Danfoss Solar Inverters A/S releases 8kW residential TrioleLynx

User-Friendly Interface and State-of-the-Art Monitoring Bring Commercial-Grade Performance and Features to the residential market

Danfoss Solar Inverters, a leading provider of commercial and residential solar inverter products, today announced the release of its latest line of inverters for residential use. ``The residential PV owner can now enjoy the same energy performance as commercial system owners know from the TripleLynx series``, said Allan Pilgaard-Jensen of Danfoss Solar Inverters.

The TripleLynx 8kW Series, featuring three phase output, 1000V DC and 8000W power output provides 97.8% maximum power all day``, Allan Pilgaard-Jensen continued. As all other versions of the TripleLynx series, The TripleLynx 8kW provides up to 99.9% MPP tracking efficiency, in this size via two independent trackers and two DC inputs.

``Further, the TripleLynx series, at just 35Kg can easily be transported and installed. Such trouble-free handling and installation help reduce setup costs.

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