Enphase M215 Micro Inverter - for 190-270W Modules



Enphase Energy


Micro-Inverter for single 60 cell panel

Enphase micro-inverters are approved grid-feed inverters (with grid outage sensor) that can also be utilised in an off-grid situation.

One M215 micro-inverter connects to one solar module (190 - 270W panels). This setup eliminates the impact of the "Christmas tree light" effect if one solar module malfunctions. Individual inverters also allow you to point the panels in multiple directions (very useful on complex roofs, e.g. yurts) which could expand your solar production from "dusk till dawn".

The plug-and-play cable system (Engage Cable) enables rapid and flexible installs. The inverter is mounted close to its associated panel which means there is no high-DC voltage in the system, eliminating the need for long and expensive DC solar cable runs.

If an internet connection* is available, individual panel performance is continuously monitored, and if any faults are detected the installer and home owner are notified via email.

- Maximum energy production
- No single point of system failure
- Quick and simple design and installation
- Innovative cabling for fast and flexible installation
- Only low-voltage DC, standard AC

View a short Installation Video.

* An internet connection is required on site to commission the system.

Weight: 1.9 Kilograms
Warranty: 10yrs
Code: INV-EP-Micro215-G4
Price: $205.00


Enphase M215 Micro Inverter - for 190-270W Modules
Recommended input power190-270W
EU efficiency (230VAC)95.7%
Rated output power215W
Peak output power225W
Maximum units per 20A branch circuit
@ 230V AC17
@ 400V AC51
Max. Voltage DC48V
Dimensions (mm)179(W) x 217(H) x 28(D)
Net weight1.66kg
Manufacturerenphase Energy



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