Legion Solar Starter Set
Legion DIY Plug and Play Solar

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Legion Solar is scalable, do-it-yourself (DIY) solar solution that is easy to install and pays for itself 3x faster than traditional systems. Consumers can easily design a system that fits their unique budget, needs, and lifestyle.

  • Plug-and-Play - Simply plug Legion Solar into any standard outlet and begin sending power to your homes electric grid or hard wire your setup for a permanent installation.

  • Monitor your savings - The Legion Solar App allows you to monitor your system’s performance from anywhere!

  • Expand at any time - Legion Solar offers a flexible system that meets your current budget, needs, and lifestyle. When you're ready to upgrade to a bigger system, adding panels is easy.

Kit includes:
  • Two 100 watt high efficiency solar panels
  • One 260 watt micro-inverter
  • One SolarHub wifi iOT hardware for smartphone monitoring via app
  • Inverter mounting screws
  • Two T-harness
  • One straight harness
  • One harness B-plug adapter
  • Eight Z-brackets for DIY mounting, mounting screws, nuts, and washers
Price: $449.95
Sale Price: $399.95
Savings: $50.00

Product Code: 897346002894-897346002993

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Easy Install, Flexible Setup and Results on Day 1 May 31, 2017
Reviewer: James Lui from Los Angeles, CA United States  
The build quality is great and designed for 4-season durability. Being in LA, the most we have to usually deal with are occasional semi-high winds (to 75 mph.) I chose to plop my panels on top of an existing patio pergola, since we had an existing 15A breaker for a single light fixture and accessory power. After noting the various options for daisy chaining the panel sets together (end-to-end, side-to-side) I ended up with 14 panels on a 12x12 pergola surface (the last 2 mounted perpendicularly to the others - works fine.) With an unobstructed line-of-sight to the sun, I get about 8 hours of full-sun per day, and peak at about 1,000W (at 120.2VAC) or so. Cloudy days, you get less (usually around 3-400W.) Enough to keep us well under Tier-1 pricing, even this small setup is enough to have a 4-year breakeven (and I still have an extra 3 sets of panels to mount once I figure out which way I want to go - add to existing, or get another Starter Set and do a driveway-side 2nd installation.)

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