Max. efficiency of up to 98%

Product Description

The SOFAR HYD 3-6K-EP(6K) is a cutting-edge residential storage inverter designed to optimize the utilization of solar energy in homes. With its advanced technology and intelligent features, this inverter allows homeowners to store excess solar power and efficiently manage their energy consumption. It offers reliable performance, seamless integration with existing solar PV systems, and enhanced energy independence for residential properties.

Technical Specifications

Input Voltage Range: 100-600V DC
Maximum Efficiency: Up to 98%
Unique dual-MPPT tracking, suitable for different installation environments
MPPT Range: 90-550V DC
Output Power Range: 3-6 kW
RS485/Bluetooth, Optional: WiFi/Ethernet

Product Features

High Efficiency

The SOFAR HYD 3-6K-EP(6K) features high conversion efficiency, ensuring that the maximum amount of solar energy is converted and stored for later use. This results in increased self-consumption and reduced reliance on the grid, leading to lower energy bills.

Maximized Solar Energy Utilization

By storing excess solar energy, the SOFAR HYD 3-6K-EP(6K) enables homeowners to maximize their solar energy utilization. It ensures that the energy generated by solar panels is efficiently stored and used during periods of low solar production or high energy demand.

Flexible System Design

This inverter is compatible with various battery technologies, allowing homeowners to choose the storage solution that best fits their needs. It offers flexible system design options, accommodating different battery capacities and configurations.

Intelligent Energy Management

With advanced energy management algorithms, the SOFAR HYD 3-6K-EP(6K) optimizes the utilization of stored energy. It intelligently balances the power flow between the grid, solar panels, and battery, ensuring efficient energy usage and minimizing grid dependency.

Grid-Connected and Off-Grid Operation

This inverter supports both grid-connected and off-grid operation modes, providing homeowners with the flexibility to choose how they utilize their stored energy. In grid-connected mode, excess energy can be fed back to the grid, while in off-grid mode, the inverter acts as a standalone power system, supplying electricity during grid outages.