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Outback FX2012T E-Panel Pre-wired Power System #BP2120119

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  • Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System
  • Outback Power System is matched and prewired with Midnite Solar E-panel using all of the essential protective electronic devices in a compact space. Check out Blue Pacific Solar's competitive pricing on all our pre-wired power system products. The OutBack E-Panel is for applications with minimal power requirements such as grid interactive home backup power and off-grid cabins.  Utilizing a compact design and an easy-to-install mounting bracket, the fully pre-wired and tested OutBack E-Panel Power Systems are designed for a quick and hassle free installation, saving both time and money with just a few household tools.
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Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System

Model Part Number Output Watts Input Current Voltage DC/AC Type Shipping Weight
Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System BP2120119 2,000 60 Amps 12 / 120 Off-Grid / Grid Tied 107 lbs

 

Pre-wired and pre-tested for 120Vac/60Hz applications, Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System is ready to install. These systems are designed using tried and true grid-tied and off-grid applications with thousands in the field operating everyday. Wired with all of the necessary safety devices (Charge controllers are optional), it is compact in size and ideal for smaller to medium solar power applications such as cabins, off-grid applications, homes, remote communication sites and back-up grid tied power systems.

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What's In The Box

  • 1 - Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System Fully Assembled BP2120119
  • 1 Outback FX2012T Inverter
  • 1 Outback HUB-4 Communication Manager
  • 1 Atkinson Generator Start Control Module GSCM
  • 1 Outback RTS - Remote Temp Sensor
  • 1 Outback MATE Remote Monitor Controller
  • System Monitor Gives Instant Status and "Percent of Full" Battery Info
  • ETL and C-ETL Listed Midnite Solar E-Panel
  • AC and DC Input Breakers
  • Up to Nine AC or DC Breaker Knockouts for Optional Equipment
  • AC and DC Lightning Arrestors
  • Inverter Bypass Switch Allows Choice of Generator / Grid or Inverter Output
  • Easy to Connect Color Coded Buss Bars for AC and DC Connections
  • Multiple Available Knockouts for Conduit Attachments
  • Knockout for Optional GFCI AC Outlet
  • Single System Grounding Point
  • Clearly Labeled Connection Points for AC and DC Input and Output
  • Fully Assembled and Tested by Experienced Factory Trained Technicians
  • All Required Internal Cables and Connectors

Outback Battery Options

Choose the off-grid battery option that best fits your needs. The size of the battery bank you choose depends on the amount of power you require (Watts), the amount of time each day you expect to run your appliances, equipment and lights, and your location or available sunlight (If you are adding solar or wind power). As a rule-of-thumb, when considering batteries off-grid, use 3 days of autonomy (No Sun) as a minimum and 50% depth of discharge for your battery bank.
Battery Options Volts Watt Hours # Batteries power invertersIncludes Price  
Outback EnergyCell 200RE 12VDC 9,600 Watt Hours 4 Outback 200 aH AGMbattery Cables + Free Shipping
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UPG Battery Bank 6VDC 4,800 Watt Hours 4 UPG 200 aH 6V AGM charge controller Cables + Free Shipping
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UPG Battery Bank 6VDC 9,600 Watt Hours 8 UPG 200 aH 6V AGM batteries Cables + Free Shipping
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Optional Accessories pre-wired electrical Part # Price  
Outback Comprehensive Battery Enclosure (Batteries Sold Separately) - Up to 600AH / 28.8 kW / 28,800 Wattsmppt BP9890051solar charger
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Outback Battery Enclosure w/ 4 - Outback EnergyCell 200RE Batteries Expandable to 12 Batteries / 28.8kWh Backup Power
BP9890050-1outback rack
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Midnite Solar Modular MNBE-A Battery Enclosure Batteries Sold Separately)midnite solar battery box BP9937541power system battery
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Midnite Solar Modular MNBE-B Battery Enclosure (Batteries Sold Separately)midnite solar battery box BP9911119power system battery
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2 - 185 Watt Solar Panels; 1 - Morningstar TriStar TS-45, MPPT Charge Controller; BP9200360battery chargerTS-MPPT45 Controllers BP9200360pv charge controller
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OutBack Mate Remote Monitor / Controllerbattery charger BP9578062pv charge controller
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OutBack Mate 3 Remote Monitor / Controllerbattery charger BP9578732pv charge controller
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Outback Remote Temperature Sensorpanels BP9500102remote temperature sensor
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Charge Controller Mounted on Power Center Part Number   Input Current System Voltage Type Price  
OutBack FlexMax 60 Mounted on Power Center BP3552283P dc 60 Amps 12, 24, 36, 48, 60 VDC *MPPT
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OutBack FlexMax 80 Mounted on Power Center BP3510605P dc 80 Amps 12, 24, 36, 48, 60 VDC *MPPT
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Midnite Solar Classic 150 Mounted on Power Center BP3900141P dc 205 VDC 12 - 93 VDC *MPPT
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Midnite Solar Classic 250 Mounted on Power Center BP3920051 dc 315 VDC 12 - 93 VDC *MPPT
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**Freight Shipping is Dock to Dock

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In circumstances where we have to ship by freight, free or otherwise, that means dock to commercial 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.

Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System Specifications

Sealed Models Vented Models
FX2012T FX2524T FX3048T VFX2812 VFX3524 VFX3648
Nominal DC Input Voltage 12 VDC 24 VDC 48 VDC 12 VDC 24 VDC 48 VDC
Continuous Power Rating at 25° C 2000 VA 2500 VA 3000 VA 2800 VA 3500 VA 3600 VA
AC Voltage/Frequency 120 VAC 60 Hz 120 VAC 60 Hz 120 VAC 60 Hz 120 VAC 60 Hz 120 VAC 60 Hz 120 VAC 60 Hz
Continuous AC RMS Output at 25° C 17.0 amps AC 20.8 amps AC 25.0 amps AC 23.3 amps AC 29.2 amps AC 30.0 amps AC
Full Idle Power ≈ 20 Watts ≈ 20 Watts ≈ 23 Watts ≈ 20 Watts ≈ 20 Watts ≈ 23 Watts
Search ≈ 6 Watts ≈ 6 Watts ≈ 6 Watts ≈ 6 Watts ≈ 6 Watts ≈ 6 Watts
Typical Efficiency 90% 92% 93% 90% 92% 93%
Typical Total Harmonic Distortion 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2%
Maximum 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
Output Voltage Regulation ± 2% ± 2% ± 2% ± 2% ± 2% ± 2%
Peak Maximum Output Current 56 amps AC 70 amps AC 70 amps AC 56 amps AC 70 amps AC 70 amps AC
RMS 40 amps AC 50 amps AC 50 amps AC 40 amps AC 50 amps AC 50 amps AC
Surge AC Overload Capability 4800 VA 6000 VA 6000 VA 4800 VA 6000 VA 6000 VA
5 Second 4000 VA 4800 VA 4800 VA 4000 VA 5000 VA 5000 VA
30 Minutes 2500 VA 3200 VA 3200 VA 3200 VA 4000 VA 4000 VA
AC Input Current Maximum 60 amps AC 60 amps AC 60 amps AC 60 amps AC 60 amps AC 60 amps AC
AC Input Voltage Range (MATE Adjustable) 80 to 150 VAC 80 to 150 VAC 80 to 150 VAC 80 to 150 VAC 80 to 150 VAC 80 to 150 VAC
AC Input Frequency Range 54 to 66 Hz 54 to 66 Hz 54 to 66 Hz 54 to 66 Hz 54 to 66 Hz 54 to 66 Hz
DC Input Voltage Range 10.5 to 17.5 VDC 21.0 to 34.0 VDC 42.0 to 68.0 VDC 10.5 to 17.0 VDC 21.0 to 34.0 VDC 42.0 to 68.0 VDC
Continuous Battery Charge Output 80 amps DC 55 amps DC 35 amps DC 125 amps DC 85 amps DC 45 amps DC
Warranty Standard 2 year / Optional 5 year Standard 2 year / Optional 5 year
Unit Weight 56 lbs (25 kg) 54 lbs (25 kg)
Shipping 67 lbs (30 kg) 62.2 lbs (28 kg)
Unit Dimensions (H x W x L) 13 x 8.25 x 16.25" (33 x 21 x 41 cm) 12 x 8.25 x 16.25" (30 x 21 x 41 cm)
Shipping 21.75 x 13 x 22" (55 x 33 x 56 cm) 21.75 x 13 x 22" (55 x 33 x 56 cm)

 

Outback Flexmax 80 / 60 Charge Controller Specifications (Optional with E-Panel Power Systems)

FLEXmax 80 Specifications FLEXmax 60 Specifications
Nominal Battery Voltages 12, 24, 36, 48, or 60 VDC (Single model - selectable via field programming at start-up) 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 60 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 12 VDC systems 900 Watts / 24 VDC systems 1800 Watts / 48 VDC systems 3600 Watts / 60 VDC Systems 4500 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 12 VDC systems 750 Watts / 24 VDC systems 1500 Watts / 48 VDC systems 3000 Watts / 60 VDC Systems 3750 Watts
PV Open Circuit Voltage (VOC) 150 VDC absolute maximum coldest conditions / 145 VDC start-up and operating maximum 150 VDC absolute maximum coldest conditions / 145 VDC start-up and operating maximum
Standby Power Consumption Less than 1 Watt typical Less than 1 Watt typical
Power Conversion Efficiency 97.5% @ 80 Amps in a 48 VDC System - Typical 98.1% @ 60 Amps in at 48 VDC System voltage - Typical
Charging Regulation Five Stages: Bulk, Absorption, Float, Silent and Equalization Five Stages: Bulk, Absorption, Float, Silent and Equalization
Voltage Regulation Set points 10 to 80 VDC user adjustable with password protection 10 to 80 VDC user adjustable with password protection
Equalization Charging Programmable Voltage Set point and Duration - Automatic Termination when completed Programmable Voltage Set point and Duration - Automatic Termination when completed
Battery Temperature Compensation Automatic with optional RTS installed / 5.0 mV per °C per 2V battery cell 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 Can charge a lower voltage battery from a higher voltage PV array - Max 150 VDC input
Programmable Auxiliary Control Output 12 VDC output signal which can be programmed for different control applications
(Maximum of 0.2 amps DC)
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 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 Optional Mate or Mate2 with RS232 Serial Communications Port
Network Cabling Proprietary network system using RJ 45 Modular Connectors with CAT 5e Cable (8 wires) 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 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 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) 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)
Minimum -40° to maximum 60° C
(Power capacity of the controller is automatically derated when operated above 40° C)
Environmental Rating Indoor Type 1 Indoor Type 1
Conduit Knockouts One 1" (35mm)on the back; One 1" (35mm) on the left side; Two 1" (35mm) on the bottom 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 Standard 5 year / Available 10 Year
Weight - Unit 12.20 lbs (5.56 kg) 11.65 lbs (5.3 kg)
         - Shipping 15.75 lbs (7.10 kg) 14.55 lbs (6.4 kg)
Dimensions - Unit 16.25" x 5.75" x 4" (41.3 x 14 x 10 cm) -
(H x W x D)
13.5 x 5.75 x 4" (40 x 14 x 10 cm)
         - Shipping 21" x 10.5" x 9.75" (53 x 27 x 25 cm) 18 x 11 x 8" (46 x 30 x 20 cm)
Options Remote Temperature Sensor (RTS), HUB 4, HUB 10, MATE, MATE 2 Remote Temperature Sensor (RTS), HUB 4, HUB 10, MATE, MATE 2
Menu Languages English & Spanish English & Spanish
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Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System Pre-wired Power System 48V DC / 120 Volt AC

Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power Systems is solid-state electronic device that, when sized properly, can be used in nearly every solar and wind energy system that uses batteries. The Power Centers Blue Pacific Solar sells employ the latest in power electronics to regulate the battery charge by controlling the charging voltage and current from a solar panel array. Power Centers regulate the charge of the battery, but also prevent the battery from being over discharged which can damage the battery bank.

Off-grid or grid tied with battery backup, here is how the Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System basically works. For a grid tied battery backup, grid power comes into the Outback Outback E-Panel Power System. If the backup batteries are fully charged, the power is then passed to the critical load or backup load subpanel inside the home. The Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System is monitoring the sine wave of the grid, amps and volts. When the Outback Power System detects changes outside the default parameters, it immediately begins to draw power from the backup battery system and pushes it to the critical load subpanel.

If you have solar panel system connected to the Outback E-Panel Power System, the power center will use the electricity produced by your solar panels to charge the batteries making OutBack power systems a great choice for home backup and off-grid systems.

Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System uses multiple stages of control to regulate different voltage and current levels. The voltage and current of a battery varies over the different stages of battery charge. Though the amount can vary, the bulk charge usually is approximately 80%, the absorption charge is 10% with the float charge representing the balance of the battery charging process.

The bulk charging stage of the Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System process is the first stage to used to bring the battery depth of discharge (DOD) back to 100%. The bulk charge stage happens first in in the morning after the batteries DOD has drained down since sunset the previous day. The bulk charging stage pushes as many amps into the battery bank as possible from the solar panels and gets the voltage up in the process. The effect of a Power Center is not unlike trying to fill a glass of water from a faucet. You first turn the faucet on full while the glass if filling, then slowly taper off the pressure until the glass is full. When the battery bank reaches a predetermined level known as the bulk voltage set-point, the charge is then substantially slowed. Because the bulk voltage set point is determined by the type of battery you are using, many Power Centers have to be pre-set to the type of battery which will dictate the rate of charge.

The second state of charge the Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System employs is the absorption stage. After a battery system has been brought up to the bulk voltage set point, the Power Center slows down the charge rate because the battery bank cannot accept the same rapid charging pace without overheating and damaging the battery bank. At the absorption stage a battery bank is only about 80% full. The absorption charge is the function level in the process that tops off the battery bank. During the absorption stage, the Power Center holds the battery volts constant and reduces the amount of current sent into the battery. When the absorption stage is complete, the battery bank is fully charges.

The final step the Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System Power Center performs is the float charge. Typically a Power Center enters into a float charge state when the other charge levels of the battery bank has been achieved. When the number of peak sun hours is limited, a solar Power Center may not be able to get the battery bank back to the float stage before the next cycle begins.

Each Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System comes pre-wired with inverter, charge controller all mounted on a rack ready to power up. You simply have to finish connecting into your battery bank and wire to your breaker box or subpanel. Simple, easy, fast.

outback Outback E-Panel Power System IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System. (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. This product is designed for indoor or protected compartment installations. DO NOT expose the Outback Power System to rain, snow, moisture or liquids of any type. Use insulated tools to reduce the chance of electrical shock or accidental short circuits. Remove all jewelry such as rings, watches, bracelets, etc when installing the Outback Power System or any other electronic gear. Always disconnect the batteries or energy source prior to installation or performing maintenance on the Outback Power System inverter. Live power may be present at more than one point since an inverter utilizes both batteries and AC electricity. Turning off the Outback Power System may not reduce that risk. Always verify proper wiring prior to starting the inverter. Do not operate the Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System if it has been damaged. Always read and follow the manufactures installation and operating instructions for the Outback FX2012T E-Panel Power System prior to installation and operation.