Fronius Primo

The communicative inverter for optimised energy management.

With power categories ranging from 3.0 to 8.2 kW, the Fronius Primo perfectly complements the SnapINverter generation. This single-phase, transformerless device is the ideal inverter for private households. Its innovative SuperFlex Design provides maximum flexibility in system design, while the SnapINverter mounting system makes installation and maintenance as easy as possible. The communication package included as standard with WLAN, energy management, numerous interfaces, and much more besides, makes the Fronius Primo a communicative inverter for owner-occupiers.
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INPUT DATA

Number of MPP trackers
2,0
Max. input current (Idc max)
12 / 12 A
Max. short circuit current, module array
18 / 18 A
DC input voltage range (Udc min - Udc max)
80 - 1000 V
Feed-in start voltage (Udc start)
80,0 V
Nominal input voltage (Udc,r)
710,0 V
MPP voltage range (Umpp min - Umpp max)
210 - 800 V
Usable MPP voltage range80 - 800 V
Number of DC connections2 + 2
Max. PV generator output (Idc max)
6,0 kWpeak

OUTPUT DATA

AC nominal output (Pac,r)
4000,0 W
Max. output power (Pac max)
4000,0 VA
AC output current (Iac nom)
17,4 A
Grid connection (Uac,r)
1~ NPE 220/230 V
AC voltage range (Umin - Umax)
180 - 270 V
Frequency (fr)
50 / 60 Hz
Frequency range (fmin - fmax)
45 - 65 Hz
Total harmonic distortion
< 5 %
Power factor (cos φac,r)
0,85 - 1 ind./cap.

GENERAL DATA

Height645,0 mm
Width431,0 mm
Depth204,0 mm
Weight21,5 kg
Degree of protectionIP 65
Protection class1,0
Overvoltage category (DC / AC) 1)
2 / 3
Night-time consumption< 1 W
Inverter designTransformerless
CoolingRegulated air cooling
InstallationIndoors and outdoors
Ambient temperature range-40°C - +55°C
Permitted humidity0 - 100 %
Max. altitude 2)
4.000 m
DC connection technology4x DC+ and 4x DC- screw terminals 2.5 - 16 mm²
AC connection technology3-pin AC screw terminals 2.5 - 16 mm²
Certificates and compliance with standardsDIN V VDE 0126-1-1/A1, IEC 62109-1/-2, IEC 62116, IEC 61727,<br /> AS 4777-2, AS 4777-3, G83/2, G59/3, CEI 0-21, VDE AR N 4105

EFFICIENCY

Max. efficiency (PV - grid)98,1 %
European efficiency (ηEU)97,0 %
η at 5% Pac,r 3)
80,8 / 82,5 / 82,5 %
η at 10% Pac,r 3)
86,6 / 93,9 / 92,2 %
η at 20% Pac,r 3)
92,2 / 96,7 / 95,6 %
η at 25% Pac,r 3)
93,2 / 97,2 / 96,1 %
η at 30% Pac,r 3)
94,0 / 97,2 / 96,8 %
η at 50% Pac,r 3)
95,2 / 97,8 / 97,4 %
η at 75% Pac,r 3)
95,8 / 97,9 / 97,8 %
η at 100% Pac,r 3)
95,9 / 98,0 / 97,9 %
MPP adaptation efficiency> 99,9 %

PROTECTION DEVICES

DC insulation measurementYes
Overload behaviourOperating point shift, power limitation
DC disconnectorYes
Reverse polarity protectionYes

INTERFACES

WLAN / Ethernet LANFronius Solar.web, Modbus TCP SunSpec, Fronius Solar API (JSON)
6 inputs and 4 digital inputs/outputsInterface to ripple control receiver
USB (type A socket) 4)
Data logging, inverter update via USB flash drive
2x RS422 (RJ45 socket) 4)
Fronius Solar Net
Signalling output 4)
Energy management (floating relay output)
Datalogger and web serverIntegrated
External input 4)
S0 meter connection / Evaluation of overvoltage protection
RS485Modbus RTU SunSpec or meter connection

SnapINverter technology

The SnapINverter generation of inverters features a simple, standardised mounting system, making installation and maintenance easier than ever. A special feature in the design of the device is that the connection area is separate from the power stage set compartment, with both being installed separately. The remarkably light connection area and all its cabling is fitted to the wall first, followed by the power stage set. The innovative hinged system makes installation and servicing extremely user-friendly. The inverter is simply placed in the wall bracket and then secured. This means that it is not necessary to remove the entire inverter for servicing, just the power stage set. All the cabling remains in place.

Integrated data communication

We are the first inverter manufacturer to offer a data communication package with fully integrated datalogging, WLAN, Ethernet, energy management, web server and a range of interfaces. The inverter is connected to the internet by network cable or WLAN - without additional cabling - and grants you the perfect overview of how the PV system is operating. Connection to third-party components is provided by means of interfaces such as Modbus TCP SunSpec, Modbus RTU SunSpec or Fronius Solar API (JSON). The open interfaces can also be operated in parallel to the Fronius Solar.web.

SuperFlex Design

The Fronius SuperFlex Design is an ingenious combination of technical performance attributes that make designing your PV system not only extremely simple, but also incredibly flexible. The key performance factors of the SuperFlex Design are two MPP trackers, together with a high system voltage and wide DC input voltage range. Every DC input, and therefore every MPP tracker, is able to accommodate the entire nominal output of the inverter. Regardless of whether the inverter has to cope with different roof orientations, shading of one or two strings, or the use of residual modules: a Fronius inverter featuring integrated SuperFlex Design will satisfy every conceivable operational PV system planning scenario using just a single inverter model.

Dynamic Peak Manager

The Dynamic Peak Manager is a new MPP tracking algorithm that dynamically adapts its behaviour when searching for the optimal operating point. Its special feature is that the Dynamic Peak Manager automatically checks the entire characteristic curve on a regular basis and finds the global Maximum Power Point (GMPP), even in partial shade.

Smart Grid Ready

Fronius inverters are ready for the Smart Grid of tomorrow. The inverters are optimally equipped to meet the technical requirements of grids in the future. A series of smart functions, known as Advanced Grid Features, are built into the devices. They include a number of control functions for optimum feed-in of reactive power and effective power. These functions are designed to enable stable grid operation even when the PV system density is very high and to prevent unwanted interruptions to feed-in and associated yield losses if grid parameters exceed the thresholds. Fronius inverters therefore help to guarantee the yield of a PV system. Furthermore, where feed-in limits are imposed, Fronius inverters can provide dynamic feed-in control with self-consumption taken into account. Just connect the meter and set the feed-in limit!

Zero feed-in

Today, an increasing number of grid operators in various countries are stipulating a PV power feed-in limit as a precondition before a system is connected to the grid. With dynamic power reduction, Fronius is offering a solution for optimum feed-in management. The Inverter supplies the household consumers with energy first and then reduces the system Output to the maximum energy feed-in permitted by the grid operator. With Fronius inverters, zero feed-in is also a possibility thanks to this function, meaning that no PV power is fed into the grid. The relevant requirements of the grid operator can be fulfilled by simply enabling a Setting on the inverter's web interface.

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FOOTNOTES FOR TECHNICAL DATA

1) According to IEC 62109-1.  

2) Unrestricted voltage range. 

3) And at Umpp min / Udc,r / Umpp max.

4) Also available in the light version. 

General terms and conditions

1. APPLICABILITY

1.1 All deliveries and other services effected by Fronius UK Limited (“we”, “us”, “our”, “our-selves”), and all payments made to us, shall be exclusively governed by these Terms of Deliv-ery and Payment. Insofar as applicable provisions may be found to be missing therefrom, the law of England applies. If any business terms of the Ordering Party’s are at variance with these General Terms of Delivery and Payment, we shall only be bound by such divergent terms if we have expressly recognized the same by letter or by telefax.

1.2 In taking delivery of the goods and/or service, the Ordering Party acknowledges the ex-clusive applicability of our Terms of Delivery and Payment.

 

2. OFFERS

2.1 Our offers may be changed or withdrawn by us at any time before acceptance by the Or-dering Party, unless the offer makes express mention of an offer validity period. Documents pertaining to our offers – such as drawings, illustrations, samples and patterns, and dimen-sional, weight, performance and consumption data – contain or themselves constitute only approximate data and are not deemed to be specially agreed characteristics unless otherwise provided. We retain the right to effect modifications for engineering reasons.

2.2 We reserve the proprietary and intellectual property rights including but not limited to copyright to all costs estimates, drawings and other documents; The Ordering Party must ensure that these are neither disclosed to any third party nor used for the purpose of any third party.

 

3. ACCEPTANCE OF THE ORDER; SUPPLEMENTARY AGREEMENTS

Acceptance of an order, and any undertakings or supplementary agreements made by our employees, as well as amendments and alterations of any kind, shall not be binding upon us until we have issued written confirmation by letter, telefax or e-mail.

 

4. PRICE AND PAYMENT CONDITIONS; OFFSETTING

4.1 Valid prices are always the ones stated in the last offer to the customer and unless spe-cifically stated in writing from Fronius to the contrary, all orders placed on these prices are valid on the date of delivery. These offers are ex-works prices (EXW (Incoterms in the latest version)), exclusive of packaging, insurance, loading at the factory and value-added tax; the packaging will not be removed by us. The Ordering Party shall pay all applicable tariffs, duties or taxes (other than our income taxes) imposed or levied in connection with the supplies made by us under these Terms of Delivery and Payment.

4.2 Payments are to be made net cash, without any deduction and free of charges, within 30 days of the invoice date. It shall be for us to decide which claims or partial claims of the Order-ing Party’s may be offset against such payments.

4.3 If any changes in order execution are necessitated by circumstances where risk is borne by the Ordering Party, then this latter shall bear all additional costs thereby incurred.

4.4 If the payment period is exceeded, we shall be entitled to charge default interest at a rate of ten percentage points above the applicable base rate announced by the Bank of England, plus the collection costs, such amounts to total at least 12% p.a. of the overall claim (or such lesser amount determined by us as is reasonable in the circumstances). This is without preju-dice to any further consequences of default in payment.

4.5 The Ordering Party is not permitted to withhold payments (in whole or in part) or to offset these against counter-claims which are contested by ourselves.

4.6 Where the Ordering Party holds claims against ourselves, we are entitled to offset these against our own claims against the Ordering Party, at any time.

4.7 For services performed under contracts for work and materials (installation, repairs, main-tenance and other such work), we shall charge the hourly rates and materials-prices applicable at the time of completion, plus our applicable surcharges for any overtime, night-time, Sunday and public-holiday working; travel and waiting times are counted as working hours. Travel expenses and daily and overnight allowances will be invoiced separately.

 

5. PERFORMANCE, SHIPPING AND DEFAULT

5.1 The delivery period under each order shall commence with the mailing of the order con-firmation note by us to the Ordering Party, while the performance period for installation, maintenance or repair work commences when the equipment is received by the Ordering Party. On no account, however, shall the delivery or performance period start to elapse sooner than 14 days after the time when the Ordering Party has furnished us with the documents (e.g. engineering drawings, plans etc), permits or approvals which it is responsible for procur-ing under the order, or when it has made any agreed pre-payment under the order. The deliv-ery or performance deadline is deemed to have been met if we have notified the Ordering Party prior to such deadline of our readiness to deliver or perform; in cases where a special agreement obliges us to dispatch or deliver by a deadline, the delivery or performance dead-line shall be deemed to have been met if the object of delivery or performance has left our factory prior to such deadline.

5.2 Delivery or performance periods are extended for the duration of any unforeseen impediments lying outside our control, such as, but not limited to, stoppages, major personnel outages, unlawful strikes, delays in supplies of essential raw materials or components or the like, as well as by circumstances where risk is borne by the Ordering Party, to the extent that these impediments and/or circumstances are of material relevance to the failure to meet the deadline. Impediments and/or circumstances of this nature also prevent a default arising for which we would otherwise be liable, for the duration of such impediments and no contrac-tual remedies for which we would otherwise be liable will apply. Immediate notification is to be given of the beginning and end of such impediments. We are entitled to terminate the contract, in whole or in part, if such impediments should occur. In the event of termination under this 5.2, and subject to 9, we exclude all liability of any kind whatsoever except to the extent the Ordering Party proves gross negligence on our part.

5.3 If agreed delivery or performance deadlines, or deadlines that have been extended in ac-cordance with 5.2 above, are exceeded by more than four weeks, the Ordering Party shall be entitled to terminate the contract, having granted us at least 14 days’ extra time by notice given to us in a registered letter. In the event of termination under this 5.3, and subject to 9, we exclude all liability of any kind whatsoever except to the extent the Ordering Party proves gross negligence on our part.

5.4 If the Ordering Party incurs a loss from a delay for which we are liable, then it shall be entitled to compensation amounting to 0.5% per whole week - up to a maximum of 5% - of the value of that part of the delivery which cannot be used in time or for its intended purpose as a result of the delay. For services, the compensation shall be 5% of the remuneration. The compensation payments detailed in this 5.4 shall be the Ordering Party’s sole and exclusive remedy in the event of such delay, and subject to 9, we exclude all other liability of any kind whatsoever except to the extent the Ordering Party proves gross negligence on our part. For the avoidance of doubt, subject to 9, we shall not be liable for any delays caused by our sup-pliers for which we are not responsible.

5.5 In cases where we have undertaken to effect shipping, the mode and route of shipping shall be for us to decide. Goods are always shipped at the Ordering Party’s risk and expense. Subject to 9, we exclude all liability of any kind whatsoever in relation to such shipping except to the extent the Ordering Party proves gross negligence on our part. We shall only take out transport / breakage insurance by order and for the account of the Ordering Party.

5.6 We are entitled to effect part-deliveries.

5.7 Our compliance with the delivery period shall be contingent upon the Ordering Party having fulfilled its contractual obligations in all pending, still-to-be-completed business trans-actions.

5.8 If shipping is delayed due to circumstances where risk is borne by the Ordering Party, then this latter shall bear all resulting additional costs, such as those for storage at our fac-tory, but with a minimum monthly charge of 0.5% of the invoice amount. In such a case we shall also be entitled to grant the Ordering Party a grace period of at most 14 days, and if this period should expire to no avail, we shall then be entitled, at our own discretion, either to make alternative arrangements regarding the article(s) to be delivered and to effect delivery to the Ordering Party within a suitably extended period of time, or to terminate the contract and claim damages for breach of contract. In this latter case, we are entitled, without having to furnish any particular proof, to require up to 10% of the remuneration for the intended delivery as liquidated damages (as is reasonable in all the circumstances). Where appropri-ately substantiated, we can also claim compensation for any damage suffered by us over and above this amount.

5.9 Goods ordered on call, or for production with no shipping instructions, must be taken delivery of within three months. If this time limit elapses unused, then the goods will be treated as subject to a shipping delay due to circumstances where risk is borne by the Order-ing Party and 5.8 shall apply.

5.10 For services performed under contracts for work and materials (4.7), the Ordering Party is to provide us with the necessary equipment and auxiliary materials (e.g. winches, rails, electricity etc.) in good time and at no charge, even if installation is included in the price (4.1) or if a flat-rate price has been agreed for this. Any works needing to be carried out by the Ordering Party preparatory to installation, e.g. building work, must be completed prior to the arrival of our installation technicians. Furthermore, the Ordering Party must take all safety precautions needed for the protection of persons and property. Subject to 9.4, we shall not accept liability for the ancillary personnel, equipment and auxiliary materials which may be placed at our disposal unless gross negligence is proven on our part.

 

6. PASSAGE OF RISK

6.1 Unless otherwise stated, risk shall pass to the Ordering Party as soon as the articles to be delivered, or the articles on which we have performed maintenance, repair or other work, have left our factory. The same shall also apply to part-deliveries or in cases where we have under-taken to bear the shipping charges or to perform delivery, setting-up, assembly, installation or other similar services. If the maintenance, repair or other work is carried out on the premises of the Ordering Party, then risk shall pass in the case of the latter as soon as the Ordering Party has received notification that the work in question has been completed.

6.2 If there is any delay in dispatching or delivering the shipment for reasons for which we are not responsible, the risk shall pass to the Ordering Party as soon as it has been notified that the consignment is ready for delivery.

 

7. RETENTION OF TITLE; RESCISSION

7.1 We shall retain title to the article(s) delivered until the following have been settled in full:

(a) payment of the purchase-price for the relevant articles, and

(b) all other claims that we have – on whatever legal grounds – against the Ordering Party.

7.2 Until title in the article(s) delivered passes from ourselves to the Ordering Party:

(a) the Ordering Party shall store the article(s) in such manner as to show clearly they are our property, and not do any other thing that is inconsistent with identifying the article(s) as our property;

(b) the Ordering Party must notify us immediately of any seizure of the article(s), or any other infringement of our interests as the owner of the article(s); and

(c) we shall be entitled to trace the proceeds of any sale, transfer, assignment, charge, pledge, let, hire or other grant of any interest in the article(s) to a third party, and such proceeds will be deemed to be held on trust for us.

7.3 If the Ordering Party should act contrary to the terms of these Terms of Delivery and Payment – in particular by being in arrears with payment or with any other contractual obligation, and/or by being insolvent – we shall be entitled, at our own discretion, either to terminate the relevant order(s) without granting any grace period or, while leaving the relevant order(s) in force, to take back the article(s) delivered or to forbid it to be used. We shall also be entitled to sell the taken-back article(s) in the open market; after deduction of a handling fee of 10% of the proceeds thus realised (or such lesser amount determined by us as is reasonable in the circumstances), the remainder will be debited from the total of our outstanding claims against the Ordering Party. In the event of our terminating the order(s), we shall charge the Ordering Party a usage fee of 5% of the original value of the article (or such lesser amount determined by us as is reasonable in the circumstances), unless the actual diminution in its value is even greater. 

 

8. WARRANTY

8.1 We give no warranty for ordinary deviations in size, weight or quality (or as tolerated by ÖNORM, EN or DIN standards or other applicable standards), and also no warranty for infor-mation given regarding the suitability of the article(s) to be delivered for the purpose contem-plated by the Ordering Party, or for any other particular purpose.

8.2 We warrant the correctness of our processing instructions, user/operating manuals and customer advisory service. We do not warrant compliance with statutory or other regulations when using the articles delivered, and the testing of these articles for the purpose envisaged, shall remain the sole responsibility of the Ordering Party. We shall only be liable for any in-structions differing from our written processing instructions and user/operating manuals if we expressively previously confirmed these deviations to the Ordering Party in writing, either by letter, telefax or e-mail. 

8.3 Articles or services supplied must be inspected by the Ordering Party immediately after delivery has been taken of them. Any defects must be reported to us during the warranty period and promptly upon being discovered, in a written notice sent by letter, telefax or e-mail quoting the number and date of the order confirmation note, of the delivery note or of the invoice, and the serial and commission numbers and such details as are reasonably necessary to identify the defect. If the Ordering Party omits to make this prompt notification, it may no longer assert any warranty claims or claims for compensatory damages on account either of the defect itself or of any misapprehension as to whether the delivery or service was free of defects. Any costs which we incur as a result of unjustified notices or notices that are other-wise at variance with the conditions of use are to be refunded to us by the Ordering Party.

8.4 In the case of corrective and preventive maintenance work, our warranty shall be limited to the services actually rendered. We shall only warrant correct functioning of an installation, machine, Software or the like whose components were not all supplied by ourselves if we provable have undertaken – despite the provision of certain components by the Ordering Party or by third parties – to manufacture the installation (or machine etc.) as a whole, and if the faulty functioning in question is not attributable to incorrect or incomplete information from the Ordering Party. 

8.5 Unless otherwise agreed, the warranty period for all warranted articles or services shall be 24 months. From the beginning of the 13th month of this period, however, our warranty shall be limited to making available, free of charge, the items needed for remedying the de-fects; from this time onwards, any warranty claims going beyond the above shall not be per-mitted. This period limitation also applies to the supply of items deemed to be immovable and to work on items which are, or are deemed to be, immovable. The warranty period for goods shall start to elapse upon the passage of risk in accordance with Point 6 and, for ser-vices shall start to elapse from the completion of the provision of the services. The Ordering Party must always prove that defects coming to light during the warranty period were already present at the time of the passage of risk or completion of services (as relevant). 

8.6 In cases where there is a breach of warranty, we shall – at our own discretion and within a reasonable period of at least 4 weeks’ duration – either exchange the defective article itself, or its defective components, for a defect-free article or defect-free components, or remedy the defect(s), or grant the Ordering Party a reasonable reduction in price, or (unless the defect in question is a minor one) terminate the order. The warranty period is not prolonged by the exchange of the item or of parts or components belonging to the item. If, however, the remain-der of the warranty period – including that part of the period during which our warranty is limited to free provision of the requisite materials in accordance with Point 8.5. – lasts for less than twelve months, then the warranty period for the exchanged items, parts or compo-nents shall be extended to twelve months. The items, parts or components thus exchanged shall become our property. We shall not refund the costs for any actual or attempted remedy-ing of a defect by the Ordering Party or by any third party. 

8.7 To the extent that is necessary and may reasonably be expected of the Ordering Party, the object of delivery or performance, or the defective part(s) thereof, are to be dispatched or shipped to us immediately at our request, at the Ordering Party’s risk and expense, failing which any and all warranty obligation on our part shall become void.

8.8 The Ordering Party is not entitled to withhold payments on account of warranty claims or other counter-claims not recognised by ourselves.

8.9 Warranty claims from the Ordering Party are excluded in cases where the installation, user and operating manuals provided by ourselves, or to be requested from us by the Ordering Party, have not been observed, or where the user has not fully observed such instructions; if the installation work has not been performed properly and in accordance with the relevant Standards, and in particular if was not carried out by licensed contractors; if any corrective maintenance or other work has been performed on the object of delivery or performance without our consent; if it has been improperly operated or used, or operated despite its protec-tive features being faulty, or taken out of the contract territory without our consent, or used contrary to our instructions or for purposes for which it is not intended; and, moreover, where defects are attributable to foreign object damage, chemical influences, overvoltage, the con-duct of third parties or to force majeure; the same applies in respect of natural wear-and-tear. 8.10 Our warranty is also excluded in cases where we have been contracted to carry out repair-orders, to alter or modify used items, or to supply such items.

8.11. Finally all warranty claims shall be excluded if the Ordering Party installs third-party components or replacement parts in our delivery items or services provided by us which have not been expressly recommended by us prior thereto.

8.12. In addition to the rights of the Ordering Party in accordance with Point 8.6. regarding the delivery of inverters for photovoltaic systems the guarantee in accordance with the guar-antee conditions of Fronius shall apply, available at www.fronius.com/solar/garantie.

 

9. DAMAGES

9.1 We shall only be liable for damage suffered by the Ordering Party, of whatever kind, to the extent that the Ordering Party proves that we ourselves brought about this damage either knowingly and wilfully or grossly negligently. If the Ordering Party proves that we have caused damage in an ordinarily negligent manner, our liability shall be limited to the direct damage actually incurred by the Ordering Party, and, moreover, to a maximum overall amount not exceeding the total order value. Furthermore, claims of this type may only be enforced if made by the Ordering Party within six months of the damage in question becoming known.

9.2 In the event that a claim is made against us by a third party in connection with services provided by us where we have produced and delivered in accordance with the drawings, de-signs, models or other documents provided by the Ordering Party, the Ordering Party shall indemnify us in full against all losses, damages, costs, liabilities and expenses suffered or incurred by us in respect of that claim.

9.3 To the extent permitted by law, our liability to pay damages for property damage by reason of the applicable product liability legislation, including all rights of recourse, is excluded. When using the installations, machines and other articles delivered by ourselves, the Ordering Party is obliged to painstakingly observe all safety regulations, technical rules, installation regulations, operating instructions and user manuals, and in particular all regulations apply-ing to the electrical engineering field, and to allow only authorised skilled personnel to operate the equipment.

9.4. Nothing in these Terms of Delivery and Payment shall exclude or in any way limit our liability to the Ordering Party for (i) fraud; (ii) death or personal injury caused by its negli-gence (including negligence as defined in s.1 Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); (iii) breach of terms regarding title implied by s.12 Sale of Goods Act 1979 and/or s.2 Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982; or (iv) any liability to the extent the same may not be excluded or limited as a matter of law.

9.5. We shall not be liable to the Ordering Party under any order made under these Terms of Delivery and Payment for any loss of income, loss of actual or anticipated profit, loss of busi-ness, loss of contracts, loss of goodwill and reputation, loss of anticipated savings, loss of , damage to or corruption of data or for any indirect or consequential loss or damage of any kind, in each case howsoever arising, whether such loss or damage was foreseeable or in the contemplation of the parties and whether arising in or for breach of contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, indemnity or otherwise.

9.6. Any liability for damage caused by the installation or use of third party components or replacement parts with our delivery items, which have not been verifiably and expressly recommended by us, shall be excluded.

 

10. CONSISTENT TO DATA PROTECT

Client shall agree that Fronius International GmbH and its subsidiaries may collect, pro-cess and use personal data (such as name, address, email address), if applicable also by commissioning a service provider, for the purpose of sending information regarding products and services of any kind (e.g. by post, email, newsletter and more). A dissemination to externals in excess thereof shall not occur (excluded are legal or judicial obligations to provide information). The consent may be objected at any time in writing, in the newslet-ter there is also a link to unsubscribe.

 

11. FINAL PROVISIONS

11.1 These Terms of Delivery and Payment and any legal disputes arising out of or in connec-tion with any orders made under these Terms of Delivery and Payment are to be governed by English law. The sole place of jurisdiction shall be London. The UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and the International Private Law shall not be applicable.

11.2 If any term of these Terms of Delivery and Payment is found to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable under any applicable law, such term shall, insofar as it is severable from the remaining terms, be deemed omitted from these Terms of Delivery and Payment and shall in no way affect the legality, validity or enforceability of the remaining terms.

11.3 The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 shall not apply to these Terms of Deliv-ery and Payment and no person who is not a party to an order made in accordance with these Terms of Delivery and Payment may enforce any provision of them.

 

12. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR SOFTWARE SUPPLIED TOGETHER WITH ORDERED ITEMS OR SOFTWARE SUPPLIED SEPARATELY

For software delivered together with other items or for software delivered separately (hereaf-ter “software”) these Terms and Conditions of Delivery and Payment only apply insofar as these do not deviate from the following conditions or from conditions agreed upon sepa-rately with the Ordering Party.

 

12.1. SCOPE OF USE

12.1.1 All rights of intellectual property, such as copyright, trademark rights, design rights, patent rights, utility model rights and know-how, as well as in particular unprotected inven-tions, commercial experience, trade secrets and such like, independent from the time these were disclosed to the Ordering Party, shall be reserved at any time by us or our licensors. The Ordering Party shall have the right to use the software after payment of the agreed sum ex-clusively for his own purposes in accordance with the acquired number of licences. With the present contract only the authorization to use the software is acquired. Dissemination by the Ordering Party shall be excluded in accordance with the copyright law. With a possible par-ticipation of the Ordering Party in producing the software no rights other than the specified usage laid out in Section 12 are acquired. The Ordering Party may only use the software si-multaneously on one device, which one is his decision. Usage of the software shall constitute any long-term or even any temporary duplication (copying) of the software, whether in whole or also only in part, by saving, loading, running or displaying for the purpose of execution of the software and processing of the data contained therein by the hardware. He shall not be authorized to copy the user manual.

12.1.2 The Ordering Party shall be permitted to make copies of the software for archival and data protection purposes on condition that there is no explicit prohibition in the software or any accompanying material (instruction manual, packaging, etc.) and that all copyright and proprietary notices are transferred unchanged in these copies. Retranslations of the pro-gramme code (decompilation) exceeding the legal provisions shall not be permitted.

12.1.3. If the software is equipped with technical copy protection, the Ordering Party shall in the case of damage be supplied with a replacement copy after restitution of the data carrier.

 

12.2 FURTHER RIGHTS

In the event of availability of a new software version the Ordering Party shall be entitled to exchange the supplied software package for a similar software package of the new version at our listed update price; the exchange implies the software package as a whole, as it was ac-quired by the Ordering Party. With the exchange Ordering Party´s permission to use the ex-changed software package shall expire. In such an event the Ordering Party shall immedi-ately and completely destroy all copies, partial copies and backup copies as well as altered or revised versions of the software and the copies, partial copies and backup copies made thereof.

 

12.3 WARRANTY

12.3.1 The Ordering Party shall note that it is not possible to develop software programmes in such a manner that these are free from defects for every application condition.

12.3.2 We shall warrant that the supplied software fulfils the agreed functions and has the expressly guaranteed properties. Requirement for any warranty is usage according to contract. A defect for which we are responsible shall only be deemed to exist if the software does not function according to the most recent version of the corresponding performance description/ documentation and if this is reproducible by the Ordering Party. In order to carefully examine possible occurring defects the Ordering Party shall be obliged to support us in the rectification of any defects.

12.3.3 We further shall warrant that the original software is duly recorded onto a tested data carrier. Excepted here from are previously installed software and third-party software products.

12.3.4 Software defects shall be documented by the user and we shall be notified in writing with immediate effect; otherwise 8.3 shall apply.

12.3.5 The warranty period shall always be twelve months; the period commences with the dispatch of the software package.

12.3.6 If the software package is not usable or defect (12.3.2), we shall exchange it primarily for a new one of the same title or for an adequate alternative solution. If this also proves to be unusable or defect and if we are not in a position to make it usable with adequate effort within an adequate time, but at least within a period of four weeks, the Ordering Party may demand a price reduction or a change. Costs of defect rectification by the Ordering Party or a third person shall not be compensated by us.  

12.3.7 In excess of this (12.3.6) we shall not provide warranty, in particular not in the case of the supplied software not meeting the special requirements of the Ordering Party or user, and also not for altered or revised versions of the software (point 12.1.2), unless the Ordering Party can prove that the defects are not connected to the alterations or revisions. The Ordering Party itself is solely responsible for the selection, installation and usage of the software as well as for the results intended therewith.  

12.3.8 In the event of unjustified assertion of defects in the software we shall be entitled to charge the Ordering Party with any incurred costs according to valid cost rates.

12.3.9 A change of the end-user shall exclude any warranty claims 

 

12.4 COMPENSATION

12.4.1 All further claims of the Ordering Party or third persons, in particular claims for com-pensation for damages of any kind, shall be excluded, unless the injured party can prove that the damage was caused by us either intentionally or due to gross negligence.

12.4.2 Otherwise Point 9 shall apply accordingly.