Weight: 15kg
IP65 protection
Maximum charging and discharging current: 60A

Product Description

The Sofar ME 3000SP is a reliable and efficient residential storage inverter designed to enhance the performance and flexibility of your energy storage system. With its advanced features and compact design, this inverter is an ideal solution for residential applications, providing seamless integration of solar PV and battery storage.

Technical Specifications

Input Voltage Range: 200-550V DC
Maximum Efficiency: Up to 97.6%
Flexible switchover among multiple operating modes
MPPT Range: 100-500V DC
Output Power: 3 kW
RS485/Bluetooth, Optional: WiFi/Ethernet

Product Features

Efficient Energy Conversion

The Sofar ME 3000SP offers high energy conversion efficiency of over 97.6%, ensuring maximum utilization of the solar energy generated. This leads to increased energy savings and reduced reliance on the grid, ultimately lowering your electricity bills.

Seamless Integration

This inverter seamlessly integrates solar PV and battery storage, allowing you to harness the power of renewable energy sources effectively. It optimizes the usage of solar energy and intelligently manages the battery charging and discharging process for efficient energy storage.

Compact Design

The compact design of the Sofar ME 3000SP makes it easy to install and saves space. Whether you have limited installation area or want a discreet system, this inverter fits perfectly in residential settings without compromising performance.

Smart Monitoring and Control

With built-in communication interfaces, including RS485 and Wi-Fi, the Sofar ME 3000SP enables smart monitoring and control of your energy storage system. You can conveniently access real-time data, system status, and performance metrics through a user-friendly interface or mobile app.

Grid Stability and Peak Shaving

By managing energy flow and load distribution, the SOFAR ME 3000SP contributes to grid stability. It allows homeowners to participate in demand response programs and perform peak shaving, reducing the strain on the grid during peak demand periods.