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Tindo Solar, an Australia-based designer and manufacturer of photovoltaic solar panels, has entered into a partnership with SolarBridge Technologies to include SolarBridge's micro-inverters in their Tindo Karra-250 AC module.

The manufacturing of the Tindo Karra AC module will continue to take place at Tindo Solar's Mawson Lakes facility in Australia. The module generates 240 V AC of power and is designed for both residential and commercial systems, according to the companies.

Tindo Karra AC modules are designed for residential as well as commercial systems. They are sold as a complete assembly that includes the solar panel, inverter, cabling and earthing in an integrated product.




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