KOSTAL Solar Electric GmbH

KOSTAL Solar Electric GmbH, headquartered in Freiburg, Germany, was established in 2006 as the newest subsidiary of the KOSTAL Group, a family company whose history stretches back almost 100 years. The company is responsible for the marketing of their own PIKO brand inverters and also provides technical customer service.

 

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PIKO 1.5 MP / 2.0 MP / 2.5 MPTransformerless, single-phase

  • Wide input voltage range
  • Long life cycle thanks to effective cooling technology
  • Standard integrated communication package with data logger, web server and solar

PIKO 3.0 MP / 3.6 MP / 4.2 MPTransformerless, single-phase

  • Wide input voltage range
  • Long life cycle thanks to effective cooling technology
  • Standard integrated communication package with data logger, web server and solar

PIKO 3.0Transformerless, Single-phase

  • Integrated switch contact for internal consumption control
  • Integrated data logger and web server for system monitoring
  • Various communication interfaces integrated as a standard: 2 x Ethernet (integrated switch), RS485, S0, 4 x analogue inputs (e.g. for ripple control receivers)
  • Graphic display with 3-button operating concept

PIKO 4.2 / 4.6 / 5.5Transformerless, three-phase

  • Transformerless feed-in via 3 phases for low power range
  • Comprehensive integrated communication system
  • Wide DC input voltage range for flexible system design

PIKO 7.0 / 8.5Transformerless, three-phase

  • Integrated electronic DC switch
  • Broad input voltage range
  • Standard integrated communication package with data logger, web server, solar portal and the following interfaces: 2x Ethernet, RS485, S0, 4x analogue inputs (e.g. for ripple control receivers or PIKO Sensor)

PIKO 10 / 12 / 15 / 17 / 20Transformerless, three-phase

  • Integrated electronic DC switch
  • Broad input voltage range
  • Standard integrated communication package with data logger, web server, solar portal and the following interfaces: 2x Ethernet, RS485, S0, 4x analogue inputs (e.g. for ripple control receivers or PIKO Sensor)
  • Integrated switch contact for self-consumption optimisation