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March 19, 2011 by Real Goods in RealGoodsTV with 2 Comments


 
Aaron Kotz sets up a mini photovoltaic system to power Real Goods’ cash register at SolFest XIV. By using the Kill-A-Watt to find the cash register’s (or any other appliance’s) power consumption, Aaron can easily tell how many watts his solar power source needs to produce before he sets it up.

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