800W grid tie solar inverter, smart micro inverter with wide input and output range, max 2x500W maximum input power, 800VA output power, 22~60V working voltage range and 120V AC or 230V AC output range, MPPT function for effectively capturing and collecting sunlight, more reliable and stable.
- 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 33MHz communication mode
|Maximum Input Power
|MPPT Voltage Range
|Working Voltage Range
|Maximum Input Voltage
|Maximum Input Current
|Maximum Input Short Circuit Current
|Maximum Feedback Current of the Array
|Maximum Output Power
|Rated Output Current
||6.6A (120V), 3.5A (230V)
|Nominal Output Voltage Range
||120V AC (Application Area: Japan, North America, etc.)
|230V AC (Application Area: Europe)
|Nominal Frequency Range
||＞0.99 Default, 0.95 Leading...0.95 Lagging
|Harmonic Distortion Of Output Current
|Maximum Number Of Connections Per Branch
||6 PCs（120V）, 12PCs (230V)
|Efficiency, Safety and Protection
|Peak Microinverter Efficiency
|CEC Weighted Efficiency
|Nominal MPPT Efficiency
|Night Power Consumption (mW)
|Ambient Temperature Range
||-20 to +50°C
|Storage Temperature Range
||-20 to +50°C
||Outdoor Nema 3r (IP65)
||Natural Convection (No Fans)
|Degree of Pollution
|Power Delivery Mode
||Reverse Transmission, Load Priority
|Connecting cable and plug
||Comes standard with a 3m connecting cable and plug (European standard), if you need a longer cable or other size plug, please contact us.
||EN 50549-1:2019, EN 50549-2:2019, EN 61000-6- 1:2007, EN 61000-6-3:2007+A1:2011+AC2012, IEC/EN 62109-1:2010, IEC/EN 62109-2:2011
Use the mobile phone QR code scanning function to scan the QR code below to download the application (A-1), or download the "Cloud Smart" application (A-2) through the Apple Store or Google Store.
*Note: Use your Phone to scan the QR code, download and install the APP Support: Android 5.0 or above IOS 9.0 or Above. For more download steps, please check the User Manual.
Tips: What is a micro inverter and how does it differ from traditional string inverters?
A micro inverter is a device used in solar photovoltaic (PV) systems to convert the direct current (DC) electricity generated by individual solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity for use in households or to be fed back into the electrical grid. Unlike traditional string inverters, which are connected to a string of multiple solar panels, micro inverters are typically installed on each individual solar panel.
The main difference between micro inverters and traditional string inverters lies in their architecture and operation. In a string inverter setup, all the panels in a string are connected in series, and the DC power from the entire string is fed into a single inverter. This means that the performance of the entire string is dependent on the weakest panel in the string. In contrast, micro inverters work on a per-panel basis, with each panel having its own dedicated inverter. This allows for independent power optimization and monitoring for each panel, enhancing system efficiency and overall performance.
Moreover, the use of micro inverters offers several other advantages over traditional string inverters, such as increased energy production, improved system reliability, enhanced safety, and greater flexibility in system design and expansion.