The SUN-250G-US Microinverter delivers increased energy harvest and reduces design and installation complexity with its all-AC approach. With the SUN-250G-US, the DC circuit is isolated and insulated from ground, so no Ground Electrode Conductor (GEC) is required for the microinverter. This further simplifies installation, enhances safety, and saves on labor and materials costs.
The Microinverter maximizes energy production from your photovoltaic (PV) array. Each Microinverter is individually connected to one PV module in your array. This unique configuration means that an individual Maximum Peak Power Point Tracker (MPPT) controls each PV module. This ensures that the maximum power available from each PV module is exported to the utility grid regardless of the performance of the other PV modules in the array. That is, although individual PV modules in the array may be affected by shading, soiling, orientation, or PV module mismatch, the Microinverter ensures top performance for its associated PV module. The result is maximum energy production from your PV system.
Microinverter systems are inherently more reliable than traditional inverters. The distributed nature of a microinverter system ensures that there is no single point of system failure in the PV system. Masspower Microinverters are designed to operate at full power at ambient temperatures as high as 65 C (150 F).