Sovello is showing Pure Power T modules that work at high voltage, thus adding high-voltage modules for small roof surfaces to its range of low-voltage modules for large ground-mounted solar installations.
These modules are said to be compatible with commercially available inverters for small installations. Sovello says yield is increased by an anti-reflective coating on the solar glass and a very good low-light characteristic.
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