Thu, Nov 17 | 2 p.m. EST
For three decades, Morningstar Corporation has been setting the standards for others in solar controller technology. With the new line of Morningstar inverters, solar pros can fully optimize their projects with Morningstar’s revolutionary GenStar solar DC charging platform, the first of its type in the industry.
Refining the Off-Grid Inverter and Reimagining the Solar Controller. Join Solar Builder and Morningstar to learn more about designing for success in off-grid solar installations, in this special webinar covering these two new products:
SureSine inverters—learn the differences in inverter design, and the key features that make an inverter “industrial grade” for higher-end remote powering applications. The new SureSines will enable solar professionals to build “all Morningstar” systems with no weak links
GenStar MPPT— The industry’s first fully integrated solar DC charging system, an all-new design from the leader in charge controllers, with “lithium DNA.” Learn how this innovative new approach replaces traditional solar controllers and a maze of accessories to make them fully functional, and will make it simple for solar professional to design truly “future-proofed” systems that can be easily expanded to grow with their customers’ needs.
Attendees will learn:
- The differences in inverter design.
- What makes an inverter “industrial-grade,” and ideal for remote powering mission-critical installations
- How integrated components can replace add-on accessories in a system, resulting in a more simple and reliable solution
Brad Berwald, Senior Product Manager: Brad has two decades of technical sales experience in the RE power electronics; also expertise in Global Account Management, Technical Marketing & Training, as well as product development. He holds a BSEE and a Marketing-focused MBA from Alfred University and serves on Morningstar’s Board of Directors [email protected]
Mark McHenry, Marketing Manager: Mark handles digital marketing activities and projects for Morningstar, providing consistent communications to distributors, dealer/installers, technicians, users. His previous roles include PHD Virtual, a virtualization backup software company in Philadelphia. Mark holds a BChE from Villanova University and an MBA from Temple University’s Fox School of Business [email protected]
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