With power categories ranging from 1.5 to 3.1 kW, the Fronius Galvo is perfect for households – and is especially suitable for self-consumption systems. The integrated energy management relay allows the self-consumption component to be maximised. A host of other smart features make the Fronius Galvo one of the most future-proof inverters in its class: for example, the integrated data logging, the simple connection to the internet by WLAN, or the plug-in card technology for retrofitting additional functions.
Boasting power categories ranging from 3.0 to 20.0 kW, the transformerless Fronius Symo is the three-phase inverter for systems of every size. Owing to the SuperFlex Design, the Fronius Symo is the perfect answer to irregularly shaped or multi-oriented roofs. The standard interface to the internet via WLAN or Ethernet and the ease of integration of third-party components make the Fronius Symo one of the most communicative inverters on the market. Furthermore, the meter interface permits dynamic feed-in management and a clear visualisation of the consumption overview.
The Fronius Primo in power categories from 3.0 to 8.2 kW perfectly completes the new SnapINverter generation. This single-phase device is the ideal inverter for residential systems. Its innovative SuperFlex Design provides maximum flexibility in system design, while the SnapINverter mounting system makes installation and maintenance easier than ever before. The included communication package, with WLAN, energy management, several interfaces and much more, allows the Fronius Primo to communicate with the user, the PV system and the grid.
Supplying the Australian market with solar inverters since the turn of the millennium, Fronius was an early mover in Australian solar. Realising the long-term potential of solar in Australia a Solar Energy subsidiary was set up in Melbourne in 2010.
The Fronius Symo Hybrid is the heart of the 24 hours of sun storage solution – the Fronius Energy Package. With power categories from 3.0 to 5.0 kW, the three-phase inverter allows surplus energy from a photovoltaic system to be stored in the Fronius Solar Battery. The result is maximum self-consumption and maximum independence.