Enphase Energy 7500W Grid-Tied Solar Kit; DIY (Do-it-yourself)
- EEC-7500 Grid-Tied Solar Kit
- This fast and easy 250 watt solar panel system employs microinverter technology to simplify design and installation. We're always looking for ways to make solar easier and more cost effective for home and business owners. Independent minded customers are the inspiration behind our solar kits which provide quick and easy installation. Our system includes a grid tied microinverter per panel, Enphase cable drops portrait or landscape with clips and end caps. Choose the system that best fits your available space and budget with the knowledge you can expand your kit at any time down the road.
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Enphase Energy 7500W (7.5 kW) Grid-tied Microinverter Package
|Kit Description||Part Number||STC* Array Size||Monthly kWh @ 5 Sun Hours /Day STC*||Enphase Inverter Model||Type||Panel & Inverter Warranty|
|7500 Watt, 30 Panel
Enphase Microinverter Kit
|EEC-7500||7,500 Watts||1,125 kWh||ENPHASE, M215-60-2LL-S22-IG||Grid Tied Microinverter||25 Years|
Enphase Microinverters are installed at each solar panel, maximizing energy production and converting the DC power from the panel into standard AC electricity. This offers greater design flexibility and simplified installation, accommodating different roof planes, pitches, or rooftop obstacles. The first to introduce module-level microinverters, Enphase technology maximizes safety and design flexibility. The M215 Microinverters are covered by a 25-year limited warranty. Each Enphase Microinverter is individually connected to one solar panel in your array. This unique configuration means that an individual Maximum 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 panels in the array.
The M215 Microinverter is connected to the AC branch circuit using the Engage cable system. The Engage Cable is a continuous length of 12AWG cable with per-installed connectors for the Enphase Microinverters to plug into. The cable is handled like standard outdoor-rated electrical wire, allowing it to be cut, spliced and extended as needed. The Engage system is comprised of ruggedized cabling and accessories that enable fast, easy installations of the Enphase system. Snap-together connectors and waterproof enclosures deliver a streamlined, secure, and standardized approach to array wiring unique to the Enphase System.
Each of the microinverters that makes up the 7500W solar kit integrates with Enphase network technology allowing you to monitor each panel performance throughout the day. (Monitor is Optional) Enphase system monitoring capability be accomplished using the optional Envoy monitor by simply plugging into a 120 volt wall outlet. You can also track your solar production by using other different types of monitors, but most customers would opt for the Envoy monitor because you can read individual panel performance rather that the whole systems performance.
Canadian Solar is a vertically integrated manufacturer of ingots, wafers, solar cells, and modules, Canadian Solar delivers uncompromising value in over 50 countries around the world. Best Warranty Insurance; 25 year worldwide 100% warranty term coverage providing third party bankruptcy rights, non-cancellable, by 3 top insurance companies. 25 Year Warranty, UL Listed.
Blue Pacific Solar has done all the work for you with this efficient simple grid-tied home solar system. Follow the custom line drawing we include with every solar kit and you will have a NEC (National Electric Code) compliant home solar system with a life expectancy of well over 25 years.
What's On the Truck:
- 30 - 250 Watt Canadian Solar Panels, CS6P-250P Black Frame
- 30 - Enphase M215 Microinverters M215-60-2LL-S22-IG
- Required Number Enphase Cable Drops, End Caps and Connectors for Kit
- Enphase, Install Kit for M215 (4 Terminators, 1 Disconnect Tool, 5 Water tight caps)
- 1 Square D, AC Disconnect, DU221RB
- 1 Line Drawing; Full Instructive Three-Line Diagram of Entire DC Circuit, as Well as AC Lines to Your Metered Service Entrance.
Kit Ships in 3 to 5 Business Days After Funds Clear. Stocked in Hawaii, California & New Jersey. Custom Line Drawing is sent via email in 5 - 7 business days.
|Arrh! More Power? Upgrade to Canadian Solar, 255W PV Module Upgrade, CS6P-255P-Black Frame (1 Set Per Panel. Example: 10 Panel Kit Upgrade = Add 10 Sets to Upgrade to 255 Watts Each. 20 Panel Kit, Add 20 Sets)||CS255|
|3.0kW AC Coupled Backup This home battery backup kit allows you to use your Enphase solar system to charge 10,752 watts of battery off-grid backup to home solar system with an option for 21,500 watts. If your system is 3600 watts or less, or has a string we can isolate for this application, you can add this cost effective backup and leave the lights on during utility power outages.||BP9344487|
|Arrh! Even More Power? Upgrade to the New Enphase M250 Microinverter. The Enphase® M250 Microinverter delivers increased energy harvest over the traditional Enphase M215. Additionally, with the M250, the DC circuit is isolated and insulated from ground, so no Ground Electrode Conductor (GEC) is required for the microinverter. This further simplifies installation, enhances safety, and saves on labor and materials costs.
(1 Set Per Panel. Example: 10 Panel Kit Upgrade = Add 10 Sets to Upgrade to M250 Each. 20 Panel Kit, Add 20 Sets)
*STC - To learn more about solar panels and how they are measured you need to know what STC stands for. STC in an acronym for "Standard Test Conditions". All solar panels are rated in Watts. The watt rating is how much power (amps times volts) the panel will produce in full sunlight at 25 degrees C (77F). This is the industry standard (STC) for all PV panel ratings (PV means Photovoltaics which is a fancy word for solar). Solar panel manufactures have long used this test standard which is 1,000 watts per square meter solar irradiance, 1.5 Air Mass and a 25 degrees C. cell temperature.
PTC is an acronym for "PV-USA". The PV-USA test conditions was developed at the PV USA test site at the University of Davis, California for standards established by the California Energy Commission that are considered closer to real world conditions (Real World Vs STC factory test conditions). The PTC rating test is 1,000 watts per square meter solar irradiance, 1.5 Air Mass, and 20 degrees C. ambient temperature at 10 meters above ground level and wind speed of 1 meter per second. In California, solar panels manufactures must be tested and rated independently at the PV USA test facility at the University of Davis (CA) to be considered for rebates.
The ambient temperature rating (PTC) is generally considered a better real world standard than factory conditions because silicon solar cells average about 20 degrees C. above ambient temperature in the real world, cell voltage drops as temperature increases. A module's power output in real life conditions is lower than the power measured at the panel manufacturing factory where cell temperature is maintained at a controlled 77 degrees F. (25 C).
STC Vs PTC Cell voltage drops about 0.08 volts per degree C. in environments which exceed 25 degrees C. That means an STC rating of 17 volts can actually become a PTC (PV-USA) rating of 15 or 16 volts. Using Ohm's Law, volts times amps is equal to watts which equals power, so a reduced voltage, means reduced watts.
Neither PTC nor STC account for all "real-world" losses. Actual solar systems will produce lower outputs due to soiling, shading, module mismatch, wire losses, inverter and transformer losses, shortfalls in actual nameplate ratings, panel degradation over time, and high-temperature losses for arrays mounted close to or integrated within a roofline.
Enphase M215 - MICROINVERTER TECHNICAL DATA
|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|
CANADIAN SOLAR CS6P-250P - PANEL TECHNICAL DATA
|Canadian Solar CS6P-250P|
|Open Circuit Voltage (VOC)||37.2 Volts|
|Maximum Operating Voltage (Vmpp)||30.1 Volts|
|Short Circuit Current (Isc)||8.87 Amps|
|Maximum Power Current-IMP (A)||8.3 Amps|
|Maximum Power at STC (Pmax)||250 Wp|
|Maximum System Voltage (NEC)||1000 VDC|
|Short-circuit current temperature coefficient||+0.043%/P|
|Open-circuit voltage temperature coefficient||45/C|
|Peak power temperature coefficient||-0.43%/C|
|Power measure tolerance||+/- 5%|
|Surface burden maximum load capacity||ISO 9001 quality standards and ISO 14001 environmental standards; IEC 61215 / IEC 61730 Application Class A certifications|
|Front Glass||0.13 inch tempered glass|
|Junction Box Type||IP65 rated MC4|
|Dimensions||64.5 x 38.7 x 1.57 Inches|
|Certification Approvals / Listed||UL/US, SA/US, BRE Global Listed, TUV Rheinland ID:0000024963, PV Cycle Association, CE, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, GB/T 28001|
|Solar Panel Warranty||Output warranty of 80% performance Pmpp (STC) 25 years|
Documents & Manuals
Enphase 7500W Solar Kit Do-It-Yourself Home or Business Package
Enphase 7500W Solar Kit is relatively simple to layout and install. You will not need string calculations, just keep your string to a maximum of 17 panels, and you can install individual solar panels in any combination of solar panel quantity, type, age and orientation. Each microinverter quickly mounts on the roof or ground rack (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 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 (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
- Step 8 – Ground the System
- Step 9 – Complete the Installation Map
- Step 10 – Connect the 250 Watt Solar Panels
- Step 11 – Build the Virtual Array
Blue Pacific Solar has provided all of the main parts you will need for your 7500W solar kit. Here are some additional items that your may need prior to installing your package. Conduit, appropriately sized electrical wire, some fasteners and grounding rod and wire. Building and installing your own home solar system 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 INSTALLATION: 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. Blue Pacific Solar recommends you contract with a local licensed electrician to do the final electrical connection of your solar system 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 kit, we are here for you. Solar permit service add on is available at checkout.
Additional Safety Instructions; 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; 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.
This Enphase 7500W Solar Kit is an affordable expandable do-it-yourself (DIY) high quality solution for your home or businesses energy independence.