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POWR2 makes solar go mobile


August 31, 2020
By Rock to Road

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POWR2 has developed a 12-panel solar trailer for use in conjuncture with its POWRBANK Renewable Power System.

Because of the bulky nature and relative fragility of solar panels, POWR2 says it’s difficult to effectively deploy solar systems quickly. Ground mount ballasted systems are cost effective but take up a lot of space and require time consuming installation and wiring.

The solar array can produce between three and five KW of DC power depending on the panels used. This is stored in POWR2 high-density lithium batteries and turned into 120/240v single phase or 208v 3 phase AC power. The solar trailer takes just three minutes to set up.

If needed a small generator can also be mounted on the bed of the trailer for days when there is cloud cover, or if additional power is needed and Solar trailers can be put together in series to increase the solar yield.

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POWR2 says the solar trailer meets the need of contractors, event managers, oilfield service companies and many other industries looking to provide clean, environmentally friendly power. The batteries when hooked up to the solar array require no ongoing maintenance.

For more information visit, www.powr2.com.