By SOLAR NOVUS TODAY

Tabuchi Electric, a leading solar inverter manufacturer, today announced it has entered the North American market with the launch of a residential solar + storage solution at Intersolar North America. The company’s EneTelus Intelligent Battery System (EIBS) is a grid-friendly, inverter and storage system that is easy to install and optimized to deliver compelling energy management and cost performance benefits to solar installers and home owners alike.

The Tabuchi solar + storage system combines a solar and storage hybrid all-in-one inverter with a lithium ion battery. The system is optimized for reliability and faster payback, as well as simple installation. The solar + storage solution is plug-and-play and comes with a ten-year warranty, backed by Tabuchi’s expertise of nearly a century of high quality electronics. The Tabuchi solution also offers a compelling cost performance, as the battery can reliably reduce peak loads and demand charges for many years.

In addition to launching the EneTelus Intelligent Battery System (EIBS) for residential homes, Tabuchi will also be offering an inverter for the commercial customer called the EneTelus Mega Value System (EMVAS).

Features of the EIBS include:

  • 3 MPPT 5.5kW Solar Inverter
  • Bi-directional DC to DC battery converter
  • Automatic Transfer Switch
  • Battery Charge Controller (Battery Management System)
  • 10kWh Lithium Ion Battery Pack

Features of the EMVAS include:

  • Individual MPPT DC Input Strings
  • 4.2kW input DC/DC Converter × 6 Strings
  • 97.3% (Maximum 97.8%) Efficiency
  • High efficiency is realized by SiC Power Semiconductor・3 Level Inverter
  • Three-phase 480V AC Output

Tabuchi Electric is officially introducing the company’s solar + storage solution to North America at Intersolar North America, booth #8411, in San Francisco from 13 to 17 July, 2015. Mari Gruner, Tabuchi's product manager, will give a presentation explaining more details of this new offering from Intersolar's Innovation and Application stage at 2 p.m on Thursday, 16 July.