APsystems YC600 smart-grid microinverters installed across the U.S.
The world's most advanced solar microinverter, the smart-grid compliant YC600 from APsystems, is now being installed in solar markets nationwide.
A true utility-interactive microinverter with Reactive Power Control (RPC) technology, the YC600 meets CA Rule 21 requirements and is NEC 2014/2017 Rapid Shutdown compliant. The YC600 sets a bold new standard for solar microinverter technology, boasting an unprecedented 300VA peak output per channel and accommodating 60- and 72-cell PV modules.
A wider MPPT voltage range than competing brands means greater energy harvest for homeowners, and the unit is shelled in a rugged, NEMA 6/IP67, powder-coated aluminum enclosure, bucking today's trend of plastic casings.
The YC600 builds on the successful APsystems line of multi-module microinverters, simplifying installation while reducing installation costs and time on the job site.
YC600 FEATURES INCLUDE:
Dual-module microinverter with independent MPPT
Utility-interactive with Reactive Power Control (RPC)
CA Rule 21 compliance
Continuous power of 274VA per channel, 300VA peak
Accommodates modules from 250-365W+
Wide MPPT voltage range (22V-45V)
Meets NEC 2014/2017 690.12 Rapid Shutdown requirements
APsystems Big In Solar Builder's New 2018 Inverter Buyers Guide
APsystems gets some great press in the new 2018 Inverter Buyers Guide from Solar Builder Mag, out now.
The editors tout the new APsystems YC600 microinverter with Reactive Power Control and Rule 21 grid support functionality. Offering 300 VA peak output power per channel, the YC600 works with 60- and 72-cell PV modules and offers dual, independent MPPT per panel - setting a powerful new standard for microinverter technology.
Also in the Buyers Guide: The APsystems EMA App, offering comprehensive, real-time system monitoring through your handheld device. "APsystems provides complimentary module-level monitoring through its cloud-based EMA service for both homeowners and installers," Solar Builder writes. "With the EMA app, users can see the energy their system is producing at the panel level, so if the app shows that a particular PV module is underperforming, the owner knows to check for shading issues, debris and damage."