Sofar has launched its new microinverters series, PowerNano, designed for rooftop PV systems and balcony solar array applications. The series comprises three microinverters, offering power ratings ranging from 500 VA to 2,400 VA. The smallest microinverter, weighing 2.2 kg and measuring 145 mm x 165 mm x 42 mm, boasts a maximum output current of 2.3 A and an output power of up to 550 VA. The mid-sized product, weighing 4.2 kg and measuring 195 mm x 210 mm x 42 mm, delivers a power rating of up to 600 VA, 800 VA, and 1,100 VA, with an output current varying between 2.6 A and 4.5 A. The largest microinverter, weighing 5.5 kg and measuring 295 mm x 210 mm x 42 mm, offers power ratings of 1,760 VA, 2,200 VA, and 2,640 VA, with an output current varying from 6.7 A to 10.9 A. Each model in the series accommodates input voltages of up to 58 V, efficiency ratings of 97.5 per cent, and power point tracking efficiencies of up to 99.5 per cent. Additionally, all modules provide IP67 protection. As per the statement, when combined with battery storage, PowerNano provides consistent backup power in case of power outages, which may result in significant economic loss, enhancing the self-use rate while reducing electricity bills.
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