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Lead Acid (Sealed and flooded) / Free PSN Codes Generator 2022
« Last post by rardDeate on Today at 02:14:01 PM »
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The "KID" charge controller / Re: KID Blade fuse replacement
« Last post by ClassicCrazy on September 25, 2021, 09:30:56 PM »
Hi Phillip..,  Welcome to the Forum.

Found this in one of the KID manuals:

"Type ATC   32V  30 Amps Max"

Also on the MidNite Solar site,  there is a reference to Plug-in Breakers:
http://www.midnitesolar.com/pdfs/D_1610_ENG.pdf

Do not know if current generation KIDs ship with one/some of the above breakers.

FWIW,   Vic
why am I thinking that they have 40 amp fuses in them ? Now I will have to go look . Yes mine has 40 amp fuses in it.
Mine was one of the original beta Kids but seems to me I sent it back in for repair sometime and it came back with a new and improved inside board.
And the 40 amp fuses .

Larry
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The "KID" charge controller / Re: KID Blade fuse replacement
« Last post by Vic on September 25, 2021, 06:57:07 PM »
Hi Phillip..,  Welcome to the Forum.

Found this in one of the KID manuals:

"Type ATC   32V  30 Amps Max"

Also on the MidNite Solar site,  there is a reference to Plug-in Breakers:
http://www.midnitesolar.com/pdfs/D_1610_ENG.pdf

Do not know if current generation KIDs ship with one/some of the above breakers.

FWIW,   Vic
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The "KID" charge controller / KID Blade fuse replacement
« Last post by philipbasehart on September 25, 2021, 05:18:14 PM »
What are the proper size blade fuses for the KID?
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General Discussion / Re: The best supplier of electronic components
« Last post by qrper on September 25, 2021, 12:16:17 PM »
A one year warranty on electronic parts? Damn, sign me up! I've been know to toast a few power MOSFETs from time to time.

mike
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Raspberry PI / Re: CCDM - Charge Controller Data Manager
« Last post by Fort Wisers on September 25, 2021, 06:29:46 AM »
Hi...I continue pondering exactly the same thing. Best I can think of is effortlessness in light of the fact that in manual mode it's an implicit switch and surprisingly the cheapie PWMs guarantee to have over-burden security on the heap terminals. I don't exactly get what Zil is getting at since the heap terminals can be utilized when there is no sun oriented info, accordingly it's additionally provided by the battery,

In case it was dependent upon me, I'd wire it up to the battery with a wire and committed switch. Regardless of whether there was an explanation I chose to utilize the heap terminals I would meld that too. (I combine the heap terminal yield for the PWMs I use for planned open air lighting).

All that said, in fact there doesn't appear to be anything amiss with utilizing the heap terminals the manner in which the OP proposes as long as they are appraised for the current draw of the siphon and suitable wire size is utilized and so on.


Not sure this response was meant to be in this thread? Seems unrelated....
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General Discussion / Re: The best supplier of electronic components
« Last post by Vic on September 24, 2021, 04:31:09 PM »
This MUST be spam !  Looks and smells like spam.

But it is the kind of spam that I like so will leave it here for the moment.

I have no idea what is meant by "one year warranty" though.  Components don't usually have a warranty per se'

boB

PS, don't forget digikey.com and mouser.com among others.

Yes boB,  it does reek of being Spam   ...   AND,  it really seems to be more devious that is customary Spam,  in that one might guess that the OP is  also associated with the company mentioned by "candice",   IMO.

FWIW,   73 boB,   Vic
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General Discussion / Re: The best supplier of electronic components
« Last post by boB on September 24, 2021, 02:01:20 PM »
This MUST be spam !  Looks and smells like spam.

But it is the kind of spam that I like so will leave it here for the moment.

I have no idea what is meant by "one year warranty" though.  Components don't usually have a warranty per se'

boB

PS, don't forget digikey.com and mouser.com among others.

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General Discussion / Re: The best supplier of electronic components
« Last post by candice on September 24, 2021, 05:06:54 AM »
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If you come to our company to purchase components, you will enjoy a one-year warranty. We guarantee that the quality is original and new. If there is quality problem, you can return and refund payment at any time.

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General Discussion / The best supplier of electronic components
« Last post by kiki9 on September 24, 2021, 04:07:52 AM »
Where can I find the best supplier of electronic components? Is there a good supplier recommendation? Thanks!
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