Grid-Connected Solar Microinverter
- Transformer-Less design and compact in size
- Ip65 Industrial protection class
- MPPT efficiency >99%
- Maximum efficiency >98%
- Minimum solar panal 250w/24v.
Why a Microinverter?
• Moving from centralized inverters to distributed inverters optimizes the energy harvest.
• Incorporating converters into the solar panel modules reduces installation costs.
• Improves system reliability from 5 to 20 years by reducing converter temperatures and removing fans.
• Replacing hard-switching techniques with soft switching improves efficiency and reduces heat dissipation.
• Standardized designs (hardware and software) improve reliability and reduce costs – from cottage industry to mass production.
• Eliminates electrolytic capacitors (due to high failure rate) – designs require higher voltages to reduce current, which allows use of lower capacitance non-electrolytic capacitors.
• Converters that are tied to the grid eliminate the need for batteries in many applications. Batteries are very expensive, require maintenance, and are
• Microinverters tend to be lower powered (only a few hundred watts), which tends to lower internal temperatures and improve reliability.
• Microinverter solar systems require many inverters to handle a specific power level – driving up production quantities, which reduces cost