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Solis 4.6kW 5G Dual MPPT - Single Phase


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Single Phase 4.6kW Grid Tie Inverter

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Solis 5G

  •  Muti-working mode fully compatible with new AS4777.2:2015 standard
  •  Easy installation: Integrate with export power control function and DRM function.
  •  Max. Efficiency over 97.8% European efficiency over 97.1%
  •  Ultra wide input voltage range
  •  Dual MPPT design with precise MPPT algorithm
  •  Maximum string input current 12.5A
  •  Export Limitation built in - Requires CT clamp (sold separately) 


questions Joe on 15/09/2019

Does it need batteries to work?


Hi Joe. Grid tie inverters don't use batteries, they just produce electricity which must be used in real time.

questions Michael on 04/09/2019

Hi There, I'm interested in this product. Please confirm the MPPT's are integral in the inverter? What is the warranty period? Can it work with both solar panels and wind turbines? How much is the app/equipment needed for me to be able to remotely view and monitor the system performance? What data does it record for me to monitor? Do you have to do the installation or can it be done by any electrician? What surge protectors or other safety devices do I need to protect it from damage? Kind Regards, Michael


Hi Michael
Yes, the MPPT's are integral. The warranty is a 5-year manufacturers warranty. It is designed to work with solar panels not wind turbines. To remotely view data you need a WIFI connection and you need to buy the WIFI stick (available here:
It records a range of data to numerous to cover here, but at a minimum gives live and historical power production information. The free monitoring app can be found here:
It can be installed by an electrician. Surge protection on the DC side can be quoted on. All AC side requirements can be addressed by an electrician.

questions Lambert Otto on 01/06/2019

Can I use this Inverter in an off-grid PV solar panel configuration, with battery back-up?

Hi Lambert, no you can't. It is purely a grid tie inverter and as such has no ability to accept batteries.

questions Jacques on 07/03/2019

Max panels that I can use on this inverter? how many units will it produce per day with max panels?


Hi Jacques
You would ideally install around 5500W worth of panels on this inverter. The units it will produce will vary according to the direction they face the angle they are installed at, the temperature under which they operate, the time of year, the location of the installation, etc. As a VERY rough guide, you can expect to make around 20-30 Units per day with 5.5kW of panels

questions Riaan Louw on 24/02/2019

Can you use this in conjunction with the 5kw off-grid kit if so what accessories do you need?


Hi Riaan, while they can both work independently on the same household grid, they will need separate panels.
For this reason, you can but a hybrid inverter that does both grid ti and backup.
You can find one here:

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