Ginlong’s new string inverters improve energy transfer smartly and safely

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The Solis-HV high voltage three phase series adopt four MPPT algorithm to ensure the high energy-transfer efficiency. Image: Ginlong

Ginlong Corporation has launched new high performing, safe and smart PV inverters, both for single and three phase applications, the Solis 4G and Solis HV series.

Problem

With large-scale development of distributed generation increasing, ensuring the efficient operation, smooth energy transfer, reliability and smart-control has been at the forefront of the latest PV inverter model design requirements.

Solution

The Solis-4G single-phase series with high switch frequency technology makes the inverter smaller and smarter. Single-board design reduces the risks caused by the connectors between the PCB board and the ultra-wide input voltage range reduces temperature increases, improving life-time reliability of the inverter. The latest generation components from international suppliers increase performance and efficiency throughout. The Solis-HV high voltage three phase series adopt four MPPT algorithm to ensure the high energy-transfer efficiency. Anti-resonance technology enables the connection of 6M+ inverters in parallel. With advance commercial site monitoring solutions, improved design and intelligent internal air circulation the max efficiency is over 99% and the THD is lower than 3%, according to the company.

Applications

Full range from domestic 1kW installations through to 50MW++ utility connections.

Platform

Models comply with AS4777.2:2015, with multiple fault protections levels. 
Both the Solis-4G and Solis-HV series have RS485, WiFi/GPRS and Ethernet interface available.

Availability

April 2017, onwards. 

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