The transformerless SOLPLUS 60 2P and SOLPLUS 80 2P inverters fulfill customers desire for small, multi-phase inverters according to the company. Each phase has its own MPP tracker making it possible to assign modules individually and efficiently to each phase. This means that different combinations of shadowing conditions and roof pitches can be combined in just one inverter as the company states. The inverters are capable of feeding into the grid, and when combined with Solutronics DE-ICING BOX 2P, can generate optimum yields even during the winter period. Both the inverters are protected by an IP65 enclosure.
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