ABS Black Plastic Brackets As Below
- Ideal for bonding to the roof - no need for drilling
- Strong side support for small and large solar panels
- Great for motorhomes, campervans, caravans, lorries, buses, boats and yachts
- Can also be used on flat roofs of buildings, sheds, garages or other flat surfaces
Easy Installation, holes should be drilled in each bracket, and corresponding holes in the solar panel frame on each side; then brackets should be fixed to the solar panel using self-tapping screws (not included). Finally, brackets can be bonded to the roof using an appropriate sealant or adhesive tape (not included) - sealant is recommended for stronger bonding.
For large solar panels 100W and more, used on high-speed vehicles, an additional pair of our side brackets or our six bracket kit is recommended.
Specifications - Corner Brackets
Size (1 bracket): 15x15x6.5cm
Weight: (4 brackets): 1.6kg
Specifications: - side brackets
Size (1 bracket): 18 x 9 x 6.5 cm
Weight: (2 brackets): 1.0 kg
Watertight cable entry for 4-12mm cables
Ideal for mounting solar panels on motorhomes, campervans, caravans or boats, buildings, garages, sheds and other roofs
Easily bonded to the surface using a suitable sealant
Can be used as a single cable gland (plugs for closing cable holes included)
Metal Brackets (set of 4)
Aluminium, light weight, solar panel mounting brackets
Best suited to small solar panels, generally 10 to 40 watts
Dimensions, 100mm long, full dimensions as per attached images.
Adjustable Angle Mounting Frame
Adjustable range 20 to 40 degrees.
Gain up to 25% more solar panel efficiency by tilting your panels towards the sun instead of laying them flat. This is especially beneficial over winter months when there is less sunlight.
Suitable for up to 150w Solar Panels (max solar panel width around 700mm), solar panel length not relevant as the brackets can be moved further apart.
Can also be used on roofs, sheds, garages or other flat surfaces to tilt solar panels.
Also suitable for ground mounting solar panels.
To work out your optimum solar panel angle, simply take the value of your global latitude location and subtract 15 degrees. e.g. we are based 52 degrees North, 52 - 15 = 37 degrees, therefore, in this example, this solar panel would reach is best power output if it is pointed south (in the northern hemisphere) and angled at 37 degrees towards the sun.
4X Anodised Aluminium Adjustable Sections, 730mm long
2X Short Anodised Aluminium Triangulation Sections
6X Thumb turn bolts, nuts and washers
4X Solar Panel Fixing nuts and bolts