According to an overseas photovoltaic magazine pv-magazine, South Korean electronics and solar panel manufacturer LG has launched a new type of monocrystalline solar panel with self-produced micro-inverters. Previously, LG components integrated inverters produced by other manufacturers.

It is reported that the power output of LG’s latest components is up to 365W and the efficiency is 21.1%. “LG’s new intelligent AC system is designed so that the factory-installed micro-inverters can be recessed into the frame of the panel and used as a unit together with the junction box.” The manufacturer said.

The 60-type module measures 1,700 x 1,016 x 40mm, weighs 19.5 kg, and is covered with tempered glass with a high transmittance anti-reflection coating. The operating temperature coefficient is -0.34% per degree Celsius.

According to LG, the embedded LG micro inverter has an efficiency of 97% and an AC power of 320W. LG components can also use LG’s EnerVu monitoring platform for life, so customers and installers can track long-term reliable performance and real operating conditions.

The manufacturer also claims that LG’s new components reduce the balance of system requirements compared to components connected to a typical inverter: “LG NeON 2 ACe was designed with aesthetic factors in mind, using a round thin wire to make it Simple appearance.”