To choose a good quality micro inverter, it is important to understand the different types available and the characteristics to look for when purchasing. Micro inverters have several advantages over other types of solar inverters such as grid-tied and string inverters.
One advantage of micro inverters is unparalleled safety. Unlike in a series solar system, where high DC voltage exists in the solar array, micro inverter systems have parallel modules, with each module carrying only 40 volts, greatly reducing safety risks. This makes micro inverter systems naturally compliant with rapid shutdown requirements.
Another advantage of micro inverters is module-level monitoring, allowing users to remotely view real-time operational data and performance of each module, enabling timely detection of potential issues. This makes maintenance very easy.
Micro inverters are also known for their high efficiency. They have module-level maximum power point tracking (MPPT), which means PV modules operate independently, so even if some modules are performing poorly due to shading, it does not affect other modules. Therefore, in residential, industrial, and commercial power plants, micro inverters ensure 5-30% more energy output compared to traditional inverters.
Compared to other micro inverter manufacturers, our micro inverters have several additional advantages. We offer a full range of products from 1-to-1, 2-to-1, to 4-to-1, meaning one micro inverter can simultaneously connect to one, two, or four panels. Our micro inverters cover a wide output power range from 300 VA to 2800 VA and are compatible with 166/182/210 modules. Our micro inverters have been certified in Europe and can seamlessly connect to your local power grid, ensuring that you will always find a model suitable for your solar journey. Additionally, our micro inverters have high efficiency, with excellent 99.8% MPPT efficiency levels, ensuring you convert more panel output into usable energy. Our micro inverters also come with a standard 5-year warranty, which can be extended up to 10 years.