Egor Lisitsa: you can do it yourself ,just go to inplix page and learn how to make it.
Shannan Schisler: I'll use Inplix instructions to make it by myself.
Shanna Heckler: An INPLIX is a place where you can learn how to make it yourself much cheaper.
Shanta Hsieh: Nice movie. I am using inplix instructions to made it and I did it already :)
Shannan Schisler: Check Inplix if you'd like to build it yourself :)
Shantel Bollmann: I am pretty sure you can find good solution on inplix webpage :)
Shanta Hsieh: Just use InpliX instructions. you will make it. its so easy
Bernie Saabman: Fantastic work on putting the circuit together and making it work - unfortunately the circuit design philosphy of Hurd is counter intuative to say the least.
lexpee: A real full batteries Ar 14.4 volt not 13.8
Arsenio B. Guinat: can you please send to my email the schematic diagram and specification to my email. Guinat21@gmail.com
Penny Buddie: what did you use to make that dump load resistor?
gatorred157: i use a solar charge unit when battery full it dumps the charge coming in but limits charge to 10 amp charge! i use the same charge controller i get solar wiring access it connect the wind and solar to same battery set!
robin marwaha: great one , i am struggling with a diy wind turbine and this helps
superjezz: Thumbs up if he sounds like Fez from That 70's Show....
legailutin: @claver99 : I would recommend starting with a perf board and follow the wiring schema on Glen Hurd's website. It's very easy believe be to burn a component so buy two or three sets from Glen and proceed with trial and error. You don't need experience in electronics. I would however make a step by step video of the controller later.
claver99: Hi,good job man do you have a video to show exactly how to build
this charge controller?. I would like to build one for my
wind mill but i don't have enough experience in electronics.
ripadisc: can you supply the schematics for the breadboard controller please ??
ripadisc: nice job man well done
legailutin: First, I want you to know I'm no electronic expert. Generally speaking, it's a good idea to have a fuse to protect against high currents and a component getting increasingly hot is not a good sign. The heat can damage your controller for sure.
yulzmarie: hi! ...just want to ask about my charge controller ... when i power it up it goes hot is it normal for a charge controller to get hot? .. i disconnect it quickly not to damage it ... im using a 1 amp fuse ... it it possible that my controller still ok .. is the fuse guard my controller ...it will be busted if the operation is not correct with out harming my controller