Ludwig Schletter's company SL Rack presents itself to the photovoltaics market with new mounting systems using an intuitive modular system.
At Intersolar 2019 the company Solare Datensysteme had presented their energy management system Solarlog Base and the Solarlog Web Enerest 4.0.
With the new online consulting tool Power-Coach from the Austrian company My-PV, private individuals, specialist tradesmen, planners and energy consultants can increase the self-consumption of new or existing solar power systems.
A tool for planning roof-mounted PV systems, an EV wall box compatible with any backend, a set of new fuses for solar systems and a compact energy metre for wall boxes. Here are our top products of the week:
The companies Charge IT mobility and Bauer Brothers have developed an energy meter that is to be used for the operation of AC charging systems in conformity with statutory calibration regulations.
Jean Müller, manufacturer of switchgear and protective devices, has expanded its portfolio of photovoltaic fuses.
Keba from Austria presents a wall box that complies with German calibration law for the consumption-based billing of charging output by the kilowatt hour.
With the new tool PVsit, Solarschmiede Software makes it easier for installers to carry out on-site inspections of grid-connected solar power systems.
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