Mounting Guide


If you would like a shortcut for reviewing where you can put clamps on WINAICO Modules, please Click Here.

For certain panel mounting we have developed some Do’s and Don’t for installation

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Orientation and Tilt Tables

We have generated a summary of performance for different mounting tilts and orientations for 5 of Australian Cities. Click to Review those Tables.

For the 5 chosen locations, you can calculate how close to max power your system will be for given orientations and tilts.




Siting Guidelines

A few guidelines around the requirements for solar installations:

  • Do not install in water or in areas experiencing constant spray (ie water fountains)
  • Do not expose to concentrated sunlight
  • Avoid locations in direct exposure to corrosive compounds
  • Avoid or minimise shading that can obscure the effectiveness of the array?
  • Ensure no naked flames will be present for your safety and the design capabilities of the modules.
  • Ensure that the panels will not exceed the designed temperature range for you panels (-40 C to 85 C)
Coffs Harbour Photo

Coastal Locations

WINAICO panels are tested for salt mist resistance so are suitable for seaside installation, not including marine platforms or areas with direct contact with salt water. 

As a rule of thumb, please see the following photo of beautiful Coffs Harbour:

Product Descriptions

A technical summary of our current range of products available

Clamping Zones

Short outline of the best places to clamp

Mounting Guide

Do’s and Don’t for installing a system

Wiring Guide

The correct way to wire up the panels into an array


Notice for risks for installing any solar panels. Please Read


How our warranty will protect you

Transport & Storage

Outlines our recommendations for getting the panels to site

Unpacking & Handling

Unboxing and working with your panels

Cleaning & Maintenance

All installed? This is what we recommend to get the most out of the panels