Midnite Solar MNBUK250-120 Backup System Kit


SKU: MNBUK250-120 Category:

Solar backup system kits are vital to have during power outages and emergencies, and keep your essential loads running until main power is restored. All Midnite Solar backup system kits have all the necessary breakers and brackets needed to assemble your own power backup system.

GEN versions have an extra generator input transfer switch and AC inlet. Midnite Solar backup system kits are to be used with C and D battery enclosures.

MNBUK250-120 Midnite Solar Backup System Kit includes:
– 175 or 250 amp breaker (must be specified when ordering)

– AC ground bus bar

– AC input and output terminal blocks for field wiring connections

– GFCI outlet and associated 15 amp breaker wired

– Two 15 amp and one 20 amp load circuit breakers

– 50 amp AC breakers

– 500 amp / 15 mV shunt for connection of battery and inverter negatives with bat negative busbar

– AC inlet for portable generator recessed on the side for large backup kits and GEN models

– 50 amp utility / 15 amp generator switch

– Knockout spaces for four additional AC or DC breakers

– Mounting hardware for Magnum or OutBack inverters


MidNite Solar

MidNite Solar is an American manufacturing company that produces a wide range of alternative energy products. They started by making disconnect boxes for the alternative energy industry; later on they became a leading renewable energy manufacturer with the launch of the well known Classic series of Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) charge controllers. MidNite offers a full line of pre-wired, battery based systems for standalone off grid, battery based grid tie, as well as AC coupled battery backup installations providing a wide range of solutions for residential and commercial projects. MidNite Solar is the largest manufacturer of DC combiner boxes in the US, their boxes and enclosures are made in Arlington, WA and meet all NEC requirements. Additionally they offer full range of Surge Protection Devices (SPD), wiring enclosures, breaker boxes and a full line of DC and AC breakers commonly used in renewable energy systems.