Cabin Off-Grid Solar Power Kit With 1,890 Watts of Panels and 3,500 Watt 24VDC 120VAC Inverter Power Panel
1890 Watts Solar Panels & 3500 Watt 24V OutBack Power Panel
Shipping Note: Some items in this kit must ship by truck freight. If you have any questions or concerns about shipping methods, please email us or give us a call.
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 mounting system for the solar panels or a battery bank. If you need help choosing a mount or sizing a battery bank for your system, please email us or give us a call. We are here to help!
This kit is one of the easiest ways to get started with an off-grid solar system. It comes with 1,890 Watts in REC brand solar panels, an OutBack Power FLEXpower ONE power panel with one VFXR3524A-01 inverter for 3,500 Watts, 60 Hz at 120 Volts AC, a FLEXmax 80 Amp MPPT solar charge controller, MATE3s system controller, along with the necessary equipment to connect everything together. The OutBack Power FLEXpower panels are not designed for expansion. 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: 1,890 Watts
- Output power: 3,500 Volt-Amps (VA)
- Output voltage: 120 Volts AC
- Nominal DC input voltage: 24 Volts DC
- REC 315 Watt Solar Panel: 20 year product warranty, 25 year power warranty.
- OutBack Power FLEXpower ONE: 5 year warranty.
- MidNite Solar MNPV3: 5 year warranty.
- MidNite Solar MNSPD surge protector: 5 year warranty.
Note: Every solar system installation is different. While this kit contains all the essential components, 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).