Cables in solar installations need to be managed for code compliance. Traditional conduit requires cables to be sized larger which costs more money. Snake Tray’s patented open architectural design allows the cables to be securely managed while allowing for proper airflow so cables can operate at full capacity.
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Managing the wires that carry solar power from modules to inverters may be a small fraction of the cost of building large-scale projects, but taking the time to choose the right solution can pay dividends. Manufacturers are quickly engineering wire management solutions that fit with the latest racking, tracking and module developments. “There’s lots of… [Read More]
Trenching to bury cable and wires on a large-scale, ground-mount solar array is generally easy enough. You dig a trench, lay the cable, fill the dirt back in. But trenching comes with its disadvantages. One, it’s dirty. Two, what if you hit rock? Three, those divots love to fill with water and make a muddy… [Read More]
Solar has survived what many houses and cables could not. Snake Tray reports the company’s rooftop solar array with Solar Snake Tray Cable Trays and Racks sustained no damage and is fully operational even after experiencing Irene’s heavy rain, winds, and gusts clocked at 91 miles per hour. The entire solar system is safe and secure and… [Read More]