Inspired by the design concept of consumer tablet computers, Clenergy developed its Panorama Information Display System to monitor inverters and provide remote viewing of key parameters. Panorama brings an artistic style and elegance to the traditionally staid world of electric power monitoring products. The tablet recently earned Australia’s C-Tick and SAA accreditations, which come on top of previous G59 and G83 certifications in Great Britain and CE status in the European Union.
A product that carries the C-Tick mark complies with Australian electromagnetic compatibility requirements and radio communications standards, allowing the product to be sold in Australia. Standards Australia International Limited (SAA) is Australia’s only accreditation body standards for electrical product safety certification. Approval by these reputable certification bodies marks a major steppingstone for the product’s promotion in the Australia market.
Panorama can communicate remotely with inverters in multiple ways, including digital radio and RS485 wired systems. The advanced display allows the user to track inverter status and other vital data through its seven-inch TFT LCD display while also storing recorded data for future analysis. The user-friendly interface makes it expedient to study and use the information system. Panorama is a high-performance application solution with an industrial-class integrated special chip and embedded operating system. The tablet can run complex monitoring software and includes multimedia functions, allowing it to play audio and video files.
Panorama has successfully earned software copyright from the Copyright Protection Center of China for its unique design concept and multiple functions. The product’s application for China’s Utility Model Patent is currently under review. Accompanied by increasing global sales of Clenergy’s SPH series of inverters, the company is confident that the Panorama Information Display System will fully realize its potential in the international PV market.