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KSUNsolar 5000W Grid-Tied Solar Power System
Model No.:
KSUN-GT5KW1
Brand Name:
KSUNsolar
Supply Ability:
20000 Sets / Month
Minimum Order Qty.:
3 Sets
Factory/Unit Price:
Negotiable
Payment Term:
T/T, L/C, Western Union, O/A (30-60 Days)
Delivery Time:
15-20 Days
Delivery Term:
EXW, FOB, CIF, CFR
OEM/ODM:
Available
Certificates:
CE, TUV, SGS/ISO9001, IP65
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Main Components

Flexible solar panel can be used for variety of places, flat, slope, arc installtion surfaces. For situations RV, camping, outdoor.

Solar Panel

Output Power: 195 Watts

Nominal Voltage: 18 Volts

Maximum/Peak Voltage(Vmp): 21.2V

Maximum/Peak Current(Imp): 8.89 Amps

Open Circuit Voltage:

Short Circuit Current:

Size: 58.3*26.3*1.4 inch (1480*668*35mm)

Weight: 29.2 lbs (13.2kg)

Output Power: 195 Watts

Nominal Voltage: 18 Volts

Maximum/Peak Voltage(Vmp): 21.2V

Maximum/Peak Current(Imp): 8.89 Amps

Open Circuit Voltage:

Short Circuit Current:

Size: 58.3*26.3*1.4 inch (1480*668*35mm)

Weight: 29.2 lbs (13.2kg)

Combiner Box

Power capacity: HBF10KW

MPPT voltage: 160V-960V

Rate voltage: 600V

Number of MPP inputs: 2      

Number of DC inputs: 2

Allowed Voltage Range Of Grid: 380-415V

Communication interface: RS485

Inverter size:483*452*200mm

Grid-Tied Inverter

Power capacity: HBF10KW

MPPT voltage: 160V-960V

Rate voltage: 600V

Number of MPP inputs: 2      

Number of DC inputs: 2

Allowed Voltage Range Of Grid: 380-415V

Communication interface: RS485

Inverter size:483*452*200mm

Solar Cable

PV Cable 4mm2 6mm2 

4mm2 PV cable *100M

10mm2 inverter cable *50M

(4mm2 PV cable each string connect to PV combiner)

 

AC Cable 

DC Switches 

AC Breaker 

AC/DC Combine box

Breeding Beauty

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DC Disconnect/Switch

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Side Mounted Hook Solar Curved Tile Mounting Systems

Product Type: Slope Roof Solar Panel Mounting Systems

Product Model: Solar-Curved-Tile-Roof-Mounting-Systems-Side-Mounted

Material: Aluminium, Steel

Max Wind Load : 60 m/s

Max Snow Load : 1.4 KN / M2

Solar Module Orientation: Portait or Landscape

Application: Spanish / Roman / Curved Tile Roofing

MPPT Charge Controller

MPPT tracking efficiency above 99.5%

Maximum charge conversion efficiency as high as 98%

Support lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries

Multiple load work modes

Charging power and current limitation function

High-temperature charging power derating function

Standard Modbus communication protocol with RS485 interface

Real-time energy statistics function

PACKAGING

All components and parts are packed into strong and fumigation-free wooden cases with pallet for protecting them when loading & unloading, or design and make the packing solutions as your request.

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Solar Panel Racking and Mounts System
When homeowners think of installing a solar energy system on their home, rooftop solar is probably the first thing to come to mind. What many homeowners don’t realize is that installing ground mount solar panels is just as easy and cost-effective. Here ar

1. In many cases, ground-mounted solar panels can be your best option

While rooftop solar arrays are the most common choice for homeowners, there are many reasons to consider a ground-mounted solar panel system.

Generally, ground mount solar panels cost a bit more than rooftop solar on a per-watt basis because of additional labor and permitting that may be required for the installation. That being said, if your property isn’t ideal for rooftop solar, installing a ground-mounted system can actually save you more money in the long run.

Rooftop solar arrays are restricted by the characteristics of the roof on which they are installed. If your roof isn’t at the right angle, doesn’t face south, or has obstructions like chimneys or skylights, then your solar array will be less productive. On the other hand, ground-mounted solar panels can be located wherever the conditions are best.

In addition, if your home uses a lot of electricity, your roof might not be big enough for a solar energy system that meets your electricity needs. In contrast, ground-mounted solar systems can be sized to match your electricity consumption without the space restrictions of a rooftop system.

 

2. Not all ground-mounted solar panel systems are created equal

There are two basic types of ground-mounted solar panel systems:

Standard ground mounts use metal framing driven into the ground to hold your solar panels up at a fixed angle. Some standard ground-mounted solar panel systems can be manually adjusted a few times a year to account for seasonal shifts of the sun.

Pole mounted solar systems support multiple solar panels on a single pole and elevate panels higher off the ground than a standard ground mount. Pole mounted solar often incorporates tracking systems, which automatically tilt the solar panels to capture the optimal amount of sunshine.

Tracking systems can increase the production of your solar panels by 25 percent or more. If you decide to add a tracking system to your ground-mounted solar array, you have the option of either a single-axis or a dual-axis system. Single-axis tracking systems move your solar panels over the course of the day to follow the sun as it moves through the sky. Dual-axis tracking systems can also adjust based on seasonal variations in the sun’s position.

 

3. Ground mount solar panel systems offer benefits for all homeowners

Even if you are a good candidate for a rooftop solar energy system, there are many benefits to choosing a ground-mounted solar panel system.

First, ground-mounted solar panel systems are very easy to place, because they can be located on open land. They don’t require drilling into your roof, and the bracings used in standard ground mount systems are lightweight and easy to remove. (If you opt for a pole mount, they will usually be installed more securely.)

Second, a ground mount solar panel system can be more productive per panel than a rooftop solar array. Because they’re not dependent on your roof, ground-mounted solar panels are set at the perfect angle to optimize energy production. This means you can generate more electricity than a comparably-sized rooftop system, and save more money in the long run.

Finally, ground-mounted solar panels are very easy to access for cleaning and maintenance. If you live in an area that receives a lot of snow in the winter, being able to easily sweep the snow off of your solar panels is a major convenience.

 

Most installers offer a ground mount option, and the cost of standard ground-mounted solar is comparable with a rooftop solar energy system installation. If you decide to include a tracking system in your installation, you will pay an additional upfront cost, but the resulting increase in electricity production can make tracking systems cost-effective for many homeowners.

Wondering if ground-mounted solar is right for you? Check out our video all about ground-mounted installations:

Rooftop Mounts

Roof Mount Solar Racking Systems

A roof mount is a great option if your roof is sun-exposed and in good condition. It’s important to choose high quality components for a long-lasting, weatherproof installation.

You’ll need flashings, clamps or tile hooks to attach the racks to your rooftop. There are various options depending on your racking and type of roof (shingle, metal, or tile.)

Flat rooftops (or low slope roofs) can use similar racking hardware with tilt legs to achieve an appropriate angle. There are also ballasted racking systems, which aren’t drilled into the roof at all, but instead are weighted down with blocks.

Rooftop-mounted systems do not include the flashings or clamps required to attach the racking to your roof. Your roofing material will dictate what type of fasteners you will need:

Here’s what we recommend, based on your roofing material:

1. Shingle Rooftops: The KSUN Flashfoot 2 is great for shingle roofs.

2. Metal Rooftops: KSUN harware makes clamps that work with standing seam, corrugated and trapezoidal metal roofs.

3. Tile Rooftops: Quick Mount offers tile hooks and tile replacements to match your roof design.

Ground Mounts

Ground Mount Solar Racking System

Ground Mounts allow you to pick the optimal tilt angle in a south-facing direction. A standard ground mount is built on a structure of steel pipe and concrete at a fixed-tilt angle.

Pole Mounts allow you to adjust the tilt angle to maximize your power output throughout the seasons. A steeper tilt angle captures more power in the winter and also sheds snow off the panels. Pole mounts can be installed above foliage & snow banks to keep the panels clear of debris.

Trackers are pole-mounted racks that follow the sun to maximize daily production. Trackers are the most expensive option, and require maintenance, due to the complexity and moving parts. Trackers are mainly used for large utility-scale PV installations. Residential systems are typically better off installing a few extra panels on a fixed array.

KSUNsolar

Solar Power Tracker System

Applications

applications

Home Use

Office Use

Factory Use

Solar Farm

Project Case

Project Case

7KW, China

6.6KW, Kenya

8KW, Sydney

7KW Rooftop, China

10KW, Norway

5KW, Spain

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

   Can I increase the size of my system in the future?

This depends on your roof space and the size of the inverter. If you have sufficient roof space and additional capacity in the inverter you could increase the size of your system. Or you could add a second system to your roof. Please note: At this time, the solar Feed-in Tariffs in each state have limits on the system size which to they apply. Increasing the size of an existing solar power system could affect your eligibility for a Feed-in Tariff. Please call us for further information.

   Do solar panels work during blackout?

If your solar panel system is connected to the grid, it will shut off in the event of a blackout. This is to prevent emergency responders and electricity utility repair-people from being injured by your panels sending power back to the grid. However, there are certain inverters you can buy that provide backup power in a blackout when paired with a battery.

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