Inverter & Solar Panel Warranty Downloads

The warranty documents listed below include information like warranty period, conditions and procedure.

Solar inverters are guaranteed for a period ranging from 3 to 10 years, with an average standard warranty period of 5 years. Some companies offer the possibility to extend this period. The warranty start date varies according to the manufacturer: it can be the date of production, the date of purchase, or else the delivery or installation date.

To find out whether your inverter is still under warranty and if and how you can submit a claim for your faulty unit, download your inverter’s warranty terms and conditions.

For more information on how to get your inverter up and running again, visit our inverter repairs section.

Solar modules come with a product warranty and a performance warranty.

The product warranty usually covers defects in design, material, workmanship and manufacture that materially impede the functioning of your solar PV modules. Depending on the panel manufacturer, the product warranty can run from a period of 10 to 12 years.

The performance warranty typically has a duration of 25 years and relates to the amount of energy generated by your panels. The degradation rate is the expected decrease of power output produced by your modules; it is expressed in percentage of nominal power.

The warranty documents below lay out the terms and conditions of repair, replacement or refund of your solar panels.