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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by b_arrington, Jan 22, 2018.
Do you have any photos of how you ran through the cockpit and into the engine room...
Along the same lines. I am removing a rigid solar panel and controller from the Sabre. PO was on a mooring and used it to keep starting batteries up. We are never going back to a mooring so it’s coming off the cabin top. If anyone wants it drop me a pm and I’ll send the details.
I ran the solar panel wires through the Arch to charge controller which was mounted on panel next to Battery switch. From there I ran 2 wires directly to the batteries. I ran them through hole where the main feeder wires go behind the Battery switch.
I don’t have pictures but i can take some next time I’m at the Boat. It was fairly easy to run the wires.
The parts I used to make my solar panel rack came from gemini marine products, there are a few options as far as configuring what you wand and their site is helpful I procurred my tubing locally . I did not find any other source for the concave perpendicular fork mountand I live in a major boating area. The order shipped quickly and arrived without issue even though i am out of country
Did flexible solar panels this year. I’m on the hook every weekend for at least three days. Only run generator for hot water and blender.