Home Inverters from Solis

Solis Inverters

Solis Home Inverters are born out of the Spanish and Latin word Sol, this literally meaning “SUN”. We are pleased to have the Solis Home Inverters range here in the UK to offer to you.

Solis Home Inverter S6 Duel MPPTSolis Home Inverters deliver the very latest in solar inverter technology from Ginlong Technologies.

Solis have the benefit of more than 20 years of technical development and improvement resulting highly advanced knowledge and experience in the Inverter Industry. 

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Solis Inverter Range

Original price was: £95.00.Current price is: £75.00.
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Ginlong (Solis) Technologies

Established in 2005, Ginlong Technologies who use the brand name Solis have today one of the widest installed base of string inverters globally with their our inverters converting DC to AC power and interacting with utility grid in markets around the world.

This is helping to reduce the carbon footprint, and helping us enrich society around the world. Solis is the first publicly owned and listed company with a primary focus on string inverters and the first inverter manufacturer to complete PVEL’s (Formerly part of DNV-GL) 3rd Party Inverter Reliability Testing. 

The R&D team has helped Solis inverters get approvals on multiple domestic and foreign authorised patents, even as we remain one of the pioneers at the cutting edge of change in the industry. .

The strong response to our products range has meant a wide global presence for the firm today. Solis has set up global offices and technical after-sales service centers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, India, Mexico, Spain, Netherlands, Romania and other places. Solis products have been used in high profile locations and projects around the world including the Shanghai Expo, (Shanghai, China) and on the Eiffel Tower (Paris, France) along with other leading domestic and commercial projects.

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