Sungrow’s new residential solar inverter wins design award
Sungrow‘s SG6.0RS, a key product in Sungrow’s new residential PV & ESS portfolio, won the Contemporary Good Design Award via the Red Dot Organization, which evaluated the series on aesthetics and functionality. Thus far, this new residential series has been sold to Europe, Australia, Middle East and other regions.
SG6.0RS and the same residential series ranging from the SG2.0-10.0 RS, is compatible for higher power panels, supports a maximum 3 MPPTs and achieves an input current up to 16A per MPPT.
Sungrow believes the minimalistic design allows for convenient installation and application. The ultra-thin panel and compact design means it is smaller and lighter than similar products, requiring only one person to install.
Power, yield, and fault information display on the LED screen clearly and directly without using phones. In terms of safety, it comes with C5 anti-corrosion level, IP65 protection, AFCI 2.0 and excellent heat dissipation design etc.
Sungrow R&D team focused on reducing noise and running at high temperatures as part of its redesigned product in this segment. The National Center for Industrial Design in Sungrow stated, “In many countries, residential users are the major consumers of electricity. As a result, we make it a mission to provide them with the most efficient, safe, and convenient experience in using clean energy. We achieve this by consistently working to improve their products with their customers and offering them the best possible solutions.”
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