The Aurora 300 microinverter allows the control of the panels output individually and offers Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) for each single module. Additionally, its new Optimizer line has DC-to-DC technology to help maximize the energy harvested from solar installations.
Power optimizers like the AURORA OPTI-0.3 complement all Power-One Aurora inverters as they optimize the energy harvested from each module in an array as the company states. The Aurora Ultra-1400 is the largest solar power inverter in the Aurora line and it is designed with large utility-grade installations in mind.
Power conversion efficiencies of up to 98.5 percents are offered, combined with high-speed MPPT channels. It helps optimize energy harvesting across a wide array of operating conditions. Up to four independent MPPT input channels offer maximum flexibility and energy harvesting as the company states.
This very large inverter system significantly reduces on-site wiring and testing for large utility scale installations, according to the company.
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