KACO new energy's latest: the Powador 20.0 TL3

The German inverter manufacturer introduces its strongest wall mounted device so far. Available as of now.

Neckarsulm, 24th October 2013 – KACO new energy has started delivery of the Powador 20.0 TL3. The new inverter is the flagship of the company's three-phase inverters in the medium power range.


With an AC power of 17.0 kVA the youngest exponent of the TL3-series transports all the features that installers and owners have come to appreciate into a new dimension: double MPP-tracking (symmetrical and asymmetrical loading up to 14.9 kW per tracker), European efficiency rating of 97.6%, integrated webserver and a USB-port for updates.

Still in the well-known stable die cast enclosure with roughly 40 kg, KACO new energy's most powerful wall-mounted inverter belongs to the lightest on the market in his output class.

Starting with single installations in the medium power range up to solar parks with a decentralized layout, the Powador 20.0 TL3 is recommended as a highly cost efficient solution.

About KACO new energy

KACO new energy is one of the world's largest manufacturers of grid-tie inverters for feeding solar energy. The company offers a comprehensive range of solar inverters for everything from single-family homes to multi-megawatt solar farms. KACO new energy is based in Neckarsulm, Germany and has been producing inverters with a cumulative capacity of nearly six gigawatts since 1999. KACO new energy was the first company in the photovoltaic industry to manufacture inverters (the Powador model) in a completely CO2-neutral way. In addition to grid-tie and battery-based solar inverters, the company also supplies inverters for combined heat and power plants and concentrator modules as well as energy storage systems for solar power plants.

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