Fronius to set another milestone at Intersolar
The technological highlight at this year's Intersolar (June 13th to 15th in Munich, Hall C4, Stand 210) will be the new Fronius Agilo 100.0-3 central inverter. Together with the complementary Fronius String Control 250/30 and a sophisticated service package, the inverter offers an overall concept for industrial and commercial applications. To coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Solar Electronics division, various other new products will be on show on the Fronius stand. Another topic will be the "House of the Future”: an impressive pilot project involving an energy self-sufficient family home.
Fronius Agilo 100.0-3 is a new central inverter that impresses due to its flexibility and its technology. It is the first central inverter in this power category that can be completely installed, commissioned and maintained by the installer.
Complementing the Fronius Agilo, the new Fronius String Control 250/30 is the perfect partner for round-the-clock string monitoring.
The comprehensive and flexible service package offered with the Fronius Agilo completes this compelling overall concept.
The Fronius IG Plus series also boasts a number of new products. The growing demand for 3-phase feed-in has encouraged Fronius to add three more devices to its range. With the Fronius IG Plus 55 V, 60 V and 80 V, the inverter manufacturer now offers a 3-phase product range extending from 5 to 12 kW.
In addition to the 3-phase version, the Fronius IG Plus 60 V is also available as a single-phase or two-phase device. These versions are geared towards the requirements of specific markets, such as Italy and Denmark.
In the field of system monitoring, Fronius Solar.TV and Fronius Solar.Service bring a breath of fresh air to the product range. Fronius Solar.TV, a free online service for displaying PV system values in public spaces, is seen as the latest version of the already very familiar Fronius Public Display.
Fronius Solar.Service is free software for analysis, diagnosis and configuring. It simplifies system maintenance and fault analysis. Moreover, it provides a clear overview of the status of the PV system.
The "House of the Future", which will be exhibited on the Fronius stand, is also expected to pull in the crowds. This pilot project involves an energy self-sufficient family home that is due to be commissioned shortly. The aim is to guarantee the supply of all the electricity and heat that the house requires.
We look forward to seeing you on the Fronius stand - C4.210.