TSUN has introduced a new line of 3 kW single-phase microinverters for use in challenging installation settings. The company offers three models: the TSOL-MP2250, the TSOL-MP3000 and the TSOL-MS3000. The first model weighs 6.4 kg and can connect to up to four solar panels. It has a maximum input voltage of 60 V, a nominal output current of 10.2 A and an output power of 2.2 kW. It has an efficiency of 97 per cent and a CEC weighted efficiency of 96.5 per cent. The second model can be linked with up to six panels and weighs 7.2 kg. It has six inputs, a maximum input voltage of 60 V, a nominal output current of 13.6 A and a 3 kW output. It has a CEC weighted efficiency of 96.6 per cent and an efficiency of 97.1 per cent. The third model, which weighs 6.8 kg, can connect to up to eight panels. It has four inputs, a maximum input voltage of 120 V, a nominal output current of 13.6 A, and a 3 kW output. It has a CEC weighted efficiency of 96.7 per cent and an efficiency of 97.2 per cent. All variants have IP67 protection and are 354 mm x 294 mm x 60 mm in size.
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