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Enphase Energy Micro Inverter

The Enphase Energy Micro inverter shifts DC to AC conversion from a large, centralized inverter to a compact unit attached directly to each solar module in the power system. Distributing the conversion process to each module makes the entire solar power system more productive, reliable, and smarter than traditional inverter systems. Follow this link for a complete selection of Enphase accessories for the M190, M210, M215 and D380 series of micro-inverters at low, discount prices.

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Enphase Energy Inverter, 215W, 208VAC-240VAC
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Enphase Energy Inverter, 215W, 208VAC-240VAC
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Enphase Energy Micro Inverter MC4
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Enphase M210 Inverter for 72 cell PV solar panels
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Enphase Energy Inverter M190-72-240-S12
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Enphase Energy Inverter M190-72-208-S12
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Enphase Energy Inverter M210-84-208-S12
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Enphase Energy Inverter M190-72-240-S13
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Enphase Energy Inverter M190-72-208-S13
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Enphase D380-72-2LL-S12 Inverter, Twin Panel 4mm locking connector
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Enphase D380-72-2LL-S13 Inverter, Twin Panel Tyco connector
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Enphase Energy IEMU-03 Management Unit
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Solar Power Your Home

This video provides an introduction to Enphase Energy and its micro inverter solar products.




This video walks through the five easy steps on how to install the Enphase Micro-inverter for residential or commercial solar power systems.



Enphase Energy is the solution to Solar Power Challenges

Solar power production is affected by various factors such as module mis-match, obstruction shading, inter-row shading, and obstacles such as dust or debris. In addition, non-uniform changes in temperature, irradiance, and shading create complex current-voltage curves, further affecting energy harvest. This is due to the fact that in traditional systems the performance of the entire system is dictated by the performance of the weakest module. The Enphase Energy Microinverter System solves solar power challenges by performing Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) at each solar module. MPPT is an algorithm used to calculate and respond to temperature and light changes detected on a solar power system, and to determine how much power to draw from the module. In contrast, centralized inverter’s MPPT algorithm sees the entire solar power system as a single module, and responds to the lowest production numbers it detects.

Increased Productivity

The Enphase MPPT algorithm works at each solar module in an installation and achieves greater than 99.6% accuracy which enables it to maximize energy harvest at all times, even during variable light conditions. Tests show systems using Enphase Microinverters increase energy harvest by as much as 25% over systems using traditional inverters.

More Reliable Power Performance

Traditional centralized inverters implementations create a single point of failure for solar power systems. If the inverter fails, the entire system is disabled. Enphase Microinverters convert power independently at each solar module. If one microinverter fails, the rest continue to operate as usual. Also, if a microinverter is damaged or fails, it can be replaced during routine maintenance or when convenient, further reducing maintenance costs.

Reduced Operational Costs

With the Enphase Microinverter System, installers are no longer limited by string design, marginal designs, co-planarity, and matched modules. The space, heat, and noise associated with a large inverter are eliminated. Enphase Microinverter Systems improve mechanical integration, reduce wiring time, and remove the need for DC switching points.

Flexibility

Another benefit of the distributed microinverter design is the potential for installations to be expanded over time. An initial set of solar modules can be installed and additional modules added as needs and budgets grow without requiring the replacement of a large centralized inverter.

Enphase IPO

Enphase Energy Inc., the largest provider of microinverters for solar panels, raised $51.1 million in its initial public offering, about half of what it initially sought. The company sold 8.97 million shares at $6 each according to a filing (ENPH), the bottom of its expected range. Existing backers agreed to buy 2.5 million of the shares. Enphase reduced the price range March 28, 2012 to $6 to $7, from an earlier range of $10 to $12. The company, based in Petaluma, California, said it was seeking to raise as much as $100 million when it initially filed to go public in June.

Proceeds will fund expansion into new countries in Europe and Asia and technology improvements, Paul Nahi, Enphase’s chief executive officer, said today by telephone. That may include improvements to the company’s networking system that lets customers monitor performance of their solar panels.

The shares began trading today on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol ENPH and climbed 22 percent to $7.34 at the close in New York. That gives it a market value (Nasdaq: ENPH) of $274 million, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Enphase makes microinverters that convert the direct current produced by solar panels into alternating current that is routed to the grid. Solar farms typically connect multiple panels to one, large inverter, while Enphase’s smaller products are designed to be wired to a single panel. The company says this increases efficiency.