Tigo announces launch of the TS4-R – offering the most cost effective MLPE to any Retrofit Solar Installation on the market
TS4-R enables Plug and Play MLPE functionality for any Solar Module, retrofit or new, for as low as 2 Cents per watt
LOS GATOS, Calif., February 2nd, 2016 - Tigo, the Smart Module market leader, today announced the availability of the TS4-R. The TS4-R joins the family of the TS4 Platform which enables module manufacturers and installers to standardize on a single platform and utilize any of the cost effective Module Level Power Electronic (MLPE) functions currently available.
The TS4-R is a Retrofit or Add-on universal base. The TS4-R addresses the need for a retrofit solution that can be mounted on any existing installed PV system, connected into the existing PV module JBox, improving energy harvesting, greater flexibility, and increased control over project to the existing PV system. The offering for the retrofit project is composed of a two-piece solution: the TS4-R base, which is added on the solar module, and its covers, plug-and-play MLPE which can be swapped in and out. It supports any of the wide offering of the existing TS4 Platform functional covers. It can also be designed into a new system.
Like the TS4-B (Smart Module JBox), the TS4-R can be fit with any of the 5 different covers:
• A customer can choose any of the 5 currently shipping covers (announced 2015):
TS4-L Long String
Attach any of the above covers to the TS4-R and get the functionality desired for the specific project at the lowest cost in the market.
• The TS4-R is available for purchase immediately in 3 pre-assembled versions:
And of course as a stand-alone base:
TS4-R: Retrofit/add-on unit that can accommodate any TS4 Cover.
A customer can order the TS4-R as a stand-alone unit or buy a specific pre-assembled version like a TS4-R-O which is TS4-R plus TS4-O. Orders are accepted immediately, for price and delivery call +1.408.402.0802 ext. 1, email firstname.lastname@example.org or check our website at Tigoenergy.com
"The TS4 platform has been adopted by industry leading PV module partners. We are excited to introduce the TS4-R platform, which is a natural extension of our strategy," said Zvi Alon, CEO of Tigo. "Tigos platform is already the most flexible in the world, working with all the major inverter and module manufacturers globally. The introduction of TS4-R gives the market the ability to deploy state of the art solution to existing installations, increasing the energy produced at the lowest ROI. In addition, installers get a greater degree of control over what they want and need for any given project."
Tigo is the market leader in smart module technology for the solar industry. The Silicon Valley Company utilizes a patented technology to increase energy production, simplify design and installation, improve fire safety, and ensure the highest uptime and reliability with cloud-based monitoring. Tigos modular TS4 platform can be selectively deployed with different functionalities per module at different price points utilizing Predictive IV (PIV) technology to maximize energy harvest at minimal cost. Tigos integrated solution is the first and most successful smart module solution in the industry.
Tigo was founded in 2007 by a team of experienced technologists. Tigo developed the first generation Smart Module Optimizer technology for the solar industry. By partnering with module and inverter manufacturers in the industry, Tigo is able to focus on its key innovation and leverage the broader ecosystem. Tigo has operations in the USA, across Europe, Japan, China, Australia and the Middle East.
Tigo is online at tigoenergy.com
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