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Module Inverters And Optimisers In Premium


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Hello Chris,
 
The option with the star icon can be used for planning with optimizers, e.g. from the company Tigo. When you select the red star icon then the software assume that you have an optimizer on every module. This means every module is working in the optimum MPP and you don’t have losses due to potentially different MPP tracking ranges. The losses due to mismatch are also set to zero in the simulation. 
 

It is a bit different if SolarEdge Power Optimizers should be used. Here we have a special solution were we have combined the characteristics of the SolarEdge Power Optimizers and the SolarEdge inverters in one device. In the planning you have to select the Optimizer and you can simulate the correct yield with it. The inverters don’t play a role in the simulation but of course you have to keep them in mind for the installation on the roof. This solution is tested by SolarEdge.

 

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  • 3 years later...

Hi,

just a short update: In the meanwhile we fully overhauled the design and simulation of PV plants with power optimizers, both module integrated (like Maxim) and external (like SolarEdge or Tigo). It is available in PV*SOL premium 2018.

https://www.valentin-software.com/en/news/product-news/new-pvsol-premium-2018-import-3d-models

Martin

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