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SMA Sunny highpower PEAK1 – 75kW

This innovative solution for large commercial and industrial plants combines the advantages of a modular system layout with the design and technology of centralized inverters. Offering a flexible and efficient system.

The system consists of four components:

1] highly efficient inverters
2] Combine Box
3] Inverter manager
4] Easy commissioning with the LCS commissioning tool

Innovative solution for commercial and industrial photovoltaic systems. High performance, flexible system dimensioning, simple installation and commissioning.

This solution consists of 4 components:
1] highly efficient inverters
2] combiner boxes,
3] central SMA Inverter Manager
4] LCS commissioning tool

1] Inverter Sunny Highpower PEAK1

No other inverter weighing only 77 kg with an output of 75 kW offers this. With its compact design, the Sunny Highpower PEAK1 requires little space, reduces on-site preparation work, simplifies installation and lowers maintenance costs..

2] External combiner box for flexible system design

The module strings are connected to the inverters using the external combiner boxes.* This allows the system to flexibly adapt to various regional standards and the generator configuration. This new design decisively contributes to reducing system costs.

3] SMA Inverter Manager

The SMA Inverter Manager is the central communications component and sole interface for controlling the entire system.

It handles all the important inverter and system management functions for up to 42 inverters in one system (up to 3.15 MW).

Based on Modbus TCP (SunSpec Alliance) Communication, it can be easily integrated into a larger communication system. Moreover, the SMA Inverter Manager provides grid management functions and exchanges data with the grid operator.

4] Easy commissioning with the LCS commissioning tool

The specially developed LCS tool (Local Commissioning and Service) makes commissioning easy, saves time and reduces costs.
The inverter is configured by simply selecting the system-specific configuration files and then transmitting them to all inverters.
Furthermore, by reading the status, current values and incidents at the inverter level can make troubleshooting and bug-fixing considerably easier.