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Solis Solar Inverter

  • Max. efficiency 98.1%
  • Complies with Western Power, SA, VIC, QLD, and NSW grid requirements
  • Integrate with adjustable Volt-Watt and Volt-Var function
  • DRM integrated, fully comply with AS4777.2:2015
  • Built-in DC-PV2 Switch, comply with AS/NZS 5033 requirements
  • Support 24h consumption monitoring with a smart meter
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Inverter Features, Monitoring details

Data Logging Stick:

  • Quick installation and easy operation enabling local and remote monitoring
  • Mobile APP installation for Android and IOS
  • Flexible outdoor rated Wi-Fi connection

Wi-Fi Data Logging Stick: LAN

  • Quick installation and easy operation
  • Plug and play functionality
  • Stable and reliable LAN connection

Data Logging Stick: GPRS

  • Quick installation and easy operation
  • Plug and play functionality
  • Easy visualization of data and other information via mobile device
  • GPRS communication enabling mobile monitoring anytime anywhere

Features Of Product

  • Solis manufactures everything in house in their own purpose built manufacturing facility.
  • Products are engineered to deliver long and reliable service. Service and assistance is available from our locally based office during normal office hours five days a week.
  • Product is backed by a locally supported industry standard 5 year ‘out of the box’ Warranty. You also have the option of extending this warranty for an additional 5 years by registering your residential inverter to have a full 10yr locally backed Optimum warranty. This is available on all Solis residential inverters from 0.7-20kw in size, single and three phase.
  • Designed for functionality yet has a contemporary finish so that it does not become an unsightly and dominant feature when installed on your home.

Solis Australasia pty ltd

Ginlong Technologies (Stock Code: 300763.SZ), founded in 2005, is one of the most experienced and largest manufacturers of solar inverters. Ginlong's cost-effective solutions for residential, commercial, and utility-scale consumers add value at every stage of the solar supply chain, involving homes, businesses, power producers, and renewable energy investors worldwide. The company's solar inverter product line, marketed under the Solis brand, employs unique string technology to deliver first-rate reliability, as certified by the most stringent international certifications. Ginlong optimises their Solis inverters for each regional market by combining a worldwide supply chain with world-class R&D and production skills, while also servicing and supporting its clients with a team of local experts. Proven bankability has garnered backing from the world's largest financial institutions, ensuring strong long-term returns on investment. Working with stakeholders to speed the world's transition to a more sustainable future.

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Helpful Faq’s

Currently, there are two federal government incentives in Australia for homeowners installing solar panels, which include Small-scale Technology Certificates and Feed-in Tariffs. Some of the states provides additional rebates when you install solar power on your home.

  • Small-Scale Technology Certificates (STCs)
  • Feed-in Tariffs.
  • Empowering Homes solar battery loan.
  • Solar for Low-income Households.
  • State Government Rebates (Subject to Eligibility)

The most popular solar system sizes depend on your electricity usage. Here's a general guideline:

  • For homes with a quarterly bill of $350-$500: A 6.6 kW system is common.
  • For homes with a quarterly bill of $500-$800: A 10 kW system is ideal.
  • For three-phase power properties: Systems of 10 kW or more are popular due to feed-in tariff benefits.
  • Your budget: While LG NeON panels perform well, they may cost more than others. Consider the cost-benefit balance based on your budget and priorities.
  • Your electricity needs: The FAQ mentioned system sizes based on quarterly electricity bills. Estimate your needs to determine the appropriate system size (kW).
  • Sun exposure: If your roof gets limited sunlight, LG NeON's double-sided design might be advantageous. Standard panels may suffice with good sun exposure.
  • Roof space: Higher wattage panels need less space, but efficiency (LG NeON) might be more important if space is limited.
  • Local regulations: Check for any local regulations that might influence your choice.
  • Warranty: Look for panels with strong warranties (like LG's 25 years) for long-term performance.

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