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Offgrid Solar Kit - 3KW Lithium 24V Battery + 3KW Pure Sine Inverter + 2160 Watts Solar
This Package is a great starter package for a Complete Offgrid cabin or shop. This Lithium Battery bank will give you 3000 Watts of usable Energy. The Solar Array will produce around 9720 Watts per day based on 4.5 hours sun. This size of system generally works great for cabins, shops, RVs and etc that use around 230 KWH per month. This system is built to be scaled up for future additions of Panels or Batteries.
4x 540W Bifacial Solar Panels (2160 Watt Array)
1x 3000W Pure Sine Inverter 120V Output / With AC Input - Built In Charger (Surge Capability for 6000W Peak)
(Can be Grid Tied for UPS functionality or Used for Generator Input on AC Input side)
1x 3kWh Big Battery 24V Lithium Battery
1x MPPT Charge Controller
1x Solar Combiner Box
2x ANL Fuses
1x Anderson Plug Battery Cable Set for Inverter / Battery Connection
4x Sets 10AWG MC4 Solar Array Cabling (10' Sets).
1x 30' PV Direct Burial Solar Wire (Solar array/Combiner to MPPT Charge Controller wiring)
1x Spool 20' AC Output / Input / Generator Cabling - 6 AWG
These Solar Panels are BiFacial with Double Glass. Bifacial technology enables additional energy harvesting from rear of panel (up to 25% more). These will produce more power output in weak light conditions, such as cloudy, hazy or early morning conditions. These panels offer High Wind and snow resistance loads as well. 5400 PA Snow Load / 2400 PA Wind Load. They have a 30 Year Power Warranty
1x Installation Manual
This Package is suitable for a Small Cabin / RV / Garage / Polebarn
Will Run most common household appliances
Cell Phones / PCs / Tablets
Smaller AC Systems
Is this the right Solar System for me?
According to the US Energy Information Administration, the average power usage in the USA per home is around 877KW per Month. Take this number into consideration when looking at our DIY Solar kits. All of our kits are expandable so you can add to your array at any time.
How to Figure how much power this system will make:
Based in the Midwest we average around 4.5 hours of Peak Sun Energy per day. It will be less in the northeast area of the US and more in the SW area of the US. This is how the Solar Production for Daily and Monthly Totals is calculated.
Is this Easy to Install?
A Homeowner with basic wiring knowledge would be able to install this DIY kit. If you do not have basic wiring knowledge, you should contact a local electrician to make your connections.
Typically the most challenging part of any Solar Install is the Racking for ground mount or roof mount situations. This is what tends to take the most amount of labor to get setup.
If you have any questions on installing this kit, contact us for more info and guidance.
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