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Could this system power a well pump? It requires 11Amps,220V. Thank you.
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where do I get the solar panel mounting hardware?
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Who is the manufacturer of the panels and the rack and where are both made? How does the rack tilt?
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Could this system power a well pump? It requires 11Amps,220V. Thank you.
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where do I get the solar panel mounting hardware?
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Who is the manufacturer of the panels and the rack and where are both made? How does the rack tilt?

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"BPS 4400 Watt Back Up Power System, 8 AGM Batteries, Model# BPS4448M"

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"Backup Power Source provides this battery backup system that keeps you in control of your power needs. This system provides clean, instant and reliable backup power to protect your home or business from power outages. Provides 4400 running Watts 8800 surge Watts of 120 or 240V pure sine wave power. Integrated inverter is prewired to internal AC/DC distribution center. Secures critical loads security system, refrigeration, sump pump, heating system, lights and more for up to 48 hours. U.S.A. Requires a licensed electrician for wiring and installation. Allows Backfeeding of Power No, Automatic Switch Back Yes, Batteries qty. 8, Battery Type 105Ah AGM, Dimensions L x W x H in. 34 x 15.5 x 55, Alternative Power Collection Yes, requires charge controller and wind turbine and/or solar panels, Amps 35, Flex Standby Yes, Hardwired Yes, Modified Sine Wave Pure sine wave, Power Volts 120/240, Electrician Required Yes, Extended Run Yes, Running Watts 4,400, Solar Power Compatible Yes, Surge Watts 8,800, Rechargeable Battery Bank Yes, Run Time hrs. 48, Works With Gas Generator Yes. Monitors utility power seamlessly and automatically transfers electricity to power management system When utility power is restored, automatically transfers back and recharges battery system Works with alternative energy sources solar, wind and hydroelectric and/or a generator Can be used for off-grid applications Modular design allows for expansion Includes eight 12V, 105Ah maintenance-free batteries Requires a licensed electrician for wiring and installation Includes lockable UL listed enclosure"
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Questions & Answers for "BPS 4400 Watt Back Up Power System, 8 AGM Batteries, Model# BPS4448M"

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How long to charge on utility company grid.

About how long would it take to charge these batteries while being charged by the normal power grid. I have a 100 amp box.
asked 10 months ago
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MikeFromWysoxPA
 - Wysox PA
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If you took the unit down to 40%-50%, it would take approximately 3-4 hours.
answered 10 months ago
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How long will the batteries last in a dormant situation?

asked 1 year, 1 month ago
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 - Fairfield
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The batteries will last approximately 48 hours.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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can i add additional 12v deep cycle maintenance free marine batteries to this system

asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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You can add up to 8 additional batteries to the system. You can add the deep cycle batteries or get additional batteries direct from the manufacturer.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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Compatibility

Can Backup Power Source Add-On Package for Solar Standby Power Systems - 5 Panels 1 kW, Model# 462001 be used on their own with BPS 4400 Watt Back Up Power System, 8 AGM Batteries, Model# BPS4448M? Or are their other componenents needed?
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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The 5 panel 1kw solar kit is compatible with the BPS4448m back up power system. This kit will include all that is needed to operate. No other components are needed.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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How many times can the batteries in this system be discharged and recharged before they need to be replaced???

asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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The batteries on the BPS back up power system will operate for 1700 cycles before they will need to be replaced. If used every day, they will last for approximately 5 years.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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Using Sunforce Products Solar Backup Power System — 800 Watts, item #121153. How long will it take to fully recharge this system?

asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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The Sunforce power system will recharge the BPS back up system in approximately 18 hours. Each panel of the solar system will provide 4.6 amps per hour.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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How long will this system power one 300 watt lightbulb?

asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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The Back Up Power System will provide approximately 27 hours of power for one 300 watt light bulb.
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What are the dimensions of this unit?

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The dimensions of the unit are 34"W X 15.5"D X 55"H.
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Are small capacity backups (e.g., 4800W) available in this "Locker" enclosure?

I don't need an 8800W backup system, but like the look and security of having the batteries and the inverter in a vertical "locker" style enclosure in contrast to the smaller systems' enclosures. Can I get a 4800W system in this enclosure? Alternatively, can I purchase this product with fewer batteries for less cost? Thank you.
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
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BxxZ
 - San Francisco, CA
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We are unable to provide this system in a smaller wattage design.
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