Zeversolar extends string inverter portfolio

Zeversolar, the China-based inverter specialist owned by Germany’s SMA, has announced that it is extending its portfolio of string inverters with the launch of three new products under the Zeverlution string inverter series.

Soon to be launched into the U.K., Thailand, Taiwan and China, Zeversolar’s new string inverters have nominal powers of 3.68, 4 and 5 kilowatts, making them ideal for the growing residential sectors of the markets that the company has identified.

Additional countries will be allocated for distribution later in 2016, the company confirmed.

The higher power output produced by all three inverters means that they can be installed atop larger rooftop systems, and each string inverter has two MPP trackers rather than one, which enables greater installation flexibility without limiting yield. Zerversolar claims that each inverter offers efficiencies of up to 97.2%.

Another feature cited by the company is the inverters’ ability to perform at high altitudes. The Zeverlution 3680, 4000 and 5000 inverters can each deliver high power output at 3,000 meters without derating.

Further features including low noise emissions (less than 25 decibels), compact and lightweight design with IP65 casing, and around a 40% reduction in the number of power electronic components required.