Portable Solar Generator

SolarLine – Portable Solar Generators (PSG)

The SolarLine PSG™ is our most compact trailer-based solar generator. It is 4′ wide x 6′ long x 5.7′ high. Designed for small events, like weddings, concerts, movie sets, jobsites or remote living situations. It’s the perfect balance of power and transportability. You can tow it behind most 4 or 6-cylinder vehicles and they are powerful enough to run 3,500 watt loads, the PSG Series is perfect for users with light to medium power needs where cost and size are a concern. Pricing starts at $10,500.

SolarLine PSG1

**2.1 kWh/day of power generation
Two 235-Watt Solar Panel
40 amps @ 120 volts
*Four (6 V ) 400 amp-hour flooded lead-acid batteries
9.6 kWh battery storage capacity
Pure sine wave.

SolarLine PSG2

**3.1 kWh/day of power generation
Three 235-Watt Solar Panels
50 amps @ 120 volts
*Eight (6 V ) 400 amp-hour sealed AGM batteries
19.2 kWh battery storage capacity
Pure sine wave.

SolarLine PSG3

**4.2 kWh/day of power generation
Four 235-Watt Solar Panels
100 amps @ 120 volts
*Eight (6 V ) 400 amp-hour sealed AGM batteries
19.2 kWh battery storage capacity
Pure sine wave.

SolarLine PSG4

**4.2 kWh/day of power generation
Four 235-Watt Solar Panels
50 amps @ 120/240-volts
*Sixteen (6 V ) 400 amp-hour sealed AGM batteries
38.4 kWh battery storage capacity
Pure sine wave.

Quality in—Quantity Out

All of our systems can be charged by grid power and can be configured to use small bio-diesel back-up generators that are triggered automatically should the batteries dip below a preset limit. And they can also be configured for remote monitoring to ensure optimum performance. All SolarLine portable solar generators use Outback inverters & charge controllers, and Ontario made Solgate PV panels for power generation, along with Surrette or Full River deep cycle lead acid, and AGM batteries.

*Battery capacity calculated at 20-hour rate
**kWh/day calculation based on 4.5-hours of peak sun (northern climates). On-site power production will coincide with latitude, local climate and time of year.