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Model: M-190 Enphase Energy Micro-Inverters
208 VAC for MC4
240 VAC for MC3
240 VAC for MC4
240 VAC - Tyco Connection
How does the Enphase Micro-Inverter Work?
The Enphase Energy Micro-inverter maximizes energy produced from a photovoltaic (PV) array. Each Enphase Energy Micro-inverter is independently coupled to one solar module in an array. This configuration means that an individual Maximum Peak Power Point Tracker (MPPT) operates each solar module. This insures that the greatest power available from each solar panel is sent to the grid regardless of the performance of the other PV panels in the array. Regardless of shading, soiling, orientation which would, affect individual solar panels in the array, or module mismatch, the Enphase Energy Micro-inverter insures peak performance for its coupled PV panel.
PV systems utilizing Enphase Energy Micro-inverters are very simple to install and design. No need string calculations, and install individual solar panels in any grouping of module quantity, model, age and orientation. No need to install bulky centralized or string inverters. Each Enphase Energy Micro-inverter easily mounts on the module racking, directly underneath each solar panel. Low voltage DC wires join from the solar panel directly to the co-located Enphase Energy Micro-inverter, eliminating the hazard of people’s exposure to deadly 600Vdc power.
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Quick & simple design, installation and management
24/7 monitoring and analysis
Indoors, install the Envoy communications gateway (EMU) by plugging it into any 120Vac wall socket and providing an Ethernet connection to your broadband router or modem. After installation of the Envoy, the network of Enphase Energy Micro-inverters routinely begins reporting to the Enphase Energy Enlighten web server. The Enlighten software presents in progress and past system performance trends, and lets you know when the solar power system is not performing as anticipated.