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The solar panel array is eight watt panels or watts total. With a average solar day of 5 hours, watts times 5 hours equals watts or 4 KiloWatts 4KW. The battery bank capacity is AmpHours at 12 volts.
At the fastest speed, it can be a real challenge to keep things under control. Click the drop down arrow to change speeds. This way you can take your time turning appliances on or off and changing the Sun Intensity. The Simulator clock can also be reset so you can make timed runs to see how long it would take to charge or discharge the batteries under a variety of configurations.
Also, the drop down arrow allows you to change the Simulator speed from real time to 1 sec equals 30 minutes of Simulator time. Real time is 1 sec equals 1 sec sim time and is kind of boring Setting the Sun Intensity Changing the Sun Intensity gives you a way to represent real world weather conditions.
At times you will find you cannot increase the Sun Intensity beyond a certain point. The reason for this is that when the batteries are completely charged, the Sun Intensity setting will reduce automatically to simulate the action of the Charge Controller whose main job in the real world is to prevent overcharging of the batteries.
Hover the mouse cursor over the indicator lights for each appliance to see how many amps DC it will use. What the 5 Meters used in the Simulator show: In a real Solar Energy Electric Power System, a single quality multi-function meter is capable of displaying all the readings of the first 4 meters in the Simulator.
To better see what is happening, the Simulator displays all these readings at the same time. I added the AC meter so you can easily see that the power the appliances use does not go into the batteries.
The Simulator uses 8 solar panels rated at watts each for a total output of 4 KiloWatts based on an average solar day of 5 hours.
The meter will display 0 amps to 56 amps in 8 amp increments. This power can charge the batteries or run appliances.
Of course, any power the appliances use will not go into the batteries. If you are using more power than the solar panels are delivering, this number will be negative and you will be using power stored in your battery bank.
At the same time you will notice the AmpHour meter become more negative as your batteries lose charge.
The batteries have all they want! If it is below If greater than To see the actual battery voltage, turn off all appliances and set sun intensity to 0. The voltage level will now be determined solely by the AmpHour reading.
If you are only a little negative, it will probably show full The Simulator uses a battery bank size of AmpHours of battery capacity. In practice this number will normally be negative unless the battery bank is fully charged.
As power is withdrawn from the batteries the negative reading will increase. When the meter reading reaches 0, the battery bank is fully charged.Pump gas molecules to a box and see what happens as you change the volume, add or remove heat, change gravity, and more.
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