News about AEconversion

AEconversion keeps you informed about corporate development and events. We publish a summary of our company trade show appearances, at which we present our newest product innovations.

Intersolar North America 2015

July 2015

Successful Product Launch in North America!
The products of AEconversion were presented to the US audience for the first time and were met by great interest. Applications for up to 500W with a variety of accessories and suitable for all climatic zones; these are just some product features that had attracted an overwhelming number of visitors to the booth of AEconversion.

Intersolar Europe 2015

June 2015

Self-consumption was this year's theme of the exhibition of AEconversion. Proven products in new applications! With this approach a number of interesting system examples were presented, such as the multi-family house system model. Also a new development was present in Munich by AEconversion: The stand-alone inverter "ISL" was first introduced to a wide audience. The new product will be available in Q1/2016.

Intersolar Europe 2014

June 2014

Same as every year, the AEconversion also exhibited at the Intersolar Europe in Munich in 2014. In addition to proven micro-inverters with integrated islanding protection in accordance with VDE-AR-N-4105, AEconversion also presented other system models and communication accessories. In addition, the audience was presented with exciting new developments in the field of energy for self-consumption and system monitoring.

Hannover Fair 2014

April 2014

For the first time the AEconversion exhibited at the Hanover Fair, the world's biggest industrial fair in the largest exhibition center in the world. At the community booth for North Rhine-Westphalia "Future Energies in NRW" in Hall 27, innovative technologies in the areas of renewable energy and energy storage solutions were presented. In addition to numerous trade show visitors, Johannes Remmel, the North Rhine-Westphalia environmental and climate minister, visited AEconversion to discuss their newest innovations.

500 Watt Micro-Inverter is UL-certified and available on the US-Market

March 2014

Our Micro-Inverter INV500-90UUS (500 Watt, 90 Volt) is now certified! In March 2014, the AEconversion has received the registration certificate from TUV Rheinland U.S. for the INV500-90US. Three inverter versions are available on the US Market: INV250-45, INV350-60 and INV500-90, with communication function via Powerline, RS485, or without communication. The PV systems can optionally be monitored with a Data Logger, a Powerline Gateway or an Interface Adapter.

Web-based Monitoring

Oktober, 2013

To complement the existing monitoring system, AEconversion now offers a web-based monitoring solution. The AEDL LAN can monitor and provide data for PV-systems of up to 50 micro-inverters. The AEconversion Data Logger records and stores readings from external transducers via three RS485 interfaces. Furthermore, the data logger has an Ethernet interface for configuration via the embedded Web server and a USB interface for data backup, storage expansion and connection of sensors or extensions. An LC-display and four capacitive buttons enable easy configuration and display of current measurements. Should a discrepancy in yield occur, then the cause of the problem can be found and fixed quickly.

Exhibit at the Intersolar 2013

June, 2013

In June 2013, a year after the company was founded, AEconversion presented their innovative products at the Intersolar in Munich. In the spotlight was the micro-inverter for PV installations in the versions 250W, 350W and 500W. The versions Powerline communication, RS485 and a version with unidirectional communication functionality were presented. To complete the product palette, various monitoring systems were also demonstrated. For monitoring of the PV system, AEconversion provides a data logger, a powerline gateway, an interface adapter as well as free software for visualization of complex data. The response was positive throughout and inspired new and innovative applications, in addition to future developments in the areas of micro-inverter functions and monitoring systems.