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    DoD: Depth of Discharge. Refers to what percentage of the total battery capacity can be used regularly without damaging the battery. For example, with a Lead Acid battery, a 50% voltage reading should be considered 0% power left, and you should stop using power. 

    Mounts in nutshell:

    Z brackets (Weekend Warrior Kit) Z-shaped brackets used for mounting individual panels to a flat surface, such as the roof of a caravan or a shed. These offer a simple and easy set-up, and are ideal for when you only have one or two panels to mount.

    The Universal Roof Mount allows you to mount your panels flat on any type of roof along a pair of rails. The rails are attached to the roof with L-shaped brackets, and the panels are clamped to the rails, making it much easier to mount four or more panels on your roof.

    The Ground mount allows you to mount your panels on the ground along a pair of rails. The rails are attached to a triangular frame, and the panels are clamped to the rails. The frame is mounted on something secured in the ground, such as wooden posts, and the angle can be adjusted during the install by varying the distance between the points where the frame meets the ground structure.

    The Corrugated Iron Roof mount performs similarly to the universal roof mount, but it is a rail-free option that sits in the grooves of corrugated iron. The mounts are secured to the roof and then the panels are clamped onto them directly instead of rails.  

    The Tilt mount allows you to mount your panels on a flat or low pitch roof with an angle to maximise the solar energy, and the angle can be adjusted by up to 15 degrees after the initial install. The rails are attached to a triangular frame mounted to the roof, and the panels are clamped to the rails.

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