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A specialized AC cable harness has been jointly developed and designed by ArrayPower and Phoenix Contact using ArrayPower’s Sequenced Inverter technology. Silicon Valley-based electronics company ArrayPower’s sequenced inverter is paired with a solar module to convert the DC power produced by solar cells into grid-ready, three-phase AC power. Featuring an integrated “one-click” connector, the outdoor-rated cable harness has been designed to facilitate power transfer to the electrical grid, enabling faster, safer and more flexible solar installations.
In April this year, German project developer juwi, used 36kW, 154-module sequenced inverters from ArrayPower to find they demonstrated higher energy harvest compared to conventional string inverters.
“Teaming with a highly-experienced engineering and manufacturing firm was a vital stepping stone to further optimize our PV system design flexibility and installation ease,” said Wendy Arienzo, CEO of ArrayPower. “Solar integrators and system owners will immediately recognize the value of the sequenced inverter’s simplified design, which allows them to connect PV systems to the grid with the hassle-free connection of one AC cable.”
The sequenced inverter is designed to meet the unique needs of the commercial-scale solar market. The technology is integrated into module customers’ products during the manufacturing process, fostering cost reductions across the solar value chain. The invertors are backed by a 25-year warranty.
“Thanks in part to our custom-tailored cable harness design, sequenced inverter-equipped PV systems enable a new level of simplicity and safety for solar integrators – benefits that are crucial at the commercial scale,” said Mike Peppler, director of the device connection regional business unit with Phoenix Contact. “Working alongside a true innovator like ArrayPower is an exceptional opportunity to apply our design and engineering expertise to support the acceleration of global solar energy adoption.”