BSP10-12-LSS

Ameresco Solar BSP LSS Series Solar Panels

Ameresco Solar BSP LSS Series Solar Panels

Description

Consider these rugged solar modules for harsh environment applications. The solar panels come complete with a 15' UV resistant output cable.

Features

  • Multicrystalline cells are mounted on a stainless steel substrate
  • 15' UV resistant cable connects the panel to a charge controller (charge controller not included)
  • Use in bridge mount & roadway systems, vandal-prone areas, or where extra ruggedness is desired
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Consider these rugged solar modules for harsh environment applications. A 15' UV resistant cable connects the panel to a charge controller (charge controller not included).

The cell strings are laminated between sheets of ethylene vinyl acetate and mounted on a stainless steel substrate. These panels are popular for bridge-mount and roadway systems. Use in vandal prone areas or when extra ruggedness is required.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ameresco Solar BSP LSS Series Solar Panels BSP10-12-LSS 10-watt unbreakable solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
$94.00
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Ameresco Solar BSP LSS Series Solar Panels BSP30-12-LSS 30-watt unbreakable solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
$191.00
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Morningstar SunSaver Solar Controller SS-6-12V SunSaver solar controller, 6A current, 12V
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Ameresco Solar 10LTHPM Pole Mount Bracket 10LTHPM Pole mount bracket for BSP-1012LSS solar panel
$69.95
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Ameresco Solar 30LTHPM Pole Mount Bracket 30LTHPM Pole mount bracket for BSP-3012LSS solar panel
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