SolarEdge Announces Revenue Grade Single Phase Inverters - ANSI C12.1 Certified

SolarEdge is excited to announce the availability of single phase inverters with revenue grade production data certified to ANSI C12.1. The new offering is the first of its kind in the North American market and demonstrates SolarEdge's leadership in providing customers an advantage in faster, lower cost installations.

SolarEdge is excited to announce the availability of single phase inverters with revenue grade production data certified to ANSI C12.1. The new offering is the first of its kind in the North American market and demonstrates SolarEdge's leadership in providing customers an advantage in faster, lower cost installations.


The new SolarEdge inverters will report revenue grade production data directly to the SolarEdge monitoring portal.

This data can be exported from the SolarEdge monitoring portal and used by customers to collect rebates, such as PBI and SREC credits. When using three phase inverters, an RGM can be connected externally as described in the application note "Connecting a Revenue Grade Meter to SolarEdge Devices", available here. Availability Revenue grade inverters will ship beginning in April 2014.

Revenue grade inverters have a minimum operating temperature of -13°F / -25°C, and have the same specifications as the non-revenue grade inverters, with the exception of production data accuracy. The full specifications can be found in the inverter datasheet.

Warranty
Like all SolarEdge inverters, revenue grade inverters have a standard 12 year warranty, extendable to 20 or 25 years.

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