After years of in-depth research and development in the micro-inverter market, our micro-inverters have gained the trust and favor of our customers. Currently, our company offers two main micro-inverter models: 800W and 2000W. These models are designed with a one-to-two and one-to-four configuration, respectively. They are lightweight, compact, and designed for low-voltage applications with a maximum DC voltage of 60V. Our micro-inverters feature an IP67 fully encapsulated design, have a 25-year design life, and hold certifications such as EC62109, 61000, and VDE4105. They are perfectly suited for rooftop or balcony solar power systems, catering to the electricity needs of homes, offices, small shops, and more.
From a hardware perspective, our micro-inverters use Panasonic relays and microchip chips, with components sourced from internationally renowned brands. The internal wiring layout is aesthetically pleasing and highly practical.
From a software perspective, our micro-inverters have an MPPT response time of less than 1ms, surpassing most brands on the market. They incorporate multiple protection mechanisms, including overcurrent protection, grid voltage fluctuation protection, reverse connection protection, short-circuit protection, and more. Additionally, these micro-inverters come with built-in intelligent monitoring and communication systems for user convenience.
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Microinverter is a small DC-to-AC power inverter system that allows independent MPPT control of each solar panel. That is, every solar panel module will have its small power inverter system called a Microinverter. Judging from the development history of microinverters, microinverters can be divided into one-to-one, one-to-two, one-to-three, one-to-four, one-to-six, etc. Taking one-to-one as an example, it means one microinverter can only connect one solar panel.
This is an innovative technology that has revolutionized the solar power generation industry. It offers flexibility and stable performance in most systems due to the “self-contained” power system design.
Recently, these solar power inverters have become popular due to:
- There is no single-point failure in the solar power generation plant. Unlike in string inverters where failure in one part can shut down the entire system.
- They can operate in off-grid or grid-tied modes. Therefore, you may decide to use the power or sell the surplus to the utility grid.
- Choosing inverters with features to optimize output can improve the overall power efficiency.
- In case of any energy drop in a single solar panel, others will produce optimal energy. Therefore, each solar panel works independently.
- Wiring these power inverter systems is easier.
- It allows for easy solar power generation expansion without interfering with the entire solar power system structure.
Even if you choose one of these solar inverters, it is worth noting that the initial cost can be high. Of course, this is due to the fact that microinverters are more efficient in all aspects of performance and efficiency.
In addition, microinverters are usually suitable for some smaller energy systems and are not suitable for large-scale projects due to their output power limitations.
There is a fundamental difference between microinverter and string system circuits. The microinverter is a parallel circuit design and the string system circuit is a series circuit design.The main difference between the two is the type of connection.
First of all, they have different operating voltages. In a microinverter system, there is no DC voltage superposition, and the DC voltage does not exceed 120 V. In a string system, the cumulative voltage of the whole string line can reach 600 V-1500 V.
Secondly, the power generation efficiency is different. In the microinverter system, each module has an independent MPPT, and its power generation does not affect each other. In a string system, access to single or multiple “strings”, the power generation of a single solar module will affect the power generation of the whole string of modules.
By controlling the output of one solar panel module, you use them to:
Power Household or Office Equipment
Simply connect the AC output from the inverter to power equipment in your office or home. However, just ensure it works within the recommended voltage range.
Inject Power into the Grid
With the help of these inverters, you can sell the electricity you generate to the power company and get additional income in return. Here, they act as grid-tied solar inverters.
Compared with other inverters, microinverters are smaller in size and more compact in design, which can help users achieve energy self-sufficiency in a limited space.They are versatile, and reliable making them perfect for most solar power generation systems.
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