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Shoals Technologies Group has released the Slimline series of PV combiner boxes. According to the company, the new combiner boxes reduce enclosure sizes and optimize internal components in order to provide a lighter, more compact and more cost-effective product.

Listed for both ETL 1741 and CSA 22.2, and rated for 600 VDC and 1,000 VDC systems, the Slimline series supports up to 18 inputs and is available with UL98B disconnects and SNAPShot wireless monitoring.

Standard features include finger-safe fuse holders, oxygen-free plated busbars, NEMA 4X enclosures and a five-year warranty, the company adds.



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