GoGreen 1.2kW Solar Electric Vehicle Charging Station by gogreensolar

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									Length Width Height Frame Weight

65.94 in (1675 mm) 39.41 in (1001 mm) 1.34 in (34 mm) Aluminum 48.5 lbs (22 kg)

SW 220/230 mono
The Sunmodule from SolarWorld represents one of the best values in the PV industry. The Sunmodule’s tight power tolerance of +/-3% ensures the highest system efficiency without the need for on-site module sorting. The fully automated manufacturing process at SolarWorld’s ISO 9001-2000 factories produces modules with consistently high quality. Choosing the Sunmodule® will ensure high kWh yields for the long term. To guarantee long term yields, Sunmodules are built to last. SolarWorld bonds the tempered glass laminate deep into the aluminum frame with a continuous bead of silicone adhesive. This method guarantees exceptional rigidity for the entire module and prevents the frame from loosening or pulling away from the glass in cases such as the sliding of heavy snow or handling. Tests carried out in accordance with IEC 61215, which applies loads of up to 113 lb/sf (5.4 kN/m2) demonstrate that the module can withstand high loads such as heavy accumulations of snow and ice. The Sunmodule® features a patented, low profile junction box with integrated 25A Schottkey bypass diodes that is completely sealed against corrosion. The ability to rapidly dissipate excess heat allows the diodes and junction box to operate at lower temperatures. The junction box is reliably connected by a solid, welded bond to guarantee lasting functionality and is factory-equipped with high-quality, robust cables and locking connectors. All Sunmodules carry a 25-year performance warranty and can be returned to SolarWorld at their end of life for recycling

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SW 220/230 mono
Performance under standard test conditions
Maximum power Open circuit voltage Maximum power point voltage Short circuit current Maximum power point current Pmax Voc Vmpp I sc I mpp SW 220 220 Wp 36.6 V 29.3 V 8.18 A 7.51 A SW 230 230 Wp 36.9 V 29.6 V 8.42 A 7.76 A

Performance at 800 W/m 2, NOCT, AM 1.5
Maximum power Open circuit voltage Maximum power point voltage Short circuit current Maximum power point current Pmax Voc Vmpp I sc I mpp SW 220 157 Wp 33.1 V 26.3 V 6.76 A 5.98 A SW 230 164 Wp 33.4 V 26.6 V 6.96 A 6.18 A

Minor reduction in efficiency under partial load conditions at 25°C: at 220 W/m2, 95% (+/- 3%) of the STC efficiency (1000 W/m2) is achieved.

Component materials
Cells per module Cell type Cell dimensions 60 monocrystalline silicon 6.14 x 6.14 in2 (156 x 156 mm2)

System integration parameters
Maximum system voltage SC II Maximum system voltage USA NEC Maximum series fuse rating Maximum reverse current 1,000 VDC 600 VDC 15 A Do not apply external voltages larger than Voc to the module +/- 3 % IP 65 MC type 4

Thermal characteristics
NOCT TC I sc TC Voc TC P max 46°C 0.036 %/K -0.33 %/K -0.47 %/K

Additional data
Power tolerance Junction box Connector

39.41 (1001)

8.70 (221) 2.62 (66.5) 1.34 (34)

37.80 (960)



0.26 (6.6)


0.35 (9)
3 2 1

65.94 (1675)

43.31 (1100)

37.40 (950)

1 ] Front: tempered glass 2] crystalline solar cells embedded in EVA (ethylene-vinyl-acetate) 3] Rear: Backsheet

11.32 (287.5)


0.35 (9)


0.26 (6.6) *inches (mm)

IEC 61215 Safety class II

UL Pending

SolarWorld AG reserves the right to make specification changes without notice. Sunmodules are manufactured in ISO 9001:2000 certified facilities. . This data sheet complies with the requirements of EN 50380


The Enphase Energy Microinverter System improves energy harvest, increases reliability, and dramatically simplifies design, installation and management of solar power systems. The Enphase System includes the microinverter, the Envoy Communications Gateway, and the web-based Enlighten monitoring and analysis website.
- Maximum energy production - Resilient to dust, debris and shading - Performance monitoring per module - MTBF of 331 years - System availability greater than 99.8% - No single point of system failure - Quick & simple design, installation and management - 24/7 monitoring and analysis




60 and 72 Cell Modules 240V 208V 208V


Input Data (DC)
Recommended input power (STC) Maximum input DC voltage Peak power tracking voltage Max. DC short circuit current Max. input current


230W 54V 22V – 40V 12A 10A

230W 54V 22V – 40V 12A 10A

Output Data (AC)
Maximum output power Nominal output current Nominal voltage/range Extended voltage/range Nominal frequency/range Extended frequency/range Power factor Maximum units per branch 190W 920mA 208V/183V-229V 208V/179V-232V 60.0/59.3-60.5 60.0/59.2-60.6 >0.95 21 190W 800mA 240V/211V-264V 240V/206V-269V 60.0/59.3-60.5 60.0/59.2-60.6 >0.95 15

Peak inverter efficiency CEC weighted efficiency Nominal MPP tracking 95.5% 95.0% 99.6% 95.5% 95.0% 99.6%

Mechanical Data
Operating temperature range Night time power consumption Dimensions (WxHxD) Weight Cooling Enclosure environmental rating -40ºC to +65ºC 30mW 8” x 5.25” x 1.25” 4.4 lbs Natural Convection – No Fans Outdoor – NEMA 6 -40ºC to +65ºC 30mW

Communication Warranty Compliance Powerline 15 Years UL1741/IEEE1547 FCC Part 15 Class B

Enphase Energy, Inc.

142-00005 REV 03
Printed on 100 percent recycled paper.

201 1st Street, Suite 300, Petaluma, CA 94952 877 797 4743 enphaseenergy.com


The Enphase Microinverter continuously monitors itself and the performance of its associated PV module. This data is communicated over the existing power line to the Enphase Envoy communications gateway. Enphase Envoy may be plugged into any AC wall socket and connected using a standard ethernet cable to a broadband router, making it a true plug-and-play communications solution. Data collected by Enphase Envoy is then transmitted to the Enphase Enlighten website for monitoring and analysis.

Powerline LAN
Enphase Proprietary 10/100 Auto-sensing, Auto-negotiating

Power Requirements
AC Outlet Power Consumption
120 Vac, 60 Hz, 100mA 5 Watts

Mechanical Data
Dimensions (WxHxD) in Inches Weight Ambient Temperature Range Cooling Enclosure Environmental Rating 8.8” x 4.4” x 1.7” 12 oz (340g) -40ºC to +65ºC (-40º to +149º F) Natural Convection - No Fans Indoor - NEMA 1

Standard Warranty Term Compliance
1 Year UL 60950, EN 60950 FCC Part 15 Class B

Enphase Energy, Inc.

201 1st Street, Suite 300, Petaluma, CA 94952 877 797 4743 enphaseenergy.com

Printed on 100 percent recycled paper.


by Coulomb Technologies

Fueling the Electric Transportation Industry

CT1000 AND CT2000

The CT1000 and CT2000 families of ChargePointTM Networked Charging Stations, manufactured by Coulomb Technologies, are specifically designed for the North American market. The CT1000 family of charging stations supports Level 1 (120V @ 16A) charging. The CT2000 family of charging stations supports both Level 1 and Level 2 (208/240V @ 30A) charging. The ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations combined with the ChargePoint Network Operating System (NOS) form a smart charging infrastructure for plug-in electric vehicles called the ChargePointSM Network. Each local group of charging stations automatically forms a robust self-healing Radio Frequency (RF) mesh network managed by a single gateway charging station—a version of the networked charging stations incorporating an embedded CDMA or GSM cellular modem in addition to RF mesh network functionality. Up to 100 charging stations can communicate to and be managed by a single gateway charging station. The gateway charging station, in turn, utilizes the local cellular network to communicate with the ChargePoint NOS, which runs on a remote secure hosted server managed by Coulomb Technologies. The ChargePoint NOS provides multiple web-based portals for drivers, charging station owners, installers, fleet operators, and utility companies. Coulomb’s ChargePoint NOS communicates with and individually controls the networked charging stations in order to provide authentication, management, and real-time control. The ability to individually control each charging station in real time allows the ChargePoint Network to be open to all drivers of plug-in vehicles. Drivers have the option of paying for a single charging session by placing a toll free call to the 24/7 number on each charging station or they can become a ChargePoint Network subscriber by going to www.mychargepoint.net and choosing a monthly subscription plan that fits their lifestyle. Other future payment options include using any smart (RFID) credit/debit card to authorize a session or using a standard credit or debit card at a remote payment station (RPS) to pay for charging sessions. The ChargePoint Network has been designed with an open, standards-based architecture. Drivers who are members of other charging systems will be able to use their authorization smart cards at any ChargePoint networked charging station just like they can roam between cell phone networks. ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations perform bi-directional energy metering via an embedded utility grade electronic meter. The ability to precisely measure and report electricity use enables a sustainable, flexible business model that meets the needs of drivers, corporations, fleet operators, utility companies and municipalities. This revenue generating business model includes flexible subscriber payment methods like “free” charging, pay per use, by subscription, and by kWh (where allowed).


Coulomb Technologies
Coulomb Technologies, Inc. 1692 Dell Ave. Campbell, CA 95008-6901 USA US toll free: +1-877-370-3802 www.coulombtech.com www.mychargepoint.net

ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations provide unique benefits when compared to non-networked charging stations. Those benefits include: • A charging infrastructure open to all drivers without requiring subscriptions • A revenue stream to pay for electricity, capital equipment and maintenance • Ability for drivers to find unoccupied charging stations via web-enabled cell phones • Notification by SMS text or email when charging is complete • Authenticated access to eliminate energy theft • Authorized energizing for safety • Remote monitoring and diagnostics for superior quality of service • Smart Grid integration for utility load management with future V2G capabilities • Green House Gas savings calculation per driver and per fleet • Fleet vehicle management


by Coulomb Technologies






Coulomb Technologies reserves the right to alter product offerings and specifications at any time without notice, and is not responsible for typographical or graphical errors that may appear in this document.


by Coulomb Technologies

Both the CT1000 and CT2000 ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations are available in three mounting configurations:




Charging Connection AC Charging Power Output AC Power Input; Connections Recommended Service Panel Breaker Recommended Service Panel GFCI Integral Hardware GFCI Automatic Plug-Out Detection Power Measurement Local Area Network Wide Area Network Network Communication Protocol Network Security Maximum Charging Stations per 802.15.4 Radio Group Smart Card Reader Standby Power Outdoor Rated Safety Compliance Surge Protection EMI Compliance Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Voltage and Current Rating Terminal Block Temperature Rating Approximate Shipping Weights NEMA 5-20 1.9kW (120V @ 16A) Level 1

NEMA 5-20 and SAE J1772™ Document (plug on 5m cable) 7.2kW (240V @ 30A) - Level 2 and 1.9kW (120V @ 16A) - Level 1

120V 16A Single Phase; Line, Neutral, and Earth 208/240V 30A; Line1, Line2 and 120V 16A; Line, Neutral, Earth (5 wire) 20A breaker on dedicated circuit 40A dual breaker and 20A single breaker on dedicated circuits Level 2, 20mA and Level 1, 5mA CCID with self test and auto retry (15 min delay, 3 tries)

None. Do not provide GFCI at service panel as it can conflict with integral GFCI. 5mA CCID with self test and auto retry (15 min delay, 3 tries)

Programmable arm and trip current thresholds (patent pending) 1% @ 5 min interval; ANSI C12 capable (special order) 2.4GHz 802.15.4 dynamic mesh network Commercial CDMA or GPRS cellular data network TCP/IP HTTPS; 128-bit AES Encryption 100 Each charging station must be within 150 feet of at least one other station ISO 15693 compliant 5W typ. NEMA 3R per NEMA 250-1997 NRTL Tested; GFCI per UL 2231-1 and -2; Meets UL 2202; NEC Article 625 Compliant 6kV @ 3,000A In geographic areas subject to frequent thunder storms, supplemental surge protection at the service panel is recommended. FCC Part 15 Level A -30°C to +50°C Up to 95% 120VAC @ 16A 100°C Bollard (CT1001) 50lb / 23kg Pole Mount (CT1002) 30lb / 14kg Wall Mount (CT1003) 33lb / 15kg Bollard (CT2001) 60lb / 27kg Pole Mount (CT2002) 40lb / 19kg Wall Mount (CT2003) 43lb / 20kg 208/240VAC @ 30A and 120VAC @ 16A


by Coulomb Technologies

Fueling the Electric Transportation Industry

City of San Francisco

CT1000 AND CT2000


• Smart Card: open, standards-based RFID provides authorized network access control preventing electricity theft, enhancing safety, and minimizing liability • Automatic SMS Text and/or Email notification: alerts drivers of events and issues • High Availability: real-time remote control monitoring and management features, minimizes station downtime and enables start/stop charging sessions with lock/unlock door • 24/7 ChargePoint Network Customer Support: via toll free telephone number • Advanced Level 1 Safety Features: power not energized until: 1. User is authorized 2. Plug is fully inserted 3. Door is relocked
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• Locking Door (Level 1): retains the charging cord to prevent theft, with auto unlock in case of power outage • Auto Plug-out Detect (Level 1): automatically detects if charging cord has been un-plugged at the vehicle, de-energizes outlet and optionally notifies driver (patent pending) • GFCI: integral hardware ground-fault protection circuitry with auto retry minimizes nuisance GFCI trips • Fast Over-Current Detect at Charging Station: minimizes nuisance breaker trips at service panel • Bi-Directional, Utility-Grade Power Measurement: integral power metering circuitry provides accurate measurement of energy delivered for charging and allows calculation of Green House Gas savings • Wide Area Network Connection – CDMA or GSM: only one gateway charging station with cellular modem required per local group of charging stations • HTTPS and 128-bit AES Encryption: ensures secure network communications • Integrated RFID Reader: recognizes and identifies ChargePoint Network Smart Cards, RFID credit cards and authorization smart cards from other charging systems • Future Proofed: all firmware can be upgraded remotely via the network as new capabilities and functionality become available • Electric Utility Demand-Side Management: communication via HTTPS secure link to utility and third party “Smart Grid” management systems provides real-time load shedding of any group of charging stations • Vacuum Fluorescent Display: bright and easy to read
Copyright © 2009 Coulomb Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. CHARGEPOINT is a U.S. registered trademark and service mark of Coulomb Technologies, Inc. All other products or services mentioned are the trademarks, service marks, registered trademarks or registered service marks of their respective owners. Coulomb Technologies has several patents filed.

Coulomb Technologies
Coulomb Technologies, Inc. 1692 Dell Ave. Campbell, CA 95008-6901 USA US toll free: +1-877-370-3802 www.coulombtech.com www.mychargepoint.net

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