Solar Builder

SEP-OCT 2017

Solar Builder focuses on the installation/construction of solar PV systems. We cover the latest PV technology (modules, mounting, inverters, storage, BOS) and equip installers/contractors with tips and tools to make informed purchasing decisions.

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SOLARBUILDERMAG.COM | 41 A top rail clip to rule them all Heyco has been busy this sum- mer, introducing several new clips and wire management accessories for the solar market. Newest to the lineup are the SunRunner 4-2 and SunRunner 4-2U, which are top rail clips for various racking manu- facturers such as Unirac, Ironridge, Everest, SnapNRack, Solar Mount and other similar racking profiles. The SunRunner 4-2 and SunRunner 4-2U are suitable for the new Enphase Q Cable. At the booth, you can also enter for a chance to win a Google Home. Booth 4762. Baja Construction always has a standout booth, and this year its in-house con- struction team will be installing its signature Baja Solar Support System design, the "Braced Single Post Support," built with high-tensile light gauge steel to support 24 solar modules (7.8 kW ). Included in the structure is an EV Station for the hot red Tesla parked underneath. Meet Baja's in-house designers, engineers and project man- agers and also make certain to visit Baja's sponsored lobby lounge for food and bever- ages. I'm sure you're already there. Booth 4155. Drive down carport costs Lightweight, flexible power conversion Ideal Power invented a new kind of power conversion architecture that delivers on flexibility, allowing you to enable or disable any features depending on project needs. At SPI, check out its 30-kW Stabiliti Series power converters. These multiport, compact converters are smaller, lighter and dramatically reduce installation costs while increasing return on invest- ment. Ideal Power recently partnered with NEXTracker to implement it in various PV sites throughout North America. Booth 1433.

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