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Inverter for solar applications EQUINOX S
single-phasepowerhigh-efficiency

inverter for solar applications
inverter for solar applications
inverter for solar applications
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Characteristics

Electrical characteristics
power, single-phase
Applications
for solar applications
Other characteristics
with LCD display, with MPPT, high-efficiency, transformerless
Power

2,000 W, 3,000 W, 4,000 W, 5,000 W, 6,000 W

Current

9 A, 14 A, 20 A, 24 A, 26 A

Output voltage

Max.: 270 V

Min.: 180 V

Description

Single-phase solar power inverters for mains connection from 2 to 6 kW Technology and design for a greener world The solar power inverters in Salicru’s Equinox S series are an excellent option for the generation of photovoltaic power in homes and commercial and industrial premises, allowing clean, cheap energy to be obtained from the roof of the building itself. They are outstanding both for their elegant design and because they are reliable, efficient and functional devices that guarantee a completely stable energy production, features inherited from the original Equinox series. The range includes devices with powers of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 kW, making them suitable for a wide range of projects. Their wide input voltage range allows for flexible string design, since a variable number of photovoltaic modules of different types can be used. The photovoltaic installations can be monitored easily and intuitively via diverse communication interfaces (WIFI, LAN, 4G or GPRS) using the free EQX-sun App for smartphone and tablet. The high protection rating of the housing makes them suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and installation is fast and easy, due to their compact design and weight and the location of the connections in the lower part of the unit.

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