Warm weather in june sets the corn in tune: PV Manger in new Languages

Our PV Manager is the most important planning tool for installers and has been part of our repertoire for many years. Now it has received an update and with it some new functions, but above all PV Manager is now also available in seven new languages. In this article you can find out what these are and what else is new. 

PV Manager is a planning tool for grid-connected PV systems in the home and commercial sector. As a comprehensive program, it offers all functions for planning, selling and processing in a single software. It guides installers professionally through every project: from the customer enquiry, through quotation and ordering, to commissioning.

Functions at a glance

As early as the planning stage of the PV system on the roof, the PV Manager helps to identify possible interfering objects and shading, among other things, and takes site-related weather data into account. Module and mounting planning is then quickly done, as is the integration of inverters and storage units. In addition, the planning tool creates a comprehensive self-consumption analysis as well as an economic efficiency calculation, which the installer can hand out to his customers at the touch of a button. Afterwards, all planned components can be automatically transferred to the IBC SOLAR Online Shop and the order for the PV system can be triggered. Users can also grant IBC SOLAR experts access to their projects and thus request personal advice and support.

 You will find an overview of all the other important functions in our picture gallery.

This is new

With the latest update of the PV Manager, seven new roof tile variants of the roof hook Mammut-Form S+ have been added. Furthermore, the TopFix200 trapezoidal elevation has been added with all variants known from AeroFix G3. In addition, it is now possible to import management data using the same format that was introduced as an export format with version 5.9.

Seven new languages

Because the PV Manager is so important as a planning tool, we want to offer it in as many languages as possible so that our international customers can also benefit from it. It will therefore also be available in French, Romanian, Bulgarian, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish and Greek. This means that documents such as structural calculations etc. can be generated directly in the national language. This makes further processing in the countries easier, as often only documents in the respective national language are accepted.

Are you interested? Order your PV Manager licence directly in our IBC SOLAR online shop, for further information click here.

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