NexSens SP-Series Solar Power Packs

The SP-Series Solar Power Packs feature a solar panel, regulator, and battery housed in a weather tight enclosure.

Features

  • Designed for use with the NexSens X2 & V2 data loggers
  • All components are weather tight and designed to withstand harsh conditions
  • Adjustable angle to 0, 30, 45º
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NexSens SP-Series Solar Power PacksSP8 Solar power pack, 8-watt. Includes solar panel, regulator, 6 A-Hr battery & pole mount weather tight enclosure
$795.00
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NexSens SP-Series Solar Power Packs SP13 Solar power pack, 13-watt. Includes solar panel, regulator, 6 A-Hr battery & pole mount weather tight enclosure
$895.00
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NexSens SP-Series Solar Power Packs SP35 Solar power pack, 35-watt. Includes solar panel, regulator, 17 A-Hr battery & pole mount weather tight enclosure
$1,495.00
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NexSens SP-Series Solar Power Packs
SP8
Solar power pack, 8-watt. Includes solar panel, regulator, 6 A-Hr battery & pole mount weather tight enclosure
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$795.00
NexSens SP-Series Solar Power Packs
SP13
Solar power pack, 13-watt. Includes solar panel, regulator, 6 A-Hr battery & pole mount weather tight enclosure
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$895.00
NexSens SP-Series Solar Power Packs
SP35
Solar power pack, 35-watt. Includes solar panel, regulator, 17 A-Hr battery & pole mount weather tight enclosure
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$1,495.00
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NexSens UW6 Power Bulkhead Connector Assembly UW6-BULK UW6 power bulkhead connector assembly with 1m flying lead cable
$145.00
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NexSens A04 6 A-Hr Battery A04 Battery, 12 VDC, 6 A-Hr
$59.00
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UW6 power bulkhead connector assembly with 1m flying lead cable
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$145.00
A04
Battery, 12 VDC, 6 A-Hr
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$59.00

The SP-Series Solar Power Packs feature a solar panel, regulator, and battery housed in a weather tight enclosure. Solar Power Packs are used to provide continuous power for X2 and V2 systems. All components are weather tight and designed to withstand harsh conditions. A UW-6 plug provides an easy to use, waterproof, thread-in connection to compatible devices. A built-in mounting bracket allows the packs to be mounted to a 1.5" to 2" pipe.

  • (1) Solar panel with built-in regulator
  • (1) Battery (installed)
  • (1) Weather tight aluminum enclosure
  • (1) 1.5" to 2" pipe mount bracket and U-Bolts
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