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Canadian Solar Inc. has released the ResidentialAC system, which combines a 250 W PV module with a micro-inverter.

According to the company, the system is designed to address all of the critical limitations of current first-generation AC micro-inverters in the market. It features a 25-year micro-inverter warranty to match the module's warranty, power generation in high-temperature environments (up to 65 degrees C), and the ability to work with higher-power modules up to 300 MW.

The ResidentialAC system also includes monitoring software, allowing customers module-level tracking of solar panel performance to optimize the system's solar energy production, the company adds.



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