At Intersolar 2012 in Munich, Huber+Suhner presents two new junction boxes: a new process and cost-optimised box and the modular connection system.
The RADOX® SOLAR HS3 junction box is one of two new cost-optimised connection systems which Huber+Suhner presents at the Intersolar 2012. At 150mm by 75mm, it is significantly smaller than other junction boxes of the RADOX® SOLAR product family.
In addition to the familiar advantages, it complies with the latest EN 50548:2011 and UL3730 standards. Furthermore, the HS3 is available in several terminal layouts and is optimally suited for use in different panel architectures and production processes.
Optimised for automation
With defined robot grip surfaces and a stackable design, the HS3 is ideal for automated processes. Due to the modified surfaces, this junction box can also be handled using vacuum suction cups. Moreover, the potting process has been optimised through an enlarged duct, reduced compound volume and a simplified potting process.
Modular junction box
The new RADOX® SOLAR HM0 modular junction box impresses with the following features: several terminal layouts and an optimised design for automated processes.
The junction box consists of a basic box with integrated interface, which can be equipped or retrofitted with an optional blue box at any time. This blue box differs, depending on the integrated smart electronics.
Both junction boxes are presented at the Intersolar 2012, in hall B6, Stand 370. In addition to these new products, Huber+Suhner also presents its proven RADOX® SOLAR cables and connectors as well as connectivity solutions, both for and in inverters.