Published: January 2013
Siemens Industry Inc.’s Sinvert PVM UL inverter converts solar energy into grid-compliant AC voltage for infeed into conventional power supply networks. It features power outputs of 12, 16, 20 and 24 kW and has an integrated combiner box with a lockable DC disconnect and string fuses. Two interfaces are available, including Ethernet and RS-485. An illuminated graphics display shows current infeed power data and other key inverter information.
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