6.6 kW System
This PV array was installed on the both sides of brick chimney. Two solar arrays of twelve modules each were installed on the south facing roof. The modules are connected to a 6 kW SolarEdge inverter via two strings of 12 modules each.
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The Clarks solar installation hads a staging space over the garage. This space allowed for easy access to all our equipment.
The Kinetic flashings are installed under the shingles to prevent water from seeping into the roof penetrations. A special caulking is also applied to the bottom of each flashing.
Note how the flashings are installed so that the weight of the modules is distributed across many different roof trusses. The first and last truss under the array must have a flashing/roof penetration. There is also a maximum span allowed between supports (48″), thus the extra support seen in bottom right and a few other locations.
The first solar modules or solar panels are installed on the rails after the installation of the SolarEdge optimizers and grounding wire. The “L” brackets (shown) are connected to the rails.
12 solar modules are shown installed on the left side of the roof.
12 solar modules are shown installed on the right side of the roof.
The SolaDeck is shown next to the array. The SolaDeck is a passthrough box that allows the wiring to enter the roof.
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This late evening photograph of the solar array shows some interesting shadows and reflections.
The SolarEdge 6kW HD Wave Inverter was installed in the basement next to the new electrical panel.
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A look inside the HD Wave inverter. The wiring for the new electrical panel has been completed and the labels applied.
The view of the solar array from on top of the garage.
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The solar modules are shown with the squire guard. Squire guard is used to keep out unwanted pests.
The view from the front of the home.
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The view of the solar array from across the street.
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