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Tigo rapid shutdown device now compatible with 700-W modules

Source:Tigo Energy

Tigo Energy announced a new offering of the Tigo TS4-A-F rapid shutdown device (RSD) with fire safety support for solar modules up to 700 W.

Through the Tigo Enhanced program, Tigo customers and installers have the freedom to choose the right equipment for their solar projects through a simple plug-and-play model in combination with major inverter suppliers Chint Power Systems (CPS), Solectria, Sungrow, Canadian Solar and Growatt. Additionally, the new Tigo TS4-A-F RSD offers:

Plug-and-play support for all solar modules up to 700 W, and is rated for a maximum current of 15 A and a maximum voltage of 90 V

Compliance with NEC 2017 and 2020 690.12 Rapid Shutdown specifications when installed with the Tigo RSS Transmitter and PVRSS-certified inverter or an inverter with built-in Tigo certified transmitter

Reliable solutions matching other Tigo products, utilizing the same frame mounting features requiring only 10 seconds for installation

Industry standard MC4 connectors with an IP68 enclosure rating for maximum durability
The new high-power 700-W Tigo TS4-A-F RSD will be available for purchase directly and from Tigo channel partners starting on June 22, 2021.

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