SolarBOS Proud to Introduce Battery Connection Panel

Allowing customers to employ multiple battery banks with a single inverter.

LIVERMORE, California (May, 2015) - SolarBOS, a leading developer and manufacturer for balance of system products in the solar energy industry, is pleased to announce the release of their new Battery Connection Panels product line.


"Developing the Battery Connection Panel product to serve the rapidly growing energy storage industry was a natural fit for SolarBOS, given our long history manufacturing high voltage DC fuse and breaker panels for the solar industry," says Daniel Sherwood, Director of Product Management for SolarBOS. "Batteries as a voltage source present some unique challenges for safe overcurrent protection. Our customers can now safely connect several storage batteries in parallel to achieve any required storage capacity, with a product that was specifically designed with battery storage in mind."

The SolarBOS Battery Connection Panels combine the outputs of multiple storage batteries before the inverter, allowing customers to employ multiple battery banks with a single inverter.

Key features include:

* 2 to 16 input circuits
* Rated up to 1000 VDC
* Max common bus rated up to 2560 amps
* NEMA‐3R powder coated steel enclosure standard
* Integrated load break or non-load break disconnect optional
* Integrated circuit breaker optional
* Floating configurations available
* NEMA 4 and NEMA 4X enclosures optional

For more information about the Battery Connection Panels, please visit http://www.solarbos.com/products/battery-solutions

To learn more about SolarBOS or submit a request for quote, please visit www.solarbos.com or contact us at 925.456.7744 or sales@solarbos.com.

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