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The Sunny Boy is the ideal solution, especially for demanding PV arrays and partly shaded plants. Version 20 of the successful Sunny Boy offers a further array of advantages. It's more flexible in its range of applications, provides even more efficient yields, and it's easier to use. The high DC voltage of 750 V proves to be a cost advantage, since fewer parallel strings are required. In addition, the integrated grid management functions make the devices suitable for universal applications and allow them to actively support the grid.

 

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At home with leading-edge technology and top yields: The Sunny Tripower PV plant with 5 to 9 kW of power is setting new standards for home systems. It features an asymmetric multi-string and Optiflex technology to ensure the highest in flexibility while combining peak efficiency with the OptiTrac Global Peak system to generate the highest in yields. In addition to communication via the external Bluetooth-antenna, the PV plant comes with a direct Sunny Portal connection via SMA Webconnect as standard – and now for the first time without data loggers. In addition, the “small” Sunny Tripower comes with integrated grid management functions, is capable of a reactive power supply and is suitable for operation with a 30 mA RCD.

 

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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.

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