SMA has announced that it is now taking orders for its Sunny Central 2750-EV-US inverter. With 10% more power than previous models, the Sunny Central 2750-EV-US is SMA’s solution for maximum power density and integration, according to the company.
Following closely behind the Sunny Central 2500-EV-US, which was the first utility-scale inverter to be listed to the UL 62109 standard, the Sunny Central 2750-EV-US has also achieved UL 62109 listing – assuring customers that it meets high quality and safety standards.
“We are pleased to introduce our latest Sunny Central solution to the market ahead of schedule,” says Boris Wolff, executive vice president of SMA’s Utility Business Unit. “The new, larger power class of the Sunny Central 2750-EV-US will help further reduce installation costs, and it builds on our experience with 1,500 V technology for large-scale power plants. In addition, the UL 62109 listing ensures that our customers can count on the highest quality and safety available.”
Utilizing SMA’s field-proven central inverter technology with minor component changes, this solution will result in higher power yields and lower specific costs, the company claims. The Sunny Central 2750-EV-US can be used as a standalone solution, but the company notes the solution is also ready for integration into the SMA Medium Voltage Power Station with the DC Combiner, Medium Voltage switchgear and Power Plant Controller for a complete utility solution. The Sunny Central 2750-EV-US also includes SMA’s OptiCool precision cooling technology, creating additional OPEX savings and contributing to a lower cost of ownership in utility-scale PV, according to the company.