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Solar Suitcase 60W and 100W Owner’s Manual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RNG Group Inc. (Renogy)

14288 Central Ave., Suite A Chino, CA 91710

1-800-330-8678

 

 

 

 

Product  Description  

 

The  Renogy  Solar  Suitcases  combine  highly  efficient  Renogy  Solar  Panels  and  a  fully  adjustable  

 

10  Amp  PWM  Fully  Adjustable  Solar  Charge  Controller  with  LCD  Screen  to  create  an  easy-­‐to-­‐use,  

‘plug  and  play’  system.    

This   system   is   specifically   designed   for   mobile   off-­‐grid   applications,   where   space   and   weight   limitations   are   abundant.   The   Solar   Suitcase   100W   supports   12V   deep   cycle   battery   varieties  

  such   as   sealed   lead   acid,   gel,   and   flooded.   With   built-­‐in   tilting   stands,   these   panels   can   be   adjusted  at  different  angles  to  maximize  the  power  output  throughout  the  seasons.    

The   alligator   clips   included   in   this   package   make   it   easy   to   connect   the   panel   to   a   battery   in   seconds.   If   one   ever   needs   to   connect   a   battery   with   a   different   type   of   end   terminal,   the   alligator  clips  are  attached  via  an  Anderson  plug  connector  (50A  SB  housing).    

 

PWM  Technology  

 

The   built-­‐in   charge   controller   is   based   on   advanced   Pulse   Width   Modulation   (PWM)   charging   technology.  With  a  charging  range  of  0-­‐100%,  it  can  charge  a  battery  quickly  and  safely  under  

 

any  condition  of  the  solar  photovoltaic  system.  

When   charging,   the   controller   utilizes   automatic   duty   cycle   conversion,   creating   pulses   of   current   to   charge   the   battery.   Intermissions   make   the   oxygen   and   hydrogen   generated   by   chemical  reactions  combine  again  and   become  absorbed.  This  process  can  naturally  eliminate   both  concentration  polarization  and  ohm  polarization,  and  can  also  reduce  the  internal  pressure   of  the  battery;  thus,  the  battery  will  absorb  more  power.  Pulse  current  charging  mode  allows   the   battery   more   time   to   react,   which   reduces   the   gassing   volume   and   makes   the   battery   improve  the  acceptance  rate  of  the  charging  current.  

To  learn  more  about  the  10A  Amp  PWM  Charge  Controller  included  with  the  Renogy  Solar  

Suitcase  100W,  please  visit  our  Guides  and  Downloads  webpage,  and  download  the  separate   manual  for  this  controller.    

 

Scan  the  QR  Code  to  visit  the  download  page.  

Or  visit:   http://goo.gl/NrqNn5  

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Components

 

 

 

 

Junction box

 

 

Connector

(50A SB housing)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aluminum frame with corner protection

Battery Alligator

Clips

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also  included  but  not  depicted:  

Storage  Case  

 

 

 

 

10A PWM ViewStar LCD

Charge Controller

Latch

 

Handle

Latch

Anderson Powerpole Connector

(50A SB housing)

Fuse Holder with

7.5A mini fuse

 

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Installation

 

1.  Unclip  the  two  latches  on  the  side  of  the  unit  and  unfold  the  two  panels  outward.  

 

 

Extend  the  stands  to  support  the  solar  panels.  

2.   The   controller   is   mounted   on   metal   plate.   The   plate   is   attached   to   the   back   of   the   panel  with  Velcro.  The  hinges  attached  to  the  metal  plate  allow  the  user  to  swivel  the   charge   controller   to   get   a   better   look   at   the   LCD   display.   The   Velcro   allows   the   re-­‐ attachment  of  the  charge  controller  back  under  the  panel.      

 

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3.  Fully  extend  battery  leads.  Connect  the  red  alligator  clip   to  the  positive  (+)  battery   terminal  and  the  black  alligator  clip  to  the  negative  (-­‐)  battery  terminal  on  a  12V  battery.  

Ensure  that  the  connections  are  secure.  

 

 

 

 

Black

Red

Note:  The  kit  should  be  connected  to  a  battery  generating  at  least  9V  to  start  the  charge  controller.  If   the  12V  battery  is  fully  discharged,  charge  it  for  a  short  period  of  time  by  other  means  to  reach  9V.  

 

4.  When  you  connect  the  kit  to  the  battery,  the  charge  controller  will  display  a  boot  up   message  as  follows:  

WELCOME

VERSION 1.23

 

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5.  Adjusting  Battery  Size  and  Type:  Press  

 to  navigate  to  the  menu  options.    

 to  enter  to  the  options,  press    or  

1.Monitoring .

2.Device Set

3.Parameter Set

4.Load Set

 

 

 

When  the  inverse  cursor  rests  on   5.  Rated  Value ,  press   parameter   interface.   Once   again,   press    or  

 to  enter  into  the  nominal  

    to   move   between   the   adjustable  parameters.  Pressing   pressing  

 will  move  the  inverse  cursor  to  the  right.  While  

 will   move   it   to   the   left.   If   the   inverse   cursor   is   at   the   very   beginning,   press    to  jump  back  to  the  main  menu  screen.  When  the  inverse  cursor  rests  at   some   parameter,   the   contents   of   the   parameter   can   be   modified.   To   modify   a   parameter,  press    to  increase  the  current  parameter,  or  press    to  reduce  it.  

In   this   screen   the   battery   type   and   capacity   can   be   modified.   The   battery   capacity   ranges  from  1-­‐999  AH.    

 

 

After  the  last  digit  of  the  battery  capacity,  Press   battery.    

 or    to  select  the  type  of  

Seal  =  Sealed  Lead  Acid  (AGM),  Gel  =  Gel  Battery,  Flood  =  Flooded  (wet  cell)  battery  

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Settings  can  be  saved  by  pressing    until  the  last  adjustable  parameter  is  reached,   in  this  case  will  be  the  Battery  Type.  Press    or  

Cancel.  The  inverse  cursor  will  rest  on  the  selected  option.  

 to  choose  between  Save  or  

 

Press    to  confirm  the  selection.  If  the  Save  option  is  chosen,  then  the  parameters  

  will  be  saved.  If  Cancel  was  chosen,  then  parameters  won’t  be  saved,  and  the  screen  will   jump   back   to   the   main   menu   interface.   When   saving,   the   controller   will   check   and   confirm  valid  parameters.  If  the  parameters  are  correctly  set,  and  success  message  will   appear  as  shown  below:  

 

 

After  successfully  saving  the  parameters,  press    to  exit  to  the  main  menu.  The   controller  should  now  have  the  correct  parameters  for  the  battery  selected.  If  there  is  a   need  to  use  different  charging  parameters,  the  controller  is  fully  adjustable.  Please  refer   to  the  charge  controller  manual.    

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6.  Find  a  clear  sunlit  area,  free  from  overhanging  tree  branches,  obstructions  or  shading.  

The  panel  should  be  facing  south,  and  the  tilting  angle  should  be  adjusted  as  follows:  

Summer

𝜃   =  𝐿𝑎𝑡𝑖𝑡𝑢𝑑𝑒  –  15°

Fall and Spring

𝜃   =  𝑎𝑡  𝑙𝑎𝑡𝑖𝑡𝑢𝑑𝑒

Winter

𝜃   =  𝐿𝑎𝑡𝑖𝑡𝑢𝑑𝑒   +  15° 𝜃

 

 

Note:  To  maximize  the  output,  adjust  the  position  of  the  kit  regularly  to  track  the  sun  movement   throughout  the  day

 

7.  Remote  Temperature  Sensor  (optional):  The  charge  controller  (ViewStar)  has  a  built-­‐ in  temperature  sensor.  This  is  used  for  temperature  compensation  of  the  charging   parameters.  During  a  hot  summer  day,  the  local  temperature  on  the  controller  might   register  a  higher  temperature  than  that  from  the  battery  if  the  battery  is  under  shade.  

2ERJ-­‐3.81  

Port

 

 

 

For  this  reason,  the  controller  also  has  a  2ERJ-­‐3.81  port  for  a  Remote  Temperature  

Sensor  (Model:  TS-­‐R).  The  RTS  can  be  placed  next  to  the  battery  (ies).  This  optional   accessory  can  be  purchased  separately.    

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Charging LED

Indicator

Fault

LED Indicator

Charge  Controller  LEDs  

 

 

 

 

Charging  Indicator  

The  green  LED  indicator  will  turn  on  whenever  sunlight  is  available  for  battery  charging.  

Under  normal  charging  conditions,  the  green  charging  LED  will  stay  on  at  all  times.  

 

Color  

Green  

Table  1  Charging  LED  indicators  

 

Fault  Indicator  

Indication  

On  solid  

Operating  State  

Charging  

 

When  the  following  cases  occur  the  fault  indicator  will  be  flashing  red:    

Solar  module    

Over-­‐current  

Error  while  trying  to  measure  the  voltage  

Reverse-­‐protection  MOS-­‐I  short  

MOS-­‐C  short  

MOS-­‐I  or  MOS-­‐C  disconnection    

MOS  break  in  control  section  

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Battery  

Over-­‐voltage  

Error  while  trying  to  measure  the  voltage  

The  temperature  is  above  range  (battery  too  hot)  

Load  

Over  load  

Short  

Discharging  MOS  Short  

Error  while  trying  to  measure  the  voltage  

Device  

Controller  is  operating  too  hot  

For  trouble  shooting  please  refer  to  the  charge  controller  manual  (Chapter  5).  

Color  

 

 

 

 

 

Red  

 

Indication  

 

 

 

 

 

Flashing  

Operating  State  

PV:  Over-­‐current,  Measure  error,  

MOS-­‐I  Short,  MOS-­‐C  Short  or  MOS  

Break    

BATT:    Over-­‐voltage,  Measure   error  or  Running  too  hot  

LOAD:  Over  load,  Short,  

Discharging  MOS  short,  or  

Measure  error  

DEVICE:  Running  too  hot  

Table  2  Fault  indicators  

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Frequently  Asked  Questions  

Q.  What  type  of  batteries  can  be  used  with  this  kit?  

A.   Any   sealed   lead   acid,   gel,   or   flooded   12V   battery   (typically   used   in   caravans,   motorhomes,  boats  etc.)  is  appropriate  for  use  with  this  kit.  

Q.  Can  this  kit  charge  a  24V  battery?  

A.  No,  because  this  kit  is  designed  to  charge  a  12V  battery.  Technically,  it’s  possible  to   change   solar   panel   connections   to   enable   the   kit   to   work   in   24V   mode;   however,   a   qualified,  knowledgeable  individual  should  only  do  this.      

Note:  unauthorized  modification  to  24V  will  void  the  warranty.  

Q.  Can  the  kit  charge  two  or  more  12V  batteries  connected  in  parallel?

 

A.  Yes,  it’s  possible  if  the  batteries  have  the  same  type  and  capacity  and  are  wired  in   parallel  as  a  single  12V  battery  bank.  

Q.  Is  there  any  risk  that  the  solar  kit  will  over  charge  my  battery?  

A.  One  of  the  functions  of  the  solar  charge  controller  is  to  ensure  that  your  battery  is   not  over  charged;  therefore  there  is  no  risk  of  overcharge.  

Q.  Can  I  extend  the  battery  leads?  

A.  Yes,  it’s  possible  –  please  choose  the  same  size  of  cable  for  extension.  However,  there   longer  the  extension,  the  greater  the  line  loss.  Bigger  gauge  will  be  required  for  longer   runs.  

Q.  Do  I  need  to  clean  the  solar  panels?  

A.  Yes,  it  is  recommended  for  better  performance.  Dust  and  dirt  should  first  be  swept   off  the  panel  surface  using  a  soft  brush.  When  the  sweeping  is  complete,  use  a  wet  cloth   to  wipe  the  panel  surface  to  remove  remaining  dirt  and  grime.  

 

Q.  Can  rain  damage  the  solar  kit?  

A.   The   solar   panels   are   fully   waterproof   (IP66   class),   the   controller   is   not.   We   recommend   protecting   the   kit   from   rain,   since   water   into   controller   may   damage   the   internal  circuitry.    

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Troubleshooting  

Check  all  connections  to  ensure  they  are  secure  and  clean  

Check  polarity  of  the  battery  connection  and  make  sure  the  battery  generates  at   least  9V    

Ensure  the  solar  panels  are  exposed  to  sufficient  light  –  ideally  position  them  to   face  the  sun  directly  

For  more  information  refer  to  the  Troubleshooting  section  of  the  Solar  Controller  

Manual  (skip  anything  which  relates  to  load  work  in  the  controller  manual  as  the   load  terminals  of  the  controller  are  not  used)  

 

Specifications  

 

Solar  Panels

 

Description  

Maximum  Power  

Open  Circuit  Voltage  (Voc)  

Short  Circuit  Current  (Isc)  

Maximum  Power  Voltage  (Vmp)  

Maximum  Power  Current  (Imp)  

Cell  Type  

Operating  Temperature  

Folded  Size  

Net  Weight    

Parameter  (60W)     Parameter  (100W)  

60W  

21.6V  

3.62  

18.0V  

100W  

21.6V  

6.17A  

17.5V  

3.34A  

Monocrystalline  

5.71A  

Monocrystalline  

−40°F  to  +185°F   −40°F  to  +185°F  

13.60  x  25.40  x  2.80  “   19.88  x  27.17  x  2.36  “  

21.20  lbs.   24.69  lbs.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table  3  Solar  panels  specifications    

Specifications  under  standard  test  conditions  (STC):  1000W/m

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,  AM  1.5,  25  °C.  Specifications  are  stated  

 

  for  the  solar  panels  only  without  the  effect  of  the  charge  controller.  

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Charge  Controller  

Description  

Nominal  System  Voltage  

Rated  Charge  Current  

Rated  Discharge  Current  

Maximum  Battery  Voltage  

Max.  Solar  Input  Voltage*  

Max.  PV  Input  Power  

Self-­‐consumption**  

Charge  Circuit  Voltage  Drop  

Discharge  Circuit  Voltage  Drop  

Communication    

Remote  Temperature  Sensor  

Ground    

Battery  Type  

12VDC  

10A  

10A  

32V  

48VDC  

120W  (12V)  

≤18mA    

≤  0.24V  

Parameter  

≤  0.15V  

TTL232  /  8  pin  RJ45  

2ERJ-­‐3.81  

Negative  ground  

Gel,  Sealed  (AGM),  and  Flooded  

 

Table  4  Electrical  Parameters  

*Array   voltage   should   never   exceed   maximum   PV   input   voltage.   Refer   to   the   solar   module   documentation   to  

determine   the   highest   expected   array   V temperature  for  the  system  location.

 

oc

  (Open   Circuit   Voltage)   as   defined   by   the   lowest   expected   ambient  

Charging  Parameters    

 

High  Volt  Disconnect  

 

Charging  Limit  Voltage  

 

Over  Voltage  Reconnect  

 

Equalization  Voltage  

 

Battery  type

 

Control  Parameter  

Gel   Sealed   Flooded  

Default   16.0V;  x2/24V   16.0V;  x2/24V   16.0V;  x2/24V  

Max   17.0V;  x2/24V   17.0V;  x2/24V   17.0V;  x2/24V  

Min   15.0V;  x2/24V   15.0V;  x2/24V   15.0V;  x2/24V  

Default   15.5V;  x2/24V   15.5V;  x2/24V   15.5V;  x2/24V  

Max   16.0V;  x2/24V   16.0V;  x2/24V   16.0V;  x2/24V  

Min   14.0V;  x2/24V   14.0V;  x2/24V   14.0V;  x2/24V  

Default   15.0V;  x2/24V   15.0V;  x2/24V   15.0V;  x2/24V  

Max   16.0V;  x2/24V   16.0V;  x2/24V   16.0V;  x2/24V  

Min   14.0V;  x2/24V   14.0V;  x2/24V   14.0V;  x2/24V  

N/A   14.6V;  x2/24V   14.8V;  x2/24V   Default  

Max  

Min  

N/A  

N/A  

15.2V;  x2/24V   15.2V;  x2/24V  

14.2V;  x2/24V   14.2V;  x2/24V  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table  5  Battery  Parameters  

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Boost  Voltage  

 

Float  Voltage  

 

Boost  Return  Voltage  

 

Low  Voltage  Reconnect  

 

Under  Voltage  Recover  

 

Under  Voltage  Warning  

 

Low  Voltage  Disconnect  

 

Discharging  Limit  Voltage  

 

Default

 

14.2V;  x2/24V   14.4V;  x2/24V   14.6V;  x2/24V  

Max

 

Min

 

15V;  x2/24V   15V;  x2/24V  

13.8V;  x2/24V   13.8V;  x2/24V  

15V;  x2/24V  

13.8V;  x2/24V  

Default

 

13.8V;  x2/24V   13.8V;  x2/24V   13.8V;  x2/24V  

Max

 

Min

 

14.2V;  x2/24V   14.2V;  x2/24V  

13.2V;  x2/24V   13.2V;  x2/24V  

14.2V;  x2/24V  

13.2V;  x2/24V  

Default

 

13.2V;  x2/24V   13.2V;  x2/24V   13.2V;  x2/24V  

Max

 

13.5V;  x2/24V   13.5V;  x2/24V   13.5V;  x2/24V  

Min

 

12.7V;  x2/24V   12.7V;  x2/24V   12.7V;  x2/24V  

Default

 

13.2V;  x2/24V   13.2V;  x2/24V   13.2V;  x2/24V  

Max

Min

 

 

13.5V;  x2/24V   13.5V;  x2/24V  

12.7V;  x2/24V   12.7V;  x2/24V  

13.5V;  x2/24V  

12.7V;  x2/24V  

Default

 

12.2V;  x2/24V   12.2V;  x2/24V   12.2V;  x2/24V  

Max

 

Min

 

12.6V;  x2/24V   12.6V;  x2/24V  

11.8V;  x2/24V   11.8V;  x2/24V  

12.6V;  x2/24V  

11.8V;  x2/24V  

Default

 

12.0V;  x2/24V   12.0V;  x2/24V   12.0V;  x2/24V  

Max

 

Min

 

12.4V;  x2/24V   12.4V;  x2/24V  

11.6V;  x2/24V   11.6V;  x2/24V  

12.4V;  x2/24V  

11.6V;  x2/24V  

Default

 

11.1V;  x2/24V   11.1V;  x2/24V   11.1V;  x2/24V  

Max

 

11.8V;  x2/24V   11.8V;  x2/24V   11.8V;  x2/24V  

Min

 

10.5V;  x2/24V   10.5V;  x2/24V   10.5V;  x2/24V  

Default

 

10.8V;  x2/24V   10.8V;  x2/24V   10.8V;  x2/24V  

Max

 

11V;  x2/24V   11V;  x2/24V   11V;  x2/24V  

Min

 

10.5V;  x2/24V   10.5V;  x2/24V   10.5V;  x2/24V  

N/A  

N/A  

N/A  

2  hours  

2  hours  

2  hours  

2  hours  

2  hours  

Equalize  Duration  

Boost  Duration  

 

Table  5  Continued  

Threshold  Voltage  

Description  

NTTV  (Night  Time  Threshold  Voltage)  

DTTV  (Day  Time  Threshold  Voltage)  

Default  

Max  

Min  

Default  

Max  

Min  

Parameter  

5V;  x2/24V  

10V;  x2/24V  

1V;  x2/24V  

6V;  x2/24V  

10V;  x2/24V  

1V;  x2/24V  

Table  6  Threshold  Voltages  

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Temperature  Compensation  

Temperature  Compensation  Coefficient  

(TEMPCO)*  

Description  

Default  

Max  

Min  

Table  7  Temperature  Compensation  

*Compensation  of  equalize,  boost,  float  and  low  voltage  disconnect  voltage  

Parameter  

-­‐3mV/°C/2V  (25°C  ref)  

0mV/°C/2V  

-­‐9mV/°C/2V  

Environmental  Parameters  

Environmental  

Working  Temperature  Range  

Storage  Temperature  Range  

Enclosure  

Table  8  Environmental  Parameters  

Mechanical  Parameters  

Parameter  

-­‐35  °C  to  +55  °C  (-­‐31  °F  to  +131  °F)  

-­‐35  °C  to  +80  °C  (-­‐31  °F  to  +176  °F)  

IP30  

Mechanical  

Terminal  

Weight    

Table  9  Mechanical  Parameters  

Parameter  

VS1024N:  4  mm

2

 (up  to  #12  AWG)  

VS1024N:  0.44  lbs.  

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Warranty  

By  acquiring  the  products  of  RNG  Group  Inc.  ("Renogy"),  you  have  purchased  quality.  As   a  sign  of  confidence  in  this  quality,  we  are  pleased  to  grant  you  the  following  warranties   and  guarantees  for  our  photovoltaic  products.  

LIMITED  WARRATNY:  

Renogy  warrants  this  product  will  be  free  from  defects  in  material   and  manufacturer  for  the  following  periods  from  the  date  of  purchase:  

Five  (5)  years  on  the  solar  panel  

Two  (2)  years  on  charge  controller  

One  (1)  year  on  the  rest  of  the  kit  components  

This  warranty  extends  only  to  the  original  purchaser.  The  Customer’s  sole  and  exclusive   remedy  and  the  entire  liability  of  Renogy,  its  suppliers  and  affiliates  for  breach  of  the   warranty  is,  either  to  replace  the  Product  or  component  parts  or  to  refund  the  purchase   price  of  the  Product.  This  warranty  does  not  cover  labor.  Repaired  or  replaced  products   are   warranted   for   the   remainder   of   the   original   warranty   period   only.   No   employee,   agent,  dealer  or  other  person  is  authorized  to  give  any  warranties  on  behalf  of  Renogy   not  expressly  set  forth  in  this  limited  warranty.  

The   warranty   does   not   cover   failures   result   from   incorrect   handling,   product   modifications,   installation,   conversion   or   additions,   supplements,   operation,   natural   elements,  excessive  or  deficient  energy  supply,  chemicals,  the  effect  of  solid  bodies  or   deliberate  damage.  If  Renogy  determines  that  the  problem  with  the  Product  is  not  due   to  a  manufacturing  defect  in  Renogy’s  workmanship  or  materials,  or  otherwise  does  not   qualify   for   warranty   repair,   then   the   Customer   will   be   responsible   for   the   costs   of   all   necessary  repairs  and  expenses  incurred  by  Renogy.  

The  warranty  shall  be  asserted  with  Renogy  in  writing  enclosing  a  copy  of  the  invoice   and  a  description  of  the  defect/loss  of  performance  within  the  warranty  period.  Renogy   shall  accept  no  returns  of  modules  without  the  previous  written  request  for  this.  Within   five  (5)  business  days  of  the  date  of  notification,  Renogy  will  provide  the  Customer  with   an   RMA   number   and   the   location   to   which   the   Customer   must   return   the   defective  

Product.  Any  Product  returned  for  warranty  service  shall  be  shipped  at  the  expense  and   risk  of  the  Customer.  The  Customer  must  return  the  entire  Product  (or,  if  authorized  by  

Renogy,  the  defective  component  parts),  within  fifteen  (15)  days  after  issuance  of  the  

RMA  number.  Renogy  will  be  under  no  obligation  to  accept  any  returned  Product  that   does   not   have   a   valid   RMA   number.   All   parts   that   Renogy   replaces   shall   become  

Renogy’s  property  on  the  date  Renogy  ships  the  repaired  Product  or  part  back  to  the  

Customer.  Renogy  will  use  all  reasonable  efforts  within  thirty  (30)  days  of  receipt  of  the   defective  Product  to  repair  or  replace  such  Product.  If  a  warranty  claim  is  invalid  for  any   reason,   the   Customer   will   be   charged   at   Renogy’s   then-­‐current   rates   for   services  

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  performed   and   will   be   charged   for   all   necessary   repairs   and   expense   incurred   by  

Renogy.  If  Renogy  determines  that  a  warranty  claim  is  valid,  it  will  ship  the  repaired  or   replaced  Product  to  Customer  at  Renogy’s  cost.  

RENOGY   MAKES   NO   OTHER   WARRANTIES   OR   CONDITIONS,   EXPRESS   OR   IMPLIED,  

INCLUDING,   BUT   NOT   LIMITED   TO,   ANY   IMPLIED   WARRANTY   OR   CONDITION   OF  

MERCHANTABILITY   OR   FITNESS   FOR   A   PARTICULAR   PURPOSE   OR   ANY   IMPLIED  

WARRANTY  OR  CONDITION  ARISING  OUT  OF  A  COURSE  OF  DEALING,  CUSTOMER  OR  

USAGE  OF  TRADE.    

LIMITATION  OF  LIABILITY  

UNDER  NO  CIRCUMSTANCES  WILL  RENOGY  OR  ITS  AFFILIATES  OR  SUPPLIERS  BE  LIABLE  

OR  RESPONSIBLE  FOR  ANY  LOSS  OF  USE,  INTERRUPTION  OF  BUSINESS,  LOST  PROFITS,  

LOST   DATA,   OR   INDIRECT,   SPECIAL,   INCIDENTAL,   OR   CONSEQUENTIAL   DAMAGES   OF  

ANY   KIND   REGARDLESS   OF   THE   FORM   OF   ACTION,   WHETHER   IN   CONTRACT,   TORT  

(INCLUDING  NEGLIGENCE),  STRICT  LIABILITY  OR  OTHERWISE,  EVEN  IF  RENOGY  OR  ITS  

AFFILIATE  OR  SUPPLIER  HAS  BEEN  ADVISED  OF  THE  POSSIBILITY  OF  SUCH  DAMAGE.  

 

Some   states   do   not   allow   the   exclusion   or   limitation   of   incidental   or   consequential   damages,  so  these  limitations  may  not  apply  to  you.  Neither  Renogy  nor  its  affiliates  or   suppliers   will   be   held   liable   or   responsible   for   any   damage   or   loss   to   any   items   or   products   connected   to,   powered   by   or   otherwise   attached   to   the   Product.   The   total   cumulative  liability  to  Customer,  from  all  causes  of  action  and  all  theories  of  liability,  will   be  limited  to  and  will  not  exceed  the  purchase  price  of  the  Product  paid  by  Customer.  

This  warranty  gives  you  specific  legal  rights  and  you  may  also  have  other  legal  rights  that   vary  from  state  to  state.  

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