Microinverters Change Everything
There is no reason to settle for less, especially when it comes to safety. Microinverters maximize your solar energy production, that means faster return on your investment. Additionally, they eliminate high voltage DC electricity that is present in central inverter solar arrays and virtually eliminate any risk of DC electrical arc hazards. Whatsmore? They come with a 25 year warranty from the leader in microinverter technology, Enphase Energy.
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS
The Enphase System consists of three advanced components that work together to make solar more productive, more reliable, and safer to own.
Enphase Microinverters are installed at each solar panel, maximizing energy production and converting the DC power from the panel into standard AC electricity. This offers greater design flexibility and simplified installation – accommodating different roof planes, pitches, or rooftop obstacles.
THE NETWORK HUB
The Envoy Communications Gateway acts as a messenger between your microinverters and Enlighten software, collecting energy production data over your home’s existing electrical wiring and sending data over the Internet to Enlighten.
Enlighten software helps solar professionals remotely monitor and manage your system 24 hours a day. Connect to your solar experience with MyEnlighten, a user-friendly version of the software to keep track of energy production from any PC, tablet, or Smartphone.
See the Difference Solar Makes With Enlighten
Enlighten is your connection to solar power through an engaging, easy-to-use interface called MyEnlighten.
- 25 Year Warranty.
- Modular Design Allows Inexpensive Expansion.
- Software Upgrades Allow Years Of Optimization & Additional Monitoring Features.
- Limits DC voltage to maximum of 48 volts. String inverter systems (the way of the past) can reach 1500 Volts DC in a normal day.
- Utility Interaction & integrated grounding ensures microinverters protect themselves from any abnormal power surges on the utility grid & that they protect electricians who may be repairing the utility grid in a power outage.