Location: Condingup, 67 kilometres east of Esperance, Western Australia
Design and deploy a remote Nano SAPS to supply 240VAC in a standalone capacity, without the need for mains power.
The Nano was well suited as a set and leave solution, combining solar photovoltaic panels and advanced battery storage technology. The exclusion of a generator means the unit only needs to be inspected once a year.
Specifications: Nano SAPS
0.9 kW of solar panels 10.1 kWh of battery storage
Graham and Gina Darlow run around 1,000 head of cattle as part of their 4,000-hectare cropping and livestock agri-business and needed a reliable, remote power solution to power hundreds of kilometres of electric fence.
Providing safe reliable power 24 hours a day to maintain integrity of an extensive electric fence network.
Robust and weatherproof design to support remote deployment.
Adequate battery storage sizing to ensure continuous supply of power even on cloudy days and overnight.
The Nano SAPS gives the Darlows peace of mind that the extensive network of electric fences used to contain their cattle are reliably powered day and night.
The Nano SAPS is an excellent solution for small load requirements such as electric fencing, remote pumps and small farming loads.
The system’s design benefits include:
Easily transportable to remote areas
Plug and Play commissioning
Low maintenance costs
AC and DC applications
Remote monitoring and control
Robust and weatherproof
“The Nano SAPS has reliably powered hundreds of kilometres of electric fencing for us day and night.” – Graham Darlow