530W Skid Mount Solar Generator – (2) 265W Panels – (2) 250aH Batteries – 24V DC and 120V AC 60 Hz

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Made in the USA The Larson Electronics SPGSM-.53K-2X250AH-120V skid mount solar generator is a stand-alone unit that offers 60 watts of continuous power at 120V AC for 10 hours without sunlight. This generator features two 265-watt solar panels and two 250aH 12V batteries. It is suitable for remote locations without reliable access to the grid including: agricultural operations outdoor greenhouses farms emergency camps military bases and construction sites. Operators may use the generator to power electronics tools and industrial equipment. *PLEASE NOTE: ANY FREE SHIPPING OFFERS DO NOT APPLY TO LIGHT MASTS OR LIGHT TOWERS* This unit is comprised of two 265-watt solar panels generating 60 watts at 120V AC. The solar panels are mounted to a galvanized steel frame and wired to the solar charger control box which manages the charging system. The solar panels are mounted to a frame angled at 45 to capture the intensity of the sun for optimized light intake. This system delivers 120V AC 60 Hz output and can run a 60-watt device continuously for up to 10 hours with 5.5 hours of sun. Solar Panel Assembly: This unit is comprised of two 265-watt solar panels generating a total maximum output of 530 watts. The panels are mounted to a stationary assembly. The panels are wired to the solar charger control box which manages the charging system. The solar panels are mounted to a frame angled at 45 to capture the intensity of the sun for optimized light intake. Solar Charge Controller: In this 120-volt solar control system each panel is terminated with a fused combiner box with a single lever action cut-off switch. With the switch set to the ‘on position the combiner box passes power to the charge controller. Oddly enough most charge controllers arent rated past 104 degrees Fahrenheit despite the fact they will always be close to direct sunlight. In the summer time in Texas our fabrication shop is normally warmer than that. We improve