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600 Watt Solar Micro Inverter, Grid-tie Inverter

600W smart micro inverter, grid tie solar power inverter is adopted 433MHz wireless communication mode for communication, IP65 waterproof protection, electricity transmission rate of up to 99%. 24V/ 48V (22-50V DC) to 120V (80-160V AC)/ 230V (180-280V AC) 50Hz/ 60Hz, built-in high-performance MPPT function, peak output power up to 630 watt.
SKU: ATO-WVC-600
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Products specifications

ATO-WVC-600 (wireless) grid tie solar micro inverter using IP65 waterproof streamline design, can effectively prevent rainwater on the surface erosion. It can better track the change of solar luminosity and control different output power by the MPPT function, to effectively capture and collect sunlight. It can also automatic shift local grid voltage to 120V or 230V AC output.

Features

  • High performance maximum power point tracking (MPPT)
  • Reverse power transmission
  • Intelligent monitoring management
  • Input/output is fully isolated to protect the electrical safety
  • Multiple parallel stacking
  • Digital control system
  • Simplify maintenance (user serviceable)
  • Operation and maintenance costs low
  • Flexible installation
  • Use the wireless 433MHz communication mode

Parameter List

Input Parameters ATO-WVC-600 (Wireless)-120VAC/230VAC
Maximum input power 600W
Recommended using solar panels Power 2x300W, open circuit voltage 36-50VOC
Solar panel open circuit voltage range 36-50VOC
Peak power tracking voltage 24V/ 48V DC, range: 22-50V DC
Min/Max start voltage 22-50V DC
Maximum DC short current 35A
Maximum input current 24A
Automatic shift AC voltage and output Automatic shift local grid voltage
Output Parameters @120V AC @230V AC
Peak output power 630 watt 630 watt
Rated output power 600W 600W
Rated output current 5A 2.6A
Rated voltage range 80-160V AC 180-280V AC
Rated frequency range 48-51Hz/58-61Hz 48-51Hz/58-61Hz
Power factor >99% >99%
Maximum units per branch circuit 5PCS (single-phase) 10PCS (single-phase)
Output Efficiency @120V AC @230V AC
Static MPPT efficiency 99.5% 99.5%
Maximum output efficiency 95% 95%
Night time power consumption <1W <1W
THD <5% <5%
Exterior
Operating temperature range -40℃ to +60℃
Dimensions (WxHxD) 283mm×200mm×41.6mm
N.W 1.63kg
Waterproof level IP65
Cooling Self-cooling
Communication Mode Wireless 433MHz (*Note: You need to buy another WiFi data collector)
Power transmission mode Reverse transfer, load priority
Monitoring System Lifetime free
Electromagnetic compatibility EN50081.part1 EN50082.part1
Grid disturbance EN61000-3-2 Safety EN62109
Grid detection DIN VDE 1026
Certificate CEC, CE National patent technology
Warranty period 12 months

Tips: Solar micro inverter used in truck

At home, people do not worry about running multiple appliances at a time. Connecting to the grid provides sufficient capacitance to start and operate these devices. But on the road, truck drivers have to rely on the battery and internal electrical system of the vehicle, which is limited compared with the capacity of the family. Trucks are equipped with more and more advanced systems to deal with greater electricity demand. These systems include solar micro inverters, which obtain DC from batteries at various power levels and types and convert it to 12V voltage for most modern devices.

These solar micro inverters are usually combined with chargers and shore power connections. Installed on the line of the truck's transducer, all sockets in the sleeper cab have AC power supply. The frequency converter should be selected initially according to the continuous power output. But even if owners and operators think they have enough capacity to handle the load and know how much they can demand from the system, they can still get bogged down by a phenomenon called surge power. Some electronic devices absorb relatively constant current when turned on. However, induction appliances, such as microwave ovens or appliances using magnets or transformers, require an initial power surge to start and then drop to a lower level, known as continuous power. Depending on the device or application, the requirement for starting surge power can be as high as five seconds. In short, a 1000 watt microwave oven may take up to 2000 watts a second or two, and then down to 1000 watts to heat food.

If you install a "micro inverter" on your new car, you will be able to use electrical appliances on trucks easily. Truck original equipment manufacturers know that fleet and truck drivers need sufficient surge power, which is one of the reasons why almost all truck manufacturers choose the converter as an OEM specification option. In addition to providing higher surge voltage, high quality inverters also provide a wide operating temperature range and battery charging without electricity.

600 Watt Solar Micro Inverter, Grid-tie Inverter reviews
Good micro inverter and works great!
Works great! It is very fast at keeping up with the changes from the sun and the load on the grid. We run it at 630 watts max and it has been working fine. We give it 25% of room to spare so we don't push it to the limit. We ordered 2 and used one on each leg of the 240 vac and now we just ordered 2 more since they are saving on my electric bill. I expect them to pay back in 1-2 years since we have enough solar panels installed to use them in full sun.
Kane Smith | 10/16/2019 7:09 PM
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