SolarEdge three-phase hybrid inverter
SolarEdge is bringing DC optimisation to the three-phase residential market in Australia with the introduction of a hybrid inverter that offers design flexibility.
With fewer, longer strings, the inverter addresses typical PV design restrictions, such as varying panel types and string lengths. Allowing for simple installation of large systems, the solution is said to reduce roof penetrations and allow for multiple orientations and tilts on the same string.
Supporting a simplified plug-and-play installation of the SolarEdge battery — when available — the hybrid inverter presents a single solution for both energy storage and on-grid PV. With easy future upgrades, such as battery storage and smart energy add-ons, the inverter further utilises excess energy production. For maximum system efficiency, the solution leverages additional power from DC oversizing up to 200% — because energy that would normally be lost in an AC-coupled solution will be redirected to a battery for optimised self-consumption and fast system ROI.
The product will be available in the 10, 8.25, 7 and 5 kW power range.
Phone: 1800 465 567
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