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ReneSola Ltd., a manufacturer of solar PV modules and wafers, has introduced Micro RePlus, which is available as a stand-alone microinverter or integrated with a ReneSola panel.

Micro RePlus comes complete with monitoring software, communications gateway hardware and cables equipped with MC4 compatible connectors. It also features weatherproof cabling and a silicone potted enclosure designed to withstand harsh weather conditions.

Micro Replus will be available for same-day shipping from ReneSola's East and West Coast U.S. warehouses beginning this fall.

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