New Product Release: IronRidge CAMO End Clamps: It hides rails.
CAMO secures solar modules flush to rail ends.
-Works with 99% of panels.
-UL-listed and structurally certified for nearly all loading conditions.
-Single-piece design (no loose parts).
-Linear bonding pins.
-Fast and easy, tool-free installs.
IronRidge CAMO End Clamps Video
Solar, Sleeker Than Ever
Most solar installations use mounting rails and fasteners to secure modules to the building structure, but these critical components often protrude from the sides of the modules, giving arrays a coarse look.
CAMO is an invisible fastener that secures solar modules flush to rail ends, creating a clean, sleek appearance. CAMO works with nearly all solar modules and installs without tools or torque specifications. It simply rotates into place to structurally secure and electrically bond with the module.
CAMO’s unique design allows for a completely tool-less installation. Simply slide CAMO into the rail track and rotate the ergonomic handle 90 degrees to lock onto the module frame. It’s that easy.
Certified to comply with International Building Code, ASCE/SEI-7, and UL 2703 Mechanical and Bonding Requirements.
CAMO conforms to STD UL 2703 (2015) requirements and fits modules with bottom flanges that meet specifications shown in the frame compatibility diagram on the left.
Hides rails under modules
One SKU for all modules
No tools. No torque specs.
Easy, Tool-Less Installation
A. PLACE CAMO
Slide CAMO into rail track far enough to clear the
module frame. CAMO requires 6” of clearance from
end of rail.
B. PLACE MODULE
Place module on rails and align flush with rail ends
(module cells not shown in image to provide clarity).
The module can overhang the rail no more than 1/4”.
C. SLIDE CAMO
Pull CAMO towards rail end, at a 45 degree angle, so
linear bonding pin contacts the module flange edge.
D. SECURE CAMO
Rotate handle with an upwards motion until CAMO
snaps into rail track. Ensure CAMO bonding pins are
fully seated on top of module frame.
CAMO Install Manual
CAMO Tech Brief