LOS ANGELES, Oct. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chilicon Power CP-250 microinverter has been certified by the Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO) for transient overvoltage mitigation and can now be offered for sale in the state of Hawaii.
"We are glad to augment sales in California, Mexico, and the Philippines with additional channel partners in Hawaii. Continued adoption in geographically distinct markets and utility grids highlights the robustness of Chilicon inverter technology" commented Dr. Christopher R. Jones, co-founder of Chilicon Power.
Chilicon Power has the most advanced microinverter and monitoring solution on the market. Powerline communication has been built ground-up by former NASA engineers using advanced signal processing techniques and provides the most robust powerline communication in the industry. It is no longer necessary to locate the monitoring device near the solar distribution panel in order to close the link with microinverters. Instead, using the Chilicon Power gateway, virtually any socket in a customer residence can be used.
"CP-250 HECO certification provides Hawaiian installers access to an innovative microinverter. It combines robustness, efficiency and unparalleled value along with the most advanced Gateway in the industry" added Alexandre Kral, co-founder of Chilicon Power.
The CP-250 microinverter has no electrolytic capacitors and every part in the bill of materials is rated to at least 200,000 hours of operating life.
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Founded in 2009, Chilicon Power designs and manufactures grid-interactive inverter systems and monitoring solutions in Southern California.
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