Introducing the world's first

1200 watt Quad microinverter

See our products Button Icon
Sparq Systems Product Sparq Systems Product 1280 Sparq Systems Product 960 Sparq Systems Product 750 Sparq Systems Product 320

Offering low-cost power
conversion in a compact footprint

  • Smartest
  • Most Reliable
  • Lowest Cost

SPARQ is pleased to introduce the Quad - a revolutionary, new microinverter that is resetting industry standards for cost, ease of installation, reliability, energy harvest and advanced grid functions.

Product Highlights
Changing the way solar is deployed
Superlative performance

Four panels. One inverter.
Revolutionary.

Product Highlights Second Image

SPARQ is pleased to introduce the Quad - a revolutionary, new microinverter that is resetting industry standards for cost, ease of installation, reliability, energy harvest and advanced grid functions.

Product Highlights Image
Product Comparisons
00%
Higher power than rated power can be delivered as there is no peak clipping
00%
Higher power density compared to leading competitor
00%
Lighter compared to leading competitor
Best In-Class Reliability
Product Image 1
Purchasing Process

We can take you through the entire process
and answer any questions you may have.

Step 1 - Understand your requirements

Determine your average annual energy consumption by summing the last 12 months of kWh energy usage from your utility bills. Use the annual energy to help select the system size.

Step 2 - Size the system

Get an idea of the solar potential of your location by going to the free PV Watts site here: PV Watts Calculator

Entering your address or zip code, select the solar resource data and go to system info.

Set DC System Size to 1. If mounting the system on your roof, enter the Tilt (slope) and Azimuth (angle rotated from north). Press Go to Results. Divide the annual energy from step 1 by the PV Watts result to get the system size in kW needed to offset all of your electricity usage.

As an example,

• Annual energy = 5,600kWh
• PV Watts results = 1,512kWh
• System size = 5600/1512 = 3.703kW

Step 3 - Create a bill of material and contact us

Each Q1200 (Quad) will produce up to 1.2kW of power
Divide the System size calculated in Step 2 by 1.2 to determine the number of Quad microinverters needed to offset the annual energy consumption.
Continuing the above example
• System size = 3.703kW
• Number of Q1200 = 3.703/1.2=3.08

Round this to 3. Each Quad will be connected to 4 PV modules. Size the PV modules for peak output between 300 and 350W per 60 cell module.

Each Quad will need a Trunk cable branch connector. The Trunk cable will need an end terminator cap. A SparqLinq gateway allows the system to be monitored.An AC disconnect tool and a DC disconnect tool are recommended for maintenance.

A total parts list for this example is:
• Quad
• Trunk cable branch connectors
• End terminator cap
• SparqLinq gateway
• AC and DC disconnect tool

Contact us          Phone Icon

Sparq accessories to complete your build.
AC Trunk Cable
AC Trunk Cable

The AC Trunk Cabling system enables the solar installer to cost-effectively match the cabling needs to each site.

SparqLinq
SparqLinq

The SparqLinq is the SPARQ gateway used to provision, monitor and maintain the SPARQ system. Setting it up is fast and easy, and consists of connecting it to the network and following the installation wizard.

Find out what solutions are right for you.
X