40kW Three Phase Grid Tie Solar Inverter
Transformerless on grid solar inverter with 40kW high power, max power up to 43000 watt, 200-820V DC wide input to three phse 208V-480V AC wide output, 2 MPPT, creative MPPT tech makes efficiency higher than 99%. IP65 protection level, fan cooling method, has a full range scheme of power protection.
AC Output Voltage
Contact us for other voltages
40kW high power three phase solar grid tie inverter with wide voltage range to adapt to the needs of different occasions, lower starting voltage and higher conversion efficiency up to 98%, more stable and reliable for your solar on grid PV system.
Can be applied to various fields, mainly for solar power, wind power, battery power, and scenery lamp power.
Strong IP65 protection, completed sealed cover suitable for harsh environment.
Advanced MPPT tracking technology, wide MPPT voltage range.
No isolation transformer H6 full-bridge configuration, highest efficiency reach 98%.
Over voltage, short circuit, overload, overheating, anti-islanding protection etc.
Multiple inverters can be operated in parallel.
LCD display, convenient for user to monitor main parameters.
Support various communication modes.
DC INPUT Max. DC Input Power
Max. DC Input Voltage
Max. DC Input Current
MPPT Tracking Voltage Range
MPPT Tracking Number / Each Input String Number
Power ON / OFF Voltage
200V / 300V
AC OUTPUT Power
Default AC 3-phase 380V±5%, (Optional: 208V, 240V, 460V, 480V with ±5% tolerance)
50Hz / 60Hz
3 phase 4 line (3L+N+PE)
At rated power and in the sine wave ＜3.5%
STRUCTURE Protection Degree
RS485C / RS232 (Standard) / WiFi Module (Optional)
Standby Power Consumption
DC input switch, Anti-island, Output over-current, Input reverse connection, DC/AC surge protection, Insulation resistance testing, RCD testing, Upgrade WiFi,
Flexible solar panel
ENVIRONMENT Operation Temperature
Air Flow, -10℃~40℃
2000m, max 3000m
OTHERS Size (W*H*D)
CE / G83 / IEC / TUV / SAA
Tips: How grid tie solar system works?
In Grid Tie Solar system in which the solar inverter is connected to the AC power grid, when the solar radiations hit the solar panels surfaces, they produce direct current electricity (called DC), then the solar inverter will convert this DC electricity to AC electricity to run our household appliances and others loads. This process is done every day quietly and automatically.
The more the sun shines, the more DC electricity the solar panels can produce, and the more AC energy we can get. When the AC power is larger than our loads requirements, the excess electricity will send back to the electric power grid allowing other neighbors customers to use this clean solar energy. But if the AC power generated from the solar grid tie system is less than our loads requirements, then our loads will pull extra power required to run properly from the electric power grid. The 2 cases will be done automatically via the brain of the solar system which is the solar inverter, without any other interventions.
The power will proceed go forward and back based on your loads consumed power and grid tie solar system generated AC power. Eventually, a system called "Net Metering" is generated, which mean that the electric utility will ask you to pay the power difference price or charge you the power difference price, based on whether you consumed electricity or generate electricity over the entire agreed billing period.