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California — Tigo Energy announced a new offering of the Tigo TS4-A-F rapid shutdown device (RSD) with fire safety support for industry-leading solar modules up to 700-watts.

Tigo says the TS4-A-F RSD is a reliable solution for installers and a single product that works with a broad family of inverters and modules.

Through the Tigo Enhanced program, Tigo customers and installers have the freedom to choose the right equipment for their solar projects through a simple plug-and-play model in combination with major inverter suppliers Chint Power Systems (CPS), Solectria, Sungrow, Canadian Solar, and Growatt. Additionally, the new Tigo TS4-A-F RSD offers:

– plug-and-play support for all solar modules up to 700W, and is rated for a maximum current of 15 amps and a maximum voltage of 90 volts
– compliance with NEC 2017 and 2020 690.12 Rapid Shutdown specifications when installed with the Tigo RSS Transmitter and PVRSS certified inverter or an inverter with built-in Tigo certified transmitter
– reliable solutions matching other Tigo products, utilizing the same frame mounting features requiring only 10 seconds for installation
– industry standard MC4 connectors with an IP68 enclosure rating for maximum durability

“Rapid shutdown is an essential element of PV systems safety, and the 700W Tigo TS4-A-F now supports new high-power modules,” said Jing Tian, Chief Growth Officer at Tigo Energy.

The new high-power 700W Tigo TS4-A-F RSD will be available for purchase directly and from Tigo channel partners starting on June 22, 2021.

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

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