Atmosfera Company for the first time in Ukraine presents the new models of ABi-Solar PV inverters: the new lineup of off-grid inverters SL(P), the new series of hybrid inverters HTP and the new model of popular series of hybrids HT.
Off-grid inverters SL/SLP
Off-grid inverters ABi-Solar SL and SLP with capacity of 3 and 5 kW are completed with PWN or MPPT charge controllers from pv panels. These devices combine the functions of inverter, charge controllers from pv panels and mains charger. The integrated LED display allows viewing and configuring the main parameters of station. The efficiency of energy conversion achieves 93%.
In comparison with the models of previous series, the new inverters SL have a wider range of operating voltages from PV-modules. SLP models have the integrated dust protection. As well, thanks to the new design of the body, the connection and commutation of inverters has significantly simplified.
The new model SL 5048 Duo with the capacity of 5 kW is equipped with two MPPT-trackers ,that allow the inverter operating with two different oriented solar fields with the total capacity of up to 6 kW.
Off-grid inverters with the possibility to operate with HTP network
The new series of hybrid inverters ABi-Solar HTP is represented by off-grid models, which, in addition to accumulation of electric energy in accumulators, can direct the energy to the general purpose network, operating due to feed-in tariff. The integrated LED display allows viewing and configuring the main parameters of station. The efficiency of energy conversion achieves 93%.
It is necessary to connect the accumulators for normal operation of HTP inverters. The series in Ukraine is meanwhile represented only by one model with the capacity of 5 kW.
On-grid inverters with accumulation HT
The line of hybrid inverters ABi-Solar HT, in addition to popular 10 kW model, is added with the new inverter with capacity of 5 kW.
According to their parameters the inverters from series HT have not suffered from changes. As before, these inverters can operate both in purely stand-alone and purely on-grid mode, without accumulators.