Buy the ABB inverter TRIO-20.0-TL-OUTD-S2X at the best price - online only. This three-phase transformerless inverter is part of the new generation of ABB inverters for residential or industrial installation. Therefore, it is very light and easy to install. It uses natural convection for cooling. The front side of the inverter is sliding vertically. This system allows for quick and efficient connection. This inverter is IP65 certified and can be installed outside. The FS version contains a switch, a fuse and a arrester in a separate box plug to the inverter.
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The AURORA TRIO range
This new generation three-phase inverter for domestic installations is available in three different power ratings: 5.8, 7.5 and 8.5 kW. The compact, transformerless TRIOs are the latest high-performance products from the AURORA family and are ease to use, install, monitor and control. The topology of the TRIO 20.0/27.6 inverters has been redesigned to ensure that the TRIO 5.8/7.5/8.5 models also enjoy high conversion efficiency across a wide range of input voltages, and that the double MPPT gives maximum installation flexibility for an optimal energy production (TRIO 7.5/8.5 models). The new generation inverters can integrate power control, monitoring functionalities and environmental sensor inputs without requiring external components. A compact expansion card gives access to the Ethernet datalogger, which allows parameters to be monitored both locally (with the integrated webserver) or remotely (via the Vision portal), via a LAN connection.