The Sunny Tripower 15000TL / 20000TL / 25000TL is the ideal inverter for commercial solar plants. Not only does it deliver extraordinary high yields with an efficiency of 98.4 %, but it also offers enormous design flexibility and compatibility with many PV modules thanks to its multistring capabilities and wide input voltage range.
The future is now: the Sunny Tripower 15000TL / 20000TL / 25000TL comes with cutting-edge grid management functions such as
Integrated Plant Control, which allows the inverter to regulate reactive power at the point of common coupling. Separate controllers are no longer needed, lowering system costs. Another new feature-reactive power provision on demand (QonDemand24/7).
Partial shade on a PV array is sometimes unavoidable. If not correctly managed, it can affect the performance of your entire system. But with the patented SMA ShadeFix function in your Sunny Tripower, the effect of partial shade is minimised allowing your PV system to operate as though there was no shade.
With the Modbus protocol interface, SMA makes flexible integration of inverters possible. Through the use of this well-known industry standard, you can integrate SMA inverters into your systems without having to follow the SMA-specific inverter protocol.
The ideal solution for the expansion of existing PV systems that already use RS485 communication. The RS485 interface can be retrofitted and guarantees the proven, cable-based SMA fieldbus communication via RS485 for simple connection to a data logger with a cable length of up to 1,200 meters.
As a multifunction interface, the SMA Power Control Module ensures the implementation of grid management services and therefore compliance with the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) 2012. In addition, the SMA Power Control Module is equipped with a multifunction relay to process various operating states of the inverter.
The Speedwire/Webconnect data module is a Speedwire communication interface with Webconnect function for inverters.
The multifunction relay can be used for various purposes whereby you select one of six operating modes for controlling the multifunction relay: fault indication, increased self-consumption, load control, battery charging, fan control and signal transmission at the start of feed-in operation.