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Using Your Own Solar Panels with the Titan

If you’re considering using the Point Zero Energy Titan to store electricity from your own solar panels, you’re in luck! The Point Zero Energy Titan is the most versatile portable solar generator on the market. Built with efficient, quality components, the Titan provides reliable solar backup for any situation. One thing that makes the Titan portable solar generator standout from other competitors is the ability to use your own solar panels as well as the Point Zero Energy solar panels.

Are you thinking about using your own solar panels with the Point Zero Energy Titan? If so, it’s important to make sure your solar panels are arranged in a way that produces the right amount of electricity. Let’s break it down!

  • Make sure the panels are properly connected: In order for your solar panels to produce electricity, they need to be properly connected to your generator. This typically involves connecting the positive and negative wires from the panels to the corresponding positive and negative terminals on the generator. It’s important to follow the instructions for proper connection to ensure that your panels are able to charge the generator effectively. Adding solar panels in series, adds the voltage of each solar panel but does not add the current, where connecting in parallel adds the current, but not the voltage. It is extremely important that the voltage is within the range or your solar generator. You can check out the below image or the full owner’s manual here.
  • Arrange the panels in a way that produces the correct voltage: In order for your solar panels to properly charge the Titan generator, they need to produce a voltage in the range for your solar generator. Arranging your solar panels in a way that produces the correct voltage is crucial for ensuring that your portable solar generator is able to charge effectively. If the voltage produced by your panels falls outside of this range, it can cause problems with the charging process. If the voltage is lower than lower level, the generator will not charge. On the other hand, if the voltage is higher than max voltage, it can potentially damage the MPPT controller.
  • Position the panels to maximize sunlight exposure: To get the most out of your solar panels, it’s important to position them in a way that maximizes their exposure to sunlight. This typically means placing them in a location that gets direct sunlight for most of the day, such as on a roof or in a sunny yard. Maximizing the exposure of your solar panels to sunlight is crucial for getting the most out of your portable solar generator. The more sunlight your panels are able to capture, the more power they will be able to produce, which can help ensure that your generator is able to charge more efficiently.

Properly arranging your solar panels is crucial for ensuring that your portable solar generator is able to charge effectively. By making sure your panels are properly connected and positioned to produce a voltage between 35-145V DC, you can help ensure that your generator is able to charge efficiently and avoid potential damage to the MPPT controller. By following these simple guidelines and paying attention to the voltage produced by your own panels, you can get the most out of your Titan portable solar generator and ensure that you have a reliable source of power whenever and wherever you need it.

The Titan portable solar generator is a powerful and versatile choice for anyone looking to use their own solar panels. Its ability to use a wide range of solar panels, combined with its high power output and reliable performance, make it an ideal choice for a wide range of power needs.

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