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Enecsys intros 480 W duo solar PV micro inverter

Enecsys Ltd is introducing its SMI-D480W-60, a 480 W micro inverter that mounts on the railing system and accepts DC input from two individual solar photovoltaic (PV) modules.

By Renewable Energy Focus staff

The duo micro inverter enables maximum power point tracking for both solar PV modules and reduces inverter cost compared with using one micro inverter per module so that there is no cost premium over string inverters, Enecsys says.

The DC power generated by the two solar modules is converted into a single, grid-compliant AC output in the 480 W unit, which has a maximum input current of 24 A.

The solar PV inverter has a peak efficiency of 96% and Euro efficiency of 94%. It weighs 2.1 kg and the main body measures 245 mm x 160 mm x 40 mm.

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