All components comply with National Electric Code (NEC) UL-Underwriters Laboratories Standard for Safety and the International Building Code.
Our Solar grid-tie Photovoltaic power systems are designed for use on residential and small commercial buildings.
Each one of our solar panel kits consists of:
SOLAR PANELS- High quality Solar World photovoltaic (PV) modules (solar panels).
INVERTER- Fronius, SMA, PV Powered or Xantrex inverter
DC & AC DISCONNECTS
SOLAR PANEL MOUNTING STRUCTURES- Lifetime Warranted SnapNRack Structure
WARRANTIES & INSTRUCTIONS
THIS KIT INCLUDES:
Nameplate watts -700
Module qty -4 SolarWorld SW-175 mono
# of strings - 1
DC & AC Disconnects
SnapNRack Mounting Structures
Electrical Drawings & Data Sheets
Warranties & Instructions
CEC watts - 576 *CEC's are for CA residents
Inverter model – PV POWERED PVP1100EVR
Kit Detail Notes:
Some Xantrex and SMA inverters have integrated DC disconnects. Systems that list “ST7000” as the inverter use the new SMA Sunny Tower 42 kW tower that consists of 6 SMA SB7000US inverters, pre-assembled on a stainless steel structure.
Wiring from the array to the DC disconnect, array ground wiring, and wiring from the AC disconnect to the main panel and all conduit must be supplied by professional installers (your specific installation or utility may require additional AC disconnects).
Contact us to obtain these essential resources and expert advice on your system installation.
All components comply with the 2005 National Electrical Code (NEC-2005); IEEE Std 929-2000, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Recommended Practices for Utility Interface of Photovoltaic (PV) Systems; UL 1741-Underwriters Laboratories Standard for Safety; and the ICBO 2000 International Building Code.
The arrays and inverters are matched for maximum efficiency.
These modular systems can be combined to form larger systems to meet your requirements.
It is economical to put these systems together for use in 30 kilowatt or smaller systems.
For larger systems, please ask us for a quote.
California Energy Commission bases rebates on the system CEC rating. CEC’s calculation takes into account module output in normal operating conditions and inverter efficiency