Morningstar will be exhibiting its off-grid solar charge controllers, inverters and accessories at Intersolar Europe in Munich, Germany, Booth Stand A3.231 from May 31 through June 2, 2017. Make sure to check out the new ProStar Gen3 controller and the web service that will be launching later in the year.
On March 21-23, Morningstar will be exhibiting at Booth 200 during the NABCEP Conference in Dallas, TX. Morningstar’s complete product line of controllers, inverters and accessories will be on display, including the new ProStar Gen3 solar charge controller. Additionally, Morningstar will be a part of the Panel heading the discussion about Data Acquisition, Energy Monitoring & Fleet Management.
On February 7th and 8th, Morningstar will be exhibiting its solar charge controllers, inverters, and accessories at the 6th Annual altE Installer & Dealer Conference. Additionally, Morningstar will conduct a speaking session about the recently released ProStar™ Gen3 charge controller and the soon-to-be launched web service for off-grid site management.
Morningstar is pleased to announce the release of its new third generation ProStar PWM solar charge controller. The controller’s features have been upgraded, while maintaining the same quality and form factor of previous ProStar models that have been installed in over 100 countries in the world’s harshest environments since 1995.
The following Morningstar solar charge controllers are now certified to meet IEC 62109 standards and approved by the Australian Clean Energy Council (CEC): TriStar MPPT 600V TriStar MPPT ProStar MPPT SunSaver MPPT TriStar PWM These certifications define the requirements for the design and manufacture of power conversion equipment for protection against electric shock, fire, mechanical hazards and impacts to the environment. This achievement aligns with Morningstar’s commitment to produce the industry’s highest quality and safest products. Morningstar’s complete MPPT product line now meets the requirements of IEC 62109 and the CEC. The certification process is rigorous and it is anticipated that many customers will expect conformity to this standard when choosing solar charge controllers.