Take Away Solar Power

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Take Away Solar Systems are handy off grid power systems designed to provide small amounts of energy in e.g. sheds, car ports, temporary job-sites, or small bush cabins.

Suitable to power LED lights, charge phones, tablets or laptops, run a radio, small TVs or even a chest fridge. If you want to power a proper fridge, you will need a bigger system.

Installation is quick and simple, no special tools required. The Power Pouch is compact and easy to load into a car; the Power Cube is heavier and designed for extended temporary applications; the Mini Box is built for permanent installations.

We have Take Away Solar Systems in stock, ready to be shipped to anywhere in Australia and beyond.

Solar System Examples

Power Pouch

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The Power Pouch is a maintenance free, plug n play 12 volt solar system. Simply connect the solar panel to the pre-wired battery container and place the panel in the sun.

These systems look a bit like a handyman's toolbox and power LED lights, radios, mobile phones, tablets and even a DC laptop, or the equivalent of about 250Wh per day. They are the ideal camping companion.

View what appliances you can run with a Power Pouch. Feel free to modify the appliance list to suit your needs - and request a written quote once you are done.

The Power Pouch Kit includes:

12V Power Pouch

  • 140 Watt Victron solar panel
  • 20 Amp Apple regulator
  • 120Ah Ritar AGM battery
  • battery enclosure
  • 2 x cigarette lighter sockets with caps
  • cables, fuses

Price: $999

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Alternatively, you can customise a DC Power Pouch and get an instant quote. If you want to go camping, we recommend the Mobile Power Pouch.

Power Cube

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The Power Cube is our largest Plug N Go off grid power system. Simply connect the solar panel to the wooden battery box and place the panel in the sun.

The cube-like system is designed to run a few lights, a radio, phone, tablet and your laptop, even a compressor driven chest fridge, or about 500Wh per day. In short, the Cube will be your best mate on a remote job site.

View what appliances you can run with a Power Cube. Feel free to modify the appliance list to suit your needs - and request a written quote once you are done.

The Power Cube Kit includes:

12V Power Cube

  • 260W Trina Solar™ Honey Module® panel
  • 15 Amp MPPT Victron Regulator
  • 260Ah Sealed Lead Acid Battery
  • wooden battery box
  • cigarette lighter socket with cap
  • dual USB outlet with cap
  • 5 x Sundaya Bayonet sockets
  • digital voltmeter
  • Anderson plug for optional inverter

Price: from $1,851

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Alternatively, you can customise a Power Cube and get an instant quote or buy online.

Mini Distribution Box

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The Mini-Box is a modular off grid power system. The wall-mountable distribution box should be mounted inside, while the batteries can be kept outside. The design is also useful for motor homes.

The Mini-Box system is designed for stationary applications (sheds, cabins) and will run a few lights, a radio, phone, tablet and your laptop, even a compressor driven chest fridge, or about 500Wh per day.

View what appliances you can run with a Mini Box. Feel free to modify the appliance list to suit your needs - and request a written quote once you are done.

The Mini-Box Kit includes:

12V Mini Distribution Box Solar Kit

  • 260W Trina Solar™ Honey Module® panel
  • 15 Amp MPPT Victron Regulator
  • 260Ah Sealed Lead Acid Battery
  • Gewiss® Distribution Box with breakers
  • cigarette lighter socket with cap
  • dual USB outlet with cap
  • digital voltmeter
  • Anderson plug for optional inverter

Price: from $2,035

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We install solar systems in Northern NSW and Southern QLD.


QLD:
Gold Coast (from Coolangatta to Southport), Nerang and Hinterland (Beaudesert) and out West (Warwick, Stanthorpe, Killarney)


NSW:
Northern NSW (Tweed Heads to Yamba, including Evans Head, Byron Bay and Ballina); the Far North Coast Hinterland (Grafton via Lismore to Murwillumbah) and out West (Casino to Tenterfield, including Drake and Tabulam, as well as Woodenbong and Bonalbo)

For larger system we also go up to Brisbane or down to Coffs Harbour and even Glen Innes. Other places by arrangement.