Fast installation, reliable operation, smooth maintenance - in the blueplanet 125 TL3 you will find pioneering technology to secure your investment in a solar power plant.
The blueplanet 125 TL3 is KACO new energy's first inverter designed for 1500 volt modules. It is also the first inverter to incorporate silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductors. Thanks to this technology, the inverter weighs less than 80 kilograms at a full 125 kVA: a high power density, especially since the inverter allows for an oversizing of its AC power by 1.5 times.
The inverter that stays cool
The efficiency of 99 percent and the wide MPP range of 875 to 1300 volts underline this high performance. The blueplanet 125 TL3 handles heat and cold over a wide temperature range of -25 to +60 °C - and is the only inverter that enters a performance derating as high as 55 °C.
You can commission the inverters via mobile devices on site or from afar. Later on, monitoring and maintenance are conveniently achieved via remote services.
Award for pioneering technology
The blueplanet 125 TL3 has been named pv magazine top innovation for the use of silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductors. The jury states: "Silicon carbide as an alternative semiconductor material for string inverters has been discussed for some time. [...] Kaco New Energy has now introduced a product that it wants to manufacture in larger quantities. This is not an end in itself, but allows to build a powerful, light and small device with 125 kilowatts, which requires comparatively few components."
Your benefits at a glance
- Optimized for solar power plants with 1500 volt technology
- Extraordinary performance in the smallest possible packaged space
- Simplified handling and logistics
- Extensive grid management functions
- Special properties for extreme climatic conditions
- Lean commissioning and maintenance via remote services
How to easily set up the blueplanet 125 TL3
You can commission up to 100 blueplanet 125 TL3 inverters simultaneously. An easy to use Installation Wizard guides you through the configuration process.
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