PV inverter M15A FLEX
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Characteristics

Power source
PV
Connection
string
Phase
three-phase
Options and accessories
residential
Peak power

Min.: 1 kW (1 hp)

Max.: 17 kW (23 hp)

Description

Low noise operation for use in residential PV plants The M15A Flex is able to maintain a low noise level (max. 31.6 dB(A)) - perfect for use in residential or small commercial PV plants. Maximum profitability and versatility The M15A Flex inverter has a superior thermal performance even in warm ambient temperatures (nominal power without derating -25 to +50 °C). 2 MPP trackers are featured for optimum energy harvest on rooftops with multiple angles as well as a wide input voltage range from 200 – 1100 V. The maximum voltage withstand is 1100 VDC. The inverter starts to work when the PV voltage drops below 1000 VDC. Flexible system design For the system planner, maximum flexibility is ensured thanks to a wide input voltage range of 200 - 1000 V and 2 MPP trackers (no string fuses needed). The new unit is compatible with major types of PV modules and the robust IP66 rated enclosure allows outdoor installation. Integrated Wi-Fi for connecting to a smartphone or an internet router. Innovative design Advanced features include arc fault and reverse polarity protection, Anti-PID feature, reactive power compensation 24/7, as well as data point collection for string monitoring and I-V curve creation. Simple Installation The lightweight and compact design of the M15A Flex greatly simplifies installation. The inverters include a unique wall mount bracket in the scope of delivery, allowing the units to be easily installed on a variety of wall surfaces.

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