Extremely compact and light, the new RS Three-Phase inverters from Riello Solartech are available with power ranging from 6 to 30 kW and benefit from brand new technologies with high-quality components, the result of the work of the Verona company’s R&D team, who guarantee the utmost product reliability and allow them to achieve high efficiency under all working conditions.

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Other outstanding features of the new Riello Solartech RS T three-phase inverters include the DC-side disconnector, type II DC and AC surge arresters, and multiple inputs for maximum optimization of the strings that converge on the two independent MPPT trackers characterised by a wide voltage range; all of this ensures maximum configuration flexibility, efficiency optimization and prolonged energy production.
The RS T models incorporate natural ventilation (up to 15 kW) with adequate heat sinks to ensure maximum heat exchange or forced ventilation (for 20 to 30 kW models) with controlled speed extraction fans in relation to the operating conditions, to minimize leakage.
The innovative digital control for all power stages guarantees low susceptibility to power disruptions, avoiding undesired disconnection due to variations or micro-interruptions.

Already connected via the app or the Cloud
The Riello Solartech RS T inverters feature a unique, innovative design. The aluminium case makes them strong yet lightweight and ensures a real IP65 protection level, meaning it’s well-suited even for outdoor applications.
The user interface on the front panel has LEDs for indicating DC and AC side status and communications; in addition, there is a luminescent display divided into several sections that shows information including: date, time, alarms (if any), type of connection, operating diagram, MPPT1 and MPPT2 voltage/current, E-Day, E-Total, power and all instantaneous network parameters.
Moreover, the inverters interface via Wi-Fi integrated with the RS Connect smartphone APP, which enables users to manage the configuration and initiate self-tests.
Again via Wi-Fi or an Ethernet card (optional), the inverters can be connected to the Internet for data management on the RS Monitoring supervisory portal, where it is possible to remotely monitor the strings in detail and to view the installation's performance.
Finally, through the integrated BUS 485 interface it is possible to connect several inverters to a dedicated datalogger, which will manage the connection to the portal of the whole plant via Ethernet, with the option of connecting energy meters and environmental sensors.