ABB sees a future market for 1000v and 1500v inverters

first_imgABB sees a future market for 1000v and 1500v inverterspv magazine’s Ian Clover was joined by ABB Head of Product Management Jyrki Leppänen and ABB product manager Marko Harju, to discuss the company’s latest inverter, the PVS980 central inverter. July 7, 2016 Sam Pothecary Markets Markets & Policy Share It is the company’s largest inverter to date, with an extended lifespan, which is helped by its self-containing cooling system and its strong design. The pair also give their opinion on the future of the inverter market in the face of 1500v inverters.You can view the full interview here.This content is protected by copyright and may not be reused. 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