Solar combiner box

The Crouse-Hinds series 1,500-Vdc solar combiner box, with and without integral dc-disconnect switches, is built to minimize system costs by providing maximum flexibility.

04/13/2017


Eaton Crouse-Hinds 1,500 Vdc Solar Combiner BoxThe Crouse-Hinds series 1,500-Vdc solar combiner box, with and without integral dc-disconnect switches, is built to minimize system costs by providing maximum flexibility. By designing the combiner box specifically for 1,500-Vdc systems, this solution helps facilitate longer strings, fewer connection points, reduced labor, and lower installation costs. The combiner box is available with up to 36 input circuits and a 15-amp fuse size to help save material costs, installation time, and labor. Additionally, the combiner box is configurable with NEMA 4X, 4, and 3R enclosures for robust environmental protection. Further customized options are available to meet specific application requirements.

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