RB509-500

RB509-500
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RB509-500 Direct Bury 16 gauge stranded wire 500 long to use to hook up the transformer or solar panel to the pc board. You can run up to 1000' of this wire to connect your transformer to an outlet. The transformer needs to be installed in a weather proof cover WP1100C for $9.90 to protect it from the elements. This wire can run up to 200' to locate your solar panel in the optimum position to face the south to absorb the suns rays.

  • Model: RB509-500
  • Shipping Weight: 17lbs
  • 10000 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: GTO

$290.00

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 07 October, 2013.

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