by Staff Writers
Greenwood Village CO (SPX) Nov 21, 2011
Onyx Service and Solutions reports that its development partner has shipped the first several prototypes of ONYX's revolutionary "Plug-N-Play" solar power system. The company anticipates receiving the prototypes within the next two weeks and will deploy them for testing shortly thereafter.
The foundation of the product is the company's newly sourced 280-watt high efficiency solar panel. The company's Plug-N-Play system will include a properly rated micro-inverter as well as a high capacity battery designed into the panel. The inclusion of these components as a part of the panel system will greatly simplify the installation of solar power in most circumstances.
The prototype systems have been developed with different configurations of inverters and batteries. ONYX intends to finalize the system configuration during the testing period.
"We are excited to receive the first prototypes of our "Plug-N-Play" solar power system," stated Malcolm Burleson, President of ONYX. "This system could bring about a new era in home solar systems by allowing homeowners to install basic systems without the need for complicated electrical wiring."
Onyx Service and Solutions, Inc. aggressively acquires, develops and markets the most promising and potentially profitable energy projects and technologies possible. The Onyx mission is to manifest cutting edge energy technology, products, manufacturing advances and construction projects to successfully compete in a global energy marketplace
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