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Compatible equipment

The following equipment is compatible with Flexible Exports and available now. Other equipment will become available in the future, refer to second and third tables below. Beyond the trial many more options will become available in line with the Government of South Australia's Dynamic Exports Requirements, which will be introduced in December 2022*. 

Inverter brand Inverter model Capacity  (kW) Phase(s) Meter Flexible connection Commissioning information links
ABB/Fimer UNO-DM-PLUS-Q 3.3 – 6.0 1

Eastron SDM230-Modbus

Eastron SDM630-Modbus 

SwitchDin Droplet

Fimer installation quick reference guide

Fimer communications wiring diagrams

Fronius
Australia
Primo (SnapINverter) 

3.0 - 8.2

 

1

Fronius Smart Meter 63A-1

Fronius Smart Meter 63A-3 

Fronius Smart Meter 50kA -3 

Fronius Smart Meter UL 240 V-3

Fronius Smart Meter UL 480 V-3 

SwitchDin Droplet

Fronius installation quick reference guide

Fronius Primo Communications wiring diagrams

Fronius
Australia
Symo (SnapInverter) 3.0 - 20.0 3

Fronius Smart Meter 63A-3 

Fronius Smart Meter 50kA -3 

Fronius Smart Meter UL 240 V-3

Fronius Smart Meter UL 480 V-3 

SwitchDin Droplet

Fronius installation quick reference guide

Fronius Symo Communications wiring diagrams

GroWatt  MIN TL-X 

2.5 - 6.0

 

1

Eastron SDM230-Modbus

Eastron SDM630-Modbus  

SwitchDin Droplet

GroWatt installation quick reference guide

GroWatt Communications wiring diagrams

SMA Sunny Boy AV-41 3.0 - 6.0

1

SMA Energy
Meter

Eastron SDM230-Modbus

Eastron SDM630-Modbus

SwitchDin Droplet

SMA Installation quick reference guide

SMA Communications wiring diagrams

SMA Sunny Tripower AV-40 3.0-10.0 3

SMA Energy Meter

Eastron SDM630-Modbus

SwitchDin Droplet

SMA Installation quick reference guide

SMA Sunny Tripower Communications wiring diagram

 

*From 1 December 2022, SA Government’s new regulations will come into effect as part of the Smarter Homes Program, requiring all new exporting generation systems to be capable of remotely updating their export limits. These regulatory changes mean that all exporting systems installed after this date will be able to enrol in SA Power Networks’ Flexible Exports connection option as it becomes available. 


Compatible equipment - coming soon

The following inverters are currently undergoing testing to achieve Flexible Exports compatibility with SA Power Networks. Indicative availabilities are provided by the inverter manufactures, and subject to change. 

Inverter brand Inverter model Capacity (kW) Phase(s) Flexible connection Indicative availability
Fronius Primo Gen 24+ 3.0 - 6.0 1 Native** Q2 2022
Fronius Symo Gen 24+ 6.0 - 10.0 3 Native** Q2 2022
SolarEdge Energy Hub 3.0 - 10.0 1 Native** Q2 2022
SolarEdge Genesis 3.0 - 10.0 1 Native** Q2 2022
SolarEdge EV Charging Inverter 3.0 - 5.0 1 Native** Q2 2022
SolarEdge Three Phase 5.0 - 33.3 3 Native** Q2 2022
SMA Sunny Boy and Tripower 3.0 - 10.0 1-3 Native** TBC

 

** No additional gateway required

Working towards compatibility 

The following inverter manufacturers have indicated that they are working towards developing Flexible Exports compatible equipment. Once they get closer to achieving compatibility, more detailed information on the inverter models that are going to become compatible will be listed on the tables above.  

Inverter brand Flexible Connection
Enphase Native**
GoodWe SwitchDin Droplet
Solax Native**

 

Frequently Asked Questions

From 1 December 2022, SA Government’s new regulations will come into effect as part of the Smarter Homes Program, requiring all new exporting generation systems to be capable of remotely updating their export limits. These regulatory changes mean that all exporting systems installed after this date will be able to enrol in SA Power Networks’ Flexible Exports connection option as it becomes available.  

Any inverter manufacturer who wishes to get their inverters certified to Flexible Exports or Dynamic Exports requirements and listed as Flexible Exports compatible, please contact New Energy Services for more information. 

SA Power Networks does not provide assurance that the listed inverter manufacturers will provide capability to retroactively update their already installed equipment to become Flexible Exports compatible.  

Once the inverter manufacturer can meet the Dynamic Exports requirements, SA Power Networks will be able to assist with modification to the Small Embedded Generators (SEG) approval.