Bentek Solar Launches Several New Solar Products

Based on the growth and overall market acceptance for its solar products, the company introduced several new solar products for shipment this quarter. The new extended family of solar products accommodates both the 600VDC and 1000VDC marketplace.

SAN JOSE, CA - April 2011 - Bentek Solar, a leader in the design and manufacture of optimized Configure-To-Order (CTO) commercial and utility scale solar products, introduces several new solar products.


Based on the aggressive growth and overall market acceptance for its solar products, Bentek Solar has introduced several new solar products for shipment this quarter. The new extended family of solar products accommodates both 600VDC and the growing 1000VDC marketplace.

Bentek Solar's new solar products include:
Bi-polar combiners and re-combiners for bi-polar inverters
Circuit breaker commercial and utility scale re-combiners
Multiple Disconnect Safety Systems (MDSS and CBSS)

Bentek Solar's new solar products and cut sheets can be viewed on the recently extended Web site at http://www.Bentek.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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