Find the right fit

Use this compatibility calculator to help determine the electrical compatibility of PV modules with the Enphase IQ Microinverter family.

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Temperature range
Enter the LOWEST daytime temperature and the highest AVERAGE temperature when sunlight will be on the array. The ASHRAE Handbook is the recommended source for weather data in a particular location or you can look up the Extreme Low temperatures for your location by clicking here.
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Temperature range
Enter the LOWEST daytime temperature and the highest AVERAGE temperature when sunlight will be on the array. The ASHRAE Handbook is the recommended source for weather data in a particular location or you can look up the Extreme Low temperatures for your location by clicking here.
Please fill in the temperature range from low to high
Please fill in all required data.
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Temperature range
Enter the LOWEST daytime temperature and the highest AVERAGE temperature when sunlight will be on the array. The ASHRAE Handbook is the recommended source for weather data in a particular location or you can look up the Extreme Low temperatures for your location by clicking here.
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Modules paired with Enphase microinverters with integrated ground must use PV wire or PV cable that is compliant with NEC 690.35(D) for ungrounded PV power systems. Do not connect an Enphase microinverter to a module that this calculator indicates is incompatible. Doing so may void the warranty. This calculator only shows the compatibility of the modules with Enphase microinverters and doesn't provide any information on clipping that may occur due to sizing and other DC parameters of the PV module. Enphase IQ Microinverters are compatible with bifacial PV modules if the temperature-adjusted electrical parameters (maximum power, voltage, and current) of the modules, considering the electrical parameters including the bifacial gain, are within the allowable microinverter input parameters range. In evaluating the amount of bifaciality gain, follow the recommendations of the module manufacturers.

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