Choosing the Right Solar Charge Controller

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Choosing the Right Solar Charge Controller The difference in MPPT, PWM, and basic charge controllers Jeff from Missouri Wind and Solar explains the differences and benefits to using various solar charge controllers.  There are so many products on the market that it may be difficult to understand what you need to … Continue reading

Birds and Micro Wind Turbines

Birds and Wind Turbines

Are Micro Wind Turbines a Danger to Birds? Here at Missouri Wind and Solar, we are often asked if wind turbines pose a threat to birds.  We have quite a few wind turbines up at our store in Seymour, MO.  There are several mounted on the rooftop as well as on … Continue reading

Zakarume’s Mobile Home Solar Panel Install

Zakarume Mobile Home Solar Panel Instal

Zakarume’s Mobile Home Solar Panel Installation YouTuber Zakarume has uploaded several YouTube videos of his solar set up he installed at his mobile home along with the electronics he used and how he wired the components together.  His house is just 100 miles from our store location in Seymour, MO, so he … Continue reading

Grass Carp for Controlling Weeds in Your Pond

Grass Carp for Controlling Weeds in Your Pond Pond Health Using Sustainable Methods Over time, you’ve expressed a need for more easy-to-use tips and systems for pond health since most ponds require remote power access.  We know you’re smart and want the most affordable, effective methods for keeping your ponds clear … Continue reading

Preston’s AIMS Split Phase Inverter Review

Preston Stroud’s AIMS 6000 watt 220 Split Phase Inverter Review & Demo Emergency Backup Power Supply During a Power Outage In Preston’s AIMS Split Phase Inverter Review YouTube video, he gives a demonstration of using an AIMS 6000 watt 220 volt split phase inverter to plug into a home breaker … Continue reading

How To: Cut Your Electric Bill – Upgrade Your Lighting

How To: Cut Your Electric Bill Upgrade Your Lighting   Watch the Video Here: Types of Lightbulbs: Incandescent Lighting: classic, inexpensive lighting.  Contains a wire filament that heats when electrical current passes through causing it to glow and give off light. inefficient: incandescent bulbs convert less than 5% of the energy they use into … Continue reading