TBEA launches inverters for C&I projects


TBEA Xi’an Electric Technology Co. Ltd., a unit of Chinese integrated service provider TBEA, has unveiled a new inverter for applications in commercial and industrial PV systems.

“Adaptable to all available types of PV modules with a high input current per MPPT of 32A, this series of inverters maximizes energy absorption,” the company said in a statement.

There are four versions of the new products, with power outputs ranging from 75 kW to 110 kW, and the maximum output current ranging from 114.0 A to 174.7 A. The devices measure 984 mm x 640 mm x 330 mm, weigh 86 kg, and offer between 8 and 10 maximum power point tracking (MPPT) channels. MTTP voltage ranges from 200 V and 1,000 V, while the maximum input current for MPPT is 48 A.

The inverter efficiency is 98.6% and the maximum input voltage for all devices is 1,100 V. Its European efficiency rating is 98.4%.

The system is also equipped with IP66-rated protection and a cooling system based on a smart forced air technique. The products can reportedly operate at altitudes lower than 4,000 meters and temperatures between -25 C and 60 C.

“With a low startup voltage, this series of inverters begins operation earlier and shut down later, extending the system’s power generation time and boosting energy production by 1%,” the manufacturer added. “Besides, TBEA’s AI-Solar intelligent O&M platform complements these advanced inverters, providing comprehensive monitoring and control for users. Features such as remote troubleshooting and performance analysis minimize downtime, enhance plant revenue, and streamline service operations.”

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