Webinar: How Circuit Protection Drives Safer and More Cost-effective Solar Architecture to Maximize Output

EIN 36 CS GreengateSolar 400

 June 15, 2021

The building of a solar infrastructure can depend on economic drivers and the pressure to achieve parity with traditional electrical power sources. Therefore, cutting costs and increasing the output of a photovoltaic (PV) system is a priority. By adding in proper solar circuit protection, a more economical architecture can be designed, equipment is safeguarded, downtime is reduced, and safety is improved, creating a more efficient and cost-effective PV system with maximum output.

After completing this webinar attendees will learn:

  • Why solar fuses are unique compared to general-purpose fuses
  • Solar standard requirements and how to design in safety   
  • How to properly size fuses to increase efficiencies
  • The difference between the prevalent system architectures
  • The benefits of using high-ampacity solar fuses to reduce architecture costs and improve safety

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