The Power Ready System is a complete solar power system for equipment with continuous loads of 1 – 75 watts.
The Power Station is a complete integrated solar electric power system for equipment with continuous loads of 75 watts up to 3000 watts.
The SunWize Power Online System is an uninterruptible DC power supply (UPS) for utility-connected equipment with continuous loads up to 1000 watts.
To receive a quote, simply visit the SunWize Power System Sizing Form and fill out your project information.

A sales representative will contact you within 48 business hours.

Please do not worry if you are unsure of some of the items, submit the form and we can help you through the process.

To receive a quote, you will need the following information:

  1. Load: How much power do you need?
  2. Length: How long does the system need to run each day?
  3. Location: Where is your project located?

Then simply visit the SunWize System Sizing Form, enter in your information and a Sales Representative will contact you within 48 business hours.

The duty cycle represents the hours per day your equipment is using power.
If your project requires 1-75 watts of continuous power, we recommend a Power Ready System.
If your project requires over 100 watts of continuous power, we recommend a Power Station.
If utility power is available and your project requires continuous DC or AC power with battery backup for 1-1000 watts, we recommend a Power Online System.

For more information on system selection, please refer to our engineering bulletin. Guidelines for Choosing a SunWize Solar System

To place an order, please call your Sales Representative.
If you are a new customer or do not know who your sales representative is, please fill out the new customer form and we will contact you within 48 business hours.
To order replacement components for your system, please visit SunWize Connect.
Lead time for systems is generally 4 weeks.
Yes, there is a 10% additional fee for a 3-week expedited shipment and a 25% additional fee for a 2-week expedited shipment.
Solar installations vary significantly across the world. We will need to know the location of the project to build the optimal system for your specific requirements.
Please refer to our engineering bulletin “Size Your System” to find an in-depth analysis on system sizing.
A budgetary number can be calculated by multiplying the average cost per array watt by the average cost per load watt.