Power Electronics USA joins the largest event in the solar industry.

7 September, 2016

Phoenix, September 07, 2016 – Power Electronics USA Inc. will join more than 800 exhibitors at Solar Power International next week from September 12 to 15 in Las Vegas. SPI 2016, is one of the largest fairs in the solar sector in North America and recognized as one of the fastest growing fairs. It will have more than 15,000 professionals in the sector who will share ideas, innovation and information.

“We are proud to be part of SPI2016 and delighted by the opportunity to meet with our customers and contacts,” said Ron Puryear, vice president of Power Electronics USA Inc. “We expect a strong SPI in which we will showcase our new solar and storage products.”

The Power Electronics booth staff will be composed of experienced engineers and technicians who are prepared to meet with installers, contractors, integrators, solar project developers, engineering, commercials, and public service representatives from across the US. and from all over the world

HEC- US V1500

Power Electronics USA Inc. will present the new HEC-US V1500 inverter for the 1,500 Vdc market. The HEC-US V1500 family of inverters is certified with UL-1741 and available in 20 different power levels between 1 MW and 3.5 MW. The V1500 HEC-US V1500 thus joins the HEC-US product line with a modular and fault-tolerant architecture, a highly durable stainless steel outdoor construction, the best cooling system and energy conversion on several levels. The HEC-US V1500 also has advanced software options to meet not only UL-1741 but all the connection standards required in North America that ensure a suitable solution for each project.

The family of inverters of the HEC-US V1500 is also backed by the well-known 24/7 Power on Support service, an exceptional customer service to provide both greater uptime and plant production time.

Join the more than 15,000 professionals who will attend the largest solar event in the USA and come and enjoy Power Electronics in Booth # 1459.

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