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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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on my corrugated metal roof. Made my own mounts.
Later I mounted some Renogy 250 watts on a ground mount array and they are ideal. I know the description says they are for 100 to 150 watt panels but they work just fine. From the construction and thickness of the material I would use them for even larger panels.
They are secured to the solar panels by four bolts--none of which looked secure to me. I added two 3//16" pop rivets to each, which means I won't be able to remove the panels unless I drill out the pop rivet. If I had to do this over again, I might skip using the bolts and just use the pop rivets as they go on fast and can be drilled out and replaced easily. I also added a second stainless washer to the bolts because the holes on the solar panels were large. I would not trust these bolts along to secure the solar panels to the brackets. If you do, consider using lock-tite also.
Next the hardware provided to secure the brakets to the roof are inadequate. They include plastic washer--which seem somewhat useful for sealing, but I wonder how they will hold up over time. Solid washers and Dicor sealing might work better. These are machine screws also and self tapping. I plan to replace these with stainless wood screws, and two thru-bolts per panel. I suppose it all depends on what your roof is made of. Mine is plywood with a rubber roof on top. I don't feel machine screws would hold well there.
For the price there are better options. I'd rather install rails and some other mount next time.
Very streamlined compared to a lot of other mounts I've noticed. Ultra light weight.
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bought 2 kits both where missing parts