Teningen, 08. Februar 2011, The CEC – abbreviation for Clean Energy Council – is the peak body representing Australia´s clean Energy Sector. The industry association develops and advocates effective policy to accelerate the development and deployment of all clean energy technologies.
The Asia-Pacific string inverters from Delta, SOLIVIA 2.5, 3.0 and 3.3 AP G3 - with an efficiency of up to 96 % - are CEC listed for the Australian market. This means that the models meet all guidelines regarding safety standards, and national requirements. The accreditation demonstrates the fulfillment of inverter requirements as well as installation requirements under the government rebate programs and Renewable Energy Certificate schemes.
The integrated multi-country software of the models renders it possible to configure the SOLIVIA solar inverters for a specified country with a few clicks via the integrated display. The SOLIVIA string inverters can be used with all common photovoltaic module types, even with rear-side contact modules and thin-film modules that require positive or negative DC grounding. With the optional grounding kit from Delta, the inverters are qualified for these applications. The models have intelligent MPP tracking and extract maximum performance from the solar cells under all operating conditions.
The SOLIVIA models do not have fans and operate over a wide range of temperatures. The housing has a compact design and the inverters have low noise characteristics, so they can be mounted indoors as well as in protected outdoor areas, since the IP65 casing is dust-tight, completely safe to touch (shock proof) and protects the unit from jet water from any direction. Mounting is performed easily due to the supplied mounting plate and wall bracket. The solar inverters are fitted with overvoltage protection, heat protection, short-circuit protection and overcurrent protection.
Source: Delta Energy Systems (Germany) GmbH