FRONIUS USA LAUNCHING FRONIUS GALVO STRING INVERTER AT SOLAR POWER INTERNATIONAL 2013

Fronius USA will launch the newest addition to its impressive string inverter lineup at Solar Power International 2013 with the single-phase Fronius Galvo.

Portage, IN (August 16, 2013) – Fronius USA will launch the newest addition to its impressive string inverter lineup at Solar Power International 2013 with the single-phase Fronius Galvo. Available from 1.5 kW to 3.1 kW, the Fronius Galvo inverter uses innovative technologies to deliver a future-proof solution for residential applications and small photovoltaic (PV) systems. For example, it features integrated datalogging, a simple connection to the Internet via wireless LAN, and plug-in card technology for retrofitting additional functions. An integrated energy management function makes it particularly suitable for self-consumption PV systems, and it can be mounted indoors or outdoors for added convenience.


Fronius USA will exhibit in booth #625 at Solar Power International.

About Fronius USA
Fronius USA, LLC is a subsidiary of Fronius International GmbH, headquartered in Wels, Austria. Specializing in energy conversion technologies, with separate divisions for Solar Electronics, Welding Technology and Battery Charging Systems, Fronius International GmbH has more than 65 years of experience and employs more than 3,000 people globally. For more information, visit www.fronius-usa.com.

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