Zeversolar, a subsidiary company of the leading inverter manufacturer SMA, will be unveiling the new Zeverlution 3680 inverter for the UK market at Solar Energy UK 2016 in Birmingham October 4-6, 2016. This single-phase device with a power output of 3,900 W features integrated Wi-Fi and an Ethernet connection and offers better performance than its predecessor – despite being more compact and around 40% lighter. At a distance of one meter, the noise level is a mere 25 dB(A), making it barely audible even in quiet spaces. Zeversolar has also further reduced the price of the device.
The improvements in performance and the price reduction were all possible thanks to a new design featuring fewer components. “Fewer components reduce not only the design outlay and weight but also the number of potential error sources,” said Andreas König, Sales Director for Europe at Zeversolar. “This is in keeping with Zeversolar’s philosophy to provide affordable, reliable and simple inverters for everybody.”
Like the other devices in the series with a power of 4,000 W and 5,000 W, the Zeverlution 3680 also has two MPP trackers, a maximum output current of 16 A, an IP65 enclosure suitable for outdoor installation and a display. Weighing just 11 kg and fitted with a SUNCLIX plug, it is extremely easy to install. The new design also permits a low start voltage of 80 V, meaning that the inverter starts up earlier and shuts down later than devices with a higher start voltage.
Zeversolar also offers the option of a 10-year warranty, and customers can access a free service hotline. Because the company’s warehouse is located in Europe, malfunctioning devices can be quickly replaced.
Zeversolar at Solar Energy UK 2016: Stand D24
Phone: +49 30 726296450
Zeversolar is a subsidiary company of the leading inverter manufacturer SMA Solar Technology AG. The company, which was founded in 2007, manufactures reliable and low-cost photovoltaic inverters characterised by their high quality and durability. Zeversolar has more than 290 employees. Zeversolar’s European service centre is located in Germany.