Power Pak Operation

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The Power Paks can be operated in many different configurations. Below are some common examples of how the Power Pak(s) can be set up for use:

12 V DC Power Pak 100 and an Inverter

12 V DC Power Pak Expanded with ordinary battery

12V DC Power Pak 100 Expanded by connecting additional Power Pak

12V DC Power Pak 100 Expanded by connecting additional Power Pak

Two Power Paks connected in series to provide 24 V DC

2 kW h - Pro-Series Power Pak connected to Expander Pak

1.5 kW h - Power Pak 50 connected to Expander Pak

3 kW h - Multiple Power Paks connected at the Terminal Posts

3 kW h - Connected at Terminal Posts

3 kW h - Connected using Inter-connector Ports

2 kW h - Connected using Inter-connector Ports

Connecting Power Paks and Expander Paks together using the Inter-connection System

4 kW h - Multiple Power Paks connected

Power Pak 50 being recharged by a flexible solar panel

Power Pak 50 being recharged by both a flexible solar panel and Fuel Cell Generator

 

For more details on the operation of the Solar Stik™ System, visit the Technical Data Page and download the System Manuals