Training: Complete Inverter Training & Factory Tour - Lawrence, MA

Trainings | All Training & Events ~ Mar 7 2017 to

Sal's Function Facility (behind Solectria HQ)
354 Merrimack Street, Lawrence, MA 01843

Mar 7 2017 to

This customized training includes detailed explanations and installation details for our inverters 3.8-2MW. We will also demonstrate string sizing and provide a tour of our facility so attendees may ask our engineers questions.

4 NABCEP Continuing Education Credits available following the completion of this training


COST $35
–Residential, Commercial and Utility-Scale design considerations inverter training
–Breakfast & lunch included
–Factory tour and question/answer session with the Solectria team

Schedule is subject to change leading up to the training and opening of registration.

8-8:30am: Registration & Breakfast
8:30-8:45am: Company Overview
8:45-10am: Commercial Design Considerations
10-10:15am: SolrenView Web-Based Monitoring
10:15-10:30am: Residential Solutions
10:30-11:15pm: Utility-Scale & Medium Voltage PV Systems
11:15-12:30pm: NEC 2014 & 2017, Arc Fault & Rapid Shutdown Compliance
12:30-1pm: Lunch
1-2pm: Factory Tours


Commercial Design Considerations:

Solectria Products: PVI 14-36TL, PVI 50-60TL, PVI 50-100KW, SGI 225-500

  • DC Design Considerations
  • String Sizing
  • Array Oversizing
  • Voltage Drop
  • Overcurrent Protection
  • Subcombiners
  • AC Design Considerations
  • Commercial Service Types
  • Interconnections
  • Advanced Inverter Features
  • String Combiners/Fuse Sizing
  • Industry Design Trends
  • Ungrounded Systems
  • 3Ph String vs. Central Inverters

Utility-Scale & Medium Voltage PV Systems:

Solectria Products: SGI 500XT, SGI 500-750XTM, MSS XT/XTM

  • Medium Voltage Systems
  • Smart Inverters
  • VARs

Web-Based Monitoring:

Solectria Product: SolrenView

  • Review of our web-based monitoring product

Residential Solutions:

Solectria Products: PVI 3800-7600TL, Residential Rapid Shutdown Combiner Box

  • Review of residential products

NEC 2014 & 2017 - Arc Fault & Rapid Shutdown Compliance:

Solectria Products: ARCCOM, Residential Rapid Shutdown Combiner Box

  • DC Design Considerations
  • Primary considerations of achieving compliance with NEC 2014 & 2017 for Arc Fault detection and Rapid Shutdown requirements
  • Achieving AFDI and Rapid Shutdown compliance for Central inverters using string combiners
  • Achieving AFDI and Rapid Shutdown compliance for 3-Phase sting inverters