Solar Accessory

Solar label kits are packages or sets of labels designed for use in solar energy systems. These solar label kits contain various printed labels that give essential information about a system’s components, safety instructions, regulatory compliance, and electrical specifications.

These solar label kits help make sure that the system is operated, maintained, and installed safely in accordance with industry standards.

Solar label kits usually include labels for solar panels, disconnect switches, inverters, combiner boxes, electrical enclosures, conduits, and other components usually found in solar installation.


Each label in a solar label kit has a specific purpose and provides essential details. These labels are also available in one package to ensure consistency.

JH Market offers high-quality solar label kits that meet Australian standards. The JinHang Solar Label Kit contains the following labels:

    1x In Ceiling space or accessible floor space Solar d.c sign

    1x In Ceiling space or accessible floor space Solar Warning Hazardous D.C Voltage

    4 x Disconnection Points, with cable ties

    1 x Main Switch Grid Supply

    1 x Main Switch Inverter Supply

    2 x PV Array D.C. Isolator

    1 x Inverter A.C. Isolator

    1 x Solar Array on Roof

    1 x Warning Multiple Supplies

    1 x Shutdown Procedure

    1 x Hazardous DC Supply

    1 x Multiple DC Sources

    1 x PV Green Reflective Fire Sign 100mm

    1 x Inverter Location

    1 x Warning - PV Array Cabling

    2 x Warning - PV String Disconnection Point

There are also different solar accessories available that can improve the performance, convenience, and functionality of solar energy systems.

Here are some commonly used solar accessories:

Solar Charge Controllers: These types of solar accessories regulate the flow of electricity from solar panels to batteries, ensuring optimal charging and preventing overcharging or damage to the batteries. These devices come in different types, including PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) and MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) controllers.

Solar Batteries: A solar battery is a type of solar accessory that store excess electricity generated by solar panels for later use, for instance, during periods of low sunlight or nighttime. These solar batteries also provide backup power in case of power outages.

Solar Panel Mounting Systems: This type of solar accessory is a system that includes racks, brackets, or frames used to securely mount solar panels on roofs, ground mounts, or other structures. These mounting systems give proper positioning and stability to the panels.

Solar Tracking Systems: These systems automatically adjust the position of solar panels following the sun's movement throughout the day. This movement maximizes the amount of sunlight captured and increases energy production.

Solar Monitoring Systems: These solar accessories provide real-time monitoring and data logging of solar system performance. They allow users to track energy production, identify potential issues, and optimize system efficiency.

Solar Panel Cleaning Kits: These kits usually include cleaning brushes, squeegees, and cleaning solutions created specifically for cleaning solar panels. Regularly cleaning solar panels helps maintain optimal performance by removing dirt, dust, and debris.

Solar Cables and Connectors: These solar accessories include specialized cables and connectors designed for solar applications, providing efficient and safe electrical connections between solar panels, inverters, batteries, and other components.

Solar System Energy Meters: These meters track and show the electricity produced by solar panels, giving information on their power generation, consumption, and system performance.

Solar Lighting: Solar-powered lights, like outdoor garden lights and portable lanterns, use photovoltaic technology to gather solar energy during the day and give illumination at night without needing external power sources.

Choosing the appropriate solar accessories depends on your specific needs, project, goals, and the size of your solar energy system.