SolarEdge EV Charging Inverter
Updated: Dec 4, 2019
This is a world’s first EV Charger and Solar Inverter integrated as a single unit. This reduces the hassle of installing two separate standalone units, it also eliminates the need for additional wiring, conduit, breaker space in your service panel, and of course installation costs. By going solar and selecting to have an EV Charging Solar Inverter you’ll actually save money, save space, and have a future proof setup for your home.
SolarEdge is the manufacture behind the EV Charging Solar Inverter that offers homeowners the ability to charge an electric car up to six times faster than a standard Level 1 charger through their innovative solar boost mode. This mode utilizes the utility grid and the solar energy simultaneously.
This is a world’s first EV Charger and PV inverter integrated as a single unit. This reduces the hassle of installing two separate standalone units, an EV Charger and a PV inverter. It also eliminates the need for additional wiring, conduit, breaker space in your service panel, and of course installation costs. By going solar and selecting to have an EV Charging solar inverter you’ll actually save money, save space, and have a future proof setup for your home.
The key benefits to this setup are
Solar and grid power enable you to charge your electric vehicle up to six times faster than a level 1 charger
Reduces workload and costs of installing a standalone unit for each need.
SolarEdge is providing a standard 12-year warranty, with extendable warranties up to 25 years.
Saves space in the main service panel avoiding potential upgrade costs.
Fully integrated with SolarEdge’s monitoring platform
Built-in metering for tracking EV charging usage
Now, I’m sure some of you may have asked what does six times faster really mean compared to a level 1 charger. So I’ve prepared a simple breakdown for you to see.
A level one charge that plugs into your standard 120 volt outlet will typically charge your care at 5 mile per hour, this is very slow, and requires you to leave the vehicle plugged in over night to reach a state of charge for a households average miles driven 30.
This means a level one charge takes a little over 6 hours to charge your electric vehicle to go 30 miles. That’ not very efficient.
Comparing that to the SolarEdge EV Charging Solar Inverter, you can expect to see a charge rate of 25 to 30 miles per hour, that means you’ll be able to charge your car in less than an hour to reach the same point of charge with the level 1 took six hours to achieve.
We’ve installed several of these units for customers already, and they are loving them! Some have opted for the inverter with anticipation of owning an electric vehicle in the future. And with the systems ability to be configured up to 9.6kW solar power you flexibility to add more solar panel if you determine you need more power in the future.
With that all said we strongly encourage customers to ask about this inverter if it is something you’re interested in. This combo system is a little more expensive than a standard HD Wave SolarEdge inverter but it’s not that noticeable. Most of our customers that went with the EV Charging Solar Inverter only had an increase of $4 or $5 to their monthly solar payment.
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