World’s first “Mini-Inverter” makes solar energy easier to use

One of the main qualms many have with solar energy is that it can be problematic and unreliable. CyboEnergy’s launch of the CyboInverter, the world’s first solar power Mini-Inverter, is aiming to put an end to those concerns.

What sets the CyboInverter apart is that it can perform Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) while connecting with each solar panel. This means that potential shading problems can be erased while boosting power production.

One of the best qualities about a CyboInverter is that is is cost efficient which will always catch the eye of consumers.

“We are very excited to introduce a new type of inverter for the solar power industry to help reduce the total product and installation costs,” Dr. George Cheng, Cybosoft Chairman and CyboEnergy CEO, told WebWire.

A CyboInverter sets itself apart from Centralized Inverters and Microinverters, the current types of solar power inverters on the market, in other ways as well. A unique aspect of a CyboInverter is that its design caters to easy installation and use.

CyboEnergy will be showing off the CyboInverter at the Intersolar North America 2011 convention in San Francisco on July 12-14, 2011. 

Author: Nate Lew

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