KACO new energy will be exhibiting at PV America 2015 in Boston, MA. on March 9 -10 at booth 419

Introducing next generation single phase inverters for residential and small commercial projects.

KACO new energy is pleased to introduce our next generation single phase inverters for residential and small commercial projects. This new line offers the convenience of all-in-one features like an integrated Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI), multiple MPPT channels, an optional integrated revenue grade meter, AC and DC overcurrent protection, and DC disconnection means; representing a range of installer time saving features never before seen from a leading global inverter manufacturer. The TL1 line is available in four size options: 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, and 5.0 kW. Each size model is available in six different feature packages so that you can get exactly the right inverter for your project.


For more information please visit us at http://www.kaco-newenergy.com

About KACO new energy
KACO new energy is amongst the world's largest manufacturers of solar inverters. With 850 employees and offices in 16 countries, the company offers inverters for every array size, from the smallest homes to the largest solar farms of hundreds of Megawatts. KACO new energy's US headquarters is based in San Antonio, TX and the production facilities there, in Germany and Asia have supplied nearly 7 Gigawatts of inverters since 1999. The company was the first inverter manufacturer to achieve fully carbon-neutral production and is rapidly heading towards power self-sufficiency.

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