The SEPCO solar power assemblies are complete, self contained power units. These independent power supplies use our unique split system design which allows the power assembly to be mounted separately from the light fixture or powered equipment. The power assembly collects the solar energy and stores this energy in a battery. At night, the solar power assembly applies the battery energy to the lighting fixture(s) / equipment for the amount of time you have selected. The battery in the power assembly holds plenty of energy to operate the fixture through many nights when the weather has been inclement.
There are 9 different sizes of power assemblies ranging from 30 to 550 Watts. Click on any link below to find out more and download the product specification sheet.
Our small solar power system provides power for smaller applications or where dusk to dawn lighting is not required or for small power applications such as flow meters and cameras. These systems are comprised of a single solar power array and come complete with charge control electronics and batteries.
Our medium solar power system provides power for a wide range of applications including signs, pathways, etc. These systems are comprised of a single or double panel solar power array and come complete with charge control electronics and batteries.
Our large solar power system provides power for applications that require higher intensity or multiple solar lights. They are also great for large power applications such as wifi power stations, SCADA, monitoring, etc. These systems are comprised of larger single or double panel solar power array and come complete with charge control electronics and batteries.
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