GoodWe has extended its portfolio of C&I energy storage solutions by introducing two new products. One is the ETC 100 kW hybrid inverter and the other is the BTC 100 kW retrofit battery inverter. These can be seamlessly integrated with the company’s high voltage battery system, Lynx C, which offers energy ranging from 101 kWh to 156 kWh. The three-phase ETC 100 kW model supports a maximum PV power input of 130 kW. It can accommodate a maximum input voltage of 1,000 V, and its two maximum power point trackers operate within an input voltage range of 250 V to 960 V. The ETC/BTC inverters boast an efficiency rating of 97.6 per cent, with a European efficiency of 97.3 per cent. They are enclosed in IP20-rated enclosures and have dimensions of 585 mm x 1360 mm x 750 mm. The ETC model has a maximum weight of 260 kg, while the BTC model weighs up to 240 kg. These inverters can operate within an ambient temperature range of -20° Celsius to 60° Celsius. The hybrid inverters are designed to be compatible with a broad battery voltage range, enabling them to offer peak-shaving services and ensure uninterrupted power supply to critical loads. They can transition to backup mode in less than 10 milliseconds, ensuring minimal disruption in case of power outages. Both the ETC and BTC inverters have a limited warranty of five years and are offered in 50 kW models. For diverse C&I requirements, each 100 kW ETC inverter can be connected with a maximum of six Lynx C batteries, allowing for a 100 kW/936 kWh energy storage system to meet various C&I requirements. Meanwhile, the 50 kW ETC inverter can be used with a maximum of three battery systems.
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