Sungrows synchronization inverters passed the SAA Certification of Australia

Several days ago, the SUN ACCESS synchronization photovoltaic inverters of Sungrow passed the test by the international authoritative testing & inspection institute Intertek and got the SAA certification of Australia which gives them the permit to enter the Australian market successfully.

Australia is a new solar energy market with high solar irradiation which provides the country with an advantaged condition to develop solar energy and a huge market with promising potential. As one of the leading solar energy technology and research centres, Australia has very strict access tests on photovoltaic products. In order to satisfy the AS4777 and AS/NZS3100 standard requirements in Australia, Intertek has proposed systematic and strict test requirements on the software and hardware system of Sungrow inverters, and established severe testing standards during testing and certification.

Thanks to the good design and excellent technical performance index, the SUN ACCESS inverters of Sungrow showed outstanding performance during testing and fully satisfied the regulations and requirements of the Australian AS4777 and AS/NZS3100 standards, enabling them to get the certification and permit to enter the Australian market.

SAA certification is another international certification obtained by Sungrow after the certification of TÜV, CE, KEMA, ETL, etc. This certification shows that the inverters of Sungrow offer an excellent performance and it strengthens the credibility of the product again, which has a positive effect for enhancing the confidence of the customer and expanding the Australian market.

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