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    I read about your 80 watt remote site solar unit on a Google search. I am currently planning out a wireless internet service provider system and am planning on using Ubiquitus equipment. Specifically the Rocket and the Nanobeam. Do you have any of your systems in the Northeast? I think our average sun is 4 hours per day here. Will they work?
    Possibly. We can ship anywhere in the Continental United States. These radios have a maximum power consumption of about 8W @ 24V so if the system was running 24 hours a day you would need 192WH/day or 8AH/day. So with a solar insolation of 4 hours you would need 2A of panel current. This doesn't leave much extra capacity to recharge the batteries in the event of no-sun-days so you might consider increasing the panel capacity.
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