SolarEdge is presenting its new S-Series power optimiser, an Intersolar Award Finalist in the solar PV category. The power optimiser has up to 40 percent higher power density, is 38 percent smaller and introduces a new innovative safety feature that extends safety to the connector level. The new safety feature is designed to detect heat abnormalities and initiate shutdown before an arc occurs in order to prevent potential fires. It is expected to become available in 2018.
The company is also presenting its expanded commercial offering with the launch of larger-capacity, three-phase inverters up to 100kW. The new inverters enable reduced installation time and cost, while also providing smart energy management control. Meanwhile, the company’s residential solution manages and monitors solar energy generation, electricity consumption, energy storage, and device control enabling homeowners to increase self-consumption and energy independence. It will show its portfolio of inverters for residential installations including the award-winning, single-phase HD-Wave inverter, the new three-phase E-Series inverter which is smaller, lighter, quieter, and more efficient than the previous generation, and a new compact residential solution for 4-8 panels.
“Dedicated to making solar systems smarter, SolarEdge continues to lead the industry in developing innovative technologies that help to make PV more economic around the world” said Lior Handelsman, SolarEdge’s VP of Marketing and Product Strategy.
SolarEdge’s StorEdge inverter has been listed as a finalist for the EES (Electrical Energy Storage) Award and is one of the only solutions currently available on the market that combines the management of PV, storage for both on-grid and backup power, and home energy management into a single inverter. It is already available in select markets.
The SolarEdge booth will be located at Hall B3, Booth 110.