Application fee 60 dollars

Send to: Tom Smith Inspections LLC 2740 Otto Court

Green Bay WI 54313

Text or call 920-655-1735 

Please provide the following information in the form of your choice. 

Address where installed.

Municipality ——-What town, village or city and county ?

NOTE: If you are installing a ground installation in Oconto County WI .... A County Land Use /Zoning permit is required if the panels exceed eighty square feet or are over eight feet high. I will need that permit number prior to issue of local permit. For more information contact their office. Contact Gabe Moody 920-834-6827

Owner Name, - mailing address if different from installation site, - phone number. Installer business name, address and contact information.

Estimated installation date.

Do system components have Wisconsin Seal of Quality? ( Ref : SPS 371.07 )

                                                        Note ...Not having this Seal of Quaility does not keep you from using that component.

1. Site plan: A site plan showing the location of the home and where PV system components on the property will be located. Ground mount solar may need Zoning permit, check Municipal Ordinance.

2. Provide a statement of your structural analysis for roof mounted systems. Should include your observations of existing roofing materials, design and condition of roof support under panels. The purpose of this evaluation is to have the installer confirm that the structure has been has been evaluated by them as suitable for the equipment and additional load as to not compromised the original roof design. Identify the type of the roof covering (shingles, metal, or tile) and how many layers of coverings there are.

  3. Mounting system: Provide information on the module mounting system and also the estimated weight dead load of components to be added on the roof.

  4. One-line diagram: A detailed one-line diagram is required and must show:

                    a. The type of PV system being installed (a single inverter system with one or more

                          modules connected in series, a micro inverter system, or an AC module system.

                   b. The exact number and layout of modules and how they are connected together (in


                  c. All wire types, all wire sizes, conduit types and sizes, the locations of all circuits and components on or in the house; and the ratings of all 

                       f uses or breakers.

                   d. Also note where the PV system will back feed to home or accessory building electrical service panel and give the location and descriptive 

                        information for the panel.                                                

5. Module spec sheets: Provide the module manufacturer’s specification sheet that describes modules design or where information is available on line.

                  a. Maximum Power (Pmax),

                  b. Max Power volts (Vmp),

                   c. Max Power Current (Imp), d. Open Circuit Voltage (Voc), e. Short Circuit Current (Isc)

6. Inverter spec sheets: Provide the inverter manufacturer’s spec sheets showing the total watts and volts the inverter can safely handle, and also noting what the inverter’s maximum rated AC output amps and voltage.

7. Total array power: Provide the total amount of watts, amps, volts, open circuit voltage (Voc at the coldest possible outside temperature-see NEC 690.7, and short circuit current that the array can produce.

8. Energy storage components: Provide information on energy storage components if used in the system and how they are to be installed. Also show how all equipment is listed and rated for the type of voltage (AC or DC), amount of voltage, and the amount of current that it could be subjected to. 

9. Identify utility serving owner property.... Identify if there is going to be an interconnect with them. Note: Prior to requesting inspection be sure to have installed required system labels.

REF: Codes Commercial buildings 2015 IBC, IEBC. Residential SPS 320-325. Electric NEC SPS 316 & NEC 2017, SPS 371 Solar Energy Systems.