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Keegan McNeight: Beautiful. I definetely envy you guys.
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Fox Mulder: How much did it cost to build plus land?
SolarBurrito: Yes I'll shoot the loft this weekend
Shane Snyder: Next time you're up there could you take a quick video of the loft for us?
Chris Santos: what state/county is this in
anavidhunter: Cabins looking beauty, nice going and great work.
cleverjoe: looking good!
Cam Goldsby: Shaky video.
SolarBurrito: Thanks's Smooth, I like your videos
SolarBurrito: It's in the "taint" of the Olympic Rain Forest is the joke!
SolarBurrito: Hi, Yes we use a small 400w inverter to charge our tool batteries right now. My portercable circular saw works pretty well and we just keep charging and rotating 3 batteries. If I had a bigger inverter like 2500 watts I could run AC tool directly off the 2 big deep cycle batteries but as of know we know have one. There's no limit to what you can do with solar just size the system to your needs. Never used a 12v coffee maker.
chr18426: Dude, great cabin. I'm working on improving my deer lease trailers with solar power, etc. Do you use a power inverter for running AC tools, etc? Overall, looks awesome.
Do you use any 12v accessories like a coffee maker?