Features of the grid connected inverter FRONIUS Primo 8.2-1 8,2kW
The FRONIUS Primo 8.2-1 8.2kW Grid Tie Inverter is a transformerless, single-phase, grid tie inverter.
The Primo grid connection inverters that have the “Light” designation are those that do not have the WLAN communication module installed to be able to view the inverter data through the internet, those inverters that do not have the “Light” designation do. they have incorporated.
Applications and features of the FRONIUS Primo 8.2-1 8.2kW Grid Connection Inverter:
The FRONIUS Primo 8.2-1 8.2kW Grid Connected Inverter is a single-phase grid connected inverter. All Primo models incorporate an MPPT and have IP65 protection, but the light variants lack Wlan communications for remote management and monitoring. It is perfect for any house necessities.
Primo models have a standard internet interface via Wlan or Ethernet and easy integration with components from other manufacturers, including datamanager and free connection to the solarweb portal.
It has a Meter interface that allows dynamic power management and consumption display.
The FRONIUS Primo 8.2-1 8.2kW Grid Connection Inverter is an inverter that allows interconnection with the electrical network without the need for batteries, which is why this type of installation is economical and very profitable in the long term, given its low cost from a simple installation and with few electronic devices that make the system more expensive.
For a grid connection installation to work properly, we will need a group of solar panels, previously calculated to suit the needs of each case, and a grid connection inverter, which will allow us to transform energy from the solar panels so you can make use of it.
Fronius inverters have a zero grid injection system, this means that in the event that the solar installation is producing more energy than the house or industrial building is consuming, the zero injection system will allow us to reduce the power of the inverter at our whim only in the event that there is an energy surplus .
In short, the functionality of zero injection systems is to reduce the power of the inverter when the energy produced is greater than the energy consumed, thus preventing it from being discharged into the general electrical network.
Configuration diagram of the FRONIUS Primo 8.2-1 8.2kW Network Inverter
Monitoring example of the FRONIUS Primo 8.2-1 8.2kW Network Inverter