SMA Sunny Boy 4.0kW Solar Inverter - Single Phase with Smart Connect
The new Sunny Boy 4.0 succeeds the globally successful Sunny Boy 4000TL. It is more than just a PV inverter: with the integrated SMA Smart Connected service, it offers all-round comfort for PV system operators and installers alike. The automatic inverter monitoring by SMA analyses operation, reports irregularities and thus minimises downtime. The Sunny Boy is ideally suited to solar power generation in private homes. Thanks to its extremely light design and location of the external connections, the device can be quickly installed and easily commissioned thanks to the intuitive webserver. Current communication standards mean that intelligent energy management solutions, as well as SMA storage solutions, can be flexibly added to the inverter at any time.
- Manufacturer SMA Solar
- Weight 17.5 kg
- Phases 1 Phase
- Power Rating kW 4000
- Inverter Type String Inverter
- Built in DC Yes
- No. of MPPT 2
- Built in Communication Integrated
- Off-Grid Compatible Yes
- Commodity Code 85044084
- Dimensions (mm) (H x W x D) 470 x 435 x 176
SMA Smart Connected
The integrated service for ease and comfort SMA Smart Connected* is the free monitoring of the inverter via the SMA Sunny Portal. If there is an inverter fault, SMA proactively informs the PV system operator and the installer. This saves valuable working time and costs. With SMA Smart Connected, the installer benefits from rapid
diagnoses by SMA. They can thus quickly rectify the fault and score points with the customer thanks to the attraction of additional services.
Tigo Optimised Solution
The new Sunny Boy 4.0 can be optimised using the Tigo TS4-R solution. The TS4-R module system is a cost-effective system that fits into any PV module design, making it the right solution for every application. With the TS4-R platform, for the first time, every PV module can now be flexibly equipped with an additional function. Only the modules affected by energy yield loss are equipped/fitted with TS4-R This means energy yields can be strategically increased and system costs reduced. Full information can be found in the above video.