The blueplanet 92.0 TL3, just like the blueplanet 87.0 TL3, opens up the state-of-the-art technology of the blueplanet 125 TL3 for large solar roofs. This includes the highest efficiency among all comparable inverters thanks to novel semiconductors made of silicon carbide (SiC).
For all PV modules
You can operate the inverter in rooftop systems and in ground-mounted solar parks - on PV modules with 1000 volts as well as with 1500 volts. For commercial and industrial solar roofs, the blueplanet 92.0 TL3 complies with the current regulations on electromagnetic compatibility: The DC-side EMC protection allows installation in or on buildings.
For a safe investment
Another new feature is the ability to protect both the AC and DC connections as well as the communication interfaces against overvoltage. The PID set is another optional feature that helps to safeguard your solar investment. A standard feature is the protection against corrosion by salty air near the sea.
Your benefits at a glance
- Optimized for PV modules with 1000 V and 1500 V
- Highest efficiencies thanks to innovative SiC semiconductor technology
- Surge protection for AC/DC connections and communication interfaces available
- Special properties for extreme climatic conditions
- Lean commissioning and maintenance 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."
Vinterbro, Norway: The roof of a cold storage facility south of Oslo is Norway's first commercial solar power plant with 1500 V technology. PV components such as the blueplanet 92.0 TL3, which are designed for this higher voltage, allow longer module strings. Compared to 1000 V, this means lower cabling costs. The 2 MW system requires 22 inverters – which have also been developed to deliver full power during icy winters or high temperatures on the roof in summer.