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Outback Power FWPV-8

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Product Information

Model Part No. Amps Volts AC Volts DC Size & Weight Price
Outback Power FWPV-88530125600VDC15.2 × 3.9 × 9.2 in
4.4 lbs
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Ideal for both small and large systems, the FLEXware PV8 accommodates the overcurrent protection requirements of your application.

The Outback FLEXware PV Combiner Series handles 150VDC breakers for low voltage PV systems to 600VDC fuse holders for high voltage PV systems. FWPV-8 PV Combiner has space for up to 8 150VDC rated breakers or 6 600VDC fuse holders; one negative bus, one ground bus and one combiner bus bar w/dual 210 output terminals.

Designed to survive in outdoor environments, the rainproof, UL type 3R powder coated aluminum chassis can be mounted on a wall, a sloped roof, or a pole.

The unique angled negative terminal bus bar design doesn’t have larger output conductors blocking access to the smaller input terminals, allowing wiring to be fast and easy.

Dual output lug terminals are included for up to 2/0 AWG conductors. The tinted, flame-retardant, polycarbonate deadfront panel creates a clean appearance while preventing accidental contact with the live terminals and is easily removable during installation.

The FLEXware PV Combiner from OutBack Power makes it easy to take your installation to the next level.

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Features & Attributes

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 15.2 × 3.9 × 9.2 inches
  • Weight: 4.4 lbs
  • Outdoor rain-resistant
  • Optimized wire routing for easy install
  • Flame-retardant polycarbonate panel
  • MPN: FWPV-8
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Outback Power FWPV-8

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About Outback Power

Founded in 2001 by three engineers with a long history of developing technologies for renewable energy applications, OutBack’s founders believed that the renewable energy industry was on the verge of unparalleled growth, driven by the emerging need for sustainable alternative sources of energy.

OutBack initially designed and manufactured integration hardware used by solar installers to house and protect power electronics installed in remote environments and harsh condition locations around the world. Soon the company launched an advanced line of rugged inverter products that delivered pure sinewave power for off-grid residential and commercial installations, ultimately expanding its offering to include off-grid inverters with battery backup, grid-tie inverters with battery backup, Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) charge controllers, communications products and a complete line of OutBack EnergyCell batteries designed specifically for renewable energy applications. Over that time, they forged a reputation as the recognized leader in the design and manufacture of battery-based, off-grid renewable energy systems.

17 years later, they continue to lead the way with advanced off-grid and grid-interactive battery-based renewable energy systems, the fully UL 1741 SA listed Radian Series and FXR Series inverter/chargers and their SystemEdge packages that bundle the right combination of energy storage and power electronics, merging energy independence with smart home technology for a range of common applications.

OutBack is also a member of The Alpha Group -- a global alliance of independent companies that share a common philosophy of creating world-class powering solutions for the renewable energy, communication, commercial and industrial markets. Bottom line: If you are installing or upgrading to a battery-based renewable energy system, the Solar + Energy Storage Experts at OutBack Power are the only choice.

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