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There are no one-size-fits-all RV solar solutions
The solar system I installed works well because it's customized to suit our needs and style of camping. If you are planning to add solar power to your RV, I recommend you learn as much as possible up front. When the time comes to take your RV off-the-grid, you'll be ready to make informed decisions.
If you enjoy boondocking for days at a time in sunny locations (like the Southwest), then a permanently installed RV solar system could provide the energy independence you're looking for. However, you won't get a return on your solar investment if you stay primarily in full-hookup RV parks and campgrounds. You might instead keep a portable solar panel kit on-hand for those occasional boondocking or no-hookup situations.
Have you considered making your own MC4 solar cables? Let me show you how easy it is.
Why might you consider this over buying pre-assembled solar cables? The bottom line: you'll save you money on larger RV solar installations and get a more professional result. Unfortunately, I learned this the hard way by buying and chopping up lots of pre-wired cables.
The Drive Reach is the latest mobile cell phone booster from Weboost. Available for purchase in May 2019, the Drive Reach is very nice looking with a bold new red look and sturdy metal case. Both the Drive Reach and its predecessor, the Drive 4G-X, can boost cell phone signals up to 50 dB. So what's new?