Microinverters are revolutionising solar technology. Connect your solar panel directly to your ENPHASE M215 and the performance and monitoring of each of your solar panels will be at peak level.
The ENVOY gateway is required in order to activate the ENPHASE microinverter. Without this, the microinverter will not function. Furthermore, the ENPHASE cables are essential to ensure the products function properly.
Microinverter: The Emphase M215 microinverter is installed behind each solar panel, enabling them to work independently from one another. Electricity production is more efficient as each panel is connected to its own microinverter. In addition, if something happens to one of the panels, the others will continue to produce electricity.
Single phase:The EMPHASE M215 microinverter operates in single phase.
Best perfomance: The ENPHASE microinverter enables you to significantly optimise long-term energy production by 7% on average. Solar panels degrade in different ways and the microinverter optimises these irregularities.
20-year guarantee: The Emphase guarantee of 20 years is an important benefit when calculating the profitability or return you make on your investment. Such long-term performance is rare.
Connected on-line: The EMPHASE M215 microinverter operates with the Envoy Communications Gateway. PLC technology is used for communication between the inverter and the Envoy gateway. Smart software called "enlighten" collects all the data from your installation and monitors energy production in real time as well the the performance of the microinverters.
|MPPT range :||16...36 V|
|Max. input current :||15A|
|Length x Height x Depth:||172 x 164 x 25mm|
|MPPT Tracker :||1|
|Mini. inverter power:||190W|
|Max. inverter power:||270W|
|Place of manufacture:||Asia|
|Product warranty:||20 years|
Each connector are spaced 1.025 m apart if they are in portrait mode.The quantity you select is the number of connector. The connectors are already mounted on the cable. Of course this number is associated with the number of micro-inverter Enphase you have ordered. This solution is ready for use.
Connector's hood forEnphase micro-inverter.
Tip of ending for CableEnphase M215 micro inverter. At the end of your cable your connect directly this tip. It is completely sealed and waterproof. Be careful when you attach this piece to your cable termination Enphase, you can remove it than cutting. Be sure the good length of your cable before the order.Proper installation with our products Enphase.
The tool allows disconnectionEnphase micro-inverter disconnect your Enphase M215 from its connector. Also, it helps tighten the tip termination. This product is very useful for mounting all products Enphase.
Each connector are spaced 1.7 m in landscape mode.The quantity you select is the number of connector. The connectors are already mounted on the cable. Of course this number is associated with the number of micro-inverterEnphase you have ordered. This solution is ready for use.
The next-generation Envoy-S Metered provides energy usage insights, remote update capabilities and load management, enabling a more cost-effective and reliable solar installation while adding significant value for system owners. Version "Metered".
USB key that connects to the ENVOY. This USB-key allows you to connect to your ENVOY to WLAN.
TheEnphase Envoy communications gateway is the core of your network. Homeowners can easily monitor the status of their system using the LCD screen of the Envoy and get more detailed information per module via Enlighten, software monitoring and analysis of Enphase. WIFI included directly in this ENVOY-S gateway.
The Engage Cable is a continuous length of 2.5 mm2, outdoor rated cable with integrated connectors for microinverters. These connectors are preinstalled along the Engage Cable at intervals to accommodate PV module widths. The microinverters plug directly into the connectors, and the Engage Cable is terminated into the junction box that feeds electricity back to the system AC disconnect.
|Lay the Engage Cable along the route it will travel, positioning the connectors so that they align with the solar panels.|
Mark the approximate centres of each PV module on the mounting rail. Evaluate the location of the microinverter with respect to the PV module DC junction box or any other obstructions. Allow a minimum of 1.9 cm (0.75 inches) between the roof and the bottom of the microinverter. Also allow 1.3 cm (0.50 inches) between the back of the PV module and the top of the microinverter. With the silver side of the microinverter facing up and the black side facing down, mount one microinverter at each location using suitable hardware. The indicator light on the underside of the microinverter will be facing the roof.
Remove and discard the temporary shipping cap from the Engage Cable and connect the micro inverter. There are two latching mechanisms within the connectors. Listen for two clicks as the connectors engage. Ensure that both latching mechanisms have engaged.
Repeat for all microinverters in the AC branch circuit.
|Cover any unused connector with a sealing cap. Listen for two clicks as the connectors engage. Ensure that both latching mechanisms have engaged.|
Remove 60mm (2.5 inches) of the cable sheath from the conductors. Slide the hex nut onto the Engage Cable. Insert the Engage Cable all the way into the wire organiser (up to the stop). Bend the individual wires back into the recesses in the wire organiser so that they angle back toward the cable.
Screw the hex nut onto the cap. Never unscrew the hex nut as this can twist and damage the cable. Ensure that all cabling is located underneath the PV module.
|Connect Engage Cable into the AC branch circuit junction box using an appropriate gland or strain relief fitting. The Engage Cable requires a strain relief connector with an opening of 1.3 cm (0.5 inches) in diameter. Connect the Engage Cable into additional AC junction boxes as needed to transition to conduit between smaller sub-arrays.|
|Mount the PV modules above the microinverters. Mate the microinverters and PV modules as required. Repeat for all remaining PV modules using one microinverter for each PV module.|