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Old 15-11-2010, 22:09   #31
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Originally Posted by sailvayu View Post
The reason for the larger cables is to eliminate voltage drop to the controller which is sensing voltage, I do not understand the #10 max though that sounds odd? I would re read that one and double check
Not familiar with that particular device, but many solar charge controllers use push-in spring-loaded connections that are limited by the diameter of the wire holes.
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