PV Micro Inverter MaySun 600W -1000W

PV micro inverters are devices used in photovoltaic (PV) solar energy systems to convert the direct current (DC) generated by solar panels into alternating current (AC) for use in homes or the electrical grid. The power output of MaySun 600W – 1000W PV micro inverters typically ranges from 600 watts to 1000 watts. The MaySun 600 – 1000W solar PV micro inverter includes MaySun 600, MaySun 700, MaySun 800,  MaySun 900,  and MaySun 1000.

  • MPPT(maximum power point tracking), effectively tracks and locks the maximum power output of solar panels.
  • Pure sine wave output
  • IP65 waterproof function
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Features of PV Micro Inverter MaySun 600W -1000W

  • Series model: MaySun 600W -1000W
  • Power: 600W-1000W
  • Input voltage: 22-60V
  • Output voltage: 90-140V/180-260V
  • AC frequency: Auto
  • Communication: WIFI
  • Certificate: CE/ROHS/REACH
  • Unit size: 23cm x 21.5cm x 4cm
  • Unit weight: 1.22kg
  • Box size: 25.8cm x 23.8cm x 10.1cm
  • Box G.W: 1.86kg
  • Carton size: 54cm x 25.5cm x 28cm
  • Carton G.W: 9.9kg(5pcs)

Communication Mode of Solar PV Micro Inverter

Communication mode of PV Micro Inverter MaySun 600W -1000W

  1. CO-2-induced environmental analysis
  2. Daily and total energy generation in kWh
  3. Actual DC input voltage, current, and power
  4. Actual AC output voltage, current, and power
  5. Inverter temperature
  6. Online switch for the inverter start stop
  7. Historical (daily, weekly, monthly) power curve

Specification of PV Micro Inverter MaySun 600W -1000W

Model MaySun600 MaySun700 MaySun800 MaySun900 MaySun1000
Input Data(DC,PV) 
Number of Input MC4 Connector 2sets
MPPT Voltage Range 28V-55V
Operation Voltage Range 20V-60V
Maximum Input Voltage 60V
Startup Voltage 20V
Maximum Input Current 2*10A 2* 11.66A 2*13.33A 2* 15.33A 2* 16.66A
Output Data(AC)
Single-Phase Grid Type 120V  / 230V
Rated Output Power 580W 650W 760W 850W 950W
Maximum Output Power 600W 700W 800W 900W 1000W
Nominal Output Current @120VAC 4.83A 5.41A 6.33A 7.08A 7.91A
@230VAC 2.52A 2.82A 3.3A 3.69A 4.13A
Nominal Output Voltage 120VAC / 230VAC
Default Output Voltage Range @120VAC : 80V-160V / @230VAC : 180V-280V
Nominal Output Frequency 50Hz / 60Hz
Default Output Frequency Range @50Hz : 47.5Hz-52.5Hz / @60Hz : 57.5Hz-62.5Hz
Power Factor >0.99
Total Harmonic Distortion THD <5%
Peak Efficiency 95%
CEC Weighted Efficiency @120VAC : 92.5% / @230VAC : 93.5%
Nominal MPPT Efficiency 99.90%
Night Power Consumption <700mW
Mechanical Data
Operating Ambient Temperature Range -40°C to +65°C
Storage Temperature Range -40°C to +85°C
Dimensions (W x H x D) 21.5cm x 23cm x 4cm
Weight 1.22kg
Max Current of AC Bus Cable 20A
Waterproof Grade IP65
Cooling Mode Natural Convection – No Fan
Other Features
Communication WIFI With Cloud Monitoring
Transformer Design High-Frequency Transformers, Galvanically Isolated
Integrated Ground Equipment ground is provided by the PE in the AC cable. No additional ground is required.
Protection Functions Isolated Island Protection, Voltage Protection, Frequency Protection, Temperature
Design Compliance CE etc.


PV micro inverters in the 600W to 1000W range find various applications in solar energy systems, particularly in residential and small-scale installations. Here are some common applications:

  1. Residential Solar Systems: PV micro inverters are often used in residential solar installations where the power output of individual panels needs to be optimized. They are ideal for rooftops or small spaces where shading or panel orientation may vary.
  2. Small Commercial Systems: Businesses with relatively small rooftop spaces or limited installation areas can benefit from micro inverters. These systems are scalable and allow for easy expansion if energy needs increase over time.
  3. Off-Grid Solar Systems: In off-grid applications, where the solar array is the primary source of power, micro inverters can be used to convert DC power generated by solar panels into AC power for use in homes, cabins, or remote locations.
  4. Backup Power Systems: PV micro inverters can be integrated into backup power systems, providing an alternative power source during grid outages. This is particularly useful for critical loads or essential appliances.
  5. Educational and Demonstration Projects: Micro inverters are often employed in educational settings or demonstration projects to showcase solar energy concepts. Their individual panel optimization and monitoring features make them a valuable tool for educational purposes.
  6. Hybrid Systems: In hybrid solar systems that combine solar power with other energy sources (e.g., batteries or generators), microinverters can play a role in managing and optimizing the solar contribution to the overall energy mix.
  7. Remote Monitoring: The monitoring capabilities of micro inverters make them suitable for applications where remote monitoring and maintenance are essential. This is particularly beneficial for large-scale solar installations.
  8. Modular Installations: Micro inverters offer flexibility in system design, allowing for modular installations where panels can be added or replaced independently without affecting the entire system’s performance.

Overall, the versatility, efficiency, and monitoring features of PV micro inverters make them a practical choice for a range of applications in both residential and small commercial solar energy systems.

Packing list

Packing list of Maysun 600-1000w