125kW PV inverter has 20 power outputs

125kW PV inverter has 20 power outputs

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By Nick Flaherty

The M125U is a wall mounted grid-tied three-phase transformerless PV inverter designed for large commercial and utility scale projects. It includes an integrated smart combiner box with string level current monitoring, AC and DC surge protection and disconnects, and arc fault circuit protection. The string monitoring function precisely records real-time current value up to 20 strings. It has an electrolytic capacitor free design and NEMA 4X protection with operation up to 60°C.

It has also launched a Delta’s newest grid-tied 30kW energy storage system, the ES30, is an innovative solution that integrates feature-rich a power conditioning system for commercial and industrial applications. The flexible Delta ES30 Cabinet incorporates dual sourced lithium-ion battery modules and a Battery Management System (BMS).

Embedded a 30kW dual port power conditioning system (PCS) that  supports power flow from storage-to-grid and grid-to-storage. Multiple ES30 units can work in parallel to support higher power applications.

Multiple operation modes means the ES30 fully supports commercial buildings and behind-the-meter applications to optimise energy usage and lower operational costs. Demand charge management features include peak shaving, time-of-use optimization via load shifting, renewables self-consumption optimization, and ancillary power services.

“Delta has one of the broadest solution lineups in the industry,” said M.S. Huang, President of Delta Americas. “With our latest products, we’re bringing complete, end-to-end solution options to all aspects of the solar market. Our leading technologies and innovative system design offer more flexibility and scalability for our customers. The M125U features industry-leading output power when compared to other PV string inverters on the market, and our ES30, is an innovative offering that integrates a PCS and ESS into one system.”


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