: 1900 GAWR rear: 2250
Looking for unboxing photos for the Eero wifi system? Look no further! Overall the unboxing impression is quite good. I’ll get into actual setup and performance in the full review. I’ll also caption the photos soon 😉 Photos taken with an Olympus OMD E-M10, kit lens and FL-600R.