Kyocera Offers Pre-Packaged Solar Solutions

Kyocera Solar, Inc. and TESSCO Technologies Inc., yesterday announced the launch of a new web-based selection method for purchasing pre-sized Kyocera solar power systems for broadband and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) applications.

The Web-based selection method will reside on TESSCO’s website and will enable customers to purchase pre-packaged solar solutions designed for simplified and efficient installation.

“TESSCO has delivered an arena for Kyocera to sell pre-packaged broadband and SCADA solar power systems with purchasing ease for the end-user,” stated Rich Griswold, Kyocera Solar, Inc. industrial sales manager. “This online selection method will help customers realize how easy incorporating solar into communication applications can be.”

Kyocera and TESSCO announced a key distribution agreement between the two companies earlier this year, whereby TESSCO sells Kyocera solar power products through its various distribution channels in the areas of broadband and SCADA communications. Together, Kyocera and TESSCO have said they want to make the purchase and delivery process easier for customers in search of solar applications.

“TESSCO has delivered an arena for Kyocera to sell pre-packaged broadband and SCADA solar power systems with purchasing ease for the end-user,” stated Rich Griswold, Kyocera Solar, Inc. industrial sales manager. “This online selection method will help customers realize how easy incorporating solar into communication applications can be.”  

“Solar power systems are an ideal power source for communication applications as they provide an energy source that is impervious to blackouts and power failures—and solar power is a viable option for providing power to outdoor wireless networking equipment,” stated Rodger Hyle, power systems category manager for TESSCO. “Due to typical low power requirements, solar power is often more economical than trenching utility power and provides the freedom for Engineers to deploy wireless nodes where they can optimize network coverage.”

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