Release Notes 1.16

Horizontal parapets, connect all strings to the inverters at once

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Written by Agne Janusevska
Updated over a week ago

In this release:

  • What: The new release introduces the functionality of horizontal parapets.

    This feature is designed to enhance the integration of the product into various buildings. By adding horizontal parapets, the versatility, and flexibility of the product are increased, allowing it to be compatible with a wider range of building designs and the shading they may cause.

  • How: To utilize this feature, you can access the roof builder tool. Within the tool, you will now find the option to select between two types of parapets: sloped parapets that follow the inclination of the roof, and horizontal parapets. When choosing the horizontal parapet option, you will need to specify the width of the parapet, the offset width, and the height of the parapet from the ground. These parameters allow for customization and adaptation to different building requirements.

  • What: connect all strings to the inverters at once.

    Enhanced cabling system: we have made significant improvements to the cabling system of our product. The updated cabling system now allows for the simultaneous connection of strings to chosen inverters. This enhancement streamlines the installation process and reduces the time required for connecting the strings to the inverters. It improves overall efficiency and simplifies the wiring process for solar installations.

  • How: This can be achieved by simply checking the checkbox labeled "Connect strings to all inverters" under the 'Cabling' --> 'Basic cabling' tab. Additionally, it is necessary to specify the required number of strings per inverter. You also need to add the number of strings per inverter required, so that software can that inverters are not over/under-sized.

Bug Fixes and Improvements:

  • In addition to the new features and enhancements, we have also addressed various bugs and made general improvements to enhance the overall performance and stability of our product.

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