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Carlo Gavazzi launches grid-connected solar PV inverters

Carlo Gavazzi is introducing grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) inverters with efficiencies of 94.37% and higher.

The solar PV inverters also include Carlo Gavazzi’s Smart MPPT technology and solar PV string control software, which the company says will deliver up to 20% more energy compared with alternative solutions.

Interface protection and anti-islanding safety circuits ensure that power is only produced when the solar PV inverter is connected to the grid, the grid is active, and its parameters are within the appropriate national standards.

Carlo Gavazzi’s solar PV inverters cover power generation from 2.8 to 20 kW AC nominal output in four single-phase models (ISMGT 128, ISMGT 138, ISMGT 140 and ISMGT 150), and the ISMG 3 15 and ISMG 3 20 three-phase models.

Single phase solar PV inverters are primarily aimed at household installations whilst the three-phase models are better suited to larger buildings, industrial installations and solar parks, Carlo Gavazzi says.

The ISMGT 1 series operates up to 58°C whilst the ISMG 3 series can be used up to 50°C.

Carlo Gavazzi Automation is an international electronics group with activities in the design, manufacture and marketing of electronic equipment targeted at the global markets of industrial and building automation.

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Growatt Solar Inverter said

10 September 2010
this efficiency is not high

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