Weight 57 Kgs
|Product Code||S6 L16-SC|
|Capacity (C20)||487 Ah|
|Capacity (C100)||545 Ah|
|Height inc. terms||425 mm|
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Super High Efficiency Mono PERC Module (CS3L-370MS) Dimensions: 1765 X 1048 X 35mm
CANADIAN SOLAR INC.is committed to providing high quality solar products, solar system solutions and services to customers around the world. As a leading PV project developer and manufacturer of solar modules with about 30 GW deployed around the world since 2001, Canadian Solar Inc. is one of the most bankable solar companies worldwide.
With proprietary mono wafer and cell technologies Canadian Solar have developed an extraordinary module rage. Combining the best technology and design, it also reduces LCOE and installation costs.
The Super High HiKu mono modules with dimensions of 1765 x 1048 x 40mm, have the following unique features:
MORE RELIABLE (THANKS TO HALF CUT CELL TECHNOLOGY):
Cell: 120 x dual-cell Mono, 156 x 78 mm
Dimensions: 1765 x 1048 x 35 mm
Weight: 20.5 kg
THE NEW VFXR-SERIES
7 Features In One Device
GENERATOR MODE - CONNECT THE VFXR TO ANY GENERATOR:
1. Cover current consumption
2. Charge batteries
SUPPORT MODE- CONNECT THE VFXR TO ANY INVERTER TO EXPAND THE OUTPUT POWER:
1. Cover consumption with your inverter (any brand)
2. Cover your additional consumption with the VFXR (in cooperation with any brand)
GRID TIED MODE - INJECT EXCESSIVE POWER TO THE GRID:
3. Charge your batteries
4. Sell not consumed power to the grid
UPS MODE - USE THE BATTERIES IF THE GRID FAILS:
5. Cover consumption with the grid
6. In case of grid failure, switch to batteries without interruption
GRIDZERO MODE - USE THE GRID IF SOLAR POWER IS NOT AVAILABLE AND COVER HIGHER LOADS WITH SMALL INVERTERS:
7. Cover consumption with solar power (even with small inverters)
8. Take additional power from the grid to double the output of your inverter
MINI GRID MODE - USE THE GRID WHEN BATTERIES ARE LOW:
9. Cover consumption with solar power
10. Connect to the grid when batteries are low
BACKUP MODE - COVER GRID FAILURES WITH YOUR SOLAR SYSTEM:
11. Cover consumption with the grid
12. In grid failure, switch to solar system
The latest, most advanced features on the industry’s most trusted and proven platform—that’s the essence of OutBack’s new FXR Series of Grid/Hybrid inverter/chargers. Capable of off-grid or grid-connected operation in a single model, the FXR Grid/Hybrid inverter/chargers provide system designers with unprecedented flexibility and compatibility for nearly
any power conversion scenario.
The new FXR features and technologies on the acclaimed FX platform include:
FXR inverter/chargers can be paired with a MATE3 to add OPTICS RE to monitor and control system performance from any location. Available in power ranges from 2000W-3000W, multiple units may be stacked and connected with other OutBack Power electronics for more seamless system integration and the ability to function in a wide variety of applications, and system sizes. Up to nine inverters can be combined in a 3-phase system with the 12V, 24V or 48V models, and up to 30kW in a grid-tied 24V or 48V system. The exclusive modular system architecture means that increased power output is just an additional FXR inverter/charger away.
Available in sealed or vented units with NEMA type 1 die-cast aluminum chassis designed to operate in the harshest environmental conditions such as high temperatures, humidity or corrosive salt air, the FXR’s continue in OutBack’s tradition of absolute dependability in mission critical installations no matter how harsh or challenging the conditions.
Please Note: The new VFXR range only work with a Mate 3 (the standard Mate or Mate B will not work with them)
These are the best charge controllers on the market, they are solid, reliable and what we use for The Bimble Inn.
The FLEXmax family of charge controllers is the latest innovation in Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) charge controllers from OutBack Power Technologies. The innovative FLEXmax MPPT software algorithm is both continuous and active, increasing your photovoltaic array power yield up to 30% compared to non-MPPT controllers. Thanks to active cooling and intelligent thermal management cooling, both FLEXmax charge controllers can operate at their full maximum current rating, 60 Amps or 80 Amps respectively, in ambient temperatures as high as 104°F (40°C).
Included in all of the FLEXmax Charge Controllers are the revolutionary features first developed by OutBack Power, including support for a wide range of nominal battery voltages and the ability to step-down a higher voltage solar array to recharge a lower voltage battery bank. A built-in, backlit 80 character display shows the current status and logged system performance data for the last 128 days at the touch of a button. The integrated OutBack network communications allows FLEXmax series Charge Controllers to be remotely programmed and monitored via a MATE system display and provides unrivaled system integration.
FLEXmax MPPT Charge Controllers are the only choice when you demand a high performance, efficient and versatile charge controller for your advanced power system.
|Voltage||Recommended PV Max||Absolute Max|
|FLEXmax 80 Specifications|
|Nominal Battery Voltages||12, 24, 36, 48, or 60 VDC (Single model - selectable via field programming at start-up)|
|Maximum Output Current||80 amps @ 104° F (40°C) with adjustable current limit|
|Maximum Solar Array STC Nameplate||12 VDC systems 1250 Watts / 24 VDC systems 2500 Watts / 48 VDC systems 5000 Watts / 60 VDC systems 6250 Watts|
|NEC Recommended Solar Array STC Nameplate||12 VDC systems 1000 Watts / 24 VDC systems 2000 Watts / 48 VDC systems 4000 Watts / 60 VDC Systems 5000 Watts|
|PV Open Circuit Voltage (VOC)||150 VDC absolute maximum coldest conditions / 145 VDC start-up and operating maximum|
|Standby Power Consumption||Less than 1 Watt typical|
|Power Conversion Efficiency||97.5% @ 80 Amps in a 48 VDC System - Typical|
|Charging Regulation||Five Stages: Bulk, Absorption, Float, Silent and Equalization|
|Voltage Regulation Set points||10 to 80 VDC user adjustable with password protection|
|Equalization Charging||Programmable Voltage Setpoint and Duration - Automatic Termination when completed|
|Battery Temperature Compensation||Automatic with optional RTS installed / 5.0 mV per °C per 2V battery cell|
|Voltage Step-Down Capability||Can charge a lower voltage battery from a higher voltage PV array - Max 150 VDC input|
|Programmable Auxilary Control Output||12 VDC output signal which can be programmed for different control applications
(Maximum of 0.2 amps DC)
|Status Display||3.1" (8 cm) backlit LCD screen - 4 lines with 80 alphanumeric characters total|
|Remote Display and Controller||Optional Mate or Mate2 with RS232 Serial Communications Port|
|Network Cabeling||Proprietary network system using RJ 45 Modular Connectors with CAT 5e Cable (8 wires)|
|Data Logging||Last 128 days of Operation - Amp Hours, Watt Hours, Time in Float , Peak Watts, Amps, Solar Array Voltage, Max Battery Voltage Min Battery Voltage and Absorb for each day along with total Accumulated Amp Hours, and kW Hours of production|
|Hydro Turbine Applications||Consult factory for approved Turbines|
|Positive Ground Applications||Requires two Pole Breakers for switching both positive and Negative Conductors on both Solar Array and Battery Connections (HUB-4 and HUB-10 can not be used for use in positive ground applications)|
|Operating Temperature Range||Minimum -40° to maximum 60° C
(Power capacity of the controller is automatically derated when operated above 40° C)
|Environmental Rating||Indoor Type 1|
|Conduit Knockouts||One 1" (35mm)on the back; One 1" (35mm) on the left side; Two 1" (35mm) on the bottom|
|Warranty||Standard 5 year / Available 10 Year|
|Weight - Unit||12.20 lbs (5.56 kg)|
|- Shipping||15.75 lbs (7.10 kg)|
|Dimensions - Unit||16.25" x 5.75" x 4" (41.3 x 14 x 10 cm) -
(H x W x D)
|- Shipping||21" x 10.5" x 9.75" (53 x 27 x 25 cm)|
|Options||Remote Temperature Sensor (RTS), HUB 4,
HUB 10, MATE, MATE 2
|Menu Languages||English & Spanish|
The new MATE3 System Display and Controller makes it easy to program and monitor a OutBack Power System. An intuitive and integrated system configuration wizard makes system setup and programming quick and seamless.
The ability to set unique multi-level user passwords allows the user to secure critical system settings from unintended changes, while still allowing open access to necessary functions.
The MATE3 is packed full of features to make system management simple. The easy-to-read graphical LCD display is backlit for dark operating conditions. Improved tactile buttons and a user programmable “favorite” key give you immediate access to the features you want, while an intuitive scroll wheel interface allows for easy adjustment of system setpoints. Expandable SD card memory allows you to increase data logging capacity as well as upgrade units in the field.
A built-in clock and calendar function enables timer-based programming of inverter and charger operation. All of your settings are stored in permanent memory to eliminate the need to reprogram in the event of a system shutdown or battery replacement. The MATE3 is an Internet enabled device – simply connecting to the Internet will allow full remote system.
By adding the Mate Controller you can also use the outback inverters as a off grid/grid hybrid system allowing you to use the power from your batteries primarily and switching to use the grid when your batteries are low, thus minimising your use of the grid and ensuring you get the best use of your renewable power set-up, and yet never run out of power. Or you can configure an automatic generator start from them if needed.
The HUB-4 communication manager allows the MATE to control and monitor a maximum of four OutBack products. The inverter/chargers can be operated in a stacked or independent configuration, and OutBack MPPT charge controllers can also be used on any of the four available ports of the HUB-4. Future OutBack products will also be compatible with the HUB-4. The HUB-4 manages both the inter-inverter communications and the MATE-inverter communication. The HUB-4 also can be used with the X-240 autotransformer when series stacked to allow full surge and continuous AC load capacity of each FX to be available on either of the 120 VAC output circuits. When two or more FX inverters are stacked in a parallel or series configuration, the system automatically turns off any excess slave inverters to save power and maximize conversion efficiency. This power save system is fully automatic and works with or without the MATE connected to the system One or two MATE system controllers and displays can be connected to the HUB. One Mate is allowed to program the systems while the other MATE is able to only control and display the system operation. When using a single MATE with a HUB-4, programming can be locked out by moving the MATE from the 1st MATE port to the 2nd MATE port once programming has been completed. The maximum distance from the HUB-4 to the power conversion product should be under 10 feet. OutBack includes two 3 foot long and two 6 foot long CAT5 cables standard with the HUB-4.
6mm² Solar Cable - Price is per meter, simply select the quantity as the number of meters you want.
Double Insulated UV protected solar cable
Max load: 70A in air
Our solar cable is ozone resistant according to BS EN 50396
UV resistant according to HD 605 S2 and is tested for durability according to EN 60216
Flexible tinned copper conductor
Class 5 flexible tinned copper conductor
Halogen-free cross-linked compound
Halogen-free cross-linked, flame retardant compound
Panel mounted hydraulic-magnetic type circuit breakers that can be used for DC sources, inverters or load circuits.
STÄUBLI MC4 Solar PV connectors - Pair of Y Branches
Connect your solar modules together with ease using these safe and durable MC4 connectors. This pair of "Y" shape connectors (one in a male to female, female configuration, and one in a female to male, male configuration) will allow you to connect panels or strings of panels together. If you need to connect 3 panels together then it is cheaper to use 2 pairs of these than to purchase a 3 way splitter (its about 1/3 of the cost to use these)
|Connector system||Ø 4 mm|
|Rated voltage||1500 V DC (UL)|
|Rated current||50 A|
|Rated impulse voltage||12 kV|
|Ambient temperature range||-40 °C...+75 °C (UL)|
|Upper limiting temperature||105 °C (Stäubli)|
|Degree of protection, mated unmated||IP67 IP2X|
|Overvoltage category/Pollution degree||CATIII / 2|
|Contact resistance of plug connectors||≤0.5 mΩ|
|Contact material||Copper, tin plated|
|Locking system (UL)||Locking type|
|UL recognized component, in accordance with UL 6703||E343181|
DC Wireless Battery Meter - 500A
A great little affordable meter to help you measure what is stored in your batteries. Easy to install, you simply feed the negative cable from the batteries through the sensor, no cables to cut. The meter is wireless and powered by USB so you can easily install it somewhere in your living area.
The meter has 18 functions
Display:2.4 inch TFT LCD display
Self-power measurement range of 6V ~ 80V
Measurement range 0~120V when external power supply
Input current measurement range 0~50A 100A 200A 300A 500A Can choose
External supply voltage 6-60V
Display mode 2.4 inch color LCD display
Current 0.1A~50A 100A 200A 300A 500A Can choose
Time 0 ~ 100 hours
Power value 999KW
Voltage ± 1% + 2 words
Current ± 2% + 5 words
Temperature ± 1.5 ℃
Measurement rate 5 times / second
Relay delay time (0-60)S
Communication distance Open single group 10 meters
OVP (overvoltage protection) 0.01V~500V
LVP (undervoltage protection) 0.01~500V
OCP (Charge Overcurrent Protection) 0-500A
NCP (discharge overcurrent protection) 0-500A
Display board size 87 * 49 * 14 (mm)
Measuring plate size 114 * 54 * 28 (mm)
1 Remaining battery capacity Column 8 Accumulated value of single run time
2 Accumulated remaining AH number 9 Output status display directory
3 Accumulated Energy
4 The time it takes to fully charge or discharge the battery (calculated based on charge and discharge current and capacity)
5 wireless communication signal indicator
6 Key lock indication
7 Real-time measurement of temperature
A Percentage of Battery Remaining Capacity
B Power value
C function options directory
D Actual voltage value
E Actual measured current
1 discharge relay control interface
2 charging relay control interface
3 USB2.0 interface (for display panel power supply)
4 Voltage Measurement Interface
5 External power supply interface
6 external power supply and its own choice of power interface
7 relay switch button
Note: If the measured battery (power) voltage (6-80) V range can be battery (power) its own power supply wiring, if the measured battery voltage is greater than 80V or less than 6V should be used for external power supply wiring; voltage if not (6-80) V range, please do not use their own power supply wiring, this may damage the measuring instrument.
(1) its own power supply wiring diagram
NOTE: If the tested battery (power supply) can work with its own power supply voltage (6-80V) during normal operation, first adjust the jumper cap of the power supply selection interface to "2W", and then connect The positive and negative poles of the battery (power supply) are connected to the voltage measurement port "+Bat-"; note that "+" connects to the positive terminal of the battery (power supply), and "-" connects to the negative terminal of the battery (power supply). The positive and negative poles of the power supply must not be connected. Wrong or reverse, the battery (power) is connected to the positive pole of the load, the negative pole of the battery (power) is connected to the negative pole of the load through the Hall sensor. When the current flowing through the Hall sensor and the Hall sensor power-on arrow When the direction is the same, the measured current will show a positive value, otherwise the measured current will show a negative value.
(2) External power supply wiring diagram
Note: If the voltage range of the tested battery (power supply) is not within the range of (6-80V) during normal operation, the external power supply connection mode can be used. First, adjust the jumper cap of the power supply selection interface to "3W" to connect the external power supply. Positive and negative poles are connected to "+Vext-". Note that "+" is connected to the positive pole of the external power supply, and "-" is connected to the negative pole of the external power source; then connect the positive and negative poles of the battery (power supply) to the voltage measurement port "+Bat - "Department, pay attention to" + "connected to the battery (power) positive," - "battery (power) negative. The positive and negative poles of the battery (power supply) should not be connected wrongly or reversed. Connect the positive pole of the battery (power supply) to the positive pole of the load. The negative pole of the battery (power supply) is connected to the negative pole of the load through the hall sensor when passing through the hall sensor. Of the current direction and the direction of the Hall sensor power-up arrow when the measured current will be displayed as positive, while the measured current is displayed as a negative value.
(3) discharge relay wiring diagram
Note: The relay's working power is provided by an external power supply. If it is connected to a relay, it must provide an external power supply with the same working voltage as the relay. Connect the control port of the relay to the interface of the discharge controller. If you want to control the positive side of the discharge, pass the positive line through the relay. If you want to control the negative side of the discharge, connect the negative line to the relay. When the relay is on, the OUT lamp It will light, off when off as a reminder.
(4) charging relay wiring diagram
Note: The relay's working power is provided by an external power supply. If it is connected to a relay, it must provide an external power supply with the same working voltage as the relay. Connect the control port of the relay to the interface of the charging controller. If you want to control the positive side of charging, pass the positive line through the relay. If you want to control the negative side of charging, connect the negative line to the relay. When the relay is on, "IN" light It will light, off when off as a reminder
Battery Inter-connecting Cable - 35mm cable with M8 - M8 Lugs (M8 on both ends)
Made up to size for you for connecting your batteries together.
35mm Cable - Use for connecting Batteries to Inverter
You will need 2 cables, 1 for Positive and 1 for Negative
If you need a longer cable please let us know.
16mm cable - for Large Charge Controller to Batteries - 2 Meter length with M8 Lug.
You will need 2 cables per charge controler (Pos & Neg). The Lugs are on 1 end only as the charge controllers have bare wire connectors.
If you need longer lengths please let us know
STÄUBLI MC4 Solar PV connectors - Pair
Connect your solar modules together with ease using these safe and durable genuine Staubli MC4 connectors. Snap-in lock. MC4 crimp tool required to make onto cable ends. YOUTUBE VIDEO
Suitable for 4mm² and 6mm² solar cable with an outside diameter of 5.0 - 6.0mm, Part number: 32.0014P0001-UR & 32.0015P0001-UR
|Connector system||Ø 4 mm|
|Rated voltage||1500 V DC (UL) 1000V DC (IEC)|
|Rated current||39 A 4/6mm cable|
|Rated impulse voltage||12 kV|
|Ambient temperature range||-40 °C...+85 °C (TUV)|
|Upper limiting temperature||105 °C (TUV)|
|Degree of protection, mated unmated||IP65 1hr IP68 1min|
|Overvoltage category/Pollution degree||CATIII / 3|
|Contact resistance of plug connectors||≤0.25 mΩ|
|Safety class||1000 V DC: II|
|Contact material||Copper, tin plated|
|Locking system (UL)||Locking type|
|UL recognized component, in accordance with UL 6703||
*Please note male and female refers ot the metal conductor and not the plastic insulator*
4 Way unit can hold our Tomzn DC and AC breakers
Unit can hold the following options:
This is an empty unit, you must add the breakers you need to your cart as well, see related items tab above to see the breakers that fit.
To Earth your Inverter. Drive the earth stake into the ground and run a 16mm cable from the Inverter Earth to the earth clamp, attached to the earth stake. Earth is an important part of your electrical system, you need to have an earth for safety. In audio equipment you will usually encounter problems if there is no earth stake.
Electrolyte copper bond earth rod. Non expandable.
Brass. Rod to lug earth clamp.
Affordable RCBO Breaker for 35mm DIN mount. Use with our DIN Rail as an easy and affordable breaker solution.
RCBO - combined RCD and MCB, gives double protection. Your inverter output should go via and RCBO to protect your safety from Over current and Leakage.
AC 50/60Hz rated voltage 230V for single pole two wire, 2 pole.
Personnel and fire protection
Cable and line protection against overload and short-circuits
2. General rules for choosing RCBO:
a.Rated residual operating current
In ≤ 30 mA: additional protection in the case of direct contact In ≤300 mA: preventative fire protection in the case of ground fault currents
AC class - Tripping is ensured for sinusoidal, alternating currents, whether they be quickly applied or slowly increase.
C curve (5-10 In) protection and control of the circuits against overloads and short-circuits; protection for resistive and inductive loads with low inrush current.
A small, low cost multimeter supplied with test leads and holster.
DMM Functions: DC Current, AC/DC Voltage, Continuity, Diode, Resistance, Transistor
No. of Digits: 3.5
DMM Response Type: Average
Display Count: 1999
Range Selection: Manual
Voltage Measure DC Max: 500V
Voltage Measure AC Max: 500V
Current Measure DC Max: 5A
Resistance Measure Max: 2Mohm