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Picking Between 130 Watt and 90 Watt Solar Panels for No Boundaries 10.6 Camper  


Best solar panels for No Boundaries 10.6 solar ready Rv ? I was considering the 130 or 90 watt portable


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The bigger the solar panels you go with from Go Power the more wattage you end up getting so between the 130 watt kit part # 34282730 and the # 34282729 I'd go with the 130 watt kit. The length is only 10 inches longer so overall you get more wattage without sacrificing that much space when storing them.

The amperage also increases from 4.4 amps to 6.74 amps to.

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I have a 2019 Winnebago 22c. The fridge run only on battery power, no propane option. We like to camp in forests, so installing solar to the top of the RV isn't the best idea. I have a pair of 12v batteries under the entry stairs. My major need is to keep the batteries fresh and full to keep the fridge cold (I am a diabetic who needs insulin). We do use some lights at night and occasionally watch tv at night. How do I wire the kit to charge the two batteries? Do I connect it to each battery (so I would need to split the line and go pos/neg to each or do I just wire it to one battery and if that one is full it will charge the other? Will the 130 kit be sufficient?

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