Loadshedding a problem at your house? The Solis S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter is now available in South Africa

  • Solis, a global leading manufacturer of solar & energy storage solutions, now offers the S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter to the South African market.
  • It is the perfect solutions to overcome the loadshedding crisis in the country which seems to be getting worse.
  • What sets the S6 apart from its competitors, is it allows for generator connectivity and multiple input methods plus automatic UPS switching and up to 10 seconds of 200% surge power backup overload capability. 

The Solis S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter is relieving more households in South Africa from the effects of power outages. Image credit: Solis

Another unique feature of the S6 is its support for both 1-phase and 3-phase flexible connection with a maximum of 48kW in parallel. Additionally, the S6 can handle up to 190A max (8kw model) charge/discharge current and comes equipped with six customizable charge/discharge time settings. The inverter is compatible with both lead-acid and lithium batteries, offering multiple battery protection features.

The S6 also supports peak shaving control in both “self-use” and “generator” modes, making it a versatile solution for any solar energy system. With Solis’ dedication to research and development, the S6 is the product of years of innovation and hard work.

Solis ranked No.3 in global PV inverter shipment, No.2 in global single-phase, and No.3 in global three-phase string market share by shipments.

The launch of the S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter further cements Solis’s position as a leader in the renewable energy sector. With its advanced features and compatibility with multiple battery types, the S6 is sure to be a popular choice for those looking to transition to clean, reliable energy in South Africa.

For more technical information on the S6 link HERE 

Solis Inverters approved by the City of Cape Town

City of Cape Town mayoral committee member for energy, Beverley van Reenen, has announced that from October 2023, all solar PV and/or battery storage applications at the City of Cape Town will be treated as grid-tied systems. This means that all systems need a City-approved inverter and professional sign-off. Solis inverters have been approved in compliance with the standards set by the Cape Town City council. Link to the list of approved inverters HERE

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

About Solis

Established in 2005 and listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (300763. SZ), Ginlong (Solis) Technologies is one of the largest and most experienced global solar inverter manufacturers. The company provides cost-effective solutions for homes, businesses and large-scale power plants; delivering value at every level of the solar supply chain and appealing to homeowners and businesses, as well as electricity producers and renewable energy investors globally. Combining a global supply chain with world-class R&D and manufacturing capabilities, validated under the most stringent international certification, Ginlong optimises Solis inverters for each regional market, serving and supporting its customers with a team of local experts. The company aims to work with stakeholders to accelerate the world’s journey towards a more sustainable future.

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