Solis S6 Advanced Power Hybrid: a versatile inverter that can connect a generator

Solis hybrid inverter

Solis launched an extremely versatile hybrid inverter this week — the S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter — with an emphasis on generator connectivity and multiple input methods. It is capable of doing peak shaving control in both “self-use” and “generator” modes. Also crucial:

  • The S6 offers automatic UPS switching and up to 10 seconds of 200% surge power backup overload capability.
  • The S6 supports both 1-phase and 3-phase connections with a maximum of 48 kW in parallel.
  • The S6 can handle up to 190A max charge/discharge current and comes equipped with six customizable charge/discharge time settings.
  • The inverter is compatible with both lead-acid and lithium batteries, offering multiple battery protection features.

Solis says the S6 is the product of years of innovation and hard work. Solis Technologies, established in 2005, is a leader in string inverters worldwide. Solis ranked No.3 in global PV inverter shipment, No.2 in global single-phase, and No. 3 in global three-phase string market share by shipments.

It has set up global offices and technical after-sales service centers in multiple locations around the world, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, India, Mexico, Spain, Netherlands, Romania, and others.

Solis’ products have been used in high-profile locations and projects worldwide, including the Shanghai Expo in China and on the Eiffel Tower in France, among other leading domestic and commercial projects.

With its advanced features and compatibility with multiple battery types, the S6 is sure to be a popular choice for those looking to transition to clean energy.

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