Solis unveils sixth generation energy storage inverters at Intersolar Europe

By Ginlong Technologies
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Solis has showcased two revolutionary sixth generation energy storage inverters at Intersolar Europe 2022, the single phase S6-EH1P(3-6)K-L and the three phase S6-EH3P(5-10)K-H.

These newly launched products are the result of Solis’ in-depth analysis of market and customer demand and, with the expansion of its energy storage product portfolio, the company has reinforced its already strong foothold in the sector.

The inverters are highly flexible, safe, reliable and feature outstanding intelligent performance functions.

The S6-EH1P(3-6)K-L series ranges from 3K-6K and is designed for PV residential rooftop installations with multiple array orientations. It supports high-power solar panels of 182mm/210mm and the 6kW backup power supports more critical loads. Backup switching time is less than 10ms.

The inverter supports up to 10 units in parallel on Grid and Backup, which is suitable for small to medium level commercial energy storage systems. It also supports pure off-grid applications with generator communication support and is integrated with multiple protection and fault monitoring systems to ensure the safety of batteries and equipment.

The device is compatible with numerous brands of battery, giving customers multiple options.

The S6-EH3P(5-10)K-H series ranges from 5K-10K and is designed for residential PV energy storage systems. It is integrated with 2 to 4 MPPTs and, again, is suitable for residential rooftop installations with multiple array orientations.

The device supports unbalanced and half-wave loads on both grid and backup ports, also supporting up to 10 units in parallel on grid and backup, making it suitable for small to medium level commercial energy storage systems.

It supports pure off-grid applications with generator communication support and its UPS level switching time is less than 10ms. Additionally, its high PV charge efficiency helps to prevent excess PV loss.

The inverter is also compatible with numerous brands of battery, again giving customers multiple options.

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