For those not overly familiar with solar power, this kit can store around 4 Units of electricity in the batteries.
This means that at night when there is no sun, you could watch a 300W TV for about 13 hours before the batteries went flat (300W x 13 hours = 3900Whrs = 3.9 Units of electricity)
you could run 40 x 5W LED globes for 10 hours (5W x 40 x10 hours = 2000Whrs = 2 Units of electricity)
a 2000W kettle for an 2 hours straight (2000W * 2 hour = 4000Whrs = 4 Units of electricity) *Not sure why you would do that but who knows?*
any combination of the above that adds up to 4 Units.
During the day, the solar panels can produce up to 3.35 kW’s in full sunlight (10 x 335W = 3.35W). Assuming 5 full “sun hours” in a day you would produce up to 17 units of electricity. The panels will first charge the batteries and after that will add whatever power they can produce to your grid, so you may be able to run off up to 100% solar power during daylight hours, depending on weather conditions. At night the batteries will discharge until the reach a defiened, preset level.