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Home Solar Microinverter 800W 600W 400W

The “EFSSS” feature for Home Solar Microinverter 800W 600W 400W

Functions Overview

Just like a traditional string inverter, a microinverter is like the brain of a solar power system. It converts the direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC) for powering your appliances. With a microinverter, the electricity generated by solar panels can also feed to the utility.

But it’s different string inverters: Microinverters control the output of a single solar panel instead of a string of them.

Microinverters are installed at the individual solar panel site, differentiating them from centralized string inverters (where there’s typically one inverter for the whole solar system). Most solar panel systems with microinverters include one microinverter on every panel.

Because each microinverter operates at the panel site independently of the other inverters in the system, microinverters are classified as module-level power electronics (MLPE)MLPEs are the best option for complicated installations or those with marginal shading. With traditional string inverter technology, panels only can produce electricity at the level of the lowest-performing panel on the same string. This isn’t a problem with microinverters – because panels have their own inverter, solar panels will continue performing efficiently even if one panel isn’t producing as much electricity as the others.

The size of each microinverter depends on the size of the panel and the amount of electricity it’s capable of producing (as determined by your geography, the tilt, the direction it’s facing, and more). If your solar panel produces more electricity than its microinverter can convert at a given moment, “clipping” occurs, resulting in power losses.

Firstly let’s look at the topological graph of the microinverter (For 400W GT400TL, 600W GT600TL and 800W GT800TL).

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