50kw 60kw 66kw 70kw Three Phase On-Grid Solar Inverter

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Item specifice

Output Power:
50kw-70kw
Inveter Efficiency:
98.8%
Output Voltage(V):
230V-277V
Input Voltage(V):
1100V
Output Current(A):
79.7A-92.6A
Output Frequency:
50HZ/60HZ

XG50kW-70kW

Three Phase On-Grid Solar Inverter


XG50KTR

XG50KTRL

XG60KTR

XG60KTRL

XG66KTRL

XG70KTRL

Input(DC)


Max. Input Power

80 kW

96 kW

105.6kW

112kW

Max. Input Voltage

1100V

Start Voltage

250V

Rated Input Voltage

600V

700V

Full-load MPP Voltage Range

520V-850V

600V-850V

MPPT Voltage Range

200V-1000V

Number of MPP Trackers

4

Number of string per MPPT

3/2/3/2

3/3/3/3

Max.Current per MPPT

39A/26A/39A/26A

39A

Max.Short Circuit Current per MPPT

48A/32A/48A/32A

48A

Output(AC)


Max. Output Current

79.7 A

66.2 A

95.6 A

79.4 A

87.4A

96.2A

Rated Output Power

50 kW

60 kW

66kW

70kW

Max. Output Power

55 kVA

66kVA

72.6kVA

77kVA

Rated Grid Frequency

50 Hz / 60 Hz

Rated Grid Voltage

230Vac / 400Vac

277Vac / 480Vac

230Vac / 400Vac

277Vac/480Vac

Power Factor

>0.99 (0.8 leading~0.8 lagging)

THDi

<3% (Rated Power)

Efficiency


Max. Efficiency

98.70%

98.80%

European Efficiency

98.40%

98.50%

MPPT Efficiency

99.90%

Protection


DC reverse polarity protection

Yes

Anti-Islanding protection

Yes

AC short circuit protection

Yes

Residual current monitoring unit

Yes

Insulation resistance monitoring

Yes

Ground fault monitoring

Yes

Grid monitoring

Yes

PV string monitoring

Yes

Surge protection

Type II

AFCI protection

Optional

Communication


Display

LED / LCD / WiFi+App

Communication

StandardRS485

OptionalWiFi / GPRS / Ethernet

Standard Compliance


Grid Connection Standards

IEC 61727, IEC 62116, IEC 60068, IEC 61683, VDE-AR-N 4110:2018, VDE-AR-N 4105:2018,

VDE-AR-N 4120:2018, EN 50549, AS/NZS 4777.2:2020, CEI 0-21, VDE 0126-1-1/A1 VFR2014,

UTE C15-712-1:2013, DEWA DRRG, NRS 097-2-1, MEA/PEA, C10/11, G98/G99

Safety/EMC

IEC 62109-1:2010, IEC 62109-2:2011, EN 61000-6-2:2005, EN 61000-6-3:2007/A1:2011

General Data







Dimensions (W*H*D)

650 x 450 x 260 mm

Weight

50 kg

Operating Temperature Range

-30° C ~ +60° C

Cooling Method

Smart Cooling

Protection Degree

IP66

Max. Operating Altitude

4000 m

Relative Humidity

0 ~ 100%

Topology

Transformerless

Night Power Consumption

< 1 W

 

 

MARKETING & SERVICE NETWORK

CNBM global sales team provides customers with professional and efficient pre-sale,

in sale and after-sale services, and enhances the added value of the brand with high-quality services.

 

 

Products Details:           

High voltage protection              Over load protection   

Battery reverse connected protection   Dust-proof

Low voltage protection              Overheating protection

Output short-circuit protection        Insect prevention

 

 

FAQ:

Q1:May I take some samples to test before placing the order ?

A1:Yes, welcome to take some sample to test!

Q2:How about the delivery time?

A2:7 days for sample; 25 days for bulk order.

Q3:What is the warranty of the controller?

A3:1 years warranty.

Q4:How to solve the technical problems?

A4:24 hours after-service consultancy just for you and to make your problem to be solved easily.

Q5:What payment methods do your company support?

A5:T/T, Western Union, Paypal, L/C etc.

Q6:What are the price terms can you offer for us?

A6:We can accept EXW, FOB, CIF and so on.

Q7:Do you have any certifications for your products?

A7:We have ISO9001:2000, CE, RoHS, certificates for all of our products.

 

 

 


Q:
The role of a grid protection relay in a solar inverter is to monitor the electrical grid for any abnormalities or faults, and to disconnect the solar inverter from the grid if necessary. This helps to ensure the safety and stability of the grid, as well as protecting the solar inverter from potential damage.
Q:
A grid-tied solar inverter is connected to the local utility grid and allows for the transfer of excess energy generated by the solar panels back to the grid. This type of inverter does not have the capability to store energy and requires a constant grid connection to function. On the other hand, an off-grid solar inverter is designed to be used in systems that operate independently from the utility grid. It is typically used in remote areas or locations where grid connection is not available. These inverters have the ability to store excess energy in batteries for later use when there is no solar generation.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with a wireless communication system. Many modern solar inverters are equipped with built-in wireless communication capabilities, such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, to enable monitoring and control of the solar system remotely. This allows users to access real-time data, adjust settings, and receive notifications about their solar energy production and consumption through a wireless connection.
Q:
No, a solar inverter cannot be directly used with solar-powered water heaters. The solar inverter is designed to convert the DC power generated by solar panels into AC power for general electrical use in households. On the other hand, solar-powered water heaters utilize direct thermal energy from the sun to heat water, without involving the need for converting DC power to AC power.
Q:
An on-grid solar inverter is designed to convert the DC power generated by solar panels into AC power that can be fed into the electricity grid. It synchronizes the solar power output with the grid's frequency and voltage, ensuring a seamless integration and allowing any excess power to be exported back to the grid. On the other hand, an off-grid solar inverter is used in standalone solar power systems that are not connected to the grid. It converts the DC power from solar panels into AC power for immediate use or storage in batteries. These systems typically require additional components like batteries and charge controllers to manage power storage and supply during periods of low solar generation or high demand. In summary, the main difference between the two types of inverters is their purpose: on-grid inverters are used for grid-tied systems, while off-grid inverters are used in standalone systems not connected to the grid.
Q:
The role of MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) in a solar inverter is to optimize the efficiency and output of the solar panel system. MPPT technology enables the inverter to constantly track and adjust the operating point of the panels, ensuring that they are operating at their maximum power point, where the highest power output is achieved. This allows the system to capture the maximum amount of energy from the sun, maximizing the overall efficiency and performance of the solar inverter.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used off-grid. Off-grid solar systems typically include batteries to store excess energy generated by the solar panels. The solar inverter converts the direct current (DC) power from the solar panels into alternating current (AC) power, which can be used to power household appliances and devices. This allows for the use of solar energy even when there is no access to the main electricity grid.
Q:
The role of a solar inverter in voltage and frequency regulation during grid disturbances is to ensure stable and reliable power supply from solar panels to the grid. It monitors the voltage and frequency of the grid and adjusts the output of the solar panels accordingly to maintain a consistent and synchronized power flow. This helps to prevent power fluctuations and protect the grid from disturbances, ensuring efficient and safe operation of the electrical system.
Q:
The role of a solar inverter in a battery storage system is to convert the direct current (DC) electricity produced by the solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is compatible with the electrical grid and can be used to power household appliances or feed back into the grid. Additionally, the solar inverter manages the charging and discharging of the batteries, ensuring efficient energy storage and usage.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be repaired or serviced. In case of any malfunction or issues, a qualified technician can diagnose and fix the problem. Regular maintenance and servicing can also help prolong the lifespan and optimize the performance of a solar inverter.

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