PV Powered StarInverter PVP5200

In time for the solar industry’s largest national trade show, Oregon-based PV Powered launched a new grid-tie inverter. The new StarInverter PVP5200 (240 volt) joins the company’s StarInverter PVP4600 (208 volt. PV Powered markets their products through distributors SunWize Technologies, DC Power Systems, Solar Depot, Conergy, Rexel USA, Turtle and Hughes, and Energy Outfitters. For more information pulled directly from the company’s press release, see below.

Some of the features of the PVP5200 and PVP4600 include: – No power de-rating – requires no fan – Broad DC input range – Free Command Center Software to view system performance – Easy to read vacuum fluorescent display with data logging capabilities standard – 10-year warranty The PVP5200 is well positioned for installations that have traditionally required multiple inverters or those used on today’s larger homes with higher levels of electricity usage. For California residents, the PVP5200 and PVP4600 will generate an average rebate that is $200 higher than competing inverter models. As the only company that is completely focused on the grid-connective inverter market, PV Powered has leveraged the latest technologies, topologies, and algorithms to develop the PVP5200 and the PVP4600-208, the most advanced grid-tied inverters on the market today. PV Powered’s one-of-a-kind StarInverter product line offers PV solar inverter solutions for the residential and commercial markets. PV Powered markets their products through distributors SunWize Technologies, DC Power Systems, Solar Depot, Conergy, Rexel USA, Turtle and Hughes, and Energy Outfitters. Headquartered in Bend, Oregon, PV Powered designs, manufactures and markets utility interactive photovoltaic inverters for the renewable energy marketplace. With operations located across four states, PV Powered brings together one of the most experienced design teams in power electronics. For more information on PV Powered or the StarInverter product line, please contact Brian Dupin at 650-906-2936 or Cynthia Leonard at 541-312-3832, or visit PV Powered’s Web Site at www.pvpowered.com.
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