$39.75

Newpowa Universal Angle Adjustable Mounting Bracket Single Arm Pole, Wall and Ground Mounts Up to 35W Solar Panel

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Description

Newpowa Universal Single Arm Mount bracket kis designed for use with 5W-35W Solar Panel. Can be mount to wall and pole.This kit comes with 1 x 15.35inch tilt arm,1 x Fixed Bracket, 2 x Gaskets, and other fix components, screws, 3 to 4 inches hose clamps.

3 reviews for "Newpowa Universal Angle Adjustable Mounting Bracket Single Arm Pole, Wall and Ground Mounts Up to 35W Solar Panel"

  1. :

    I mounted 4 MightyMax 100 watt Solar panels on 4” diameter galvanized fence posts using two of these sturdy Newpowa 100/200W mounts. I had to drill some custom mounting holes in these non Newpowa solar panels but it was a simple task.What makes this product most attractive to me is that in the future, I can double my solar output without installing a new mounting system. I just need to replace the existing MightyMax 100W panels with Newpowa 200W panels by simply bolting them on using the existing hole pattern on the mounts. The design is strong enough to handle the 200W panels additional surface area during heavy winds.

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    I mounted 4 MightyMax 100 watt Solar panels on 4” diameter galvanized fence posts using two of these sturdy Newpowa 100/200W mounts. I had to drill some custom mounting holes in these non Newpowa solar panels but it was a simple task.What makes this product most attractive to me is that in the future, I can double my solar output without installing a new mounting system. I just need to replace the existing MightyMax 100W panels with Newpowa 200W panels by simply bolting them on using the existing hole pattern on the mounts. The design is strong enough to handle the 200W panels additional surface area during heavy winds.

  3. :

    This might be a good product but I just spent hours in the mountain trying to figure out how it went together. The directions are missing far too many critical details about which part overlays which and how to put them together. If I had just one decent photo (not a terrible drawing) of how it act went together I would have been done in no time. I still don’t think I have it right because it seems to have two right arms. I had to flip the other side but then the holes don’t line up. I would have returned it if I wasn’t in the mountain so I kept taking it apart and trying other things. Then I was left with a bag on washers. So there is enough for a washer on both the bolt and nut side. I had to take every single $*#% bolt out to put the washer on. I had more work to do at the cabin, but instead this needlessly consumed my entire morning. Avoid unless you want a frustrating puzzle.

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