The PN-AP can power a wide range of standard pumps and makes a battery back-up unnecessary. Integrated MPP trackers ensure that the device finds the maximum power point of the solar generator at any time. The maximum efficiency of the new device is 97 percent. Phaesun will be showing the PN-AP inverter for the first time at the Intersolar Europe.
It is part of a turnkey solution that also includes solar modules, structures, a pump, a tank and cabling. The photovoltaic water pumping system was developed specifically for the operation in remote areas. It can be used for community drinking water supply, livestock breeding and agricultural irrigation. Phaesun will distribute the pump internationally.
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