WindyNation Complete 400 Watt Solar Panel Kit with 1500 Watt VertaMax Power Inverter RV, Boat, Off-Grid 12 Volt Battery
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- Complete kit includes: (4pcs) 100 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panel, 30-amp P30L Solar Charge Controller (w/ LCD Display and user adjustable settings), 40 feet of UL Listed 12 AWG Solar Cable, all necessary MC4 Connectors, all necessary solar mounting hardware + 1500 Watt (3000 Watt surge) VertaMax DC to AC Power Inverter, 2 pcs of 2 AWG Battery Cables for connecting the inverter to a 12V battery
- Solar charging will provide on average 1600 Watt Hours (Wh) or 135 Amp hours of charge per day (depends on sunlight availability)
- Designed for RVs, cabins, homes, boats, back-up and remote power use
- Bundle and save! Purchase all the components together and save time and money!
- Perfect kit for a off-grid 12 volt battery system. 1500 Watt VertaMax Inverter provides plenty of AC power to run your household appliances!
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The Windy Nation 400 Watt Complete Solar Charging Kit + VertaMax 1500 Watt Power Inverter comes with everything you need to start producing free, clean power from the sun! Perfect for RV's, boats, cabins and back-up power! WindyNation's 400 Watt Solar Kit with Inverter includes EVERYTHING you need to get started: 4pcs 100 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panels, 1500W VertaMax 12VDC to 120AC Modified Sine Wave Power Inverter (inverter cables are included), 30-Amp P30L Solar Charge Controller, 40 ft of UL Listed 12 AWG Solar Cable, all necessary MC4 Connectors for wiring, and all the necessary mounting hardware. Product photos above show pictures of all the included items and additional technical information. The WindyNation 400 Watt Solar Charging Kit with 1500W VertaMax Inverter is the ideal solution for providing back-up power or off-grid power when you need it!
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This is the only reason I did not give a 5 star rating:
(1) The fuses supplied did not come with fuse holders and I did not know what do with them - so I bought different fuses(flip).
(2) I am getting a max of 122 Watts. I am not sure if it is because I am using only one 12V deep cycle (Vmaxtanks) battery.
I will appreciate if anyone can share how they got 400Watts from this kit.
Great product for DIY off-grid power.
The system was easy to install except when it came to the fuses. I have never installed an in-line fuse before. The directions tell you where to install the fuses, but not how to install the fuses. After reviewing videos on youtube I purchased a fuse holder from an automotive store with 12AWG wire for the positive solar panel wire going to the controller anel, and the positive wire leaving the controller and going to the battery, these both required 40 amp fuses (standard automotive type).
The two positive wires going from the batteries to the inverter required a 200 amp fuse. I cut the 4AWG cables that where provide by the kit and connected terminal ends so that I could connect it to a 200 amp fuse that I got at NAPA.
Overall I'm very happy with the system and may purchase another one in the future!!!!
I'm powering most small appliances and lightning of my home.
Wiring the kit was pretty straight forward. I did have to purchase a ANL-250 fuse and holder to put in line with the inverter feed and 2 - 40 amp inline fuses for the panel input and battery output of the charge controller. I also decided to add a 300 amp battery disconnect switch inline with the inverter feed as well. I wired the output of the inverter to a manual transfer switch that I built that switches both hots and neutrals on 4 separate circuits in the house.
I did have a few questions and WindyNation was quick to respond to each of my email inquiries.
The supplied inverter worked great with the refrigerator, microwave and lights, tv, etc. The only problem I had was that 2 UPS’s that I own did not like the modified sine wave from the supplied inverter and refused to switch back to utility power when powered from the inverter. I went ahead and purchased a pure sine wave inverter and that solved the issues with the UPS’s. I will keep the supplied inverter as a spare/backup.
I am very happy with the system so far. The panels seem to be working well and even put out more power than I expected on overcast days. I would highly recommend this kit if you are thinking about a solar panel kit.
Update: Rewired my panels from a 12V to 24V configuration which eliminated quite a few connections and swapped out the charge controller with a MPPT controller that has remote monitoring capabilities. On decent days now seeings watt output of the panels peaking in the 360 watt range. Just ordered 4 more panels too add to my system.