Hi ,I am new to this forum and hope that I will get all my doubts resolved here.

Let me tell the details of the product that I purchased.
I have a 1000Va Su-kam home ups system using two 24 V batteries.To this system I want to connect 2 X 200W (24V) solar panel(Moserbaer MBPV200P) in parallel.The distance between the inverter and the solar pannel is approximately 15 Meters. tHE SIZE OF THE SOLAR PANEL IS APPX 5.5 FEET x3.5 Feet each.

Q1.What should be the thickness of the wire that I use to install this system.

Q2.I live in auraiyya (UP)(26.4700° N, 79.5200° E) what should be the direction and the angle from the ground at which I should install the panels.

Q3.Should I prefer adjustable or fixed mount for the panels.In case of adjustable mount what should be the tilt of the panels in different months.Also please mention the same in case of fixed mount.

Q4. Do I need MC4 connecters or twisting the wires together will do the job.

Thanks a lot for your help.

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Hello Anshul,

It’s good to see that you are going solar! Congratulations.

Looks like you didn’t use any Saurya products though. We would have either installed the system for you or given you fairly detailed help on it! 🙂

Now, first thing that you should understand is that you have spent money on buying panels and inverters and everything. You do not want to waste it buy having wrong installation. A solar system lasts much longer and is more Efficient if it’s installed correctly.

You are recommended to reach out to your panel supplier to get the correct installation information. Also contact your inverter supplier to get specification of wiring. Since, we don’t have detailed specifications of these products, we will be unable to give you information that is reliable.

However, please don’t hesitate to ask us any further questions.


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HI i am ne for this solar field
and we are found one problem in site for pv panel shocking
may give any your suggestions

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