Ingeteam launches its new 100 kW three-phase string inverter

29.11.2016
The INGECON SUN 100TL includes features like its high maximum efficiency (98.8%), Wi-Fi and Ethernet communications. (Photo: Ingeteam)
The INGECON SUN 100TL includes features like its high maximum efficiency (98.8%), Wi-Fi and Ethernet communications. (Photo: Ingeteam)

Ingeteam is finalizing the launch of its new PV string inverter, which will make it possible to achieve a power output of 100 kWAC in a single, 75 kg unit. The inverter will be on show at the Solar-Tec fair in Cairo from the 4th to 6th December, and is set to go into production in June 2017.

The new three-phase inverter, commercialised under the name INGECON SUN 100TL, is suitable for indoor and outdoor installation alike, and is primarily directed at commercial, industrial and large-scale projects.

Its main advantage advertised is its cost savings potential compared to other models on the market, given the fact that its high power density means that it is possible to drastically reduce the number of inverters to be installed and, therefore, the total amount of cabling. Furthermore, no combiner boxes are required (either in DC or AC) and neither is a neutral cable necessary, thereby reducing the total AC cabling cost by up to 20 %. All this leads to significant reductions in capital expenditures (CAPEX).

Ingeteam also promises lower operating costs, thanks to the wireless communication which permits the startup, monitoring and control of the PV system through either a mobile phone, tablet or laptop. Furthermore, its string inverter philosophy guarantees minimum possible maintenance requirements, with no need to vacuum the inverter interior or to check the state of the fuses, the thermal magnetic breaker or torque.

Ingeteam is to showcase two different models for this PV inverter (STD and PRO) in order to adapt to its customers' needs and to the technical requirements of as many projects as possible.

Philipp Kronsbein / Ingeteam

For more information:

ingeteam.com/en-us/energy/photovoltaic-energy/p15_24_333/is-3play-100kw

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