How it Works

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If you’re like me, when it comes to solar, it’s hard to understand everything. It has taken me a very long time to get a better understanding of how solar works. Watts, amps, volts, draw, charge, and so on were all things that I didn’t have a good understanding of.

That is one of the biggest reasons I wanted to design pre-built, easy to understand kits that people can simply purchase and know it will work.

Below I have added a couple of diagrams of how the Silver Kit and Gold Kit systems are setup with all the pieces connected together:

Silver Kit Diagram

The solar panels each have cabling attached to them already. Those short cables attach to a 3-way splitter. All the positives go to the positive splitter and all the negatives go to the negative splitter.

The 25ft cables then connect to the splitters. The positive red cable connects to the positive splitter and the negative black cable connects to the negative splitter. From there you go down all 25ft and connect the positive cable to the positive lead on the MC4 to Neutrik adapter. The same goes for the negative cable connecting to the negative lead on the MC4 to Neutrik adapter.

From there you simply plug in the Neutrik connection to the large port on the side of the Kodiak. And voila you are all connected and running.

Gold Kit Diagram

The solar panels each have cabling attached to them already. Those short cables attach to a 5-way splitter. The 2 outside panels will not reach the 5-way splitter without the provided 3ft MC4 cables. All the positives go to the positive splitter and all the negatives go to the negative splitter.

The 50ft cables then connect to the splitters. The positive red cable connects to the positive splitter and the negative black cable connects to the negative splitter. From there you go down all 50ft and connect the positive cable to the positive lead on the MC4 to Neutrik adapter. The same goes for the negative cable connecting to the negative lead on the MC4 to Neutrik adapter.

From there you simply plug in the Neutrik connection to the large port on the side of the Kodiak. And voila you are all connected and running.

As you can see in the diagrams it also shows how to add extra 12v batteries. Simply connect all the positives together in parallel and then connect that to the positive terminal on the side of the Kodiak. Same for the negatives, connect them all in parallel and then connect them to the negative terminal on the side of the Kodiak.

Adding extra batteries is one of the best things you can do for your Kodiak. It will not only extend the life of the Kodiak but it will also allow you to run more things for longer. It also does take longer to charge but this is why I always recommend getting the Gold Kit where possible. The Gold kit charges 200 watts per hour faster than the Silver Kit. That makes it a lot easier to charge up more batteries in one day and store more energy for when there’s no sun out.

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