Since our company was founded by Roland Studer in 1987, we have been developing, producing and selling battery-based energy conversion systems for various applications in the heart of the Swiss Alps, in Sion.
Studer Innotec is a Swiss company, heir to the Swiss culture of innovation, quality and reliability. Our internationally available product range consists of inverters, battery inverters/chargers, MPPT solar charge controllers and accessories for different types of batteries. Currently, hundreds of thousands of our devices are in operation worldwide. Our customers can rely not only on our products, but also on our long-term technical support. We offer free assistance and comprehensive technical documentation.
Our worldwide partner network allows you to contact one of our sales representatives directly to create a system that is completely tailored to your needs. Our products come with a 10-year warranty and can be used for various applications such as offgrid/on-grid, backup systems, mobile applications and even mini-grids and much more…
In 2021, we launched our latest product, the next3. It is the new power player for off-grid, gridconnected and hybrid installations. It is a 16 kW three-phase inverter/battery charger with two integrated high-voltage MPPT solar charge controller inputs of 8 + 8 KW. With the AC flex interface
you can configure a second source or an additional controlled load, for example with this function you can charge your electric car or you can connect a generator so that you always have power in case of a power failure. The next3 is a unique solution for distributed electrification. We are certified ISO 14001 which shows our commitment to environmental values, minimising our climate footprint and respecting raw materials. ISO 9001 is the concrete expression of our commitment to quality, improvement and control of our processes and products. We complete our palette by expressing human values and sustainable development through the Valais Excellence label. In 2020, we also obtained the Solar Impulse label, which rewards the 1000 best cost-effective solutions capable of protecting the environment.
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