Ginlong (Solis) Gets Wonderful Response for its Latest Inverters at REI 2019

The three-day Renewable Energy India Expo (REI) concluded successfully on September 20, 2019 at Greater Noida, India. The event witnessed a gathering from more than 1,000 global enterprises with their best products and latest technologies.

Ginlong Technologies, which is a home of Solis Inverters, was also participated in the REI and showcased its latest inverter of 5th generation technology platform.

The company, which is a manufacturing specialist of photovoltaic (PV) string inverters, thanked all its visitors for taking time to visit its booth 5.172 to discuss the advanced technology and development trend of the current renewable energy industry during the 3-day event.

At REI 2019, Ginlong (Solis) featured its PV system solutions which are widely used in the Residential, Smart Home, Commercial and Industrial (C&I), and Utility segments. Here’re the details for inverters which can be used for different purposes as per the requirement:

1). Residential: Your strategic partner for solutions that last.

Solis single phase inverter for residential purpose which is having a range between 700W and 10kW.

Solis Inverters

2). Smart Home: Maximize self-consumption with unique design flexibility.

Solis energy storage inverter for smart home ranges between 3kW and 5kW. These inverters are compatible with both lead-acid battery and Li-ion battery.

Solis Smart Home

3). Commercial & Industrial: Designed for flexibility & higher yield.

Solis three phase inverter ranges between 5kW and 136kW. Its features include 10 MPPT design with precise MPPT algorithm, maximum efficiency up to 99%.50% DC overload, 13A input for each PV string.

Solis C&I Inverter

Further, Solis 80kW inverter features include built-in string monitoring, which measures all string parameters for quick fault isolation and system commissioning. It’s integrated smart I/V curve scanning feature helps in detecting string faults like – panel mismatch and shading, decreasing O&M time and increasing system energy yield. DC fuses on both positive and negative inputs protect the inverter and DC cables, while built-in replicable DC and AC Type II surge protection devices (SPD) safeguard during power surges, further ensuring system availability.  Lastly, Type I SPD protection is also available to shield against damage from frequent surges and lightning strikes.

Solis PV System

4). Utility: Solis utility scale inverters gives – Maximum Uptime and Maximum Return on Investment (ROI). These are designed for higher energy yield, these 125kW inverters offer various unique advantages including:

  • 33 percent higher DC string voltage than 1000V systems, resulting in higher energy density and lower installation costs.
  • 1 percent maximum efficiency — one of the highest in the market.
  • 20 DC inputs results in DC to AC ratios up to 150 percent for greater energy generation during lower irradiance conditions.
  • Optional AC combiner connects two-125kW units into a 250K system, substantially reducing AC cable costs.

As the brand new model of Ginlong (Solis) at REI 2019, the company said that it’s C&I solution never stops the flow of people in front of it.

With an award-winning R&D group focused on PV string inverters and related technologies, Ginlong (Solis) said it is delivering innovation, better value and a superior after-sales service experience for its customers worldwide from past 15 years. Till date,the Chinese inverter manufacturer has accumulated many high-quality customers and partners over 100 countries and regions such as Asia, Europe, America, and Australia etc.

The string inverter maker ensures that it will continue to meet the needs of Indian market with high efficiency & reliability inverters and the company is committed to the idea of sustainability.

The company spokesperson said that, we sincerely promote and practice the green way of life and continue the development of renewable energy all over the world. With its global footprint, Ginlong (Solis) is dedicated to supporting our planet’s transition to a more sustainable future.

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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