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SOL-3.6-MINI-4G

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All new Solis Mini 4G Inverter

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All new Solis Mini 4G Inverter 

Ultra low Startup Voltage  - 60V

  •   High switch frequency technology-Smaller, smarter
  •   DRM integrated fully comply with AS47772:2015
  •   Compact and lightweight visually pleasing for domestic environment
  •   50V-600V input voltage range- ultra low start-up
  •   Over 97.5% Max. efficiency
  •   Precise MPPT algorithm
  •   IP65 rated for external installation
  •   RS485 WiFi/GPRS (optional) interface
  •   WiFi monitoring available---iphone and android app available
  •   Multiple protection levels
  •   5 years standard warranty 20 years optional upgrade
  •   Export Limitation built in - Requires CT clamp (sold separately) - not G100 compliant

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  • Asked by Anti
    on 31/07/2019
    Is this product compatible with the Pylon US3000 3.5kWh Li-Ion Battery? If not which inverter are compatible with it?Regards Answer:
    Hi Anti, no it's not. This is a grid tie inverter and doesn't work with batteries. You need something like this: https://www.solar-shop.co.za/synapse-inverters/248-synapser-off-grid-5000va5000w-pure-sine-wave-solar-inverter-with-4500w-mppt.html
  • Asked by Johan Coetzee
    on 31/08/2019
    Hi, What is the difference between a Solis 3.6kW Mini 4G Single Tracker and a micro inverter? Answer:
    Hi Johan. They are both gridtie inverters. However there are several differences. The Solis is a single inverter that can take about 3 to 4kW of panels (eg. 10 x330Wp panels). All these panels will connect to the inverters' single MPPT. This works just fine as long as you have minimal shading on the panel array and they're all close to one another and pointing in the same direction. IF this is not the case, the worst performing panel will pull your entire array down to its level of performance. Each micro inverter take only two panels, but each panel has it's own dedicated MPPT. This means that each paenl will operate optimally and not be affected by any of the other panels in the array.

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