Tech Tip: Installation of the Sunny Boy Smart Energy

From Sascha Jacobi (guest post) on July 17, 2014 in Category Energy Management with 15 Comments

The current SMA Tech Tip shows how quickly and easily the new Sunny Boy Smart Energy can be installed as part of the SMA Integrated Storage System.

The Sunny Boy Smart Energy combines a modern photovoltaic inverter and a storage system and is, along with the Sunny Home Manager, one of the core components of the simplest storage solution currently available for residential applications.

Our colleague Jan explains how it works in the new video.

Happy watching.

 

For more information, please visit the following links:

Sunny Boy Smart Energy: The First PV Inverter With an Integrated Battery (Article)

Why would you need a pv inverter with integrated battery? (Video)

Sunny Boy Smart Energy (Product page)

Sunny Boy Smart Energy receives Intersolar Award 2013 (Article)

 

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  • avatar

    Giancarlo Smith - Fóton

    May 23, 2017 at 22:55

    Is this equipment already available in Brasil?

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      Jennifer Rößler

      May 24, 2017 at 14:19

      Hello Giancarlo,

      Referring to your request, please be informed that the inverter typ Sunny Boy Smart Energy is not yet released for Brasil market.
      Thank you for your comprehension.

      Kind reagards, Jennifer

      Reply »
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    Mister Diop

    October 17, 2016 at 15:03

    Please is it to use only 1 sunny boy sb 3800 for running 3.5Hp air conditionner during day lidht ? (sorry for my english, i’m frenchy)

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    Matthias - Enersol Brasil ltda

    August 24, 2015 at 14:38

    Hello,

    Could you tell me if the Smart Energy works as a No-Break system? Does it still work when there is a blackout ?
    Thanks,

    Matthias

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      Sarah Römsch

      August 28, 2015 at 15:22

      Hi Matthias,
      thanks for your question. The Sunny Boy Smart Engergy does not work as no-break system, but our SMA Flexible Storage System.
      Please ask your installer for more details and which devices would be the best for your PV system. He knows your local conditions.

      Best regards and have a nice weekend.

      Sarah

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    Anthony chibuzor

    August 12, 2015 at 20:46

    I definitely want to go total solar in my house in Enugu Nigeria. My output requirement is 5Kv Inverter for my 5000Watt total usage. I am presently living in Mainz Germany and in the process of a partial relocation to Enugu Nigeria. Do you have a sales representative in that Part of Nigeria or must I have to bye the system and transport it myself to my destination ?
    Note: I will also appreciate a hookup with one of your tech. Sales person for a more in depth knowledge on how I can best actualize my project.
    Thanks.

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      Sarah Römsch

      August 13, 2015 at 11:46

      Hello Anthony,
      That sounds really good. I pass your emailaddress to my colleague who is responsible for your region. He has the expertise and will get in touch with you.
      Best regards,
      Sarah

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        Anthony chibuzor

        August 16, 2015 at 15:00

        Hi Sara R.

        I am still waiting to be contacted by the person you sent my referral to???how about you send the individual a reminder.
        Tnx.

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        Sarah Römsch

        August 17, 2015 at 09:24

        Hi Anthony,
        I’m very sorry about that. I’ve sent a reminder.
        Best regards,
        Sarah

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    Ryk Fischer

    July 26, 2015 at 22:48

    I want to install a 5KVA system for my house based on a survey of my requirements
    Evidently I need 8ooAh of battery capacity
    Would you have an inverter/charger available that would also meet my future PV requirements
    Do you have Sunny Boy unit that will meet these requirements
    How much will it cost to supply and install?

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      Sarah Römsch

      July 28, 2015 at 14:35

      Hi,
      Thanks for your interest in our inverters. Please have a look at this website.
      The Simple Storage Solution or the Flexible Storage Solution might fit for your PV system.

      For further information and the the price, please ask an installer. It’s necessary to have more information about your house, surrounding etc.
      Best regards,
      Sarah

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    Jean de Dieu

    March 25, 2015 at 12:39

    Dear Sir,
    I would like to provide electricity to a building with two apartments.
    Both apartments will be provided electricity by a single kit. I want a
    kit that is hybrid. That means with possibility of being recharged by
    solar panels or public electricity (or generator).

    Each apartment has following equipment:

    2 x Refrigerator/Freezer.
    1 x Laptop
    1 x Desktop
    1 x TV
    12 x Light
    1 x Washing machine
    1 x Iron.

    Kindly suggest a kit which can support the above load, multiply by two
    (two apartments). If possible an expandable system with growing power
    needs.
    Best Regards,

    Jean

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    Magiel

    January 27, 2015 at 09:47

    Got a 5 Kw sunny boy invertor running at the moment.Do I have to replace the complete system and what wil the cost be.

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      Leonie Blume

      January 28, 2015 at 09:35

      Hi Magiel,

      Do you wish an upgrade to SB 5000 SE? If so, please contact our Sales Team via sales@sma.de
      They need your serial number and the pv design of your plant.

      Thanks and best regards
      Leonie

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