Yes, but what would work better is two batteries, hooked positive to positive, negative to negative, brought to a full charge, and THEN put a panel on each battery (the same as two on one battery).
The reason I suggest two batteries, is the deeper a battery is discharged, the more current it takes to bring it back up to a full charge. Adding a second battery will buffer the drain you put on your setup, allowing for a faster full recharge.
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Two of these seven watt solar panels can be hooked up to a single battery. To be safe a charge controller should be used to prevent over charging.
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Yes I have 2 hooked in my house right now on a single battery. but im thing of going two 4 and see how it works.In full sun I get any where from 13.8 to 20.8 volts and that seams darn good to me.But I mite add another battery to get more amps.
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