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Ingeteam launches its new range of central PV inverters, the 1500 Vdc INGECON SUN PowerMax B series. With dimensions of just 2,800 x 885 x 2,010 mm, these inverters are able to supply up to a maximum power of 1,640 kVA in a single unit, making it the solar inverter with the highest power density on the market, thanks to its more than 326 kW/m3.

The 1500 Vdc INGECON SUN PowerMax B Series inverter family features a Smart Cooling System which makes it possible to optimize and reduce the auxiliary services consumption. Furthermore, the inverter’s latest-generation electronic components are housed in an IP66 protected compartment, thereby preventing condensation and lengthening the useful life of the power electronics.

This inverter family is ready to be installed indoors (IP50) and outdoors (IP56), and can deliver its rated power up to an ambient temperature of 50ºC. What’s more, the new improved inverter design facilitates the installation and wiring tasks (on both lines: DC and AC) in addition to the maintenance and repair work.

Thanks to its compactness, the inverter can be easily integrated into medium voltage solutions or power stations that contain all the equipment required for large PV plants. In fact, three inverters can be mounted in the same 40-foot power station in order to reach up to 4.92 MVA in a single medium voltage unit. Furthermore, Ingeteam has designed a solution with four inverters connected to a single transformer, making it possible to achieve up to 6.56 MVA in a single power station.

This equipment and the medium voltage solutions mentioned, are to be showcased on the Ingeteam stand at the Intersolar Europe fair, to be held from the 22nd to 24th June in Munich, Germany.

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Borken/Münsterland based ELEKTROKASS was one of the first to sign up to the new SolarMax Premium Installer (SPI) programme.

This concept sees the solar inverter manufacturer stocking an external store on its customers’ premises with the required replacement devices. This saves delivery trips to the end customer and reduces solarmax-2replacement time for defective string inverters to a minimum.

ELEKTROKASS has been installing SolarMax inverters since 2002, and has to date installed more than 8,000 devices. Most of these are MT-series inverters. The company is buying five megawatts this year alone. The seven inverters from this series have rated outputs of 6 to 15 kilowatts, two or three MPP trackers and attain European efficiency rates of 97.5 per cent.