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SunLink Corp. has unveiled the latest addition to its HomeRun combiner box family with the introduction of HomeRun LTE. The new HomeRun LTE boxes feature a lower price point and more compact enclosures than the company's other models.

"When an installer doesn't need advanced features like monitoring, compression-style lugs or 750 Kcmil outputs, HomeRun LTE is the perfect solution," says Daniel Sherwood, P.E., director of electrical products for SunLink. "The LTE boxes are easy to install, handle and mount, and are less expensive to ship than larger, more feature-robust boxes."

All HomeRun solar combiner boxes are ETL listed to UL 1741 and are made in the U.S., the company notes.



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