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Enphase M215 Non-IG vs M215 IG Comparison

Here we compare the difference between the original M215 and the M215 IG version.

First, the main difference is that the the M215-IG has integrated ground (IG) technology incorporated into the micro inverter, while the M215-Non-IG requires the use of grounding lugs.

Aside one having integrated grounding and the other not, we go over some of the other differences between the two M215s. 



Enphase M215 (NON-IG)

Enphase M215 (IG)

System Compatibility

Original Systems


System Compatibility

Original Systems

Primary Use

Residential


Primary Use

Residential

Commonly Used Module Pairing - Input Power

190 - 270 W


Commonly Used Module Pairing - Input Power

190 - 270+ W

MPPT Range

22 - 36 V


MPPT Range

27 - 39 V

Maximum input DC voltage

45 V


Maximum input DC voltage

48 V

Operating range

16 V - 36 V


Operating range

16 V - 48 V

Min/Max start voltage

22 V / 45 V


Min/Max start voltage

22 V / 48 V

Max DC short circuit current

15 A


Max DC short circuit current

15 A

Peak Output Power

225 W


Peak Output Power

225 W

CEC Efficiency

96.0%


CEC Efficiency

96.5%

Night Time Power Consumption

46 mW


Night Time Power Consumption

65 mW

Module Compatibility

60-cell modules


Module Compatibility

60-cell modules

Dimensions (WxHxD)

173mm x 164mm x 35mm (without bracket)


Dimensions (WxHxD)

171mm x 173mm x 30mm (without bracket)

Weight

1.6 kg (3.5 lbs)


Weight

1.6 kg (3.4 lbs)