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MRac Combiner Box

MRac Combiner Box

Brief Introduction

MRac Combiner Box can be flexibly customized to fit various modes of photovoltaic power plants. Its protection level is as high as IP65. It not only has an attractive outlook but also a clear inner circuit structure. The huge volumn of the box allows for enough space for cooling and wire connecting.

Advantages

  1. Good Durability and strong anti-corrosion ability

  2. Circuits Combining

  3. Thunder-Proof

  4. Monitoring of current and voltage of each string

  5. Monitoring of its own temperature and humidity

  6. Real-Time Alarm

  7. Data Collection

  8. Data Transmission

Technical Parameter

Model NameMPV8MPV10MPV12MPV16
No. of InputsBelow 89-1011-1213-1621
Max. Input Voltage1000Vdc
Input Current of Each String0-15AG21
Max. Output CurrentBelow 80A100A120A160A
Waterproof Input TerminalPG9/PG11
Waterproof Output TerminalPG-13.5-PG19PG16-PG21PG19-PG25PG21-PG29
Input Wire Size4mm2
Ground Wire Size16mm2
Communication Wire RS4851.0mm Shielded Twisted-Pair
Monitor ModuleMonitor every current, voltage of generatrix, state of breaker,
state of thunder-proof function and temperature of combiner box.
Communication Method/Protocol RS485Bus/Standard MODBUS-RTU Protocol
Anti-Reverse FunctionSealed Anti-Reverse Diode Module(alternative)
Temperature & HumidityWorking temperature-40℃~85℃; humidity 95%;
in environment with no-dew, no corrosive gases
Altitude≤4000m
Power Consumption of Monitor Module During Working7W
Auxiliary Power SupplyAC85V-265V/DC24V(±10%)/DC220V-1000V
Material of EnclosureGalvanized Steel Plate/Cold-Rolled Steel Plate/Stainless Steel
Protection GradeIP65
Dimension(width*height*depth)550*550*180650*550*180700*550*180750*550*180
Weight10-35kg

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