Solar Panel Configurator

Inverter Details
Inverter Data Input 1
Max Voc: 500 Vdc
Min Vmpp: 120 Vdc
Max Input Current: 11 A
Max Allowable Input Power (nominal + 50%): 2250 W
Max Usable Input Power: 1640 W
String Design Options
Input 1
Solar Panel Manufacturer:
Solar Panel:
Max Power:
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc):
Voltage at Pmax (Vmp):
Current at Pmax (Imp):
Temp Coefficient of Voc:
Installation Data
Mount Method:
Display Temperature in:
Lowest Ambient Temp:
Highest Ambient Temp:
Customer Name

The web page you are accessing has been provided for informational use only, "as is" and EnaSolar does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided.
The results provided by using this Solar Panel Configurator are based entirely upon the information and input of each individual user. If your PV design involves two or more strings of PV panels connected in parallel to one DC input please always check and adhere to relevant regulations for PV installation in your country (e.g. AS.5033 in Australia & New Zealand), as these regulations may require combiner boxes with separate string fuses on the roof. By using the Solar Panel Configurator, you acknowledge that EnaSolar is not responsible in any way for the results generated. Each individual user has the sole responsibility to verify the input values and design of any solar array system with a certified installer and EnaSolar has no liability for any results generated.
NOTE: The EnaSolar 1.5kW, 2.0kW, 3.0kW and 3.8kW GT Solar Inverters only support balanced strings of solar panels when you connect two or more strings in parallel into the inverter. This means any configuration of solar panels should be done with all panels of the same kind (the same model) and all strings should have the same number of panels in them. For example a two string implementation could have 7 panels of the same model in each string. Any other implementation is not supported, because unbalanced strings of solar panels (for example 7 panels in one string and 8 panels in the other) will reduce the power output of the inverter by 50% or more.
The EnaSolar 4.0kW and 5.0kW GT Solar Inverters have two separate DC input stages (DC1 & DC2) and support different configurations on each input stage. However, if you want to put more than one string of panels on each input stage; those will have to be balanced as well. For example it is OK to connect 7+7 panels on DC1 and 8+8 panels on DC2 on one of these inverters. It is NOT OK to connect 7+8 panels on DC1 and 7+8 panels on DC2.
By using EnaSolar Solar Panel Configurator you confirm your understanding of and agreement with the above stated terms.
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