Solar combiner from Bentek Solar

Bentek Solar announced that Schneider Electric will use its Solar Bi-Polar Array Combiner, introduced earlier this month at Solar Power International.

(October 29, 2010)Bentek Solar, designer and maker of optimized configure-to-order (CTO) solar combiners and re-combiners, announced that Schneider Electric will use its Solar Bi-Polar Array Combiner, introduced earlier this month at Solar Power International.

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“The Bi-Polar Combiner was designed and manufactured specifically for solar inverters such as the Schneider Electric Xantrex GT30 Grid Tie Inverter. Customers have been requesting a Bi-Polar combiner and a Grid Tie Inverter that works as a transformerless bi-polar design. This gives customers a very small, efficient footprint, which lends well to rooftop and electrical room installations,” said John H. Buckley, sales and marketing at Bentek Solar.

The Bi-Polar Combiner suits for Bi-Polar Arrays up to 500VDC. The combiners feature a finger-safe design and options for integrated disconnect and current sense. Additionally, all Bi-Polar Combiners come standard with lockable NEMA 4X fiberglass enclosures and are UL1741 listed and CSA 22.2 certified.

For more information about Bentek Solar’s Bi-Polar Array Combiner or to view online data sheets, visit www.BentekSolar.com.

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