( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-03-20 10:27:13 )
Ellzee, 20.03.2017. With immediate effect the SolarMax Group is offering its 6 to 32 kilowatt three-phase string inverters with free additional features. With every order for MT and HT series inverters the group is gifting its customers one MaxWeb XPN data logger per photovoltaic system. The data logger has been on the market since autumn 2016 and acts as the remote monitoring hub, recording current measurements, yield data and events.
This self-learning energy management centre regulates the energy flow and passes the energy requirement on to the availability. The MaxWebportal, for the use of which there is a small annual fee, enables the visualisation of all power production, self-consumption and power saved. The inverter manufacturer will be continuing this offer until at least the end of the year.
Integrated grid and plant protection
Further special features that the two inverter series offer include integrated grid and system protection, both of which are prescribed for photovoltaic systems with a capacity of 30 kilowatts and above. With Series MT and HT inverters, SolarMax customers can simply use the internal power supply as a section switch for the central grid and system protection.
“Both device types enjoy great market popularity. Our customers particularly appreciate the high efficiency rates and the flexibility of the design”, explains Pierre Kraus, managing director of SolarMax Sales and Service GmbH, adding: “We are pleased to be able to offer free supplementary functions in addition to the grid and system protection.”
About the SolarMax Group
The SolarMax Group was founded in June 2015 in Ellzee, Bavaria. The enterprise develops, manufactures and sells string and central inverters for grid-connected solar power systems, technical accessories and plant monitoring solutions. The principal shareholder is the Waldstetten (Bavaria) based RenerVest Group.
The investment group has ten years experience in the renewable energy sector. In addition to the brand rights and production equipment, the company also took over the stock and Internet portal from the insolvent Sputnik Engineering AG, as well as the service centre in Annaberg-Buchholz (Saxony).