Bentek Solar Receives UL 1741 Certification for Its String Combiners

The company announces that its family of string combiners is now ETL listed to UL standard 1741 and certified to CSA C22.2, according to UL standard 1741 for photovoltaic combiner enclosures.

SAN JOSE, CA ― June 2010 ― Bentek Solar, a leader in manufacturing and engineering solutions for complex electro-mechanical and power distribution systems, announces that its family of string combiners is now ETL listed to UL standard 1741 and certified to CSA C22.2, according to UL standard 1741 for photovoltaic combiner enclosures.


"We are pleased to announce that Bentek Solar has received the UL 1741 listing for several models within our family of solar string combiners. These models are designed to meet the exacting needs of our commercial and utility level customers by providing high quality, reliability and easy-to-install systems with a range of capabilities easily tailored to their project's specifications," said Mitch Schoch, President and CEO of Bentek.

Bentek Solar's string combiners are available in a range of sizes and power ratings, and feature monitoring and disconnect capabilities for commercial PV solar installations.

For more information about Bentek Solar's string combiners or to view online data sheets, please visit www.BentekSolar.com.

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About Bentek Solar
Founded in 1985, Bentek is a leader in manufacturing and engineering solutions for complex electro-mechanical and power distribution systems for the semiconductor and solar industries. Bentek has applied these extensive capabilities and knowledge into a comprehensive family of standard and configure-to-order (CTO) solar combiner products. These solar combiners provide quality, ease of installation and safety to the solar industry. For more information, contact Bentek Solar at 866-505-0303, e-mail JohnB@bentek.com or visit www.BentekSolar.com.

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