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Mastervolt, based in the Netherlands, has launched a new generation of Soladin solar inverters.

The new Soladin Web series is ideal for smaller PV systems, the company says. The products are designed to meet building code requirements in the U.K. and consist of three inverters with capacities of 700 W, 1,000 W and 1,500 W.

Each inverter includes integrated Wi-Fi, allowing owners to use the IntelliWeb Internet portal to monitor their arrays anyway. The inverters also feature integrated HF transformer and a wide input voltage range, allowing them to be used with any type of PV module or solar roof tile.

For quick and easy installation, every Soladin Web is equipped with quick-connect AC terminals and DC connectors, the company adds.



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