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I am attempting to build a micro-inverter design to work with these panels: www.moserbaersolar.com/resources/MBVP-CAAP-BB-english.pdfAfter looking at the block diagram here: http://www.ti.com/solution/solar-micro-inverter-diagram .
I've settled on:
SM72442 MPPT controllerTMP103 for temperature sensingSM73308 for PV panel current / voltage sensing (will this work on the inverter output too?)SM72295 Bridge driverISO7242C for isolationTPS5420 for Aux Bias Supply
What options are available for the DC-DC boost, DC-AC inverter and AC filter stages? The graphic doesn't list anything for those, and I'm sure someone here has a better idea than me which components would work best in this setup.
Are there better component options than the ones I've chosen?
Thank you for your help!
"Ignorance more often begets confidence than does knowledge." -- Bertrand Russell
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I'm asking for help because I'm not exactly an expert at this stuff. I would prefer to get some guidance, or follow a working plan, and make something that works, rather than do it all by my lonesome from scratch and stand a very good chance of shorting everything out.
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