The difference between an Enphase micro-inverter and a traditional inverter is that you use one inverter per solar panel rather than a series of solar panels. This means you do not have to invest in a larger more expensive inverter at the onset of your project or when you are ready to expand your system. With the Enphase Micro-inverter, you can add one solar panel and one inverter at a time, as your finances and time allow.
Designed specifically for Sanyo solar panels, the M-210 Enphase Energy Micro-inverter makes designing and installing a system easier than ever. It even comes with an online monitoring system, so you can know exactly how much power your solar panels are generating.
Another advantage to Enphase micro-inverters is that they maximize the energy produced from a photovoltaic (PV) array. With a traditional inverter, an entire array of solar panels will output as much power at the lowest performing panel. For example, if one solar panel is in the shade, all of the panels will generate the same power as the shaded panel. The M-210 Enphase micro-inverter maximizes power because each solar panel produces power independently.Back to Top
Features & Attributes
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 14 × 14 × 9 inches
- Weight: 5 lbs
- Maximum energy production
- Resilient to dust, debris and shading
- Performance monitoring per module
- MTBF of 331 years
- No single point of system failure
- System availability greater than 99.8%
- Quick & simple design, installation and management
- 24/7 monitoring and analysis