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Solar Panel Micro-Inverters

The solar micro-inverter is a relatively new, compact inverter technology fitted to a solar panel.  As with central inverters, their job is to convert the direct current (DC) produced by the panel to alternating current (AC) for use in your home or business.  The current from several micro-inverters is combined and fed into a single supply – in contrast to a single, central inverter device that is connected to multiple solar panels.

Why choose Micro-Inverters?

Micro-inverters have several advantages:

In the event of even the smallest amount of shading through tree cover, leaf debris, snow cover or a panel failure – the output of the entire solar system remains more balanced and stable .

Systems using Micro-inverters enable each panel to be independently controlled and monitored.  You can also expand your system using different panel sizes and outputs. As micro-inverters carry lower voltage than central inverters, they are safer easier to install.

Our Micro-Inverters are available to trade and direct to the public.

Tigo Power Optimizers

tigo TS4 power optimiser

The Tigo TS4 Platform enables cost effective Module Level Power Electronic (MLPE) functions, improving energy harvesting, greater flexibility, and increased control over the system.

The TS4-R may be retrofitted on any existing installed PV system, or designed into a new system.

“The TS4 platform has been adopted by industry leading PV module partners,” said Zvi Alon, CEO of Tigo. “Tigo’s platform is already the most flexible in the world, working with all the major inverter and module manufacturers globally. The introduction of TS4-R gives the market the ability to deploy state of the art solution to existing installations, increasing the energy produced at the lowest ROI.”

View the full Tigo TS4-R specifications.

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