Solar Power System || Simple, basic, cost-effictive and efficient!

I recently installed a 100 watt solar panel system on Brittany and my Winnebago (Winnie). In this video I provide some good information to help others in their potential solar system installs. However, I wanted to create an article where I could share more details with my experience and recommendations with solar panel unit installations. I did a lot of research before and during my install. My hope is that this video and the article combines the research I did with the personal experience I had and provides you with enough information to get you prepared, equipped and excited for your solar system installation whether it is on your RV, boat, garage, shed or home.

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Check out a detailed video of the install in Winnie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tElO3Io7zZA

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20 Responses to Solar Power System || Simple, basic, cost-effictive and efficient!

  1. Idaho Rider says:

    I am a new subscriber. In about 10 months I am selling my house & going full time RV. (Class – C). It is just me so about a 25 ft. RV. I do plan to add solar. That is a must in my book. Your video and information is valuable to me. Thank you.

  2. Bo Lep says:

    How about a generator?

  3. Derrek Sainz says:

    Excellent!!

  4. Merline Labissiere says:

    Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to build my shipping container

  5. Jennifer Franco says:

    Thank you so much! This really makes us excited to get solar installed on our camper in a couple of months. Since our handyman skills are nonexistent, self installation won't happen….but, for those with some skills (and confidence heh), it looks like kind of a fun and rewarding project 🙂

  6. No Mortgage Nomad says:

    Thanks for the great info Connor. Just curious, the link and picture of the UPG U1 Golf cart battery says its a 12V battery but I thought you said its 6 V. Just wondering because I'd love to get these. Thanks my friend !!

  7. Jesus Christhole says:

    Can i do this on my suv?

  8. NARFALICIOUS says:

    Any reason you chose the 6V instead of 12V batteries ? Cost?

  9. gotbletu says:

    Bro, stop stealing from the sun

  10. Vince Amendola says:

    I have been off the grid on solar for 2.5 years now and I have to agree it so worth the little bit of time and it is easy!

  11. VeganVlogs says:

    Awesome! ive been thinking about getting a system. Thanks for the info

  12. Alberto Scatto says:

    Excellent video ! So many precious information !
    Thanks

  13. Constantine says:

    thanks buddy… you are so helpful..

  14. das hasguns says:

    Great video ty.

  15. Basil Lemongrass says:

    You so rock! Thank you so much for breaking it down so well. I cannot wait! Happy Blessings!

  16. Leon Milner says:

    Lots of solar panels are able to withstand big hail at like 90 km/hr at 90 degrees. They are quite durable, and I don't think acorns will be a problem for you Connor!

  17. D3no says:

    dude, think you got a pixel out on your camera, slightly top left of centre. great vid btw

  18. Hazi Simone says:

    Conor you rock! Thank you for taking time to share this with us AND for the added bonus of your article. This is def great information. Much love to you! 🙂

  19. Shannon Cunningham says:

    Saweeeet

  20. candy coated dreams says:

    you have done it again!!! amazing!!!! love you

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