TMEIC Develops and Commences Sales of 1500V PV Inverters - Realizing the World’s Highest Level of Compactness

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Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (hereinafter, “TMEIC”; President & CEO Masahiko Yamawaki) currently has developed and commenced sales of its SOLAR WARETM 2220/2550*1 for large-capacity PV systems.

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SOLAR WARE™ 2220/2550

The new inverters are the 1500V series indoor inverters with a single unit capacity of 2222kW and 2550kW, respectively. Products are available in overseas markets. With the latest development of its 1500V series of PV inverters realizing the world’s highest level in terms of compactness along with conventional high conversion efficiency, product quality and cost competitiveness, TMEIC continues to contribute to maximizing customer benefits as an industry leader.

Features and Benefits of SOLAR WARE™ 2220/2550

1. World’s highest level in terms of compactness by increasing AC output capacity per installation space by 2.76-fold compared with conventional model*2 Realized 7.6% reduction in size compared with conventional large-capacity model*3 and AC output capacity increased to 1.4MVA/m2.

2. SOLAR WARE™ 2220/2550 operates without de-rating*4 at a surrounding temperature of up to 50C.

3. Night-time VAR compensation function stabilizes grid.

4. Enhanced safety through TMEIC’s proprietary DC input circuit system.





*1 “SOLAR WARE” is a trade mark of TMEIC in Japan, the United States, India, China and the EU.

*2 In the case of SOLAR WARE 2550

*3 SOLAR WARE 1000, 1000V series of indoor PV inverters

*4 De-rating refers to a state of operation that narrows the output capacity of a PV inverter in accordance with the surrounding temperature. It switches the mode of operation so that the output capacity of the PV inverter is reduced when the surrounding temperature exceeds the initial setting.

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