The Growatt Growatt MAX 70K TL3 LV commercial 3-phase inverter is suitable for up to 91000Wp PV installations. The inverter can produce a total of 70,000Wp at its peak momentum and does so with a high amperage of up to 96.6. The inverter contains 6 MPP Trackers with 2 connectors each for flexible string configuration
The Max version of Growatt has a power of up to 80Kilowatt. With a maximum efficient range of 99%, a maximum energy yield is achieved from commercial PV systems. The voltages are limited by using 6 MPP Trackers with double connection. The inverter can be installed on hilly and larger roof areas
The inverter has type 2 surge protection for AC and DC input. Both are protected by SPD type 2. This extends the life of the inverter and allows energy to be generated for a longer time. . It is possible to activate Anti-PID or ACFI Function. This is an additional optional option. Inverter is delivered with protection degree IP65
The Growatt MAX 70K TL3 TL3 contains a DC and AC supply monitor that runs for 24 hours. This provides extra protection for the AC and DC sides of the inverter. This gives the inverter a longer lifespan and a higher energy yield can be created The inverter comes with a display where the Wifi, LED and App are displayed This gives the inverter a longer lifespan and a higher energy yield can be create
By intelligent monitoring of 12 strings and fast problem solving. Smart, local and external maintenance saves on service and time costs. In this way, the user-friendliness of the inverter becomes more user-friendly and efficient. This makes the Max version a perfect choice for your commercial PV installation
AFCI, or Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupter, is a circuit breaker that protects systems from electric arcs and its consequences. This breaker distinguishes between harmless arcs from normal operation, such as the use of switches or plugs, and potentially dangerous arcs, for example as a result of faulty wiring. As soon as a potentially harmful arc is detected, the AFCI will open the circuit and interrupt the flow of electricity. This prevents fires as a result of electric arcs.