“Mini” solar inverter combines best of centralized and micro inverters, says CyboEnergy

The Mini-Inverter from CyboSoft combines aspects of centralized and microinverters. CyboSoft’s Model-Free Adaptive (MFA) control and optimization technology supports the solar inverter.

June 13, 2011 — CyboEnergy, a subsidiary of CyboSoft, General Cybernation Group Inc., will introduce the CyboInverter solar photovoltaic (PV) power mini-inverter at Intersolar North America.

Intersolar North America takes place July 12-14, 2011 in San Francisco, co-located with SEMICON West. Visit CyboEnergy at booth 8242, floor 2, Moscone West.

CyboSoft’s Model-Free Adaptive (MFA) control and optimization technology supports the CyboInverter. The Mini-Inverter combines aspects of centralized and microinverters:

  • Multiple input channels connect to multiple solar PV modules, even if the modules are different types, sizes, and sunlight orientations.
  • A CyboInverter can perform Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) on each connected solar module.
    A number of CyboInverters that connect to a mixed number and variety of PV modules can easily daisy chain with standard AC power cables and generate a total power equal to the summation of the AC power supplied by each CyboInverter. 
  • CyboInverters work in grid-tie and off-grid installations.

CyboEnergy is a subsidiary of CyboSoft, General Cybernation Group Inc., developing, manufacturing, marketing, and servicing energy and clean energy product lines.

CyboSoft provides control technology: process control, building control, and equipment control. Website: www.cybosoft.com.

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