RoseWater Energy, a manufacturer of whole-house, clean-energy systems, has introduced three new 3-phase energy management hubs.
The Fla.-based manufacturer states its new 3P30, 3P45 and 3P75 are now available to integrators to help them address large-scale residential projects. RoseWater Energy says that integrators can use its systems that include the 3-phase energy management hubs to cleanly and efficiently power major electronic system investments, including AV, lighting, home control, networks and more by providing stable power with power conditioning and backup capabilities.
RoseWater emphasizes the new 3-phase Energy Management Hubs employ hot swappable 2.5kVA/2.0 kW inverter modules and optional 2.4 kW rectifier modules that are the foundation of its hubs. According to the company, the solutions include its Cordex smart unified controller with an integrated Ethernet/SNMP that monitors and manages both inverter and rectifier modules through a web-based interface and a local LCD touchscreen.
The 3-phase energy management hubs are designed to reside in environments of temperatures that range from -4-degrees to 104-degrees Fahrenheit, and the products incorporate 48-volt DC to 120-Volt inverters, along with an AC-to-DC converters.
RoseWater Energy adds the newly announced hubs are capable of integrating with solar panels using the SBX 10 Solar Box interface, and they are offered with 10 kVA per leg (3P30), 15 kVA per leg (3P45), and 25 kVA (3P75) per leg versions.