809-0921

Xantrex Xanbus System Control Panel

Xantrex Xanbus System Control Panel

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Specifically designed to operate with the Generation Freedom SW Inverter and Chargers.

Features

  • Graphical LCD display
  • Control and display of multiple networked devices
  • Meets UL458 regulatory standards
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$255.00
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$194.79
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Freedom SW Xanbus System Control Panel (SCP)
809-0921

Specifically designed to operate with the NEW Generation Freedom SW Inverter/Chargers (part# 815-2012 & 815-3012).

Product Description
Use the System Control Panel for quick and comprehensive control of the Freedom SW Inverter/Charger.

The Xanbus System Control Panel (SCP) features a graphical, backlit LCD screen that displays system configuration and diagnostic information in one central location. Large keypad buttons, an intuitive onscreen menu system, and plain text status messages make it easy to configure and operate. By providing basic controls for other devices connected to the network, the SCP reduces the complexity of separate control panels for each device.

The SCP is Xanbus Enabled and easily connects to Freedom SW Inverter/Charger and other devices with off-the-shelf network cables, making installation quick and easy. Built-in flash memory makes the SCP's software upgradeable to take advantage of new features and system enhancements.

Product Features
  • Graphical 128x64 pixel LCD display
  • Large, tactile keys
  • Meets UL458 regulatory standards
  • Control and display of multiple networked devices
  • Xanbus Enabled
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xantrex Xanbus System Control Panel 809-0921 Xanbus system control panel for Freedom SW2012 and SW3012
$194.79
In Stock

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