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Power Electronics Introduce Utility-scale Inverter With Wide MPPt

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Power Electronics has introduced the Freesun HE Gen II for Q4 2014, a powerful air cooled indoor utility-scale inverter with the widest MPPt window in the market ever. The company claim that 5.2m can power 1.7MW solar power stations, with its built-in modularity and redundancy that enhance its fault tolerance and availability rates.

After releasing Freesun HEC and HEC+ in Q1 2014 with success, now Freesun HE Gen II is available, the indoor modular and redundant utility scale inverter, ranging from 450kW to 1700kW. Engineered for serviceability and ease of maintenance, Freesun HE offers up to ten withdrawable conversion modules with an easy front access and direct rear cooling. It can be integrated in concrete stations HESr or 40" ISO container HET, allowing worldwide integrators and EPCs to play with different solutions but all with the same core.

The Freesun HE Gen II integrates advances in control and construction: three output voltage levels 360Vac, 380Vac and 400Vac with the widest MPPt windows in the market by using the cutting edge motor control techniques, hyper range of power factor, reactive control during the night, added utility interactive functionalities, zonal VSD fan control without dust filters and automatic derating above 50 ° C or 820Vcc.

Recently, the firm had success in the UK with 1.2GW set to be installed by April 2015, eight service locations and over thirty field technicians.

"The Freesun HE Gen II is based on intense and close work with the key players of the PV solar sector. Our product has been tested under the harshest environments in Mauritania and the United Kingdom, and now we are boosting its capacity to provide more cost competitive solutions to a price oriented PV market. This, when combined with our commitment to 24h technical service, are undoubtedly the best guarantees available for EPCs, developers and investment firms that have, in the past, relied and will continue to rely on Power Electronics " says Lalo Salvo, Technical Vice President. 


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