The SP370-L 370 W Solar Panel is a photovoltaic power source capable of recharging batteries. It is used in systems that require high-power solar panels. The SP370-L allows unattended operation of systems in remote locations, far from ac electrical sources. The cable length for the solar panel is user-selectable.
To use this solar panel, a CH400 charge regulator or equivalent, based on the SP370-L output and battery bank being charged, is required.
For ease with mounting the solar panel to the mast and leg braces of a CM106B tripod, mounting hardware is available as an accessory item.
The SP305-L comes with 1 m (3.28 ft) of cable pre-attached. When ordering the solar panel, specify a cable length in feet that is in addition to the 1 m (3.28 ft) length of pre-attached cable. If you do not desire a longer cable, select "0" (zero) for the cable length, and a set of mating MC4 connectors will be included for you to make your own cable.
|Maximum Peak Power||370 W|
|Current at Peak Ipmax||9.69 A|
|Voltage at Peak Vpmax||38.34 Vdc|
|Maximum Surface Load (wind/snow)||
|On-board Regulator Included||No|
|Dimensions||1,795 x 990 x 38 mm (70.7 x 39.0 x 1.5 in.)|
|Weight||19 kg (41.9 lb)|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
|38898||Slightly undersized for peak production.|
|CH201||Undersized for peak production.|
|CM110||Will mount to the main legs of the tripod instead of to the leg braces as on the CM106B.|
|CM115||Will mount to the main legs of the tripod instead of to the leg braces as on the CM106B.|
|CM120||Will mount to the main legs of the tripod instead of to the leg braces as on the CM106B.|
|UT6||The hardware included with the SP370-L is for use with the CM106B. The U-bolts will fit the UT-series products, but they are oversized.|
|UTHD||The hardware included with the SP370-L is for use with the CM106B. The U-bolts will fit the UT-series products, but they are oversized.|
The SP370-L is compatible with Concorde Sun Xtender series (such as BP84) or flooded batteries.