What watt solar panel does the adf 75 take
The Aquapro ADF-75 Fish Feeder takes a 12v solar panel. The panel the feeder comes with is a 1.26 watt solar panel. You want to charge the battery at a rate of C\8 or C\12, which means you want to charge at an amperage that is 1/8th (C\8) to 1/12th (C\12) of the amp-hour capacity. You could use up to a 10 watt solar panel with a 12v 7ah battery, but you also run the risk of overheating the battery by charging too fast with this larger solar panel. If you are having issues keeping the battery charged, you might try getting a slightly larger solar panel than the 1.26 watt it comes with, maybe a 2 watt or 5 watt solar panel.
AquaPro ADF75 Directional automatic Fish Feeder. State-of-the-art digital electronics with battery charge indicator. This compact AquaPro automatic fish feeder is varmint resistant, has a built-in sight glass, powder coated in hunter green color and is constructed from both heavy gauge steel and 1" galvanized angle iron. All internal seams are sealed with silicone and industrial rubberized coating to help prevent moisture from affecting the fish feed. The AquaPro ADF75 fish feeder comes with a patented air-drive mechanism, which disperses feed directionally with a minimal amount of food landing within 10 feet of the feeder. Perfect as a catfish pond fish feeder, or mount to your dock at the lake and bring the fish to you.
Power Supply - 12V
Electronics - Digital
Available Feed Times - 8 Daily
Feed Time Durations - 4-90 seconds
Warranty - 1 Year
Feed size/type Pellet size - .125” to .50”
Floating pellet feed capacity - 75 lbs.
Sinking pellet feed capacity - 112 lbs.
Corn capacity - 150 lbs.
Foot Pad Dimensions (Footprint) 28" x 28"
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Native Outdoors stocks all the necessary electronics (just in case the water rises too fast).
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