Tigo Energy now selling residential string inverters and LFP batteries
Tigo Energy is now selling its Product Lines Energy Intelligence (EI) Inverter and Battery to residential installers in the United States. The company says these new solutions are designed by Tigo, but produced by partners.
The new Tigo EI string inverters offer highly efficient energy conversion for home use or export to the grid. When used with Tigo TS4 MLPE products, it provides module-level optimization, monitoring, and rapid shutdown and enables home energy backup when paired with a home energy storage system such as the Tigo LFP EI battery. The products are available in 7.6 kW and 11.4 kW configurations and feature:
- Up to 200% DC Oversizing
- 50V starting voltage
- Built-in Wi-Fi and optional mobile communication
- Modular and lightweight design
The new Tigo Energy Intelligence Battery manages the energy bill for usage rate plans and backup energy in the event of a power outage. To meet a wide range of home energy needs, the EI battery can be configured to back up both the entire home and critical loads. Tigo EI Battery systems are rated at 9.9 kWh per enclosure, with a usable capacity of 9.0 kWh, and feature:
- Scalability up to 40 kWh, with four enclosures per inverter
- Warranty protection of 132 months or 6,000 cycles
- 5 kW continuous and 6 kW peak power
- Operating range between 14-122°F
The Tigo Energy Intelligence product line provides maximum flexibility in an integrated system that is easy to install, quick to commission and easy to maintain via the Tigo EI mobile app and a browser-based program. The Tigo EI platform provides system diagnostics and wireless software upgrades. In addition, energy production is clearly monitored and analyzed for greater visibility and understanding of energy systems. With industry-leading warranties on all hardware, homeowners and installers can continue to rely on Tigo Energy’s product performance and support.
“With the addition of the battery and inverter products, we now offer a comprehensive solar and storage system that retains the flexibility and choice our customers have come to expect from Tigo,” said Zvi Alon, CEO of Tigo Energy. “As with our Flex MLPE products, the new EI battery and inverter products offer a very simple installation and commissioning process and powerful fleet management features. In turn, the end customer will benefit from access to an abundance of resilient, renewable and secure energy with a system that can be precisely tuned for price and performance.”
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