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General Specialties UPM 4X Pole Mount (for Panel Sizes: A, B)

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General Specialties:
  • Built from highest quality aluminum and steel
  • Made in USA

Product Information

Model Part No. Size & Weight Price
General Specialties UPM 4X Pole Mount (for Panel Sizes: A, B)911002010 × 10 × 10 in
54 lbs


General Specialties 4x Universal Post Mount

The UPM-4X holds a maximum array surface area of 46 sq. ft.  It can hold 4 small PV modules (65-140 watt).  Please call us for more details.


Made by General Specialties, the Universal Post Mount is the strongest you can buy. Adjusts easily to seasonal sun angle.  These Universal Post Mounts have a welded steel frame with 6061 aluminum rails for mounting PV panels. Designed for 35 lb./sq. ft. wind loading.  Stainless nuts & bolts are supplied to attach modules. Grade 5 and 8 assembly hardware is included. Vertical base pipe is not supplied, you obtain it locally.  Pipe size for this mount is 4" Schedule 40 or 80.  If you have any questions, please call us to discuss proper pipe sizing before installation. Very easy to assemble, great instructions with pictures included, holds panels securely for decades.

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Features & Attributes

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 10 × 10 × 10 inches
  • Weight: 54 lbs
  • for 4" post Sched 40 or 80
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General Specialties UPM 4X Pole Mount (for Panel Sizes: A, B)

Installation Manual
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About General Specialties

The company began with the owners' desire to contribute to the growing renewable energy industry and it has continued to strive for a quality mount that will withstand fierce winds and heavy snow. With a strong focus on customer satisfaction and quality products, the business has increased its production and sale of mounts each year of the last decade.

Support Manuals and Pricing Guide

Drawings and Assembly Instructions

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