New Fronius Commercial Rooftop Solution

Commercial rooftop PV systems are difficult environments by nature. In order to make commercial installations a breeze, Fronius now offers a Rooftop Solution. Including the already available Fronius Symo inverter, the Fronius Rooftop Solution includes adaptive MC4 connector cables and a lightweight Shade Cover. The adaptive nature of the Rooftop Solution will aid in NEC 2014 and 2017 requirements.

The Symo 24.0 inverter is lightweight and allows for mounting at any angle and paired with the shade cover you can mount directly next to the array. Read more about the product launch announcement from Fronius.

Fronius Symo 24.0 – Available at!

  • Transformerless three-phase commercial inverter
  • Lightweight at 95.7 lbs
  • 24 kW Power class
  • SnapINverter mounting system

Fronius Shade Cover – Request this accessory on your next quote!

  • Lower operating temperatures
  • Easy zero tilt mounting
  • Weather protection for harsh conditions

Fronius MC4 Connector – Request this accessory on your next quote!

  • Decreased commissioning time
  • Improved technician safety
  • Decreased installation time

About Fronius

Fronius has been engaged in the field of renewable energy, and in particular solar energy, since 1992. The first Fronius inverter, the “Sunrise”, was developed in 1995, marking the birth of Fronius Solar Energy. The third and youngest of the three Fronius Business Units was responsible for a revolution in 2001, when on the roof of the former production site in Pettenbach, the Fronius IG came into being. This was an immense, innovative leap forward in the field of inverters. For the first time plug-in cards were used to upgrade the device, for example with a WLAN module, giving it a future-proof feature that had never before been deemed possible. The product lifetime of the inverter clearly demonstrates its exceptional quality; it was not until the end of 2015 that the Fronius IG was discontinued.

As well as manufacturing inverters, Fronius has also been consistently working on different research projects right from the start, always with the aim of making renewable energy future-proof. The Fronius Energycell, which first went into development as early as 2002, is one of these projects. This system has been designed to convert solar energy into hydrogen and then store it. In 2009 it was certified as the world’s first system of its kind anywhere in the world by TÜV Süd.

The next evolutionary leap forward for inverters came in 2013: the Fronius Galvo marked the arrival of the SnapINverter generation on the market. The intelligent design of the Fronius Galvo and the models that followed caused delight among installers and customers alike.

Learn more about Fronius on their website.

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