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Danfoss TLX SmartTechnology Focus: DesignSmart
- Published: Wednesday, 02 November 2011 08:04
DesignSmart: Greater String Flexibility The design flexibility can have a quantifiable impact on the amount of energy produced and the amount lost.
Design flexibility allows you to utilise the area available to the fullest. TLX inverters take advantage of numerous advanced features, built into the inverter, making it possible for you to maximise energy output over the lifecycle of your PV set up.
Arrange It How You Want
The option of longer strings, which the 1000 VDC permits allows for more modules in a series. The TLX inverter has no problem handling strings in both parallel and individual configuration so strings can be connected in either uniform or mixed configuration. As the inverter can handle higher voltage than traditional string inverters, it is possible to connect more modules to each string.
Multiple MPP Tracking a Major Advantage
With the TLX inverter series MPPT capability, both the number of power point trackers and the voltage range are maximised. The possibility of designing systems with varying roof angles, positioning or differing amounts of modules per sting is therefore possible.
Lesser Impact from Shading on Yield
The high ratio of MPPTs compensates for shading in the winter season without significant yield losses. Ground mounted as well as rooftop systems can accept closer module alignment, thereby creating the opportunity to install more PV per square meter.
Asymmetric Layout for Optimum Utilisation
When the level of the generated PV power differs from one input to the next, the PV configuration is defined as asymmetric. The option of making this configuration means utilisation of roof areas on different locations, some less optimal than others where less PV ultimately will then be set up.
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