SMA introduces 110kW string inverter in India


SMA India has unveiled the Sunny Tripower Core2 110 kW string solar inverter for medium- to large-size commercial PV installations (rooftop and ground-mount) in India. The inverter is already available in global markets and comes in India with the integrated arc-fault circuit interrupter (AFCI) function and DC overvoltage protection.

With 110 kilowatts, 24 strings and 12 MPP trackers, the Sunny Tripower Core2 allows a high solar coverage in ground-mounted PV systems as well as at different roof pitches during the day. The integrated SMA ShadeFix software solution automatically optimizes system performance anytime, even with partially shaded modules. The automatic inverter monitoring service SMA Smart Connected ensures maximum PV system yields by detecting failures as fast as possible. The Sunny Tripower CORE2 is a central component of the SMA Energy System Business, giving installers and PV system operators a future-proof option to expand their systems with SMA storage solutions.

“SMA Sunny Tripower Core2 offers its users the ability to take into account different module orientations so that system operators will always achieve the highest energy yields during the course of the day. It will transform deployment in every sector, whether in agriculture, corporate parks, or manufacturing facilities,” stated SMA.

Abhijeet More, head of sales, commercial & industrial-India, said the company has started receiving pre-bookings, and the product will be available for our Indian customers from December 2023.

The Sunny Tripower Core 2 is an easy-to-deploy solution that does not require any DC combiner. It offers 110 kW with standard 400 V AC. The maximum input voltage is 1100 V and peak efficiency is 98.6% (European efficiency 98.4%). The inverter can be fully integrated with ennexOS, offering easy plant commissioning via Data Manager and monitoring with Sunny Portal.

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