A planning software where you can import 3D Models, an intelligent charging cable with mobile electricity metre, an in-roof module in three formats and a junction box that can be installed without drilling. These are our top products of the week.
Glass-glass modules are becoming increasingly popular. TE Connectivity's new Solarlok PV Edge junction box is designed for this purpose and allows relatively easy installation.
Sonnenstromfabrik presents new in-roof modules for the Solrif mounting system.
Charging infrastructure is expensive, electricity metres are stationary and the charging cable is just a cable. Right? Not necessarily.
The new version of Valentin Software's PV Sol Premium 2019 planning software makes the design of photovoltaic systems even more efficient.
An EMS to control and monitor installations more efficiently, three new solar panels, a telecontroller that can be controlled via LTE and a mobile tester to calibrate EV charging stations. These are our top products of the week:
As of April 2019, only calibrated charging stations are permitted for billing. A new charging metre box enables the authorities to carry out a precise and quick verification – even without an electric car.
The telecontroller WebRTU from EES makes it possible to use remote control technology via the LTE wireless standard.
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