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NexSens SP6 6-Watt Solar Power Pack

NexSens SP6 6-Watt Solar Power Pack

Description

The SP6 6-watt Solar Power Pack features a solar panel, regulator, and 6 A-Hr battery housed in a weather tight enclosure.

Features

  • Designed for use with the NexSens X2 & G2 data loggers
  • All components are weather tight and designed to withstand harsh conditions
  • Adjustable angle to 0, 30, 45º
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The SP6 6-watt Solar Power Pack features a solar panel, regulator, and 6 A-Hr battery housed in a weather tight enclosure. Three SP6 Solar Power Packs are used to provide continuous power for simple X2 and G2 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 SP6 to be mounted to a 1-2" pole.

Notable Specifications:

Material: Anodized Aluminum
Weight: 12 lbs.
Dimensions: 14" Height; 10" Width; 9" Depth
Mounting: 1.5-2" pipe mount (2" pipe U-Bolts included)
Solar Panel
: Marine grade; 6-watt; 12V; semi-flexible
Battery: 6AHr Sealed Lead Acid
Regulator Type: 3 Stage PWM
Regulator Consumption: 115uA at night; 2.5mA when charging
Temperature Range: -20 to 50 °C (Charging); -40 to 60 °C (Discharging)
Rating
: IP65
Connector
: NexSens UW-6 plug on 20" vented pigtail cable

What's Included:
  • (1) 6-watt solar panel with built-in regulator
  • (1) 6 A-Hr battery (installed)
  • (1) Weather tight aluminum enclosure
  • (1) 2" pipe mount bracket and U-Bolts
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens SP6 6-Watt Solar Power Pack SP6 Solar power pack, 6-watt. Includes solar panel, regulator, 6 A-Hr battery & pole mount weather tight enclosure
$695.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens A02 6 A-Hr Battery A02 Battery, 12 VDC, 6 A-Hr
$49.00
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