When looking at options for providing electricity to our first project on the ranch, we considered a grid-tied system. However, we soon realized that it would obstruct the future location of our home and require the use of heavy machinery in that area of the property. Ultimately, we decided to go with a full off-grid solar system. I am happy to say that we made the right decision.

Our off-grid system allows us to power our project without the need for any outside electricity. With the use of solar panels and batteries, we are able to generate and store our own electricity. This has not only saved us money on electricity bills but also provided us with a reliable and sustainable source of power.

For those who are considering off-grid solar systems, it’s important to do your research and find a system that will suit your needs. Look for high-quality solar panels and batteries that will last for years to come. And, most importantly, work with a reputable and experienced installer to ensure that your system is installed correctly.

Overall, our experience with our off-grid solar system has been fantastic. It has allowed us to power our ranch project without any hassle or worries about electricity bills. We highly recommend this option to anyone looking for a reliable, sustainable, and cost-effective source of electricity.

Continue reading below to see my overall experience with our solar system. I say aloha and mahalo. Please check out our ifagalz youtube channel for more….

Here I will lay bare my overwhelmingly positive experiences with the high-quality EG4 3kw 48v Inverter, a very reliable 48v 100 Amp Hour Ruixu Battery, and cutting-edge 415 Watts Bifacial Solar Panels. 

I was thoroughly impressed with the flawless and seamless installation process, which was made even more impressive by the fact that this robust system performed flawlessly in the face of unpredictable weather conditions. Even when met with rain and cloudiness, this remarkable solar energy solution proved to be a true force to be reckoned with. 

The astonishingly swift charging of the battery, maintaining an incredibly efficient 25% even with all three circuits in use, caught my attention immediately. 

My humble opinion is that every single part of this outstanding system is deserving of nothing less than an impeccable 5-star rating and even exceeded my expectations in every possible way. 

From the efficiency of the components to the ease of installation, this system is the perfect solution for anyone looking for a sustainable energy solution that genuinely delivers on its promises. The benefits of this system have not only been cost-effective but have also been environmentally friendly by minimizing the carbon footprint. 

It was refreshing to see a company take such impressive measures in ensuring that their product is long-lasting and reliable, offering immense value for money. The peace of mind that comes with knowing you are doing your part for the environment while also saving money on electricity bills is truly irreplaceable. 

So, if you are looking for a dependable and efficient solar energy solution, look no further than this incredible system. Invest in this amazing system today and start experiencing the benefits for yourself – you won’t regret it!

Required Items for a Solar System



This is the EG4 3KW 48V Inverter I bought from Signature Solar for a little over $600.


Ruixu Battery

A powerful highly rated 48V 100 amp hour battery by Ruixi which I bought for about $1,300


PV Solar Disconnect Switch

This one cost about $43 right off Amazon and is required to protect yourself and the inverter.



The Inverter comes with this breaker and the battery wires, although the connections were not compatible with Ruixu's. You're going to need a bus bar like I used.



The Ruixu Battery Wire Connections are not compatible with the connector that came with the inverter, so I bought this busbar off of amazon to connect the wires. It came in pairs of a negative and a positive busbar, but I only needed the negative and it cost only about $11.


Battery Rack

Forward looking here being the reason I purchased the rack, cuz I know I will need to expand the capabilities of this system and it's going to need at least one more battery.


Solar Panel Racks

The Solar Panel Racks cost $50 for a pair which supposed to only hold 1 panel. I cheated and made it where it can hold 2.


Bifacial 450 watt 14 amp Solar Panels

The panels each cost $220 and I needed at least a total of 120 volts as required by my inverter. Each panel can produce 38V so I needed at least 4.