Growatt’s next-gen residential PV inverter gains CEC certification

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The MIN-series PV inverters uses 'aerospace grade' flame-retardant lightweight materials, making it easy to carry and install. It's approximately 35% lighter than other common inverters and a 5kW Growatt MIN weighs about 10.8kg. Growatt

Growatt's next generation smart residential inverter, MIN2500-6000TL-X has been approved by Australia's Clean Energy Council (CEC) for installation under the Renewable Energy Certificate scheme. Certificates of the model in compliance with required safety standards have been examined and verified by CEC, which marks the official product launch of MIN-series for sales across the world.

Problem

Increasingly demanding requirements for the residential rooftop PV systems are being applied as market adoption grows. These requirements include the need to provide user friendly and robust products, while providing high-efficiency, ease of installation and greater safety features and protection.

Solution

The MIN-series PV inverters uses 'aerospace grade' flame-retardant lightweight materials, making it easy to carry and install. It's approximately 35% lighter than other common inverters and a 5kW Growatt MIN weighs about 10.8kg. It has a compact design and elegant appearance. Its OLED display with touch button is designed according to Australian consumers' preferences. Customers will have a better user experience with the touch button, which has a longer lifespan and can last for over three million clicks.

Applications

Residential PV systems.

Platform

Designed with the standard USB and RS485 interface, users can choose configuration options such as WiFi, GPRS, 4G etc. After setting up the USB + RF communication module, they can monitor the system and read power production and flow from smart devices by logging onto Growatt OSS (Online Smart Service) platform. Additionally, it has a high-efficiency of up to 98.4% and better protection for PV systems with type II SPD and optional AFCI.

Availability

Currently available. 
 

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