HOW TO Connecting Solar Panels to the EcoFlow Delta
HOW TO Connecting Solar Panels to the EcoFlow Delta – Max from shop solar kits showing you the final setup. Looks like for the 400-watt complete solar kit is we have two panels in series. Two panels in series both sets of series are connected in parallel, and that runs into the bluetti, or it can run into the Delta.
|HOW TO: Connecting Solar Panels to the Bluetti, EcoFlow Delta & Any Other Solar Powered Generator|
HOW TO Connecting Solar Panels to the EcoFlow Delta
In this video, I’m going to show you, what comes in a complete kit, how to set up the complete kit, and how to run it into your generator. Their power, as you can see, we have these tipped up here, if you follow me around, we actually kind of macgyvered. It here, they’re just sitting up on rocks, right now, we’re not getting great sunlight here.
It’s kind of the end of the day, we’re not tilting them in the ideal position right now, but we’re going to give you an overview of how to do everything, and what comes into your kit. At the end of the day here, with terrible Sun, we’re getting close to 300 watts from the 4 panel.
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So, not the end of the world, but this is gonna be an overview video for everything, you need to do is set it up. Now, if you wanted to plug one solar panel into your generator, this is the back of a 100-watt 12-volt solar panel, with the male and the female lead, if you wanted to plug that into the Delta, you literally snap them together, like this, snap it together like this, and put that panel in the Sun.
And you’ll start charging it’s, that simple. You can do that with the bluetti’s as well, you just plug one end into the bluetti, the other end in like this, snap male-female, and you start charging. There’s no issue, so what some customers like to do, and you can choose to get. If you want, is some MC for an extension cable. This is just that, I believe this is 10 or 15 feet of MC 4 extension cabling,
So, if you wanted to say keep your panel in the Sun, and your generator in the shade, all you would do, would be plug one end like this, male and female mate, and then the other end of the extension cable will go into the adapter for the solar. Now, you have an extra 15 feet of distance between your solar panel and the generator.
It’s that simple if you want to do two solar panels, it’s as simple as this, you take the feet, the male lead off the back of one, and the female lead off the back of the other, connect them like this. This is called connecting solar panels in series positive to negative, and what you’re left with is a female and a male lead, what you would do, then is plug this into the adapter, plug it into the adapter, and put these panels in the Sun, and your charger.
You do that the exact same with the bluetti here, plug it in, and you can start charging, put these pounds in the Sun. It’s no issue want to have further distance these two panels from the generator, you take your extension cable. The two cables that are off the back of the generator, plug in the other end of, this goes to the adapter, and you now have an extra ten feet of cabling to plug it.
It’s that simple, now, for 100 watts 12-volt solar panels. This is how you do it, the generators have a 60-volt max input, all that means is, when you connect two panels in series, what you’re doing is increasing the voltage. You’re doubling the voltage, and if you connected all foreign series, you would trip over-voltage protection on the generators.
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So, what you need to do is, have two sets of series, one set of series panels here, another set of series panels here, and then you connect both sets of series into these branch connectors, which is going to connect these two sets in parallel, and that’s how you are if you buy a 400 watt kit on the shop.
We include the branch connectors that you need, and we include MC for extension cabling as well, so, we’ve connected both sets of panels in series, and you really can’t screw this out. You’ll see here, there’s a male and female lead off of this, and two female and two male. So, you take only the cables that are leftover, you have one leftover male, that will go into the female port here, you have one leftover female from this battle going to the male port.
You’ll have one left male on this side, so that goes into the female, and then you’ll have another leftover female here, and that goes into them into the male side. Just that simple, now as you can see, with this we’ve got a female and a male leftover from the branch connectors, and we plug that into our extension cable. One red goes here, and boom you’ve got two sets of series in parallel, and now the other end of the MC for cable goes into the adapters here, and your stand, you put the panels in the Sun and you’re good to go.