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meet the enphase m190 grid tie inverter


Enphase Energy, the manufacturer of the revolutionary micro inverter system has released a new and improved version of the micro inverter called the m190. Enphase recently put out their preliminary datasheet of their newest addition to the Enphase product mix. The m190 is compatible with 60 and 70 cell solar panels and has the following improvements over the m175 and m200 product lines:

  • a wider temperature range the micro inverter can operate in. The enphase m190 can operate in ambient temperatures between -40c to +65C
  • mean time between failures (MTBF) of 365 years, which triples the MTBF rating of the M175/M200 models. According to the company this was verified by testing the micro inverter for 10 million unit hours of operation in the field.
  • The M190 makes installation even easier by reducing the number of cables to manage to one 6′ cable versus two 3′ cables on the M175/M200 models.
  • You thought the M175/M200 was small enough? The new m190 has a 30% smaller footprint than its predecessors.
  • upgraded racking bracket makes it easier and more flexible to install the m190 face up or down and allows for easier cable routing.

The Enphase M190 marks a significant milestone in how the micro-inverter is evolving. In my opinion it’s a good sign that Enphase Energy is making continuous improvements with their product because the results are going to be a more a even smaller, easier to install grid tie inverter solution. Check out the preliminary datasheet below. What do you think about the Enphase M190?

Author: Deep Patel

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