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How to install 4100 Watt Solar Panel Array: Solar Off-Grid System Installation Video 22



Installation of an array of 18 230Watt {solar lights} Panels, wired in 6 series or “strings” of 3 panels each. These panels were mounted to roof with a UniSolar Rail Mounting System. We have used “weebs” to ground the panels to the rail and ran a grounding wire to connect the rails.

System specs and major component parts:
48Volt Nominal System
4100Watt {solar lights} Array (18 x 230Watt SoPray Polycrystalline Photovoltaic {solar lights} Panels)
4400Watt 48V Magnum Pure-Sine Inverter,
Outback FM80 80Amp Charge Controller with MPPT
16 x L-16 6V Deep Cycle Batteries
Main Enclosure Panel (Custom API E-Panel)
MidNite {solar lights} 6 String Combiner Box
UniSolar Roof Rack and Fast Jack Mounting

**{solar lights} arrays and components are designed to be installed by professionals. They are Dangerous electrical instruments. Misuse could result in injury or death. Please do not try this at home.

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28 Comments on "How to install 4100 Watt Solar Panel Array: Solar Off-Grid System Installation Video 22"

  1. Nice movie. However you can make it yourself. Just google inplix and learn how to do it easily.

  2. Ok , I want to know how much this cost to do this ???Anybody know a good company in Houston, Tx. email me please kmath851@yahoo.

  3. Whew I need to take my sea sickness medication now. Your video work made me nauseous.

  4. You can make it yourself, just loook and learn from INPLIX .

  5. My works too. I used Inplix handbooks and build it without any problems.

  6. Your bonding your rails not grounding your rails. and install the grounding under the array not along the side.

  7. you should cut your rails on the ground. I never install an array and cut the rails after the panels are installed on them.

  8. Terrible wire management and your rail spicing isn't uniform. sloppy

  9. No PPE on the roof and why penetrate a metal roof when a s-5 clam p could have been used

  10. ArnMatClav says:

    Hello! I've seen a single bare grounding wire that is installed underneath the panels and bolt to each frame. Did you do this? I'd understand this could be unnecessary since you installed the weeb clips. Am I right? Congrats for you nice work!

  11. I think that is nice movie. However you can make it yourself. Just google INPLIX and learn how to do it easily.

  12. I made it with INPLIX handbooks, just google it :)

  13. Bree Kraut says:

    I made it, learned on inplix website. great solutions I think.

  14. If I were to spend that much money on solar panels I would have gone for monochrystaline instead of poly to get more for my money, whilst leaving more space on my roof.

  15. My works too. I used Inplix handbooks and build it without any problems.

  16. Im sure you can build it too guys. Just look for InpliX page click the PIG and build it too

  17. Weeb Clips are on Wrong need to turn 90 degrees..

  18. Darcie Dehen says:

    so i made it too . just by using inplix scripts:)

  19. My works too. Used Inplix handbooks and build it with no problems.

  20. NexisFilms says:

    Jeffrey Donovan from Blair Witch Project 2 … lol

  21. not good enough like I thougt.

  22. Leo Luo says:

    verry good guy. how much you take money for build solar panel ? this good idea

  23. man i'd love 2 get my house on salor.. it sure would save me some moeny.. nice work. :)

  24. Not a bad system a little excited for a small system but well done. Good air flow under there solar doesn't work well in the heat so u did an alright job for air circulation 

  25. I want to know the voltage rating of a single module! can you please elaborate a bit that how 6 modules in series resulted in 48 volts when connected to the inverter?

  26. simon peter says:

    Use solar angle calculator <on internet>………………………………

  27. Orlando M P says:

    Aqui onde moro,o sol é tão forte que estes chapéus que vocês usam incomodaria e esquentaria os miolos!

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