- 15 kg
UNO-DM-TL-PLUS-Q outdoor string inverter
Standard Version: UNO-DM-x.x-TL-PLUS-B-Q
With DC switch Version: UNO-DM-x.x-TL-PLUS-SB-Q
One size fits all
The design wraps ABB’s quality and engineering into a lightweight and compact package thanks to technological choices optimized for installations with a uniform orientation.
All power ratings share the same overall volume, allowing higher performance in a minimum space, and are available with single Maximum Power Point Trackers.
Easy to install, fast to commission
The presence of Plug and Play connectors, both on the DC and AC side, as well as the wireless communication, enable a simple, fast and safe installation without the need of opening the front cover of the inverter. The featured easy commissioning routine removes the need for a long configuration process, resulting in lower installation time and costs. Improved user experience thanks to the build in User Interface (UI) or the Installer for Solar Inverters app which enable access to features such as advanced inverter configuration settings, dynamic feed-in control and load manager, from any WLAN enabled device (smartphone, tablet or PC).
The embedded logging capabilities and direct transferring of the data to Internet (via Ethernet or WLAN) allow customers to enjoy the whole Aurora Vision® remote monitoring experience. The advanced communication interfaces (WLAN, Ethernet, RS485) combined with an efficient Modbus (RTU/TCP) communication protocol, Sunspec compliant, allow the inverter to be easily integrated within any smart environment and with third party monitoring and control systems. A complete set of control functions with the embedded efficient algorithm, enabling dynamic control of the feed-in (i.e. zero injection), make the inverter suitable for worldwide applications in compliance with regulatory norms and needs of the utilities.
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