The power router


Two independent MPP trackers with wide input range allow maximum installation flexibility and revenues. Generated solar energy is directly used for the connected loads. The surplus of generated solar energy is stored in the connected batteries instead of feeding it back to the grid.

At times when generated solar energy is not sufficient to supply the loads, solar energy that is stored in batteries will be used to continue supplying the connected loads. Only when the batteries are fully charged and no energy is required, solar energy will be supplied to the grid against the (lower) feed-in tariff. When no solar energy is available and the batteries are empty, loads continue to be energized using energy from the grid.

The patented Power Backbone technology of Nedap’s PowerRouter allows energy sources, storage media and loads to interchange energy and data within one product without excessive power, external devices or the hassle of a data cable. Direct input of solar power is converted and routed in relation to the supply and demand of energy resulting in an efficient, easy-to-use solution.