Princeton Power Systems GTIB GTIB-480-125-XXXXXX-W-G1.3 [480V]

Princeton Power Systems GTIB GTIB-480-125-XXXXXX-W-G1.3 [480V]

Good
  • Efficiency: 94.0%
  • Type: String inverter

125 kW, 480 Vac, 800 Vdc max, 3-phase Utility Interactive Inverter with transformer, where X = B, D, DH, GN, M, OV, V or blank B=Battery Temperature sensor D=Microgrid Option (dark start option)-254-780 Vdc (cannot be used with DH option) DH= Microgrid Option (dark start option)-450-800 Vdc (cannot be used with D option) GN= Ground Fault Detector/interrupter module installed, negatively grounded (cannot be used when position Y is blank) M= Integrated Revenue Meter with Modbus over TCP/IP OV=DC port overvoltage relay V=Low voltage option DC36-800V (Cannot be used with D or DH option) Position Y=X,W, or blank

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125 kW, 480 Vac, 800 Vdc max, 3-phase Utility Interactive Inverter with transformer, where X = B, D, DH, GN, M, OV, V or blank B=Battery Temperature sensor D=Microgrid Option (dark start option)-254-780 Vdc (cannot be used with DH option) DH= Microgrid Option (dark start option)-450-800 Vdc (cannot be used with D option) GN= Ground Fault Detector/interrupter module installed, negatively grounded (cannot be used when position Y is blank) M= Integrated Revenue Meter with Modbus over TCP/IP OV=DC port overvoltage relay V=Low voltage option DC36-800V (Cannot be used with D or DH option) Position Y=X,W, or blank

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Type
String inverter
Efficiency
94.0%
Nominal Voltage
480VAC
Maximum Output Power
125.0kW
Individual models of inverters are designed specifically for certain types of solar installations: residential vs. utility-scale, 60 cell vs. 72 cell solar panels, system level or module level power economics.
Features
  • Built In Meter
  • Microinverter
  • Smart Inverter Phase 1
  • Smart Inverter Phase 1 with Tested
There are three primary inverter types: string inverters, power optimizers paired with string inverters and microinverters. Inverters may come with additional features and capabilities beyond their standard method of operation.
Nominal
670.0VDC
Minimum
280.0VDC
Maximum
800.0VDC
Night Tare Loss
99.7W
The voltage and voltage range across which an inverter can operate are indicative of the overall performance of an inverter. A wide range of voltages means the inverter can perform well across a variety of solar output conditions.
Certifications received
None
Organizations like the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL) create national and international standards for inverter systems to ensure any products on the market meet certain specifications for safety and reliability reasons.
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