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Old 07-10-2014, 06:59 AM   #1
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new ETI solar panel

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Do you know whether or not the new solar panels are inter-changeable with the older, 95 Watt units (specifically in terms of mounting bracket locations)?
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Jim,
Do you know whether or not the new solar panels are inter-changeable with the older, 95 Watt units (specifically in terms of mounting bracket locations)?
- Rich
Hi: Zardoz... I believe the new panels are the same size only more efficient. Alf
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Do you know whether or not the new solar panels are inter-changeable with the older, 95 Watt units (specifically in terms of mounting bracket locations)?
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I was hoping Reace would answer that….I'm sending ETI an email.
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I was hoping Reace would answer that….I'm sending ETI an email.
This post contains important information from the factory about the operation of our refrigerators. Please let's keep it on that topic.
Could a moderator please start a new topic concerning the solar panels.

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Old 07-10-2014, 11:14 AM   #5
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This post contains important information from the factory about the operation of our refrigerators. Please let's keep it on that topic.
Could a moderator please start a new topic concerning the solar panels.

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My bad for derailing this thread; sorry. Looks like Jim as set things straight.
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GoPowers website shows the 160's at 26.5"x58.3".

http://gpelectric.com/files/gpelectr...CTI-160_vA.pdf

The 95's are 20.8" x 40.8"
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Is ETI using GoPower's 160w system?
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My bad for derailing this thread; sorry. Looks like Jim as set things straight.
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Jim,
and miss the opportunity to mod your solar .

I think there is room for a second panel on top of the 21
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GoPowers website shows the 160's at 26.5"x58.3".

http://gpelectric.com/files/gpelectr...CTI-160_vA.pdf

The 95's are 20.8" x 40.8"
I measured the panels on my 19' and they are 20 3/4" wide. There is only 24 3/4" between the MaxiFan and the air conditioner cover so the bigger panel wouldn't fit a 19' like mine.
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