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California — Tigo Energy, and IronRidge announced the companies’ new Underwriter Laboratories (UL) 2703 listing of operational compatibility.

The listing includes Tigo’s Tigo Access Point (TAP) and TS4-A Add-on Platform of flexible module-level power electronics (Flex MLPE) with IronRidge’s Flush Mount racking components for residential, commercial, and industrial PV systems.

The rigorous testing performed by UL met the necessarily standards for certified safety this month. The products are now available from the respective companies and shipping from many distribution partners.

Tigo’s TS4-A Platform allows for an easy installation experience with one side mounting of its Flex MLPE. Installers have greater flexibility in selecting the Flex MLPE location on the module frame or various racking systems like IronRidge’s Flush Mount.

“Our rigorous approach to providing world-class mounting hardware has led to unique features such as offering certifiably safe solutions with Tigo’s Flex MLPE,” says William Pereira, Product Manager at IronRidge. “We are pleased that Tigo has joined our network of UL-listed solutions so we can offer our customers flexible, trusted components for their PV systems.”

“Tigo welcomes the opportunity to certify compatibility with PV components like IronRidge’s Flush Mount hardware,” says Sarah Ozga, Product Manager at Tigo. “Both solutions value industry-leading reliability and certified safety which is why we were open to collaboration.”

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has 8+ years of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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