Solis Launches Game-Changing Hybrid Inverter for Reliable Power

Ginlong Technologies Revolutionizes Commercial Solar with S6-EH3P Inverter

by Ikeoluwa Juliana Ogungbangbe

Ginlong Technologies, globally recognized through its brand Solis Inverters, has once again positioned itself at the forefront of the solar industry with the unveiling of its latest innovation, the S6-EH3P(29.9-50)K-H hybrid PV inverter. Announced at the Solar & Storage Live Africa event in Johannesburg, this new addition to the Solis portfolio is designed to meet the critical power needs of commercial and industrial sectors, especially within the challenging energy landscape of Africa.

In regions like South Africa, where power outages are a significant hurdle for businesses, the S6-EH3P(29.9-50)K-H emerges as a beacon of hope. This innovative hybrid inverter combines solar energy production with advanced storage capabilities, offering a scalable solution that promises to keep the lights on and machines running, even during severe load shedding periods.

The inverter starts with a capacity of 50kW, which can be increased through parallel connections, facilitating both on-grid and off-grid applications. Its seamless integration with diesel generators ensures a consistent power supply, bolstering its reliability during peak demand times. James Frank, Solis’s South Africa Country Manager, highlighted the inverter’s critical role in modern power management, noting its unmatched efficiency and adaptability as key to its indispensability for enterprises globally.

What sets the S6-EH3P(29.9-50)K-H apart is not just its ability to integrate into existing power setups but its intrinsic design that ensures operational stability under varied load conditions. Its capability to handle three-phase unbalanced and half-wave loads guarantees performance consistency, making it a reliable power source for essential services and manufacturing processes. Moreover, the inverter’s technological advancements underscore its significance. It employs integrated 4 MPPTs and String Current up to 20A, enhancing the energy harvest from solar panels and supporting modules up to 700W. This increase in module capability not only raises the system’s performance but also optimizes space usage, leading to a more efficient solar setup.

The application of third-generation SiC technology facilitates up to 140A/70+70 Max Charge/Discharge Current, enabling rapid battery charging and discharging. This responsiveness to fluctuating energy demands, coupled with a 60% higher capacity than traditional solutions, underscores the inverter’s role in maximizing energy storage efficiency. The S6-EH3P(29.9-50)K-H’s dual battery interface allows for system expansion and customization, accommodating different battery types and configurations. This flexibility, together with the compatibility with various battery brands, provides businesses with a range of options to meet their specific energy storage needs.Furthermore, its peak shaving control capability, both in grid and generator conditions, plays a crucial role in optimizing energy usage, reducing electricity costs, and enhancing grid stability during high-demand periods. The ability to operate up to six inverters in parallel for an energy storage system of up to 300kW amplifies its appeal, offering unprecedented flexibility and resilience in power management.

Through the launch of the S6-EH3P(29.9-50)K-H hybrid PV inverter, Solis reaffirms its commitment to innovation and sustainability in the solar power sector. This product not only addresses the immediate power challenges faced by businesses in Africa and beyond but also sets a new benchmark in the efficient and reliable use of renewable energy. As the world continues to navigate the complexities of energy supply and demand, solutions like the S6-EH3P(29.9-50)K-H are vital in transitioning towards more sustainable and resilient power systems. Ginlong Technologies, through its Solis brand, remains at the helm of this transformative journey, driving the global shift towards a greener, more sustainable future.

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