20 amps at 120v. or 2400w of power

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Dec 14, 2010 06:28 am
20 amps at 120v. or 2400w of power

I want to build a system that I can use at an off the grid site. I wanted to know how many 100w panels I would need to power a battery bank using 6v. 220ah along with how many battries and what kind of charger/regulator I would need. I wanted to have 20amps of power at 120v. 24/7 or I guess I could live with 10amps at 120v. 24/7 can someone help me with this. Thanks for any help Brian

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