A solar micro-inverter, or simply a microinverter, is a plug-and-play device used in photovoltaics, which converts the direct current (DC) generated by a single solar module into alternating current (AC). Micro-inverters contrast with conventional string solar inverters and central solar inverters, in which a single inverter is connected to several solar panels. The output of several microinverters can be combined to feed into the grid.
MICROINVERTERS AP SYSTEMS
Single-phase string microinverters with 2 inputs and 2 independent MPPT for direct self-consumption. The easiest to install. Zero injection.
String microinverters with 4 independent inputs and 4 MPPT. 230V. 1200W. Ideal for direct self-consumption. With zero injection.
Single-phase string microinverters for a soalr panel, an MPPT. Suitable for solar panels with up to 96 cells.