Based on Enphase’s third generation technology, the M215
incorporates the latest innovations in power electronics and custom
microchips to deliver 96% CEC efficiency and a range of patented
performance features that maximize the performance of 60-cell solar
In addition, the M215 is lighter weight than the M190 and offers a
“single-bolt” mounting bracket that makes installation even easier.
- 96% CEC efficiency
- Output power: 215W
- Recommended max input power: 260W
- MPPT Range: 22-36V
- Low-voltage operation capability
Full Details of this product can be found on the manufacturers website - click here
Why use Microinverters?
a "conventional" solar PV system you will size and buy a "normal"
inverter to convert the DC electricity the PV panels produce into AC
electricity that your home or business use.
Scalable System - Reduces upfront costs
mean you have to know how big a solar system you want to install now but also
keep in mind that you might want to upgrade the size of the PV system
sometime in the future. If you wish to install a 1 KW system now, you
will need to buy an inverter that can handle 1 KW of PV panels, but if
you think you might want a larger system in a couple years from now you
either have to buy a larger Inverter now or just buy the 1 KW inverter
and buy another when you decide to increase the system size.
Enphase system are smaller inverters and each solar PV Panel you install has
its own Microinverter. This means if you only install one PV panel
then you only need one small Microinverter. Then for every Solar PV
panel you install you simply add another Microinvertor.
This removes the need to decide now how big a PV system you might need years from now.Built In Monitoring
Enphase M215 Microinverters have a lifetime built in monitoring
system. Once you purchase the Envoy Gateway the performance of each
module can be monitored individually. Click image below for larger
The micro inverter is a modular system, each PV Panel you install works independently.
means if one module stops working or you get shading on one panel then
the rest of the system will keep working normally. With a
"conventional" inverter if you get shading on one panel the
performance of the rest of your PV system will drop to match the lowest
The new Enphase M215 comes with a Manufactures 25 year limited warranty (PDF
) which now matches the warranty on the PV modules themselves.
See press release Enphase Energy Launches 215-Series Microinverter with 25-Year Limited WarrantyEnphase Safety
The wiring system of the Enphase system greatly simplifies the installation of the PV Modules.
For Wiring diagrams and full technical information please read the info on the Enphase website
On Grid Solar PV Kit are the easiest way to turn your house or business into an energy making machine. These complete certified kits contain every thing you need to go green. The kits are completely expandable. You can start with 1 Kw system and add onto it any time. The only limit may be the amount of roof space you have. In an On-Grid application you become a small business as you are using your investment in solar PV to create energy which you are then selling back to the utility company. This allows you to write off your investment and generates fast ROI.
The Solar PV Module provided is the 230P module.
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- 250W is a
robust solar module with 60 solar cells. These modules can
be used for on-grid solar applications. Our meticulous design and
production techniques ensure a high-yield, long-term performance for
every module produced. Our rigorous quality control and in-house
testing facilities guarantee Canadian Solar's modules meet the highest
quality standards possible.
Solar has announced a new extended warranty. This industry leading
warranty is a 10 year product warranty, along with a 25 year linear
power warranty. Their new linear performance warranty will increase
the nominal guaranteed power output by 5.47%.
This new 25 year
linear power performance warranty guarantees Jinko Solar modules
will maintain a performance of no less than 97% of the nameplate power
output during the first year and the annual power decline will be no
more than .7% from year 2 to 24. By the end of year 25, the actual
power output will be no less than 80% of the labeled power output.