On the occasion of Intersolar in Munich to be held from 19 to 21 June, Fronius will present a inverter prototype hybrid capable of storing energy in batteries it produces.

The hybrid inverter is activated when the solar power product is not consumed immediately. It stores allow renewable electricity for later use, for example during the night. On the other hand, the power supply remains ensured even if a power supply failure.

Fronius accurate with its modular design, the battery capacity can be increased at any time and flexible way: “A battery can be added later.” In addition, innovative communication channels (web server, WLAN, Ethernet) allow the operator to keep a constant eye on the performance of the PV system.

According to the German specialist of solar products, the final product will be commercially available in 2014.

“For Fronius, 2013 is the year of innovations. We are pleased to introduce many innovations at Intersolar,” said Martin Hackl, director of Solar Electronics division of Fronius International GmbH.

Fronius Symo – a small three-phase inverter for maximum flexibility

This unit without transformer, available in power classes 3.0 kW, 3.7 kW 4.5 kW, ensures maximum yields and an optimal injection symmetrical. The provision of reactive power and voltage support to help support the final grid in static and dynamic. The Fronius Symo will be available worldwide from the fourth quarter of 2013 (excluding the United States). Other classes of power will be gradually available.

Fronius Galvo – an inverter future for small installations self-consumption

Classes with small power voluntarily, the Fronius Galvo one hand allows for self-consumption important. The Energy Management Relay integrated with a real-time clock allows precise control of consumers and helps to optimize the self-consumption. The characteristic “phase” also promotes self-consumption, as in the case of a private connection phase all consumers are connected to the same phase. The start of production is planned for July 2013.

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