SOLIVIA Solar Inverters now compatible with Solar-Log Monitoring Solutions from Solare Datensysteme GmbH
All European String and Central Inverter models from Delta are compatible with the new monitoring solution, offering three different products – the Solar-Log200, Solar-Log500 and Solar-Log1000. The three monitoring systems differ in the number of inverters they are able to support and in the way of operation. The Solar-Log200 supports one inverter, the Solar-Log500 supports up to ten inverters and the Solar-Log1000 supports up to 100 inverters. All models can be operated via the web browser in the network, the Solar-Log500 as well as the Solar-Log1000 can be operated via the monitoring product display.
The monitoring solutions offer many advantages as they inform the operator on energy harvest as well as send alert messages in case of a breakdown of the installation. Daily monitoring ensures functional reliability of the PV installation. Graphic and tabular analyses can be run for daily, monthly or annual reports. The Solar-LogTM products can be purchased directly from Solare Datensysteme GmbH, the Safer´Sun products from Meteocontrol can still be purchased from Delta.
Delta Electronics (Netherlands) B.V.
Delta Electronics Group is the world's largest provider of switching power supplies, as well as a major source for power management solutions, components, visual displays, industrial automation, networking products, and renewable energy solutions. More than 60,000 people work for Delta all over the world in sales, development and production. The total revenue for Delta Group is greater than USD 5 billion.
Delta’s subsidiary, Delta Energy Systems, has been investing in the development and marketing of solar inverter products since 1999 and successfully supports Delta’s mission: "To provide innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow."
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