Adventurer 600 Off-Grid Solar Kit for Cabin, RV, Home
The Adventurer 600 is an all-in-one, off-grid power system that is perfect for your cabin, RV, or home.
There is plenty of pure sinewave power to operate a small refrigerator, TV, lighting, computer and other mobile devices.
The system features Alt-E 150W solar modules, Renogy RVR-30 MPPT charge controller and 2000W inverter and trojan overdrive AGM 102 Ah battery.
The inverter includes three (3) convenient 120VAC outlets and one (1) 2.1A 5V usb charging port.
Pre-order: Expected ship date no later than 9/1/2020.
|Dimensions||48 × 48 × 48 in|
|PV MODULES||Alt-E 150-12P|
|Nominal Max. Power (PMAX)||150W|
|Opt. Operating Voltage (VMP)||18.01V|
|Opt. Operating Current (IMP)||8.33A|
|Open Circuit Voltage (VOC)||22.32V|
|Short Circuit Current (ISC)||8.86A|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to +85°C|
|Dimensions||58.3 x 26.4 x 1.38 in
1480 x 670 x 35 mm
|CHARGE CONTROLLER||Renogy RVR-30|
|Nominal System Voltage||12V/24V Auto Recognition|
|Rated Battery Current||30A|
|Rated Load Current||20A|
|Max. Battery Voltage||32V|
|Max. Solar Input Voltage||100VDC|
|Max. Solar Input Power||12V @ 400W
24V @ 800W
|Self-Consumption||≤100mA @ 12V
≤58mA @ 24V
|Charge Circuit Voltage Drop||≤0.28V|
|Discharge Circuit Voltage Drop||≤0.15V|
|Temp. Compensation||-3mV/°C/2V (default)|
|Dimensions||9.37 x 6.81 x 2.85 in
238 x 173 x 72 mm
|Net Weight||4.41 lbs
|Frequency||60Hz (Pure Sine Wave)|
|AC Output Sockets||3|
|USB Power Port||5V/2.1A|
|Dimensions||17.5 X 8.7 X 3.7 in
445 x 221 x 94 mm
|BATTERY||Trojan Overdrive AGM 31|
|Dimensions||12.80 x 6.81 x 9.43 in
325 x 173 x 240 mm
In most cases, installation of our off-grid solar kits will not require a permit from your local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). However, kits which are installed on building structures may require a permit or additional precautions (such as arc fault protection) to insure the system is designed and installed according to local code. Building and electrical codes vary by jurisdiction, so check with your AHJ to be certain your installation is in compliance.
Be sure to follow National Electrical Code (NEC) guidelines for your State