|[July 08, 2014]
Synapse Wireless and Shoals Technologies Group Demonstrate the Industry's First Real-Time, Wireless String-Level Solar PV Monitoring Solution
SAN FRANCISCO --(Business Wire)--
Wireless, an emerging leader in wireless solutions that empower the
Internet of Things (IoT), and Shoals
Technologies Group, the leading manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV)
Balance of Systems (BoS) components, today unveiled their SNAPshot
Wireless Solar PV Monitoring Solution at InterSolar North America.
The SNAPshot Wireless Monitoring Solution - Real-Time, String-Level
The innovative SNAPshot Wireless PV Monitoring system provides a
cost-effective, efficient way to optimize plant performance and O&M
"We're excited to share the newest addition to our family of solar
solutions, which also includes our recently announced SolarSNAP
Installation Tool, and our Smart Combiner Box (News - Alert) with Arc Fault detection.
SNAPshot underscores our commitment to providing meaningful innovation
to the solar industry," said Dean Solon, President & CEO, Shols
With the ability to monitor output down to the string level, this
cloud-based solution delivers a host of advantages, including: superior
analytics, decision support tools, real-time system alerts, and
integrated work order management. SNAPshot's intuitive user interface is
optimized for mobile devices as well as PCs for anytime, anywhere
insight into solar plant efficiency and output.
Solar, a global leader in designing, building and operating large
commercial and utility-scale solar power plants, is working with Synapse
and Shoals to implement the SNAPshot solution. Nick de Vries, VP Plan
Operations and Engineering for Phoenix Solar (News - Alert), commented, "With access to
cost-effective string-level information, this technology has major
implications for improving efficiency and ultimately, return on
investment. We're looking forward to working with Shoals and Synapse to
push the boundaries of solar innovation."
SNAPshot Demonstration at InterSolar North America Conference
"InterSolar North America is the ideal venue to demonstrate the
capabilities of our new SNAPshot solution, which gives a solar field
owner or operator the ability to easily keep tabs on production from the
smartphone in his or her pocket. Our demo is powered by live data - we
hope everyone attending will have a chance to check it out and see just
how revolutionary this product is," said Key Foster, CEO, Synapse
Synapse Wireless and Shoals Technologies Group will be exhibiting at
Booth 9611 at the InterSolar North America Conference, July 8-10 at the
Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
About Synapse Wireless, Inc.
Synapse Wireless, Inc. delivers proven Internet of Things connectivity
solutions for a diverse range of industries including solar, lighting,
healthcare, retail, and restaurant. Built on its award-winning SNAP®
wireless mesh network operating system, Synapse Wireless solutions are
deployed on enterprise-class platforms, improving efficiency and
distributing intelligence to the edge of its customers' networks.
Synapse is a subsidiary of McWane, Inc.
About Shoals Technologies Group
Shoals Technologies Group is a leading manufacturer of balance of
systems solutions. Consistently providing customers with innovative
designs and superior quality products has directly contributed to the
exponential growth since its founding in 1996. With over 15 GW+ of BOS
products deployed globally, Shoals maintains a diverse portfolio of PV
balance of systems products, including, combiner/re-combiner boxes,
disconnecting combiner boxes, custom harnessing solutions, junction
boxes, PV wire, in-line fuses, racking and PV monitoring solutions.
About Phoenix Solar Inc.
Established in California in 2010 as the U.S. subsidiary of Phoenix
Solar AG, Phoenix Solar Inc. is a leader in the design, construction,
operation and maintenance of solar photovoltaic power plants in North
America. The company's technology-neutral approach allows us to
objectively provide the best solar solutions for our customers.
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