270019 – PVK 8 W/O Side of Pole Mount
PVK 8, No Mount
SunWize PV Kits
Simple 80W solar power kit – includes a solar module, Morningstar 6A SunKeeper charge controller, and a pre-wired 15 ft. #14 AWG tray cable output. The solar charge controller is mounted inside the solar module junction box. The waterproof regulator features a multi-function LED indicator and fuse protection.
The 10 – 40 watt kits are offered with an adjustable Uni-mount. The 50 – 110 watt kits are available with an adjustable double rail mount. Adjustable double rail mounts are rated for 110MPH wind speed per ASCE 7.05. Side-of-pole mounts are designed to fit 2″-4″ diameter SCH40 poles. SunWize offers a variety of solar module solutions, including both regular solar modules and Class 1 Division 2 Hazardous Location Rated solar modules.
The SunWize style single-arm and double-arm mounts are time-tested industry standards with thousands of units installed on all continents. High wind speed kits optional to increase rated wind-speed to 130 MPH.
Morningstar’s SunKeeper solar controller provides a low cost regulated output directly from the solar module to maximize battery life in small solar power applications. The SunKeeper is epoxy encapsulated and rated for outdoor use. By mounting directly to the module junction box and wiring through the junction box knockout, the connection is weather-proof. This eliminates the need for an additional housing for the controller.
SunWize PV Kit Features include:
- Module, Charge Controller, Output Cable, and Optional Mount
- Features durable and highly reliable components
- High quality glass and aluminum off-grid 12V solar modules
- Pre-wired for easy setup and installation
- Optional side-of-pole mount available
- Transports easily and safely
- Outdoor rated
- Includes #14AWG tray cable output
- Everything needed to charge a battery or run a simple DC load
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