3000W Emergency Solar Power Kit SES-2


$3,100.00



COVERS YOU WHEN IT’S REALLY NEEDED: AIP’s Emergency Power systems are meant for protracted power outages. They are not meant to support typical living standards. The use of high energy consumption devices such as microwaves will deplete battery storage and change the amount of energy available to run critical systems. The use of gas or other means to heat or cook food is advised.
KIT POWER CAPACITY: 3300 Max Watts/day with 3000 W Inverter ***26% ITC Qualified (residential)***r
AIP SES POWER SYSTEM – Can be used immediately – Provides battery storage – Provides 120VAC inverter – No licensed electrician required – No permitting required – Ready to Go: (Just Plug in Items you wish to Power) Units are shipped as ready to assemble kits with easy to follow instructions. The units may be assembled and used immediately and for extended periods or may be used in emergency conditions and stored when emergency is resolved.
IF THE POWER USAGE GUIDE IS FOLLOWED, there is sufficient power to operate and maintain a safe living environment without being cut off from the outside world or be without fresh food.
KIT POWER CAPACITY: (2) 330W Solar Panels (W /ground mount racking -ballast (weights to secure panels) Recommended) (2) CB6 -250 Deep Cycle Batteries (w/cables) ( l) Charge Controller ( l) 3000W Modified Sine Wave Inverter ( 12VDC in – 120VAC out) 50′ Cabling (Solar Panels to Charge Controller) 8′ Cabling (Charge Controller to Batteries) Battery cabling for series connection and inverter Complete instruction/connection diagram

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