The Power Panel is a necessary part of an inverter installation. The battery and inverter's Circuit breakers and the remote control mount on the front of this electrical cabinet.
Designed for single inverter applications, the Mini Magnum Panel (MMP) enclosure, part of a new line of Panel Systems from Magnum Energy. The inverter’s required AC and DC disconnects and wire connection points are all together, and integrated in one self-contained MMP enclosure. Installing an inverter system is now as simple as mounting the MMP enclosure, installing the inverter, connecting the battery bank, and if needed, bringing in AC power from a generator or the utility.
The MMP - Mini Magnum Panel - is an inclusive, easy-to-install panel designed to work with one Magnum MS-AE, MS, RD or other non-Magnum inverter/charger. The MMP features a small footprint and comes prewired for fast installation. Circuit breakers and the optional remote control mount on the front of the cabinet. Dimensions are 12.5" wide x 18" tall x 8" deep. They are ETL listed to UL 1741 and CSA C22.2 107-01. Each MMP includes one DC breaker – 175A or 250A, One AC bypass breaker – 30A dual pole or 60A single pole, one AC input breaker – 30A dual pole or 60A single pole, a 500A/50mv shunt, DIN rail provided for up to eight DC mini breakers (seePower Systems section). Panels are available for inverters with 120 VAC output and 120/240 VAC output.
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