The grid is dynamic. Your microinverters need to keep up.
That’s why APsystems is driving innovation, pushing solar MLPE technology forward with groundbreaking new products. Our latest breakthrough: the YC600 dual-module, utility-interactive microinverter with Reactive Power Control (RPC) technology and Rule 21 grid support functionality.
The first of its kind, the YC600 was designed for today’s high-output PV panels, with enhanced capabilities to meet the latest grid compliance standards including UL 1741 SA requirements as well as voltage and frequency ride through. With an unprecedented 300VA peak output power per channel, the YC600 works with 60 and 72-cell modules and offers dual, independent MPPT. The unit operates within a wider voltage range than competing brands and boasts a durable, NEMA 6/IP67, powder-coated aluminum enclosure, bucking today’s trend of plastic casings.
It’s just the sort of innovation you’ve come to expect from APsystems, a global leader in solar MLPE technology with a portfolio that includes the YC1000 true 3-phase microinverter for commercial applications, still the best-selling 3-phase microinverter in the world. And with fewer components than competing brands, APsystems offers unmatched reliability and lower cost at every point in the production and distribution chain – compounding the savings while increasing solar harvest for customers. With hundreds of thousands of units installed around the globe, APsystems microinverters have produced more than 300 GWh of energy with a carbon offset of over 200,000 tons.
Innovative and reliable, powerful and proven – APsystems continues to raise the bar on solar power conversion technology for today and tomorrow.
APsystems is a global leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of microinverters based on its proven, leading-edge solar technology. APsystems was founded in Silicon Valley in 2009 and has grown to encompass three global business units with offices across the world, serving customers in more than 80 countries. APsystems USA is based in Seattle.