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At Roar Power, we are passionate about the environment (we are active supporters of kiwi conservation) and would love to see more of New Zealand use solar power. We also understand installing solar can be expensive and out of reach for a lot of people in New Zealand. We have therefore done our best to cut costs where we can and also create solar solutions people can DIY to save even more costs. You will be happy to know we didn't cut corners on quality though and use quality and long lasting solar equipment. So whether you want to power your house, motorhome, boat or your off-grid holiday home from renewable sources, we are here to help.
You will see from our products that we don't cut corners. We pick products that will not only last but also products that are the very top of their field.
Lead Acid batteries are heavy and don't have a good life span. Not only this, you can only use 50% of their charge or risk damaging them. Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) on the other hand is safe and lasts for thousands of cycles, even if you discharge them completely.
Other solar kits you see online will only give you the bare minimum to get you running. We provide everything you need for a clean solution. This includes busbars, circuit breakers + housing, earthing cables, wire lugs, heat shrink and even ferrules to keep connections clean and safe.
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We personally see these modules reach over 475W quite often with New Zealand sunlight.
Has all the TÜV Nord Certifications required, such as IEC 61215/61730.
Amazing performance in low light and shade risk areas.
12-year material/technology warranty and 25-year linear power output guarantee (84.8%).
No horrible lead acid batteries in our kits. LiFePO4 batteries are also much safer than normal lithium batteries as they don't have the same fire risk.
And after 3500 you will still have 80% capacity of the battery even if you discharge it by 80% every time. Most other brands use cheap cells (Grade B) but we decided go with the highest quality cells available (CATL Grade A cells).
All our batteries come with a built in LCD screen letting you know the current voltage.
These units are clean energy council approved and packed with functionality. The big advantage this unit has is that it can power your place from any combination of the grid, generator, solar or battery.
Most hybrid inverters lock you into using their expensive batteries. This unit lets you use standard Lead acid or LiFePO4 batteries too.
These can be chained together with up to six units. If you have at least three then you can create a three phase system.
Victron are well known for their quality products and are at the top of their field. Their charge controllers are small, well constructed and will last for many years.
Easily connect to these units with your phone to get all the history and data as well as optimise settings.
We have found from our testing that Victron MPPT tracking is faster than all the others. This will help squeeze out every last watt possible.
EPever is a quality brand of charge controller that will survive the test of time and boosts very high efficencies (up to 98.6%).
All of our kits come with a free MT50 Remote Meter or Wifi eBox to help you monitor and configure your system. Which one? You choose.
All our kits with a battery also come with a free Temperature Sensor. This will help monitor your battery and protect it from charging if the temperature ever drops below 0.
These are EpSolar's latest inverter model packed with a tonne of safety features.
You can see efficiency numbers of up to 95% with these Inverters from EpSolar.
Input and output electrical isolation, adoption of advanced SPWM technology (pure sine wave output), low no load consumption of power, input voltage (low or high) protection and over temperature protection.