Renovo Power Systems™ was founded in 2008 by partners who met during graduate studies at the University of Michigan with the goal to develop advanced inverters for the renewable energy market. Combining business, energy and electronics knowledge from the United States, Europe and Asia, our team has developed a track record of innovative market solutions including Dual MPPTs, Transformerless Topology, Wide Range Operating Voltage, Integrated Monitoring and Disconnects.
Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan our foundation starts with exceptional customer service integrated with our product design and manufacturing teams committed to a valuable user experience. Leveraging our patented industry-leading designs and domestic and global partners, our RN5000US met the UL Standard 1741 for PV and Battery-Powered Inverters back in 2011, one of the first fully digital inverters in the world. We followed that success with our RN3000US achieving the UL 1741 standard in 2012. Our promise is to deliver product with an unprecedented combination of performance, reliability, ease of installation and customer value.
Continuing our progress to be Made in America, we recently secured industrial space in Ann Arbor to begin the process of expanding assembly capabilities from the current monitoring systems to the complete inverters. Our CEC (California Energy Commission) and DTE (Detroit Edison) listings reflect our continuous effort to develop partnerships with other leading renewable energy organizations throughout North America.
Renovo Power Systems™ is building the new Performance Standard. Connect with our team today, become a Digiwatts™ Partner and experience our innovative inverter products as a key part to your renewable energy project. We are pledged to your satisfaction. Products are available through select distributors and installers.
In 2013 I installed 3 of the Renovo 5000w inverters. I ended up replacing all 3 with Power One. The inverters would lock up and produce no power. Excessive noise and heat were some of the other issues. The web based monitoring was a joke and it never matched the inverter's totals.
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