Solar is a great alternative.
The 1500 Watt Solar Panel to be used for big money savings especially on clear sunny days.
These high-efficiency Monocrystalline solar cells ensure high performance of solar modules. It creates the greatest power output.
The ECO LLC 1500W 24V Complete Off Grid Solar Kit also performs very well under low light, shady and cloudy conditions.
The system has the capability of withstanding heavy snowfalls
Also strong wind loads.
The 1560 Watts 24Volts Monocrystalline solar panel has a wide variety of applications.
It is a complete 24 volts off-grid solar power kit.
Use it for charging a 24 volts battery bank and many DC/AC appliances.
The 1500 watt solar panel kit comes with;
Eight pieces of Monocrystalline 195 watt solar panels. It can deliver a 1560 Watt peak output per hour.
A 60 Amp charge controller.
A 3000 Watt power inverter.
A 4 String Combiner Box.
MC4 solar cable.
Solar panel mounting brackets.
You have to buy batteries.
With the eight 195 watt solar panels, you get about 1560 Watts of power during peak time.
It is 195 watt X 8 panels X 6 hours of sunshine = 9360 Watt.
Take losses and non-peak performance into consideration and you can still get a
fair 8 Kilo Watt per day.
This is a large amount of cheap electricity for many years to come.
Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc):
Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp):
Optimum Operating Current (Imp):
Short-Circuit Current (Isc):
Dry camp and many more off-grid applications.
The panels come with heavy-duty aluminum frames.
This provides for extended outdoor use while allowing the panels to last for decades.
The panel can withstand high winds up to 2400Pa as well as heavy snow loads up to 5400Pa.
The 1500 watt solar panel uses a 60 Ampere Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) charge, controller.
The condition of the battery determines how the current tapers from the solar panels.
The PWM algorithm reduces the charging of the battery.
This is when it reaches the regulation set point.
This is to avoid heating and gassing of the battery.
Charging will continue to ensure the provision of the largest amount of energy in a short time.
Maximum Charging Current: 60A.
Rated Voltage: 12V/24V.
Overall dimension 195x82x42mm.
Grounding Common negative.
Temp. compensation -3mV/C/2V.
Working temperature -35C - +55C.
Storage temperature -35C - +80C.
Humidity ≤95% N.C.
Overall dimension 195x82x42mm.
The combiner box allows you to hook up many solar panels.
It comes with 4 string configuration and 10A circuit breakers
It includes high voltage protection and high voltage fuses. Also overvoltage and overcurrent protection. The lightning protection is done very well...
The 1500 watt solar panel combiner box also comes with anti-backflow diodes. Also anti-backflow and anti-reverse protection, cutout cable glands and safety labels.
The box is solid and of high quality. The wiring is neat and of a high standard, while everything is good and very well organized.
Number of Max. connection PV array: 4
Max. input current of single PV array: 10A
Total input current of PV array: 40A
Max Input Voltage of single PV array: 250V
Max Output Voltage: 250V
Protection Grade: IP65
Operational Environment Temperature: -30℃~+70℃
Relative Humidity: 0-95%
Cooling Method: Natural Cooling
Surge Lightning Protection: Yes
Dimension: 8.66″x6.69″x4.33″ (220*170*110mm)
The 1500 watt solar panel comes with solar cables with MC4 Male/Female connectors.
Setting it up is quick and easy.
The system comes with eight sets of Z-brackets.
The brackets make mounting of the panels easy, safe and secure.
The solar module comes with a 3000 Watt power inverter.
The solar inverter converts the direct current output of a PV panel into AC (alternating). You can then feed it into the electrical network.
Remember with an inverter you have to give special attention to the sizing thereof. You do not want to go too small. If you go too big though, you waste your money.
The 1500 solar panel kit is a well-manufactured system. It is well built and easy to install.
The solar panel system is good for several power applications. You do not have to lay expensive cabling.