The system increases power harvest by implementing localized MPPT at each module, monitors at the module level for additional operational efficiencies and improves system safety. Should problems occur, the software is able to identify and address them immediately. System analytics track performance relative to expectations and proactively suggest maintenance actions to keep the system operating at maximum production and uptime as the company states.
The MaxiManager console allows modules to be powered off individually for maintenance or safety in case of a fire hazard. The PV-Safe technology aids to provide safety for workers or fire fighters on a building with solar installations. The system allows for each module to be electrically removed from the high voltage DC cabling and this function can be activated with an onsite safety button or via the MaxiManager software. Information can also be shared in a user-friendly format with pictures and data.
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