Solar PANEL INSTALLATION

A. Installation with a Single Solar Panel

IMPORTANT: Before connecting the Solar Power System, mark the positive (+) battery terminal with red tape.

  1. Place 1 Solar Panel onto 1 of the 4-wheeled hand-trucks.
  2. Locate the NEGATIVE (-) and the POSITIVE (+) cable connectors on the back of the Solar Panel.
  3. Locate the 2 Solar Panel connectors that have a Solar Panel connector on one side and an open wire on the other.  There are 2 of these in the FATMax.
  4. Connect the MALE open wire Solar Panel connector to the NEGATIVE (-) cable on the Solar Panel.  This connection is the NEGATIVE (-).
  5. Connect the FEMALE open wire Solar Panel connector to the POSITIVE (+) cable on the Solar Panel.  This connection is the POSITIVE (+). 
  6. Connect the NEGATIVE (-) open wire Solar Panel connector to the SunSaver Solar NEGATIVE (-) post using a screwdriver.
  7. Connect the POSITIVE (+) open wire Solar Panel connector to the SunSaver Solar POSITIVE (+) post using a screwdriver.
  8. Locate the YELLOW electrical wire in the FATMax.  Strip the wire on both ends as needed. After removing the YELLOW sheath from the internal wires there are 3 wires.  The WHITE wire is the POSITIVE (+).  The BLACK wire is the NEGATIVE (-).  The GROUND wire (surrounded by paper) should be folded out of the way.  Use needle-nose pliers to loop the ends of the YELLOW electrical cable.
  9. Connect the NEGATIVE (-) BLACK electrical wire to the SunSaver BATTERY post using a screwdriver.
  10. Connect the POSITIVE (+) WHITE electrical wire to the SunSaver BATTERY post using a screwdriver.
  11. Locate 1 pair of LOOP END BATTERY CABLES.  RED is POSTIVE.  BLACK is NEGATIVE (-).
  12. Using a pair of needle nose pliers, loop the free end of the YELLOW electrical wire around 1 side of the connected BATTERY CABLES.  
    1. The WHITE POSITIVE (+) wire should be looped around the RED POSITIVE (+) BATTERY CABLE.  
    2. The BLACK NEGATIVE (-) wire should be looped around the BLACK NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY CABLE.
  13. Use electrical tape to wrap the POSITIVE (+) and NEGATIVE (-) connections separately.
  14. Use electrical tape to wrap both POSITIVE (+) and NEGATIVE (-) connections together.
  15. Place the free end of the connected BATTERY CABLES onto the battery.
    1. The BLACK BATTERY CABLE is placed on the NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY POST.
    2. The POSITIVE (+) BATTERY CABLE is place on the POSITIVE (+) BATTERY POST.
    3. This connects the SunSaver to the BATTERY.
  16. Locate the DC to AC inverter and the 1 PAIRED LOOP END BATTERY CABLES.
    1. Place the NEGATIVE (-) inverter cable on the NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY POST.
    2. Place the POSITIVE (+) inverter cable on the POSTIVE (+) BATTERY POST.
    3. Place the NEGATIVE (-) loop end on the NEGATIVE (-) INVERTER POST.
    4. Place the POSITIVE (+) loop end on the POSITIVE (+) INVERTER POST.
  17. The Solar Panel Power System is now ready to turn on.
  18. Flip the power switch on the DC to AC inverter to on

B. Installation with Dual Solar Panels

IMPORTANT: Before connecting the Solar Power System, mark the positive (+) battery terminal with red tape.

  1. Place 1 Solar Panel onto each of the 4-wheeled hand-trucks and place them side-by-side.
  2. Locate the NEGATIVE (-) and the POSITIVE (+) cable connections on the back of each Solar Panel.
  3. Connect the POSITIVE (+) Solar Panel connector of the LEFT Solar Panel to the NEGATIVE (-)Solar Panel Connector of the RIGHT Solar Panel.  This will bridge both Solar Panels.
  4. Locate the 2 Solar Panel connectors that have a Solar Panel connector on one side and an open wire on the other.  There are 2 of these in the FATMax.
  5. Connect the MALE open wire Solar Panel connector to the NEGATIVE (-) cable on the Solar Panel.  This connection is the NEGATIVE (-).
  6. Connect the FEMALE open wire Solar Panel connector to the POSITIVE (+) cable on the Solar Panel.  This connection is the POSITIVE (+).   (See illustrations above)
  7. Connect the NEGATIVE (-) open wire Solar Panel connector to the SunSaver Solar NEGATIVE (-) post using a screwdriver.
  8. Connect the POSITIVE (+) open wire Solar Panel connector to the SunSaver Solar POSITIVE (+) post using a screwdriver.  (See illustrations above)
  9. Locate the YELLOW electrical wire in the FATMax.  Strip the wire on both ends as needed. After removing the YELLOW sheath from the internal wires there are 3 wires.  The WHITE wire is the POSITIVE (+).  The BLACK wire is the NEGATIVE (-).  The GROUND wire (surrounded by paper) should be folded out of the way.  Use needle-nose pliers to loop the ends of the YELLOW electrical cable.
  10. Connect the NEGATIVE (-) BLACK electrical wire to the SunSaver BATTERY post using a screwdriver.
  11. Connect the POSITIVE (+) WHITE electrical wire to the SunSaver BATTERY post using a screwdriver.
  12. Locate 1 pair of LOOP END BATTERY CABLES.  RED is POSTIVE.  BLACK is NEGATIVE (-).
  13. Using a pair of needle nose pliers, loop the free end of the YELLOW electrical wire around 1 side of the connected BATTERY CABLES.  
    1. The WHITE POSITIVE (+) wire should be looped around the RED POSITIVE (+) BATTERY CABLE.  
    2. The BLACK NEGATIVE (-) wire should be looped around the BLACK NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY CABLE.
  14. Use electrical tape to wrap the POSITIVE (+) and NEGATIVE (-) connections separately.
  15. Use electrical tape to wrap both POSITIVE (+) and NEGATIVE (-) connections together.
  16. Place the free end of the connected BATTERY CABLES onto the battery.
    The BLACK BATTERY CABLE is placed on the NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY POST.
    The POSITIVE (+) BATTERY CABLE is place on the POSITIVE (+) BATTERY POST.
    This connects the SunSaver to the BATTERY.
  17. Locate the DC to AC inverter and the 1 PAIRED LOOP END BATTERY CABLES.
    1. Place the NEGATIVE (-) inverter cable on the NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY POST.
    2. Place the POSITIVE (+) inverter cable on the POSTIVE (+) BATTERY POST.
    3. Place the NEGATIVE (-) loop end on the NEGATIVE (-) INVERTER POST.
    4. Place the POSITIVE (+) loop end on the POSITIVE (+) INVERTER POST.
  18. The Solar Panel Power System is now ready to turn on.
  19. Flip the power switch on the DC to AC inverter to on.

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