From pv magazine India
Chennai-based Fenice Energy has unveiled new microinverters for residential and commercial solar installations.
The XT36 3-phase microinverter for commercial PV installations provides an output of up to 3,600 VA. A single unit connects to eight high-power modules.
With a maximum input current of 20A, the XT36 is designed to match solar modules with power output from 315 Wp to 670 Wp+. The peak efficiency is 97%, and the nominal MPPT efficiency is 99.9%.
Reactive power control allows better management of photovoltaic power spikes in the grid. The XT36 measures 359 mm x 273 mm x 56 mm and weighs 7 kg.
The YS18 single-phase microinverter for residential solar installations provides an AC output power of up to 1,800 VA. It connects to four solar power modules (2×2 in series). With a maximum input current of 20 A, it is also engineered to match modules up to 670 Wp+.
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The peak efficiency is 97%, and the nominal MPPT efficiency is 99.5%. The YS18 measures 284 mm x 234 mm x 50.2 mm and weighs 4.3 kg.
The components in both XT36 and YS18 micro-inverters are encapsulated with silicone to reduce stress on electronics, facilitate thermal dissipation, enhance waterproof properties, and ensure maximum reliability of the system.
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Source: pv magazine