4,620 Watts Solar Panels & 3,800 Watt SMA Sunny Boy Inverter
Shipping Note: Some items in this kit must ship by truck freight. If you have any questions about shipping methods, please email us or call us at 800 383-0195.
Notice: In some areas of the country, it is not permitted for an unqualified person to install electrical equipment in a home or other dwelling or structure. It could result in severe penalties and/or fines. Be sure to check your local electrical codes and regulations before installing this system. You may need to hire a licensed electrician in order to pass an electrical inspection
Note: This kit does NOT come with a mount for the solar panels. There are many different types of mounts that can meet your needs but the most popular mounts for this type of system is a rail mount setup. Some of our customers prefer top-of-pole mounts and some prefer to build their own. If you're looking for the easiest method, we recommend going with a professional mounting system. If you need help choosing a mount for this kit, please contact us and we can determine which mount will best meet your needs and requirements.
This kit is a base setup to get started with a grid-tie solar system. It comes with 4620 Watts of REC Solar modules and SMA Sunny Boy 3.0 string inverter for 60 Hz electrical systems. Combine with ten SMA-JMS-F in order to build cost effective NEC 2017 PV RSS compliant string systems. One Square D DU221RB Disconnect Switch. If you need the option to grow your system at a later date, please contact us and we can custom design a system that will allow you to produce more power
- Total solar panel power: 4,620 Watts
- Output power: 3,840 continuous
- Output voltage: 120/240 Volts AC
- REC 330 Watt Panel: 20 year product warranty, 25 year power warranty.
- SMA Sunny Boy 3.8: 10 year warranty
Note: Every solar system installation is different. While this kit contains almost everything you need, you will have to provide some of your own materials. For example, you may want to purchase some wire nuts for splicing wire (you may or may not need to splice wire depending upon your installation). You may also need to upgrade your kilowatt-hour meter or add an additional meter if your local electrical code requires it.