1880W solar kit / enphase grid-tied system BP3600078
- 1880 Watt Solar Kit
- Home Solar 1880 Watt Expandable Grid-tied Kit, includes 8 Talesun or ET solar panels with 8 Enphase MicroInverters. You provide the muscle and save 30 - 40% over the cost of hiring a professional installer and still receive all the rebates and solar tax incentives. Blue Pacific Solar 1880 watt home solar kit can product up to 282 kW of electricity per month based on 5 sun hours STC. We were thinking of your budget when we designed this affordable home solar kit because you can expand it to whatever size you want down the road. Home security and hedge against the rising cost of home energy will let you sleep at night knowing whatever happens to the cost of energy in the future, it will not affect your home budget.
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1880 Watt 1.9 kW Enphase Grid-Tied MicroInverter Kit
|Model||Part Number||Output Watts||Monthly Output Based On 5 Hours Sun Per Day||Type||Shipping Weight|
|1880 Watt MicroInverter||BP3600078||1,880||282 kWh (STC)||Grid Tied||519 lbs|
The Enphase MicroInverter is a grid tied utility interactive inverter that has been on the market since 2009. Each Enphase MicroInverter is individually connected to one solar panel. This configuration means that an individual maximum power point tracker (MPPT) controlls each solar panel for maximum power. Consistent upgrades and strong engineering support has made this product an affordable alternative for the DIY homeowner over hiring and paying for the labor and overhead of a solar company to do the complete installation. Our MicroInverter home solar kits are scalable from 230 watts to 20kW (STC-DC rating). You can potentially save thousands with these simplified home solar kits. Less cost = faster pay-back. Fast and simple to install, Blue Pacific Solar will provide all the documents as well as the permit services (Permit Service Optional), or you can do-it-yourself.
Producing over 282 kW per month (5 Sun Hours Per Day STC), our 1880 watt solar grid tie system comes with 8 Talesun or ET 235 watt solar panels powering 8 Enphase MicroInverter and the required roof module cabling. Durable and extremely efficient, our 1880 watt solar kit panels and Enphase MicroInverter are UL and CEC listed. Finally a home solar package that matches the 25 year guarantee on the solar panels with a 25 year guarantee on the inverter. Blue Pacific Solar has done all the work for you with this efficient simple grid-tied home solar system. Following our simple line drawings you will end up with an NEC (National Electric Code) compliant home solar system with a life expectancy of well over 25 years.
What's On the Truck:
- 8 - 235-watt Talesun or ET solar modules (Subject to Availablity)
- 8 - Enphase M215 Micro-inverters
- Required Enphase UL Listed Cables, End Caps and Connectors for Kit.
- 1 - Line Drawing
Product Ships in 3 - 5 Business Days After Funds Clear
|Options & Accessories - À la Carte||Part #||Price|
|Enphase, Envoy Communications Gateway, includes Wireless USB adapter (WiFi 802.11b/g/n), with Lifetime MyEnlighten System level monitoring, ENV-120-02 M||BP2977055|
|1 Set Basic IronRidge Roof Racking Option D (1 Rack Set Required Per Solar Panel 4 Panel MIN)||BP6932304|
|1 Set Basic IronRidge Ground Racking Option D (1 Rack Set Required Per Solar Panel 4 Panel MIN)||BP6932304|
|*1 - Enphase M215 Inverter w/MC4 Connector||BP2930480|
|*1 - Enphase Engage Cabling Drop / This product is sold by the drop. 1 drop per Enphase M215 inverter Engage Cabling 240 VAC, Portrait ET10-240||BP2977165|
*NOTE: To add 1 additional set of panels À la carte, you will need to add: "1 IronRidge Rack Set + 1 Astronergy solar panel + 1 Enphase M215 MicroInverter + 1 Enphase Cabling Drop" = 1 Additional Solar Kit "Set". Each "Set" adds 235 watts of power (STC) to the 2350 Watt Solar Kit.
|AC Home Battery Backup Option||Part #||Price|
|The Home Battery Backup allows you to make use of your grid-tied AC solar panel system when the utility grid is down.||BP9344487|
Enphase M215 MicroInverter
|Recommended input power (STC)||190 - 260W|
|Maximum input DC voltage||45V|
|Peak power tracking voltage||22V - 36V|
|Min./Max. start voltage||22V / 45V|
|Max. DC short circuit current||15 Amps|
|Max. input current||10.5 Amps|
|Maximum output power||215W|
|Nominal output current||0.9A (arms at nominal duration)|
|Nominal voltage/range||240V / 211-264V|
|Extended voltage / range||240V / 206-269V|
|Nominal frequency / range||60.0 / 59.3-60.5 Hz|
|Extended voltage / range||240V / 206-269V|
|Nominal frequency / range||60.0/59.3-60.5 Hz|
|Extended frequency range||960.0/59.2-60.6 Hz|
|Maximum units per 20A branch circuit||17 (single phase)|
|Maximum output fault current||1.05 Arms, over 3 cycles; 25.2 Apeak, 1.74ms duration|
Enphase MicroInverter Efficiency
|Inverter CEC weighted efficiency||96.0%|
|Peak inverter efficiency||96.3%|
|Static MPPT efficiency (weighted, reference EN50530)||99.6%|
|Dynamic MPPT efficiency||99.3%|
|Night time power consumption||Night time power consumption|
|Ambient temperature range||-40ºC to + 65ºC|
|Operating temperature range (internal)||-40ºC to + 85ºC|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||17.3 cm x 16.4 cm x 2.5 cm (6.8” x 6.45” x 1.0”)*|
|Weight||1.6 kg (3.5 lbs)|
|Cooling||Natural convection - No fans|
|Enclosure environmental rating||Outdoor - NEMA 6|
|Compatibility||Pairs with most 60-cell PV modules|
|Warranty||25-year limited warranty|
|Monitoring||Free lifetime monitoring via Enlighten software|
|Compliance||UL1741/IEEE1547, FCC Part 15 Class B CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 0-M91, 0.4-04, and 107.1-01|
|Talesun or ET 235 Watt Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Cells SILVER FRAME ND-235QCJ (*Equal or Better, Subject to Availability)|
|Open Circuit Voltage (VOC)||37.2 Volts|
|Maximum Operating Voltage (Vmp)||29.3 Volts|
|Short Circuit Current (Isc)||8.60 Amps|
|Maximum Power Current-IPM (A)||8.02 Amps|
|Maximum Power at STC (Pmax)||235 Wp|
|Maximum System Voltage||600 VDC|
|Short-circuit current temperature coefficient (Isc)||0.053%˚C|
|Open-circuit voltage temperature coefficient (Voc)||-0.36%/˚C|
|Peak power temperature coefficient||-0.485%/C|
|Power tolerance||+/- 5%|
|Surface Maximum Burden Weight||.28 lbs/sq. inch (30m/s, 200kg/sq.m)|
|Front Glass||0.13 inch tempered glass|
|Junction Box Type||IP65 rated SMK Locking Connector|
|Dimensions||1500mm (59.1in) x 668mm (26.3in)|
|Approximate Total Shipping Weight (Panels and Inverter (no rack))||540 lbs|
|Warranty||Solar panels 25 years, Enphase MicroInverter 25 years (See Document (tab) Details)|
**Standard Freight Delivery is Dock to Dock
In circumstances where we offer freight shipping, free or otherwise, that means dock to dock (not residential) to any of the lower 48 states. If the customer does not specify a local commercial dock that is available, we will ship to the nearest terminal where the shipment will be held for will call pick up by the customer. If you choose to have your order shipped to your residence, most orders require special handling for unloading and the pallet has to be transferred to a truck with a lift gate. In most cases, truck freight companies do NOT require their drivers to unload shipments. An additional "Residential" as well as a "Lift Gate" special handling fee will apply if the driver unloads the merchandise to the curb at your residence. The special handling fee is $89.00 and is available at checkout. If you have selected this add on service, the shipping carrier will call and schedule delivery of your solar kit, (provided the weight and dimensions of the product fits the criteria for lift gate service). You can avoid the residential and lift gate fees by arranging a "Will Call" pickup at the closest freight company terminal. In that case, you will need a pickup truck, a copy of the bill of laden, and a photo ID. When you arrive at the freight company terminal, the freight company will load your order into the bed of the truck with their forklift. The most common pallet size = 65" X 44" (Height depends on Product). Be sure and check for hidden damage.
1880 Watt Enphase MicroInverter Solar Kit Product Documents & Manuals
1880W Solar Kit Grid-Tied Systems Do-It-Yourself Home / Business Enphase MicroInverter w/ 235 Watt Sharp Solar Panels
How MicroInverter Works; The Enphase MicroInverter maximizes energy production from your 1880 watt solar panel array using some very simple principles. Each Enphase MicroInverter is individually connected to one solar panel in your array. This unique configuration means that an individual Maximum Peak Power Point Tracker (MPPT) controls each solar panel. This ensures that the maximum power available from each solar panel is exported to the utility grid regardless of the performance of the other solar panel in the array. That is, although individual solar panels in the array may be affected by shading, soiling, orientation, or solar panel mismatch, the Enphase MicroInverter ensures top performance for each solar panel. The result is maximum energy production from your 1880 watt solar kit.
Our 1880 watt solar kit is relatively simple to layout and install. You will not need string calculations, and you can install individual solar panels in any combination of solar panel quantity, type, age and orientation. Each MicroInverter quickly mounts on the solar panel racking (optional), directly beneath each solar panel. Low voltage DC wires connect from the solar panel via waterproof MC4 connectors directly to the co-located MicroInverter.
Simple Overview of the 1880 Watt Solar Kit Installation Procedure:
- Step 1 – Measure AC at the Electrical Utility Connection (See Enphase installation instruction sheet under "Documents" tab above)
- Step 2 – Install the AC Branch Circuit Junction Box (Not included)
- Step 3 – Position the Enphase Engage Cable
- Step 4 – Attach the MicroInverter to the Solar Racking (1880 Watt Solar Racking Optional)
- Step 5 – Dress the Enphase Engage Cable
- Step 6 – Terminate the Unused End of the Engage Cable
- Step 7 – Connect the Engage Cable to AC Junction Box(es)
- Step 8 – Ground the System
- Step 9 – Complete the 1880 Watt Solar Kit Installation Map
- Step 10 – Connect the Solar Panels
- Step 11 – Build the Virtual Array
Blue Pacific Solar has provided all of the main parts you will need for your 1880 watt solar kit, but here are some additional items that your may need prior to installing your solar kit. Conduit, appropriately sized electrical wire, some fasteners and grounding rod and wire. Building and installing your own 1880 watt solar kit is not only the smart choice for controlling your expenses, it may be on the most satisfying DIY projects you ever have undertaken.
NOTE, IMPORTANT 1880 Watt Grid Tied Solar Kit INSTALLATION: (OK, here is the scary legal disclaimer.) It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that all products are installed and operated in accordance with local and national building codes as specific by the NEC (National Electric Code), UBC (Uniform Building Code) or IBC (International Building Code) and local utility company policy. These codes may vary from city to city and county to county. All Grid-tied solar installations should be permitted and inspected, where required, by the local inspection authority in the same manner as other equivalent electrical systems. One last thing. It is always a good idea to contract with a local licensed electrician to at least do the final electrical connection of your 1880 Watt Grid Tied Solar Kit from the AC disconnect to your home utility breaker box. Some local permitting authorities require that a licensed electrician do all the wiring from the rack to the utility interconnect. If you need help with the permitting documents for your 1880 solar kit, we are here for you. Solar permit service add on is available at checkout.
Additional Safety Instructions, 1880 Watt Solar MicroInverter Kit; Perform all electrical installations in accordance with all applicable local electrical codes and the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70. Be aware that only qualified personnel should install or replace Enphase MicroInverter. Do not attempt to repair the Enphase MicroInverter in your 1880 Watt Solar Kit; it contains no user-serviceable parts. If it fails, please contact Enphase customer service to obtain an RMA (return merchandise authorization) number and start the replacement process. Tampering with or opening the Enphase MicroInverter will void the warranty. Before installing or using the Enphase MicroInverter, please read all instructions and cautionary markings in the technical description and on the Enphase MicroInverter System and the solar equipment. Connect the Enphase MicroInverter to the utility grid only after receiving prior approval from the electrical utility company. Be aware that the body of the Enphase MicroInverter is the heat sink. Under normal operating conditions, the temperature is 15°C above ambient, but under extreme conditions the MicroInverter can reach a temperature of 80°C. To reduce risk of burns, use caution when working with MicroInverter. Do NOT disconnect the solar module from the Enphase MicroInverter without first removing AC power.
1880 Watt Solar MicroInverter Kit is an affordable, cheap high quality solution for your home or businesses energy independence. Reducing on-site labor requirements the 1880 Watt Solar MicroInverter Kit can be expanded at anytime which makes it a cost effective home or business solar solution.