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MidNite Solar MNPV6HV-Disco Nema 4X Combiner

MidNite Solar MNPV6HV-Disco Nema 4X Combiner
MNPV6HV Disco 4X PV Disconnecting Combiner, 3 poles, 125 amp busbars, 100 amp load break rated switch. Picture shows included front cover removed. For additional information, see the PDF links below.

Features:
  • Disconnect has built in shunt trip with positive feedback
  • Birdhouse compatible
  • Optional PV connected power supply
  • Optional AC connected power supply for redundancy
  • See thru deadfront & color coded busbar guards included
  • Nema 4X aluminum enclosure (no rust, won't turn to dust)
  • Fuseholders included
  • Load Break Rated
  • 15a/600v fuses included
  • MNSPD600 Lightning Arrestor included
  • 90o C connections
  • 1/2" strain reliefs and hole plugs included
  • Meets NEC 2011
  • Size: 16.8"L x 12.4"W x 5.6"D
  • Box Size: 21"L x 17"W x 6"D
  • Weight: 14 Lbs
  • MN Part Number: MNPV6HV-Disco Nema 4X Combiner
  • Product Detail:

    Availability
    Usually ships within 48 hours


    Qty.Sale Price
    1 +$575.28


    Part Num. Quantity  
    COLO-00974

    Additional Information:



    A new section in Article 690 of the NEC codes will be introduced to increase the electrical and fire safety of photovoltaic (PV) systems on buildings-in particular, for the emergency responders working on or near the power lines that may potentially contain live PV circuits. For PV systems installed on roofs of buildings, PV source circuits will be required to de-energized within 10 seconds of when emergency shutdown is initiated or when the PV power source disconnecting means is opened. Local municipalities are already starting to require the use of the Emergency Shutdown system. (City of Anaheim Fire Dept Specs & Req) MidNite Solar has all the needed equipment to install the Emergency Shutdown systems, including the battery disconnect modules to allow for disabling anything battery based including the Inverter and AC generator. Actual html for cut and paste: A new section in Article 690 of the NEC codes will be introduced to increase the electrical and fire safety of photovoltaic (PV) systems on buildingsā€”in particular, for the emergency responders working on or near the power lines that may potentially contain live PV circuits. For PV systems installed on roofs of buildings, PV source circuits will be required to de-energized within 10 seconds of when emergency shutdown is initiated or when the PV power source disconnecting means is opened.

    Local municipalities are already starting to require the use of the Emergency Shutdown system. (City of Anaheim Fire Dept Specs & Req) MidNite Solar has all the needed equipment to install the Emergency Shutdown systems, including the battery disconnect modules to allow for disabling anything battery based including the Inverter and AC generator.

    PDFs:

       Combiner Spec Sheet
       MidNite Disco Combiners Brochure
       MidNite Disco Combiner User Manual