A German base solar inverter company – Delta Energy Systems is going to unveil its newest solar power inverters at the Intersolar North America in San Franscisco starting this July 13 ~ July 15 2010.
The initial production will begin in the fourth quarter this year and there will be four initial models of SOLIVIA 2.5, 3.3, 4.4 and 5.0 NA G3. The nominal power output ranging from 2.5 to 5.0 kW. All models has an integrated lockable DC disconnect which is mandatory for many local authorities, leading to reduced installation efforts and expenses as it eliminates the need for an external 600 Vdc disconnect switch.
The nominal output power range are from 2.5 to 5.0 kW. You will also find an integrated DC wiring box that designed with either positivie or negative DC grounding. The Delta Energy Systems’ SOLIVIA solar inverters withstand up to 50-degrees Celsius temperature. Thus, Solivia solar inverters will be usable in area with warmer climates such as Middle East countries.
You will also find intelligent MPP tracking and NEMA4/IP65 enclosure rated for above Delta Energy Systems’ SOLIVIA inverters. They could provide maximum energy harvesting from the solar modules under all weather operating conditions as well as protect the inverter device against touch and moisture.
All relevant status messages and stored data can be recalled either via the integrated display or via a PC connected to the RS-485 communication interface.