Havells unveils Dual Mode Micro Inverter to revolutionize solar power

Havells India Limited, a prominent Fast Moving Electrical Goods (FMEG) company, has launched the Dual Mode Micro Inverter (DMMI). This innovation, backed by four US patents, is poised to reshape the solar power industry by addressing traditional inverter and microinverter limitations.

 

Key Features include:
Equipped with an MPPT-based Solar Charge Controller, the DMMI efficiently converts DC current from solar panels into AC current.

 

Available in two models, DMMI-800 and DMMI-1600, these inverters can seamlessly transition between ON-Grid and Off-Grid modes, accommodating various grid scenarios.

 

Both DMMI models are compatible with all types of solar module technologies.

 

Additionally, traditional solar inverters and microinverters rely heavily on a reference grid voltage, rendering them non-operational during power cuts and wasting solar energy. Havells has tackled this challenge with its patented Dual Mode Micro Inverter (DMMI).

 

The DMMI operates as both an ON-Grid inverter, providing power to loads and exporting excess energy to the grid, and an Off-Grid inverter, supporting connected loads without exporting power to the grid. In Off-Grid mode, it ensures anti-islanding, preventing power export to the grid and enabling power consumption by connected loads only.

 

Parag Bhatnagar, President of Havells India, expressed excitement about the DMMI launch, emphasizing the company's commitment to delivering efficient, dependable, and eco-friendly energy solutions. He noted that DMMI empowers users to fully harness solar power's potential, regardless of grid constraints.

 

One standout feature of the DMMI is its seamless integration beneath solar modules, eliminating the need for extensive DC wiring. This enhances safety and reliability. Even if a single module encounters issues like shading or debris, the DMMI ensures uninterrupted power generation.

 

Moreover, the DMMI can be linked to EDGE, a real-time data logging device that connects to home Wi-Fi networks. This allows users to monitor their solar power plant's performance, load usage, and grid power export through a user-friendly website or mobile app. The EDGE device also facilitates over-the-air software upgrades from Havells' development team.

 

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