Solar

Industrial Batteries are designed to last much longer than consumer batteries and are able to perform in some of the most extreme environmental conditions. The longevity, reliability and performance are critical when these batteries are installed in remote locations that make it extremely difficult to replace. 

Solar Panels absorb sunlight with photovoltaic cells to create a direct current (DC). This current is routed through a solar charge controller and then directed to a battery bank for storage. Current can then be drawn from the battery through a DC to AC solar inverter to create usable power.

Charge Controllers regulate the voltage and amperage coming from the solar panels to the battery to help maintain the state of charge without overcharging.

Solar Lightening Arrestors are designed to absorb voltage spikes caused by lightning, allowing the surge to bypass wiring and equipment.

Power Inverters convert DC power from a battery to AC power.

Solar ground fault protection is used in electrical systems to prevent current from taking an alternative path to the ground resulting in injury or damage to equipment.