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Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/02 Top-of-Pole Mount, 45" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/02A Top-of-Pole Mount, 55" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/03 Top-of-Pole Mount, 70" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/04 Top-of-Pole Mount, 90" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/04A Top-of-Pole Mount, 110" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/06LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 70" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/08 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 90" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/08LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 90" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/10 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 115" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/10LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 125" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/12 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 140" Support
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/12LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 140" Support

Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/02 Top-of-Pole Mount, 45
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/02 Top-of-Pole Mount, 45
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/02A Top-of-Pole Mount, 55
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/02A Top-of-Pole Mount, 55
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/03 Top-of-Pole Mount, 70
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/03 Top-of-Pole Mount, 70
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/04 Top-of-Pole Mount, 90
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/04 Top-of-Pole Mount, 90
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/04A Top-of-Pole Mount, 110
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/04A Top-of-Pole Mount, 110
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/06LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 70
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/06LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 70
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/08 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 90
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/08 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 90
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/08LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 90
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/08LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 90
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/10 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 115
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/10 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 115
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/10LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 125
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/10LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 125
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/12 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 140
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/12 Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 140
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/12LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 140
Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/12LL Top-of-Pole Mount, Double Tier, 140
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Model: UNI-TP/02 (TP/02) UNI-TP/02A (TP/02A) UNI-TP/03 (TP/03) UNI-TP/04 (TP/04) UNI-TP/04A (TP/04A) UNI-TP/06LL (TP/06LL) UNI-TP/08 (TP/08) UNI-TP/08LL (TP/08LL) UNI-TP/10 (TP/10) UNI-TP/10LL (TP/10LL) UNI-TP/12 (TP/12) UNI-TP/12LL (TP/12LL)
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TWOUNI-TP/12LL Tamarack Solar UNI-TP/12LL

Tamarack Solar Ironridge Side of Pole Mount


Tamarack Solar
Top of Pole
Solar Panel Mounts

Tamarack Solar Top of Pole Mounts are a very sturdy and straightforward pole mounting solution for small area solar PV needs. With it's user-adjustable angle settings, it can support installations in a wide range of locations. Schedule 40 pipe not included.


NOTE: See DOCUMENTS tab for Tamarack Solar Sizing Tool - for help selecting the correct mount for your application.

Specifications

  • 5052-H32 aluminum construction
  • Stainless steel fasteners
  • Withstands 50 psf (125 mph wind loads)
  • High-tensile strength
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Attractive brushed aluminum finish
  • Universal design - models to hold from 1-20 modules
  • Infinitely adjustable between 15-75 degrees
  • Precision hole positioning and alignment
  • Easy, rapid assembly
  • Well-illustrated instructions


  • Strong - Constructed from 5052-H32 aluminum with stainless steel fasteners, your modules are protected from damage in virtually all weather conditions, including extremes of wind, rain, ice, and snow. Using licensed engineers and destructive testing methods, these structures have been designed and proven to withstand 50 psf (125 mph wind loads) - significantly higher than industry standards.

  • Durable - Using punch/form construction methods, rather than extrusions, allows for the use of high tensile strength, and corrosion resistant materials. The structures will last the life of the PV modules they support, and beyond.

  • Versatile - IronRidge structures are universal, designed to hold modules from the major manufacturers. Different models are available to mount from one to twenty modules. All modules are infinitely adjustable over a wide range for precise positioning of the modules. Season adjustments can be done easily by one person.

  • Easily Assembled - Using CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) manufacturing methods assures precise hole location and alignment of each component. Conveniently packaged and labeled sub-assemblies, along with well-illustrated instructions make assembly rapid and straightforward.

  • Model UNI-TP/02 UNI-TP/02A UNI-TP/03 UNI-TP/04 UNI-TP/04A UNI-TP/06 UNI-TP/06LL*
    Module Width Up to 45" Up to 55" 3 Panels Combined Width Up to 70" 3 Panels Combined Width
    Up to 90"
    3 Panels Combined Width
    Up to 110"
    6 Panels (3 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 70" per row
    6 Panels (3 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 70" per row
    Pole Diameter 4" 4" 4" 4" 4" 6" 6"
    Model UNI-TP/08 UNI-TP/08LL* UNI-TP/10 UNI-TP/10LL* UNI-TP/12 UNI-TP/12LL*
    Module Width 8 Panels (4 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 90" per row
    8 Panels (4 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 90" per row
    10 Panels (5 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 115" per row
    10 Panels (5 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 125" per row
    12 Panels (6 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 140"
    12 Panels (6 per row) Combined Width
    Up to 140"
    Pole Diameter 6" 6" 6" 6" 6" 6"

    *The 'LL' versions have a longer cross rail, so they can hold larger modules.

    Tamarack Solar

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 4" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 4" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 4" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 4" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 4" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 6" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 6" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 6" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 6" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 6" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 6" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

Here are some tips from the altE staff

  • What size pole do I need for this mount?
    • You will need a 6" schedule 40 pipe.
  • True solar south and magnetic south vary depending on where you are on the globe. Be sure to orient your solar panel mounts as close to solar south as possible. To find out how far off your magnetic south is from solar south check out <a href="http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/struts/calcDeclination" target="_blank">NOAA's handy calculator</a>.

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