The robust commercial inverter from Austrian quality provider Fronius will be available from June 2021. Low overall operating costs and high yields based on a combination of smart product design, a high degree of flexibility, resistance to any environmental conditions and the fastest servicing on the market make the Tauro particularly attractive.
May 26, 2021. By News Bureau
The robust commercial inverter from Austrian quality provider Fronius will be available from June 2021. Low overall operating costs and high yields based on a combination of smart product design, a high degree of flexibility, resistance to any environmental conditions and the fastest servicing on the market make the Tauro particularly attractive for commercial PV systems.
“What was critically important to us during the development of the Fronius Tauro was to have a look at the requirements of our customers. We felt that simply thrusting yet another commercial inverter on the market was selling everyone a bit short, so we developed a product that closes the previous gaps in the market and really does add value for our customers,” explains Martin Hackl, Global Director of the Business Unit Solar Energy at Fronius International GmbH.
The new inverter is available as a Tauro and Tauro ECO . Both variants have been optimised for use in a centralised and decentralised system design. The Fronius Tauro is available in the 50 kW power category. It has three MPP trackers and an extremely wide input voltage range, which is particularly advantageous for demanding PV scenarios. The Tauro ECO has one MPP tracker, is optimised for cost and efficiency and is available in the 50, 99 and 100 kW power categories.
A reduction in the BOS costs, which can account for roughly a third of the investment costs (CAPEX), make the Tauro unbeatable. The innovative AC Daisy Chaining option allows the installer to link the AC cables of a number of Tauro inverters together directly in the device. This means that the inverter connection functions in the same way as a rudimentary AC sub-distributor, significantly reducing the number of AC distributor boxes and the amount of AC cabling. Not only is less material required, installation costs are also lowered.
Depending on requirements, surge protective device type 2 or type 1+2 is already permanently integrated. The housing offers plenty of space in the AC connection area, for example for third-party components. No external box or similar is required, thus saving on costs. V-type terminals and a mounting bracket ensure extremely easy handling, saving more money as fewer additional components such as cable lugs are required.
We have about six production lines that can handle cells of any form