星期四, 8月 5, 2021
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SolarEdge releases 120-kW inverter for commercial ground-mount solar projects

Source:SolarEdge

SolarEdge Technologies announced the launch of its new 120-kW Three Phase Inverter with Synergy Technology. Providing more power and higher profitability in ground mount PV installations, the new SE120K for 480-V grids maximizes energy production with up to 150% DC oversizing. The solution also includes built-in nighttime Potential Induced Degradation (PID) rectifier to avoid module performance degradation.

Reducing installation time as well as added costs, the new inverter introduces an innovative pre-commissioning feature allowing installers to fully and automatically validate system components from their smartphones before grid connection.

Designed to improve system uptime, the modular design is composed of independently working Synergy Units and controlled by a single management interface. Combining large capacity with ease of installation, the design is light enough for a two-person team to install.

For your use, please find a link to the product and installation images.

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