Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for
renewables, launched the Company's three-phase 1000Vdc commercial
inverter SG25CX-SA for Brazilian 220V grid system, showcasing its
commitment to the flexibility and reliability of regional grid voltage
requirement in commercial and industrial (C&I) applications.
three-phase inverter SG25CX-SA with unparalleled performance is ideal
for Brazilian 220V grid condition which accounts for 55% of diversified
local grid voltage modes. Equipped with multiple MPPTs, the 25kW
inverter is accessible to be installed in diverse commercial PV plants
and guarantees optimal power generation even in the shade. It can be
compatible with bifacial modules, offering higher yields and lower LCOE
Particularly with an ingress protection level of IP66 and an
anti-corrosion grade of C5, it's able to accomplish the feat with
stunning efficiency with improved resilience. Designed with smart forced
air-cooling technology, the inverter can operate without derating at
scorching weather conditions. With Built-in PID (potential induced
degradation) recovery function, the SG25CX-SA can significantly reduce power loss.
It enables remote firmware update, touch free commission and can
co-work with Sungrow's intelligent monitoring system iSolarCloud, which
offers a graphical readout of timely plant production, as well as the
status of the PV array and inverter via portable smart devices.
"We are enthused to bring forth another standout innovation SG25CX-SA, a typical three-phase inverter for 220V grid for Brazil, maximizing ROI for our customers at unforeseen levels," said Rafael Ribeiro,
Country Manager of Sungrow Brazil. "Along with the rapid development of
the comprehensive technical support, sales, after-sale service, we're
confident to navigate more in this vibrant emerging market," he added.
Since entering Brazil in late 2010s, Sungrow has been making big moves with inverters supplied across the country, including an 80MW project in Brazil and hundreds of distributed generations in partnership with local distributors. Sungrow took the first place in market share across Brazil in 2019, according to IHS Markit.