BizLink‘s new Sunbolts DC Branch Fuse Holder streamlines your in-field installation and maintenance with easily replaceable fuse connectors on each branch. Enabled by BizLink’s expertise and experience in connector and cable assembly design, Sunbolts provides a full range of innovative interconnect solutions for photovoltaic modules and systems.
How can you reduce maintenance costs?
Sunbolts DC Branch Fuse Holder consists of an overmolded, hermetically-sealed branch connection with a Sunbolts fuse-connector terminating each of PV cable ends. With strong overcurrent protection, this RoHS-compliant and UL recognized connector simplifies in-field module installations and maintenance with the easily replaceable fuse. Our low-resistant, IP67 branch cables take the hassle out of stripping and crimping to make branch connections, reducing your labor cost and improving your workmanship.
Solutions for high voltage and current needs
The Ultra High Current (UHC), F, M and T type connectors have the highest current rating among connectors used in PV DC application. Supporting the cable range up to 16 sq-mm for TUV and 6 AWG for UL. With higher voltage, higher current, and wider cable range, the TUV 1500V/ UL 1000V series provide an optimal solution for customers to achieve “Balance of System.”
Sunbolts has a complete series of junction boxes for both crystalline and thin-film modules. All Sunbolts junction boxes are designed to fit the module production process, reducing labor and material cost. Sunbolts junction boxes are certified by TUV and UL for 1000V applications and extended outdoor use.
Visit BizLink at the Electrical Energy Storage exhibition, co-located with Intersolar and Semicon West, July 12-14. To find out more about their capabilities and the Sunbolts product line stop by the BizLink booth; Moscone West Hall 2, Booth 8350.
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