Sungrow has received VDE 4120 compliance certificate for its string inverter SG60KTL, becoming the first PV pure player to receive this certificate in the string inverter segment worldwide.
VDE-AR-N 4120:2015 fulfills the technical conditions necessary for the connections and operations of the Sungrow SG60KTL to the high voltage network.
Sungrow has teamed up with leading global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL on certification of the SG60KTL. (Read Sungrow Showcases 1500V String Inverter, ESS, and Floating PV System at PV Expo Japan 2018)
DNV GL has issued a Type Certificate for Sungrow’s PV inverter SG60KTL demonstrating compliance with the German guideline VDE-AR-N 4120.(Read Sungrow Turnkey Station Powers 1.5MW Floating Solar PV Plant in Japan)
The SG60KTL is a compact 66 kVA three-phase inverter with a maximum efficiency of 98.9% in a very compact and light weight design for easy installation.
“We are very proud having received VDE 4120 compliance,” said Stefan Froboese, Technical Director for Sungrow EMEA. “Product safety and compliance are paramount for the success of Sungrow and our customers likewise. With this certification, we have shown once more that we are taking the lead in product compliance in all relevant markets. Third-party independent verification with regards to all applicable technical standards is required in today’s markets and we have taken the necessary steps accordingly.”
“We are happy to provide Sungrow with this type certificate which gives Sungrow an internationally recognized proof that its PV inverter was developed and manufactured to rigorous quality and safety standards and is in line with the respective grid connection requirements,” said Bernd Hinzer, Head of Grid Connection Certification at DNV GL.