On-Grid solar inverter – three phase – medium power (12kW to 66kW)

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Output Power: 12kW, 15kW, 17kW, 20kW, 25kW, 30kW, 33kW, 35kW, 44kW, 55kW, 66kW, Customizable
DC input voltage: 1000V, 1100V
AC output voltage: 230V / 400V (320V ~ 460V), 220V / 380V (320V ~ 460V)
MPPT efficiency: 99.90%

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A grid-connected inverter is a special type of inverter which, in addition to converting direct current to alternating current, can synchronize the output alternating current with the frequency and phase of the mains power, so that the output alternating current can be returned to the mains. Grid-connected inverters are commonly used in applications where a DC voltage source (such as solar panels or small wind turbines) is connected to the grid.

The inverter converts the DC power source into AC power to be fed back into the grid. The output voltage of the grid-connected inverter needs to be at the same frequency as the grid frequency (50 or 60 Hz), which is usually achieved using an oscillator in the machine, and also limits the output voltage to not exceed the grid voltage. Modern, high-quality grid-connected inverters can have an output power factor of 1, which means that the output voltage and current are in the same phase and within 1 degree of each other. The inverter has a microprocessor that senses the AC waveform of the grid and generates the voltage to be fed back to the grid. However, a certain percentage of reactive power is required to keep the power from the nearby grid within the permitted limits, otherwise, if the proportion of renewable energy on the grid is high in a particular area, the voltage may rise too high at times of high-power output (e.g. midday).

In the event of a power cut to the grid, the grid-connected inverters need to be taken offline quickly to ensure that they do not provide power to the grid even when the grid is down, so that workers servicing the grid are not electrocuted.

Properly configured, grid-connected inverters can allow a household to use its own alternative energy source (e.g., solar) without the need for complicated wiring or batteries. If the alternative energy source is insufficient, the shortfall is still provided by electricity from the grid.


Rated output power 12kW 15kW 17kW 20kW 25kW 30kW 33kW 35kW 44kW 55kW 66kW 66kW
Maximum input power 14kW 18kW 19.5kW 22kW 28kW 33kW 36kW 38kW 55kW 66kW 72kW 77kW
Maximum input voltage 1000V 1100V
Starting voltage 200V 300V 200V
Minimum operating voltage 180V 280V 570V
MPPT Voltage Range 180V ~ 800V 280V ~ 800V 570V ~ 950V
Number of MPPT / Number of accessible strings per group 2/2 2/3 2/4 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/14
Maximum input current per MPPT group X number of MPPT 19A x 2 21A x 2 23A x 2 25A x 2 30A x 2 33A x 2 74A x 2 90A x 2 120A x 2
Maximum output current 19A 24A 27A 32A 40A 48A 64A 80A 96A
Rated output power 12kW 15kW 17kW 20kW 25kW 30kW 33kW 35kW 44kW 55kW 66kW 66kW
Output Voltage Range 230V / 400V ( 320V ~ 460V ), 220V / 380V ( 320V ~ 460V )
Grid frequency range 50Hz ( 47Hz ~ 51.5Hz ) / 60Hz ( 57Hz ~ 61.5Hz )
Power Factor  -0.8 ~ +0.8 ( Adjustable )
Harmonic distortion < 3% (Power Rating)
Rated grid voltage/frequency 230V / 400V; 220V / 380V, 3L + N+PE / 3L+PE, 50Hz / 60Hz 243V / 400V, 3L+N+PE/3L+PE, 50Hz/60Hz 230V / 400V, 3L + N + PE / 3L + PE, 50Hz / 60Hz
Maximum efficiency 98.20% 98.30% 98.40% 98.40% 98.50% 98.50% 98.50% 98.90% 99.00%
European Efficiency 97.60% 97.80% 98.00% 98.00% 98.00% 98.10% 98.10% 98.50%
MPPT efficiency 99.90%
Protection function DC switching, AC short circuit protection, AC output over-current protection, insulation impedance protection, surge protection, islanding protection, temperature protection, ground fault monitoring, etc.
Display LCD (Support backlight display)
LCD Language English / Chinese / German / Dutch / Polish
Communication method RS485 ( standard ) / WiFi / Ethernet (optional) RS485 ( standard ) / WiFi / Ethernet (optional) / PLC (optional)
Grid connection standard DIN VDE 0126-1-1:2013, VDE-AR-N 4105:2011, DIN VDE V 0124-100:2012, IEC 61727(IEC62116), AS/NZS 4777.2:2015, NB/T32004-2013, IEC60068-2-1:2007, IEC60068-2-2:2007, IEC 60068-2-14:2009, IEC60068-2-30:2005, IEC61683:1999, C10/11:2012 DIN VDE 0126-1-1:2013, VDE-AR-N 4105:2011, DIN VDE V 0124-100:2012, IEC 61727(IEC62116),
AS/NZS 4777.2:2015, NB/T32004-2013, IEC 60068-2-1:2007, IEC 60068-2-2:2007, IEC 60068-2- 14:2009, IEC 60068-2-30:2005, IEC 61683:1999, C10/11:2012, G59/3-2:2015+B56, EN 50438:2013, Leader , ZVRT, PEA
NB/T 32004-2013, TUV, CE, VDE0126-1-1, VDE-AR-N4105, G59/3,C10/11, TF3.2.1, AS/NZS 4777.2:2015, EN61000-6-1:4, EN61000-11:12, IEC62109-1:2010, PEA, ZVRT
Security / EMC IEC 62109-1:2010, IEC 62109-2:2011, EN 61000-6-2:2005, EN 61000-6-3:2007/A1:2011 VDE-AR-N4105, AS4777/3100, CQC (New energy standard)
Cooling method Intelligent air cooling
Protection level IP65
Power consumption at night < 0.5W
Topology No transformer
Operating temperature range  -25 ° C ~ +60 ° C (automatic derating beyond 45 ° C)
Relative humidity 0 ~ 95%
Noise < 50dB < 60dB
Highest altitude 3000m (derating operation above 2000m)
Dimension (W x H x D) 480 x 610 x 204 mm 520 x 660 x 250 mm 645 x 810 x 235 mm
Weight 38kg 52kg 53kg
Warranty 5 years (standard) / 10 years (optional)
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