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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: solar battery charger
Yes, but the efficiency of solar cells is terrible. Its one thing to use free sunlught to charge the cells, its another to have to pay the electric company to do it. If you can access the batteries in the solar rig easily and they are in the correct voltage range, I think you would be better off getting a battery tender (trickle charger). Just let the van sit outside until the batteries are fully charged, then connect the battery tender to keep it fully charged.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
you can get a trickle charger that attaches to the posts on the battery for like 20 bucks. easiest way to do it. if you know you aren't gonna drive the car for an extended period of time its money well spent.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Testimonial: "This in fact is what I ended up doing, Sears had its model on sale for $20. Car's outside so I needed to hide the charger; it's in engine compartment"
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