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PV*SOL is the leading software used by planners, architects, installers and skilled technicians
around the world to plan and design efficient PV systems.

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Solar PV design done right

Designing customized solar systems is a complicated task that requires solar engineers to take into account a multitude of factors, such as size and orientation of the system, number and usage time of electrical appliances, general climate and sun radiation of the system, local grid distribution and capacity and much more.

PV*SOL helps you do all that and more so you can focus on designing efficient and economic rentable photovoltaic systems. All from within a practical and user-friendly interface.

prediction

Accurate predictions
Make better design decisions based on intelligent simulation models of your pv solar system

report

Detailed proposals
Help clients and partners understand the specifics of their solar installation with appealing professional reports

forecasting

Financial forecasting
Incorporate financial incentives and complex tarif structures resulting in better financial planing

Top Features

Shading

3D Shading Analysis

A real-world representation of the shading from surrounding objects is extremely important for precisely calculating yields.

With PV*SOL premium you can visualize all roof-integrated or mounted systems - even on the ground - with up to 5,000 modules in 3D and calculate shading on the basis of 3D objects.

Feature available only in PV*SOL premium

available in PV*SOL premium not available in PV*SOL
Battery Storage

Battery Storage Systems

Plan your own battery storage system by quickly and easily selecting the batteries used and defining the battery inverter and charging strategy.

Alternatively, you can load complete battery storage systems from leading manufacturers. Due to the reliable and validated simulation models, you can make even more precise statements about the self-consumption and self-sufficiency rates.

Feature available in PV*SOL and PV*SOL premium

available in PV*SOL premium available in PV*SOL
maps

Maps Import

Buildings and objects can be created quickly and easily by using floor plan drawings and satellite maps. It must be drawn only the respective contours and then the building can be extruded by entering the height.

Thus, for example, any building shapes with a flat roof can be produced.

Feature available only in PV*SOL premium

available in PV*SOL premium not available in PV*SOL
electric vehicles

Electric Vehicles

In PV*SOL premium you can select an electric car from the database. Then, after entering the corresponding daily mileage for the car, PV*SOL premium calculates how much solar energy needs to be used in order to charge the car.

The software also calculates the cost per 100 kilometers driving distance, with and without the use of photovoltaics.

Feature available in PV*SOL and PV*SOL premium

available in PV*SOL premium available in PV*SOL
database

Always up-to-date Database

The extensive database contains pv modules, inverter data sets, battery systems and economic tariffs that are continuously updated and extended by the automatic update function. The data is maintained online directly by the respective manufacturers.

 

Feature available in PV*SOL and PV*SOL premium

available in PV*SOL premium available in PV*SOL
load profiles

Predefined Load Profiles

The database contains a large number of relevant load profiles for residencial and commercial consumers. All the load profiles can be customized using the integrated load profile editor. PV*SOL also allows you to import new load profiles.

 

Feature available in PV*SOL and PV*SOL premium

available in PV*SOL premium available in PV*SOL
reports

Configurable Project Report

The project report is freely configurable allowing you to select which content to display. There are multiple variants and templates available, for example as a customer presentation or for project documentation purposes. Easily export all results as Word or PDF file.

 

Feature available in PV*SOL and PV*SOL premium

available in PV*SOL premium available in PV*SOL

Feature Overview

PV*SOL premium contains all the features of PV*SOL with the addition of detailed 3D modelling.

PV*SOL premium
PV*SOL premium
PV*SOL
PV*SOL
Supported Systems

 

 

Grid Connected Systems

included

included

Off-Grid Systems

included

included

Storage Systems

included

included

Electric Car Option

included

included

PV tracking systems

included

included

Available Database Data

 

 

Climate Data

8.000 data points

8.000 data points

Climate Data Generation and Import

included

included

PV Modules

> 17.000 modules

> 17.000 modules

Grid Connected Inverters

> 4.000 inverters in database

> 4.000 inverters in database

Battery Systems

> 900 battery systems in database

> 900 battery systems in database

Electric Cars

included

included

Feed-In and Net-Metering Tarrifs

included

included

Regular Database Updates*
(requires a valid software maintenance)

included

included

Load Profiles

 

 

Use predefined load profiles

included

included

Define your own customized load profiles

included

included

Import your load profiles

included

included

Combine various load profiles

included

included

Planning Assistance

 

 

Detailed Project Report

included

included

Detailed Circuit Diagram

included

included

Cable Plan

included

not included

Dimensioning Plan

included

not included

Visualization

 

 

2D Roof Visualization

included

included

Photorealistic Presentation

included

included

3D Visualization

included

not included

Shade Analysis

 

 

3D Shading Analysis

included

not included

3D Preview of Sun Position

included

not included

Import Maps and Ground Plans

included

not included

Import 3D Files from CAD Programs

included

not included

Pricing

PV*SOL premium

PV*SOL premium

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Full Licence

Get the best results with our flagship product using 3D technology for precise and realistic pv system design.

The full licence includes lifetime unrestricted use, and 6 months software maintenance and support.

1,295.00 EUR

plus VAT, direct download

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Software Maintenance

Be always up-to-date and benefit from the many new features, optimized algorithms and overall higher state-of-the-art technology.

This annual maintenance fee includes all program and database updates.

233.10 EUR

plus VAT

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PV*SOL

PV*SOL

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Full Licence

Get the best results with our flagship product using 2D technology for precise and realistic pv system design.

The full licence includes lifetime unrestricted use, and 6 months software maintenance and support.

895.00 EUR

plus VAT, direct download

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Software Maintenance

Be always up-to-date and benefit from the many new features, optimized algorithms and overall higher state-of-the-art technology.

This annual maintenance fee includes all program and database updates.

161.10 EUR

plus VAT, direct download

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Versioning and Requirements

System Requirements

PV*SOL premium

Internet Access: Necessary
Processor: Intel i3 or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB
Hard Disk Drive: 850 MB
Monitor Resolution: at least 1.024 x 768 pixel
Operating System: Windows Vista, Windows 7 (latest service packs each), Windows 8, Windows 10
Graphics: DirectX- compatible (at least Vers. 9.0c), 1 GB, OpenGL – Support
Other: Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5.2 Redistributable Package

PV*SOL

Internet Access: Necessary
Processor: 1,5 GHz Pentium PC
Memory: 3 GB
Hard Disk Drive: 800 MB
Monitor Resolution: at least 1.024 x 768 pixel
Operating System: Windows Vista, Windows 7 (latest service packs each), Windows 8, Windows 10
Graphics: DirectX- compatible (at least Vers. 9.0c), 128 MB, OpenGL – Support
Other: Microsoft .Net Framework 4.0 Redistributable Package

Release Notes

Here you will find information about the changes in the individual program versions. A program version may have several small changes in the form of "releases" (e.g., R1, R2, etc.).

PV*SOL premium

October 16th, 2019
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 12

The following new features and changes are included:

  • Updated database.
  • Updated SolarEdge configuration rules.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Crash when accessing shading ratio file (could occur when saving and simulating).
  • Crash when leaving the 3D visualization.
  • Crash when saving 3D projects without module configuration.
  • Charging of an electric vehicle by PV may not have been limited to the maximum charging capacity of the charging station.

October 10th, 2019
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 11

The following new features and changes are included:

  • Updated database.
  • Revised SolarEdge configuration rules.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • In some cases, the price of electricity sold to third party was not used, although there was no valid feed-in tariff.
  • Crash in Perez model for radiation on inclined plane.
  • Electric vehicles and DC storage: DC storage were possibly also covered by the grid.
  • Incorrect calculation if modules of one roof surface were connected to different MPP trackers in 3D.
  • Partially incorrect calculation of module-independent shading if several module fields were created on a roof in 3D and these were connected to different MPP trackers.Error when loading feed-in tariffs.
  • Crash when loading corrupt tariffs.
  • Crash in PV module dialog when another process accesses core.results.
  • After aborting a 1min simulation and switching to 1h simulation, the irradiation data were not reset and no new simulation was performed.
  • Simulation crash when using PV modules with 90° inclination in 3D.

June 20th, 2019
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 10

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • OpenStreetMap (OSM) was not displayed.
  • In some cases no configuration could be found for inverters with numerous MPP trackers.
  • When using more than one DC-coupled battery system, the charge/discharge power was not correctly considered.

April 29th, 2019
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 9

The following new features and changes are included:

  • Google maps are now also available when using map sections in 3D.
  • MeteoSyn: Country list updated (Palestine, North Macedonia).
  • MeteoSyn: New map provider Google.
  • Display the log file and the log directory in the Help menu.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Sometimes the circuit diagram was not displayed in the Cable window.
  • In some cases no wiring could be found for inverters with numerous MPP trackers.
  • For net metering tariffs, Berlin was always displayed as the location in the info window.

March 12th, 2019
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 8

The following new features and changes are included:

  • MeteoSyn: Automatic name suggestion when creating new locations.
  • MeteoSyn: Import of climate data adapted to new DWD format.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Crash at program start.
  • Crash when exporting the circuit diagram to PDF.
  • Crash when loading profiles with very high consumptions.
  • The sizing factor in the configuration limits was not editable.

February 27th, 2019
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 7

The following new features and changes are included:

  • The serial number can now be copied in the Registration window.
  • The program can only be started a second time after a program start is completed (double-click problem).

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Crash if there are orphaned entries in the database.
  • Losses due to shading were listed twice in the project report.
  • Partial crash when editing the module configuration again.
  • Cable plan could not be created for some configurations.
  • Performance Ratio was calculated incorrectly if modules of a surface were connected to several inverters.
  • Bifacial: Backside radiation could be NaN, at mount height zero and low sun elevation.
  • Dimensioning factors in the configuration limits were no longer editable.
  • Cable settings disappeared by saving and loading 2D projects.
  • Error in display of the cable diagram on the cable side.
  • New locations were created with old Meteonorm libraries.
  • Crash if RSS feed is empty.

January 31st, 2019
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 6

The following new features and changes are included:

  • The selection of the symbols in the circuit diagram can be saved as standard.
  • The color of the legend in the circuit diagram can be selected.
  • Calculation of the size of the residual-current device and circuit breakers.
  • Revised layout of the legend in the circuit diagram.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Sometimes the circuit diagram could not be created.
  • Several crashes in the circuit diagram.
  • If Photo Plan was selected as planning type, but no planning was done with it, no presentation could be created.
  • Crash when importing a horizon file with write protection.
  • Cable side
    • Detailed cable losses when using minute values were 0.
    • On the cable side, only the name of the first inverter was displayed in the AC line.
    • Cable losses String do not update.
  • Error in the synchronization of self-created tariffs with the database.
  • Errors in the translations.
  • Calculation kernel
    • Improved balancing of energy flows for batteries and dynamic simulation time.
    • In the case of existing electric vehicles, the own consumption of the PV inverters must also be covered by the grid.
    • In the case of PV-optimized charging strategies for electric vehicles, too much was charged from the grid in some cases.

December 13th, 2018
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 5

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • After a database update was performed program crashes could occur.
  • Saving project files in the 3D visualization cleared all inverter-related cable settings.
  • No simulation if the maximum payout period for tariffs was 99 years.
  • When selecting an inverter with 6 MPP trackers (e.g. Huawei SUN2000-60KTL-M0) no configuration could be found.

December 5th, 2018
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 4

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • On the page Financial Analysis, no date could be defined for the validity of the feed-in tariffs.
  • When loading a project file that was created with a previous version (e.g. PV*SOL premium 2018), the fee from the own consumption rate became a remuneration.
  • Partial crashes on the page Cable when using US regional settings.
  • Crash when calculating the optimal inclination angle.
  • Crash when determining the number of PV modules from consumption.
  • MeteoSyn: Crash when no comma (,) or semicolon (;) was used in the longitude and latitude search.
  • Crash when deleting a configuration in the 3D visualization and saving the project in 3D only.
  • Crash when assigning DC battery systems to module strings/surfaces when a polystring configuration was made.
  • Error when configuring with performance optimizers.
  • When copying module areas, no cables were copied if no suitable inverter was found.
  • Cable losses were not displayed, were always 0 % (0 W).
  • Translation corrections.

Further changes:

  • New database.
  • Before a database is updated, a backup copy of the existing database will be created. If the database is corrupt, the backup will be restored.
November 16th, 2018
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 3

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Crash when creating the project report when the used logo is read-only.
  • Circuit diagram cannot be generated when using a battery storage system with DC generator coupling and 3D planning is used.
  • Error when saving 3D projects without shading calculation.
  • Error when saving 3D projects without configuration.
  • Crash when editing the safety devices in the circuit diagram.
  • Crash when loading non-synchronous inverter and cable models.
  • Crash when converting from 3D to 2D when power optimizers were missing.
  • Errors when compiling results for 3D projects without shading calculation.
  • Missing line break in customer presentation at customer address/address of installation.
  • Missing line break in customer presentation in the project description.
  • Missing translation in energy balance.
  • Incorrect order, navigation arrows lead first to battery system, then to electric vehicles.
  • In the cash flow table, the start of operation date in the month is now also taken into account for the electricity savings.

November 6th, 2018
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 2

TThe following bugs have been fixed:

  • Crash when loading projects, if the user has defined a comma as decimal separator and a space as thousands separator in the Windows control panel.

November 6th, 2018
PV*SOL premium 2019 Release 1

The following new features and changes are included:

  • Revised wiring diagram
    • Safety devices can be added manually.
    • Export as SVG for easy vector-based editing, e.g. in Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator.
  • Selection of different electric vehicles within a project:
    • Several electric vehicles can be created and configured separately.
    • Times at the charging station can be defined differently for each vehicle type (group) for each day of the week.
  • Simulation of bifacial modules for mounted PV systems:
    • Consideration of backside radiation.
    • If planning with 3D visualization and graphic coverage (2D) the needed data will be adopted automatically.
    • Output of the radiation gains in the energy balance.
  • Revised project report:
    • Two variants/templates selectable (customer presentation, documentation).
    • More flexibility in selecting the information displayed.
    • New Word and PDF export.
  • Maximum number of modules in 3D increased:
    • Depending on shading, it is now possible to simulate up to 7.500 mounted modules or up to 10.000 roof-parallel modules in 3D.
  • New Help:
    • The help pages are available online (Internet connection required).
    • Videos and tutorials are available within the online help.
  • Output of the MPP voltages in the diagram editor.
  • PV*SOL can be started either with the last system type used or with a system type defined as default.
  • In MeteoSyn, the map provider selection is now also available in the window for creating new climate data records.
  • The default settings for the limits of the dimensioning factor have been updated to 90/100/120/140 %.
  • Updated example projects.

PV*SOL

July 25th, 2019
PV*SOL 2019 Release 10

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • OpenStreetMap (OSM) was not displayed.
  • In some cases no configuration could be found for inverters with numerous MPP trackers.
  • When using more than one DC-coupled battery system, the charge/discharge power was not correctly considered.

April 18th, 2019
PV*SOL 2019 Release 9

The following new features and changes are included:

  • MeteoSyn: Automatic name suggestion when creating new locations.
  • MeteoSyn: Import of climate data adapted to new DWD format.
  • MeteoSyn: Country list updated (Palestine, North Macedonia).
  • MeteoSyn: New map provider Google.
  • Display the log file and the log directory in the Help menu.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Crash at program start.
  • Crash when exporting the circuit diagram to PDF.
  • Sometimes the circuit diagram was not displayed in the Cable window.
  • In some cases no wiring could be found for inverters with numerous MPP trackers.
  • Crash when loading profiles with very high consumptions.
  • The sizing factor in the configuration limits was not editable.
  • For net metering tariffs, Berlin was always displayed as the location in the info window.

February 27th, 2019
PV*SOL 2019 Release 7

The following new features and changes are included:

  • The selection of the symbols in the circuit diagram can be saved as standard.
  • The color of the legend in the circuit diagram can be selected.
  • Calculation of the size of the residual-current device and circuit breakers.
  • Revised layout of the legend in the circuit diagram.
  • The serial number can now be copied in the Registration window.
  • The program can only be started a second time after a program start is completed (double-click problem).

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Sometimes the circuit diagram could not be created.
  • Several crashes in the circuit diagram.
  • If Photo Plan was selected as planning type, but no planning was done with it, no presentation could be created.
  • Crash when importing a horizon file with write protection.
  • Cable side
    • Detailed cable losses when using minute values were 0.
    • On the cable side, only the name of the first inverter was displayed in the AC line.
    • Cable losses String do not update.
  • Error in the synchronization of self-created tariffs with the database.
  • Errors in the translations.
  • Calculation kernel
    • Improved balancing of energy flows for batteries and dynamic simulation time.
    • In the case of existing electric vehicles, the own consumption of the PV inverters must also be covered by the grid.
    • In the case of PV-optimized charging strategies for electric vehicles, too much was charged from the grid in some cases.
  • Crash if there are orphaned entries in the database.
  • Losses due to shading were listed twice in the project report.
  • Partial crash when editing the module configuration again.
  • Cable plan could not be created for some configurations.
  • Performance Ratio was calculated incorrectly if modules of a surface were connected to several inverters.
  • Bifacial: Backside radiation could be NaN, at mount height zero and low sun elevation.
  • Dimensioning factors in the configuration limits were no longer editable.
  • Cable settings disappeared by saving and loading 2D projects.
  • Error in display of the cable diagram on the cable side.
  • New locations were created with old Meteonorm libraries.
  • Crash if RSS feed is empty.

December 18th, 2018
PV*SOL 2019 Release 5

The following new features and changes are included:

  • Revised wiring diagram:
    • Safety devices can be added manually.
    • Export as SVG for easy vector-based editing, e.g. in Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator.
  • Selection of different electric vehicles within a project:
    • Several electric vehicles can be created and configured separately.
    • Times at the charging station can be defined differently for each vehicle type (group) for each day of the week.
  • Simulation of bifacial modules for mounted PV systems:
    • Consideration of backside radiation.
    • If planning with graphic coverage (2D) the needed data will be adopted automatically.
    • Output of the radiation gains in the energy balance.
  • Revised project report:
    • Two variants/templates selectable (customer presentation, documentation).
    • More flexibility in selecting the information displayed.
    • New Word and PDF export.
  • New Help:
    • The help pages are available online (Internet connection required).
    • Videos and tutorials are available within the online help.
  • Output of the MPP voltages in the diagram editor.
  • PV*SOL can be started either with the last system type used or with a system type defined as default.
  • In MeteoSyn, the map provider selection is now also available in the window for creating new climate data records.
  • The default settings for the limits of the dimensioning factor have been updated to 90/100/120/140 %.
  • Updated example projects.
  • Before a database is updated, a backup copy of the existing database will be created. If the database is corrupt, the backup will be restored.

July 20th, 2018
PV*SOL 2018 Release 9

The following new features and changes are included:

  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):
    • When sending error reports, all personal data are removed from the projects sent.
    • Links to Valentin Software's privacy policy.
  • Increasing of the maximum mains voltage to 100 kV.
  • MeteoSyn:
    • Imported climate data records are marked with "Source: Import".
    • MeteoSyn with Meteonorm 7.2.
  • To prevent corrupt projects different warning messages and protections have been introduced, e.g. warning messages if data is missing when saving the project file.
  • When planning with an electric vehicle, it is now possible to select the times at the charging station as a multi-selection using the Enter key.
  • The circuit diagram now shows the number of battery systems and electric vehicles.
  • Polish net metering tariffs.
  • Brazilian load profiles.
  • Logging of usage data (optional deactivable).
  • The software can now be deregistered twice a year by the user (e.g. when changing computers).
  • Warning about possible problems with antivirus programs.
  • Default times for battery-saving operation in off-grid systems have been changed.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Error in the economic efficiency calculation of off-grid systems if tariffs created by third parties are not available in the database.
  • Crash when loading non-existent demand tariffs created by third parties.
  • The simulation of an off-grid system is now also possible if the battery system's power is less than half the PV power.
  • Offgrid: Logging of cluster load strategies fixed.
  • Crash in the electric vehicle database when displaying info after the manufacturer selection.
  • Display errors when using 4K monitors, Windows text scaling, etc.
  • MeteoSyn:
    • Climate data records already available in the database are no longer additionally imported from projects.
    • Sometimes too high irradiation values for self-created climate data sets.
    • Input of monthly temperature values with comma as decimal separator was not possible.
  • Bug when opening the electric vehicle and optimizer database dialogs.
  • If the nominal DC voltage of the inverter was not within its MPP tracking range, then no automatic configuration suggestion could be found.
  • Battery charging strategies: The maximum value of the equalization charge is equal to the final value of the full charge.
  • Peak power of the consumption in off-grid systems: The minimum value is equal to the value determined from the load profile.
  • Crashes when path names were too long.
  • In some cases, tariffs contained a very high number of power or energy classes.
  • Partial crashes when opening project files with several module surfaces which also contain saved diffuse radiation results.
  • Crash when opening off-grid projects with a defined number of batteries of zero.
  • If no default printer was installed, no project report could be generated.
  • Partially too high irradiation values for self-created climate data records.
  • Battery systems with DC generator coupling may have been drawn on the wrong MPP in the circuit diagram.
  • In the circuit diagram, the symbols and the legend were partially superimposed.
  • A wrong symbol for DC-coupled battery systems has been used in the circuit diagram.
  • Missing translations.
  • Various bugs when using DC-coupled storage systems, which led to too small amounts of battery energy to cover consumption.
  • Problems with automatic configuration of modules to the SMA Core 1 inverter fixed.
  • Crash when disabling polystring configurations.
  • Crash if, in a polystring configuration, strings of the same length of an inverter do not follow one another, e.g. 1x20, 1x19, 1x20.
  • Crash with polystring configuration, if the strings were connected in series, but one string did not contain any modules.
  • Crash with empty MPP trackers and empty sub-strings when using polystring configuration.
  • Partial crashes if optimizers were not used for all modules.
  • No output of MPP losses for systems with only partially used optimizers.
  • Sometimes the update info dialog disappeared in the background when starting PV*SOL and blocked the further start.
  • When opening project files, existing from-grid tariffs were loaded without HT/NT times.
  • The tariff zone or band setting was not displayed for existing tariffs.
  • Depending on the language setting, no *.png files could be loaded as project images.
  • Error in the calculation of cable losses.
  • Error in the circuit diagram if using empty MPP trackers.
  • Error in the presentation of the circuit diagram (overlapping views).
  • Error in off-grid simulation, battery overload did not lead to simulation termination.

January 11th, 2018
PV*SOL 2018 Release 4

Following new features are included:

  • Polystring configuration - Configuration of module surfaces/modules with different orientation or tilt to one MPP tracker, e.g. East-West roof modules to one MPP tracker.
  • Configuration with selection of power optimizers (SolarEdge, Tigo, Maxim) and inverters.
  • The U-I curve as well as the U-P curve will be shown for each simulation step.
  • Different diffuse radiation models can be selected for the simulation.
  • Improved performance, simulation up to 50% faster.
  • The number of used storage systems and electric vehicles can now be entered easily in the corresponding definition window.
  • New graphics for the energy flows.
  • Revised Autosave function:
    • Filenames are more unique, which helps to better identify the Autosave files and assign them to projects.
    • Autosave files of projects currently in progress, as well as autosave files of older crashed projects are displayed and managed.
    • If a project is closed normally, its autosave files will be deleted automatically. When crashed, the autosave files are kept for 14 days, but can also be deleted manually in the program.
  • Calculation of the parameters for the two-diode model has been revised.
  • Energy balance: Distribution of losses due to module-specific partial shading, low light behaviour and diodes has been improved.
  • Calculation of cable losses has been revised.
  • Calculation of rated currents for circuit breakers and RCDs has been revised.
  • Additional languages for project report: Chinese, Arabic and Albanian.
  • Offgrid systems can now also be planned with components from any manufacturers, not only SMA.

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