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Old 21st September 2018, 06:10 AM   #21
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yea Mate, tough day

Only get an hour 2 or 3 times a week of that sort of entertainment and that is normally after bed time
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Sam's container place is going well with the window inserts going in this weekend, hopefully, just sorting my saw to cut on the 45 accurately
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It's looking good from what I've seen so far mate. How many panels can you fit on the container?
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Hi Linc
On the 7 shipping container home it is planned to have up to 22Kw of panels (46)

Sam's could have a fair few also, at a guess 12 x 300w modules on tilt frames. Unknown as to weather the micro home is going off the grid as there is a fair associated cost in procurement of the hardware, but just over $10K would get something reasonable enough to run an electric kettle plus everything else.

Installed 2 window frames into Sam's place today with 2 more to go. All the 4 window cut outs are done.
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I suppose it depends on where he puts it in the end too.

46 panels on the new house is huge! You'll be powering the bloody street!
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Actually, powering air conditioning even in Winter.

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Default Passive Crossover development for 1 watt on the big rig

So some minor discoveries

The big rig went passive and using some tiny amps.
Astonished to achieve 100dB to 20Hz without a problem in room on a couple of watts so going to develop a simple crossover, passive attenuation and see what happens.


Graph depicts an un gated initial measurement of the 21's, close mic on upper driver, lower driver, port and overall at a meter
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