PV Tools 

Tools are created to make your life easier, and solar tools have been made to make your solar installations and your team of installers more professional. The analysis tools we carry will help you find the perfect location for the solar array and will allow you to estimate the yearly production of the system. Many improvements have been made and...

  • Analysis Tools
    Analysis Tools

    Shading analysis is an essential part in the design of any solar system. Shade analysis is especially important in PV installations where small shadows on the array have a much greater impact on the overall system performance. Shading of panels should be avoided at all costs, however sometimes when the shading is caused by permanent objects, such as nearby buildings, trees or telephone poles, its effect should be minimized. These Solar Analysis Tools will help any PV installer and sales professional to determine the best location and position for their customer's solar array. Analyze the effect of shading in every corner of the prospected array, bring the results to your computer, and prepare professional reports that will enhance the image of your company and increase you closing rates.

  • Crimping Tools
    Crimping Tools

    Solar crimping tools will help any PV installer streamline their solar installations; it is important to have the right tools to do a fast and professional job. These crimping tools have been specifically designed for the cables and connectors used in photovoltaic solar modules. These top-quality tools are engineered for durability and efficiency. They will give you the peace of mind of having consistently safe connections in all of your jobs. As the solar industry has evolved, PV panels have developed to include special connectors that ensure a safe and weatherproof connection to the homerun circuit. Overtime solar panel manufacturers have partnered with different UL certified connector makers; some of the most popular connector brands are Multi-Contact, Tyco Electronics and Amphenol. Each type of connector requires a specific crimping configuration. Some tools have interchangeable die sets allowing you to use the same tool with a series of different connector types, saving you money and space in your toolbox.

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