Interconnection System Equipment

The Magnum Panels (MP) are part of a new line of enclosures from Magnum Energy that standardize inverter installations and allow for the ability to expand the inverter system in the future. Specifically designed for multiple inverter applications, the MP enclosures ensure safety and reliability by combining all of the major components required for a renewable energy system — inverter/ battery disconnect, AC overcurrent protection, grounding connections, and a full-system bypass switch — into an easy to install pre-wired enclosure. The modular design of the MP enclosure with the Magnum Energy inverter allows it to be UPS shipped and easily assembled on site. Installing an inverter system is now as simple as mounting the MP enclosure, installing the inverters, connecting the battery bank, and if needed, bringing in AC power from a generator or the utility grid.

OutBack Power

OutBack Power’s Radian™ GS Load Centers are an integrated connection enclosure series for AC and DC system connections in OutBack Radian Series inverter/charger applications, through provided inverter DC overcurrent protection and disconnects, dual AC inputs, grid-tie inverter connection and 120/240VAC or 230V maintenance bypass.

Designed for use with the Radian Series inverter/charger family, the options offer solutions for ground-up custom designs or factory pre-wired configurations for specific applications.

The OutBack GS Load Centers simplify the configuration, distribution, and implementation of energy storage of the Radian Series inverter/charger through a standardized approach.

E-Panel - Magnum PAE 120/240VAC

NOTE: 120 VAC E-Panels cannot be adapted for use with 120/240 inverters.

ETL listed for the US and Canada

Note: Left hand units are standard. For E-Panels built as Right hand units, an "-R" must be added to the end of the model number. Right Hand versions have the hinge on the right, circuit breakers on the right and charge control bracket on the left.

All of Midnite Solar’s listed balance of system products qualify for the US federal tax credit when used in a new, qualifying renewable energy system.