I’ve owned this bowling ball for nearly 2 years now. At no point in that two years had I ever heard of baking the oil out of the ball. I had a friend of mine mention it to me a few weeks ago, so I did some studying, and decided that it was way past time for me to bake my ball.
So. I have a small off-grid (for power) garden shed at a property about 600 feet from my house. I decided a couple of years ago to cut the utility power to it and make a full solar setup. I started with a pair of Kyocera KC120-1 panels, and then the following year, doubled it to 4 panels. At the end of last summer, I realized that my output was half of what it was after I added the second set of panels, and didn’t worry about it. Today it was 72 degrees out, and I decided to investigate.
In my last update post I said I’d be going over how to build your own 10 gigabit network in your home. I did a Point-to-Point connection between my desktop and file server (on the cheap), but you can use this same information to build your own networks!