Legends Business Group Adds Solar Charger Controllers to Its Web Product Line

Ten to 80 Watt Tesla Solar Trackers Now Available at www.legendspower.com

Miami Beach, Florida, UNITED STATES

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., April 12, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Legends Business Group (Pink Sheets:LGBS) today announced it will offer a range of Tesla Solar Trackers (Solar Charger Controllers) from 10 watts to 80 watt systems.

Solar charge controllers are used to regulate the power going from the solar panels to the batteries. According to Legends President, Rolando Sablon, overcharging batteries will, at the least, significantly reduce battery life and, at worst, damage the batteries to the point that they are unusable. He said that solar charge controllers are a necessity in practically all solar power systems that utilize batteries.

"If you are thinking about using solar panels to charge one or more batteries, there is one piece of equipment that will significantly increase your energy harvest—a solar charge controller," said Sablon. Tesla Solar Trackers will work in series with the batteries and panels through pulsing so as to not harm your electronics. They will work with regular inverters and other equipment, so long as there is no voltage limiting circuitry involved, as there is in some equipment."

Sablon said the Company feels that, by offering the Tesla Solar Trackers, they can help their customers save time and money while shopping for their solar products, as well as increase the efficiency in their solar panel systems.

To review the new products and purchase online, go to www.legendspower.com.

About Legends Business Group

Legends Business Group, Inc., was incorporated in March 2006, and is a publicly traded company. The company has recently refocused its purpose and has moved itself into the alternative and exotic energy marketplace. For more information please visit: http://www.legendspower.com

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