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APS QS1 High-Capacity 4 Module Microinverter

price as of June 25
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Input Voltage DC60
Output Voltage AC208
TypeMicro inverter
Dimensions LxWxH11.1” x 9.1” x 1.6”
Weight9.9 lbs
ManufacturerAltenergy Power System Inc
Manufacturer Part #KU20808
Operating Temperatures -40°F to +149°F
Warranty10/25 years see manufacturer
Delivery Time 5-7 business days

About product

APS QS1 microinverter is capable of handling four PV modules up to 450W . The model ensures a continuous power output up to 1,200W.  An independent Maximum Power Point Tracking system (MPPT) allows you to get as much energy as possible from your array. APS QS1 is compatible with 60- or 72-cell panels. You can stack up to three units per branch that can service up to 12 PV modules. The inverter reaches 96.5% efficiency.

This model can be managed remotely via wireless connection. The single-phase microinverter follows all standard safety protocols and is very easy to install. It comes with a 10-year warranty which can be extended to 25 years.


  • Compatible with 60- 72-cell modules
  • Maximum Continuous Output Power: 1200W
  • Efficiency: 96.5%
  • Warranty: 10 years (extendable to 25)
  • Weight: 9.9lbs
  • Dimensions: 11.1 x 9.1 x 1.6 in

Reviews & Questions

  • Reviews (3)
  • Questions (2)
a friend of mine recommended me to go for microinverters and this is what I ended up with. Very good model. Gotta praise the service too: loved the shop, loved the simplicity of the purchase process. Thank you very much.
08/18/2021 09:23 am
Ordered this one a while back already. Very easy, clean installation, very easy to manage. And it’s good to know that there isn’t an inverter box in your garage that collects dust and which you have to clean every now and then.
Dan Ty.
08/05/2021 07:15 pm
thanks, got the package! man, microinverters are so convenient
07/17/2021 02:53 pm

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Hello, how much is the delivery of this model going to cost?
08/18/2021, 11:01
Good day. Currently, we don’t charge for the delivery of inverters.
can I still connect the system to the grid if I use microinverters instead of a regular one?
08/02/2021, 09:58
Of course you can!