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Topic # 239521 21-Jul-2018 22:06
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I have two identical solar panels which came with supplied wiring. I understand of I wire them in series I would be adding the voltage together and the amperage would remain the same? Does this mean I can use the supplied wiring if I wire them in series as it would be the same amperage as a single panel?

 

Panels are not new so it is not a case of ask the shop / manufacturer.


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  Reply # 2060196 21-Jul-2018 23:10
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Because it is a series circuit - Yes.

 

Depending on how long your cable runs will be, you might still need to use larger wires to keep voltage drop low.






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