Micro inverters offer several advantages for gain solar power. This article explores the benefits of micro inverters, and their role in maximizing solar energy production.
Micro inverters are compact electronic devices. They convert the direct current (DC) output from solar panels into the alternating current (AC) required for powering devices and feeding electricity back into the grid.
SNJO micro inverters have 2 power types: 600W and 800W.
Module-Level MPP Trackers
Equipped with Module-Level maximum power point tracking (MPPT) micro -inverters, which can improve the efficiency of solar energy into electrical energy. These trackers allow each solar panel to operate independently, ensuring that the maximum power point (MPP) of each module is attained. Even if a photovoltaic board is blocked, it will not affect the daze of other photovoltaic boards. This can ensure that the solar system operates with its highest efficiency, thereby increasing energy output.
2 PV panels, IP65
The solar micro inverters support the connection of 2 PV panels. With IP67 protection, these micro inverters are immune to dust, moisture, and other environmental factors, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance.
Moreover, they employ stable WIFI communication capabilities, enabling monitoring and management of the solar energy system. The antenna can be folded and rotated at 360 °, flexibly adapts to the scene, and receives the signal better
Lower maintenance costs
In small usage scenarios below 6KW, the cost of microinverse is lower than that of string+shutdown, string+optimizer solutions. In the use scenarios of 6KW-11KW or even 11KW-16KW, comprehensive safety and practicality considerations, micro-inverse also has certain competitive advantages.
Remember, going solar is not just about harnessing sunlight, but doing it intelligently with cutting-edge technology. Solar micro inverters with MPPT capabilities pave the way for a greener and more efficient future.