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Renogy 800 Watts 24 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Premium Kit w/ 40A MPPT Charge Controller

Item# SPM7725552523 | Model# RNG-KIT-STARTER800D-MPPT40 | Added on April 24, 2015 |
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Renogy 800 Watts 24 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Premium Kit w/ 40A MPPT Charge Controller
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Description Renogy 800W Premium Kit allows you to get the most efficiency possible out of your solar system. With its charge controller that uses Maximum Power Point Tracking technology, you won't have to wonder if you are getting the most out of your system — you are. This kit also has an option to add the MT-5 Tracer Meter which is compatible with our MPPT Charge Controller and will give you the power to see if your system is working at its potential. Efficiency is the key features that Renogy Premium Kit has to offer, and could be perfect for you. Specifications Renogy 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panel Maximum Power: 100W Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp): 18.9V Optimum Operating Current (Imp): 5.29A 40A MPPT Charge Controller (Negative Grounded) Rated Bettery Current: 40A Max. Solar Input Voltage: 100 VDC Max. Solar Input Power: 400W (12V), 800W (24V) Renogy 20ft 10AWG MC4 Adaptor Kit (A pair) AWG: 10 Rating Voltage: 600/1000V Renogy 8ft 8AWG Tray Cables (A pair) AWG: 8 Rating Voltage: 600/1000V Mounting Z Brackets (Set) 4 Z Shape Solar Panel Brackets 4 M6-16 Hex Cap Bolt 4 M6 Split Lock Washer and 8 M6 Flat Washer 4 M6 Hexagonal Nut 8 #11 Self-Drilling Cap Screw and Plastic Retaining Ring Renogy MC4 Branch Connectors (A pair) Withstanding Voltage: 1000V DC(TUV), 600V(UL) Wiring Size Range: 10, 12, 14 AWG Warranty Information Panel: 25-year transferable power output warranty: 5-year/95% efficiency ... read more
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