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Renogy Solar Panel Mounting Z Bracket 4 Units
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- Renogy mounting Z brackets are very easy to use, unique designed, and perfect for irregular surfaces
- All parts you need to mount your panels to roof/wall are included in this product.
- They are composed of aluminum material and are light weight.
- Use them to mount your panels to recreational vehicles or boats.
- Ideal for mounting 50W to 150W solar panels.
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The Renogy Z-Bracket Mount System is designed to support the installation of single solar panel units, generally in off-grid installations. These units are ideal for installation on RV roofs and non-inhabited dwellings such as sheds or garages. It is also suited as attachment to a user made structure such as a wooden frame. The system comes complete with all fasteners to secure the system to the installation surface. This system makes the installation of small solar systems easy, affordable and quick.
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I have installed multiple panels for different uses including my house others in my family and as such have used different brackets. These are the best ones I've used.
They were easy to install. Now that I'm back home, I'll re-evaluate the installation (done per Renogy's instructions) and see if I can strengthen it with a different configuration. I haven't contacted Renogy about this issue.
to use the Renology You Tube video installation guide.
You can't use the included bolts, as they are sheet metal screws. I used ¼" x 1½" steel bolts with nuts and washers. Drill the holes just big enough where you must use a wrench to drive the bolts through the roof...this way they'll be tight, which will lessen the chances of water leakage. Drive the bolts through the roof just far enough to allow a small gap between the bracket and the shingle surface. Using a caulking gun, apply roof sealant under the bracket...making sure the sealant does indeed completely covers area under the bracket. Next, drive the bolts all the way down until brackets are tight against shingles.
The next step is to get inside the attic and install the washers and nuts. This task is easier with two people, one on the roof to hold or turn the bolts and one inside the attic to install and tighten the nuts, but one person can do it with a little creativity. Note that tightening the bolts/nuts will squeeze some sealant from under the bracket. Just go back on the roof and spread the sealant evenly around the brackets and around the bolt heads...the main goal is to make sure the area around bracket is completely seal. Apply as much sealant as needed to ensure everything is completely seal.
I had mine installed about a week ago here in South Florida. It's been raining almost in a daily basis and so far I have not seen a leak.
The one thing I can say for sure is whether or not the brackets leave enough space between the solar panel and roof for cooling purposes. Perhaps someone else here can clarify that point.
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Caution: Very flimsy aluminum, wouldn't install in a high wind area.Read more