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I have an AC amp meter on my single MOT machine.It pulls only 1.5Amps at 220V input. why do you think you need more power?Your MOTs are in parallel so their output voltage will be the same and in phase.Wouldn't you want to put them in series? althought it would require connecting the 'positive' output of the first to the core (ground) of the second..... not sure if that's safe or advisable.cheers
Solar panels are far from cheap here in europe. about $2per nominal Watt.One can come across $0.8 per watt but often used or destocking.
Inother issue I can see coming up is that of dirt accumulation in the troughs of the array.is there a glass or acrylic material that would let some light pass through one direction and reflect it form the other? putting that on a flat pannel would also harness more of the otherwise wasted reflected light. thanks for the experiement. great idea and execution.
Those are awesome.I've heard (fom vid) or read that it is better to use sodium carbonate instead of sodium bicarbonate. Your experience seems to show it doesn't matter.Any insight into this issue?
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