CHECK IF INVERTER/STRING IS SUITABLE TO BE USED FOR A SPECIFIED NUMBER OF PANELS

* This calculator may have errors, it is only for reference. The information which you calculate from this Calculator is intended for use by you as a guide only.

Note: Australian Standard AS5033-2014 clause 3.1 which states: “PV arrays for installation on domestic dwellings shall not have PV array maximum voltages greater than 600V. For non-domestic installations where the PV array maximum voltage exceeds 600V, the entire PV array and associated wiring and protection shall have restricted access.”

GET THE FOLLOWING VALUES FROM THE INVERTER DATASHEET

Maximum DC Input Power in watts:
* For example if rating is 6kW, enter 6000
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Maximum DC Input Voltage/Max. Voltage per MPPT:
* Maximum voltage allowed for domestic installations is 600V.
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Lower value of the MPPT:
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Upper value of the MPPT:
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Inverter AC Output power/continous output in watts:
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

GET THE FOLLOWING VALUES FROM THE PANEL DATASHEET

Panel Power in watts, Pmp:
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Panel Voc at STC:
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Panel's temperature coefficient of Voc:
*Figure will be a negative %, please enter as a positive %. For example -0.28% will be entered as 0.28
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Minimum Temperature expected at the site, in deg Celcius:
 
? The value must be betweeen -40 to 20 (inclusive).

How many Solar Panels in series on MPPT 1?
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

How many Solar Panels in series on MPPT 2?
 
? The value must be greater than 0.

Total PV Array Size = 0.00 Watts
No. of Panels in MPPT1 = 0
Inverter String Check No. of Panels in MPPT2 = 0
Max. Voltage at MPPT1 = 0.00 Volts

Inverter String Check Max. Voltage at MPPT2 = 0.00 Volts

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