HOW TO Connect Two Solar Panels In Series – Today, I am going to show you how to connect to panels in series and then connect them into the solar generator. This is the most straightforward and easiest way to hook up solar panels. So, I’m going to show you how to wire them up and then connect them in.
HOW TO Connect Two Solar Panels In Series
We can start watching you charge the Bluetty together that’s the 1500 max Bluetty. So, here we go, okay so I flipped the panel’s around, as you can see here, both of these having a positive and a negative terminal. You’re going to be able to see this here.
This shows positive, this shows negative. You go positive to negative, and just like this. What is going to remain? What’s going to be left out are negative and positive? These are going to go into the solar extension cable that’s there, and then directly into your solar generator and start charging it.
So, let’s watch this in action okay. So, when you get your generator, this is the adapter cable that comes with it. It has a negative and positive adapter right here, and this will plug into the front of the Bluetty which will allow you to start charging by solar.
So, it’s actually not super Sun, the other day we’re not getting direct sunlight, but we’ll see how this does. So, with the positives and negatives that are still out of here, I’m going to connect that into the adapter. Now, come close to the generator here, and we’re just gonna plug it in, and see what happens.
The green light instantly starts coming on, you can see, that one hundred and forty-five hundred, and forty-eight hundred and fifty. We’re still going up the MPPT is kicking in 161, 163, and it’s just that simple. That’s as easy as it is to start connecting with solar panels.
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