Grid Connected Solar Inverter 1500W

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Introduction of Grid Connected Solar Inverter 1500W

 

CNBM International Corporation (CNBM International) is the most important trading platform of CNBM Group

Corporation, a state-owned company under the direct supervision of State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration

Commission of the State Council. The Grid Connected Solar Inverter we can offer is single-phase

1.5kw-5kw 1&2 MPPT; three-phase 10kw to 20kw 2MPPT inverters. Good quality and good services.

 

Advantages of Grid Connected Solar Inverter 1500W

Maximum efficiency of 97.5% and wide input voltage range
Integrated DC switch-disconnected
MTL-String
Sound control
Bluetooth/RF technology /Wi-Fi
Transformerless GT topology
5 years warranty (10 years as optional)

 

Datasheet of Grid Connected Solar Inverter 1500W

Model

CNBM-1500-US

CNBM-2000-US

CNBM-3000-US

Input data

 

Max. DC power

1800W

2300W

3200W

Max. DC voltage

450V

500V

500V

Start voltage

150V

150V

150V

PV voltage range

100V-450V

100V-500V

100V-500V

Number of MPP trackers/strings per MPP tracker

1/1

1/2

1/2

Max. input current of the MPP tracker

12A

14A

17A

Output data

 

Nominal AC output power

1500W@208Vac 1650W@240&277Vac

1800W@208Vac 2000W@240&277Vac

2500W@208Vac 2800W@240&277Vac

Max. output current

8A/7.8A/6.8A

9.7A/9.4A/8.2A

15A/14.2A/12.3A

AC nominal voltage; range

Default:240V single phase optional:208,240or277 single phase 183-228@208V 211-264V@240V 244-305@277V

AC grid frequency; range

60Hz;59.3-60.5Hz

60Hz;59.3-60.5Hz

60Hz;59.3-60.5Hz

Phase shift (cosφ)

1

1

1

THDI

<3%

<3%

<3%

AC connection

Single phase

Single phase

Single phase

Efficiency

 

Max. efficiency

97%

97%

97%

CEC efficiency

96%

96.50%

96.50%

MPPT efficiency

99.50%

99.50%

99.50%

Protection devices

 

Output overvoltage protection-varistor

yes

yes

yes

Ground fault monitoring

yes

yes

yes

Grid monitoring

yes

yes

yes

General Data

 

Dimensions (W / H / D) in mm

360/465/165

360/465/165

360/465/165

Weight

14.6KG

15.1KG

15.9KG

Operating temperature range

-25...+60°C

-25...+60°

-25...+60°

Altitude

Up to 2000m(6560ft) without power derating

Consumption: operating(standby) / night

<5W / < 0.5 W

<5W / < 0.5 W

<5 W / < 0.5 W

Topology

Transformerless

Cooling concept

Natural

Natural

Natural

Enclosure

Type 3R

Type 3R

Type 3R

Features

 

DC connection:

Screw terminal

Screw terminal

Screw terminal

AC connection:

Screw terminal

Screw terminal

Screw terminal

display

LCD

LCD

LCD

Interfaces: RS485/RS232/Bluetooth/RF/Zigbee

yes/yes/opt/opt/opt

Warranty: 5 years/ 10 years / 15 years

yes /opt

yes /opt

yes /opt

Certificates and approvals

UL1741,UL1998 IEEE 1547, CSA C22.2 No.107.1-1,FCC Part15(Class A&B)

 

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Grid Connected Solar Inverter 1500W

 

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Grid Connected Solar Inverter 1500W

 

Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with a solar-powered electric gate system. The solar inverter is responsible for converting the direct current (DC) produced by the solar panels into alternating current (AC) that can be used to power the electric gate system. This allows for efficient and reliable operation of the gate system using solar energy.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with a single solar panel. The purpose of a solar inverter is to convert the direct current (DC) generated by the solar panel into usable alternating current (AC) electricity. Whether you have one or multiple solar panels, a solar inverter is necessary to convert the DC power into AC power that can be used to power electrical appliances or be fed back into the grid.
Q:
A single-phase solar inverter is designed to convert the direct current (DC) produced by a solar panel into alternating current (AC) for use in single-phase electrical systems. It is typically used in residential or small-scale solar installations. On the other hand, a three-phase solar inverter is capable of converting DC power into AC power for use in three-phase electrical systems, which are commonly found in commercial or industrial settings. The main difference lies in the number of phases supported and the scale of the electrical system they are designed for.
Q:Photovoltaic grid-connected inverter problem
But Baidu Encyclopedia clearly pointed out: the zero line is the secondary side of the transformer leads the neutral point of the line, and the phase line constitutes a circuit for power supply equipment.
Q:
The maximum number of AC outputs in a solar inverter can vary depending on the specific model and design, but typically it ranges from one to three AC outputs.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be integrated with a smart home system. This integration allows for monitoring and controlling the solar energy production, as well as optimizing energy usage and managing the overall efficiency of the system.
Q:
A solar inverter can positively impact the value of a property by enhancing its energy efficiency and reducing electricity costs. This renewable energy technology is attractive to potential buyers as it provides clean and sustainable power generation. Additionally, having a solar inverter installed can increase the overall appeal and marketability of a property, making it more desirable in today's environmentally conscious market.
Q:
Solar inverter systems consist of several key components, namely solar panels, the inverter itself, and various electrical elements. The primary component of a solar inverter system is the solar panel. These panels are composed of photovoltaic cells that transform sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. To maximize exposure to sunlight, they are typically installed on rooftops or in open areas. Another crucial component is the inverter, which plays a vital role in converting the DC electricity produced by the solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity, the type commonly used in homes and businesses. Inverters also regulate the electricity flow, ensuring it aligns with the voltage and frequency of the utility grid. In addition to the solar panels and inverter, other electrical components are present in a solar inverter system. These include wiring, switches, fuses, and circuit breakers, which facilitate the connection of the solar panels, inverter, and other equipment to the electrical grid. Monitoring systems and data loggers are often included as well, providing valuable information on energy production and system performance. Lastly, a solar inverter system may incorporate a battery storage system. This allows surplus electricity generated by the solar panels to be stored for later use, such as during periods of low sunlight or power outages. Battery storage systems are gaining popularity as they offer greater energy independence and the ability to utilize solar energy even when sunlight is scarce. In summary, the main constituents of a solar inverter system encompass solar panels, the inverter, electrical elements, and potentially a battery storage system. Each component has a crucial role in harnessing solar energy and converting it into usable electricity for residential and commercial purposes.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with different types of electrical appliances. Solar inverters are designed to convert the direct current (DC) generated by solar panels into alternating current (AC) that is compatible with standard household appliances. As long as the electrical appliances operate on AC power within the inverter's specified power range, they can be used with a solar inverter.
Q:
A solar inverter is equipped with a technology called Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) which allows it to handle shading or partial obstruction of solar panels. MPPT enables the inverter to constantly monitor the output of each individual solar panel and adjust the system's voltage and current accordingly. By doing so, the inverter ensures that the shaded or partially obstructed panels do not significantly affect the overall performance of the solar array. This way, it optimizes the energy production of the unshaded panels while minimizing the impact of shading on the system's efficiency.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Shenzhen,China
Year Established 2010
Annual Output Value 50 million USD
Main Markets Australia, Euro, America, China.
Company Certifications CE, VDE-AR-N4105, FCC,ETL,CEC,CEI 0-21,G83,G59,SAA,CGC

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3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Hongkong
Export Percentage 60%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 260
Language Spoken: English, Chinese
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size: 500-1000
No. of Production Lines 8
Contract Manufacturing None
Product Price Range 300-40000 USD

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