The new solar inverter series can achieve maximum efficiency of 98.7% and a European efficiency rating of 98.5%. Its rated power ranges from 15 to 20kW.
The M100A Flex inverter.
Image: Delta
Taiwanese solar inverter maker Delta will unveil its new M100A Flex three-phase inverter at the Solar Solutions International 2022 event, which will take place on April 12-14 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The new devices have a power range of 15 to 250kW and can be used in residential and commercial rooftop PV projects.
The largest product has an efficiency of 98.7% and a European efficiency rating of 98.5% while the smallest device shows an efficiency of 98.3% and a European efficiency rating of 97.9%. Their input voltages range between 200 and 1,000 V DC.
The new products can operate at an ambient operating temperature comprised between -25 degrees Celsius and 60 degrees Celsius. They also feature IP66 protection and a cooling technique based on natural convection.
“The new M100A Flex inverter is highly efficient and offers advanced features such as arc fault detection, anti-PID function and built-in and replaceable AC and DC-side Type 2 surge protection devices,” said Michiel Klees, PVI BU Sales Manager Benelux, UK & Ireland. “It also offers maximum system engineering flexibility thanks to its 8 MPP trackers for up to 16 strings and wide input range.”
The solar inverter can be mounted on the floor or on a wall and comes with the new DeltaSolar 2.0 monitoring app for iOS and Android smartphones.
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Will it be available in India very soon?
I hope this will be affordable to the general public on instalment payment especially due to the current economic hardship being witnessed in the country.
This is a very good development in the world of solar power system today
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