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How long do solar inverters typically last?

Solar inverters typically last between 10 and 20 years, with some high-quality inverters lasting up to 25 years or more. The lifespan of an inverter depends on several factors, including the quality of the product, the operating conditions, and the amount of use it receives.

Regular maintenance and cleaning can help extend the life of a solar inverter by preventing overheating and reducing wear and tear. If the inverter is located in an area with extreme temperatures or frequent power fluctuations, it may have a shorter lifespan.

It is important to choose an inverter from a reputable manufacturer with a history of producing high-quality products, and to carefully review the warranty terms and conditions before purchasing an inverter. A longer warranty period generally indicates greater confidence in the product's quality and performance, and can provide peace of mind in the event that the inverter fails or needs repairs.


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