Bold Renewables is the exclusive OEM source for training for Advanced Energy Solaron, NX, and TX/PVPowered central inverters. ​

  • Typical preventative maintenance, per OEM inverter manual​
  • Technicians should have minimum one year of field experience on photovoltaic inverter repair before being eligible for Level 2 training provided by Bold Renewables​
  • Technicians attend one week (4.5 days) of classroom & lab training at Bold Renewables facility in Ft. Collins, CO.

Please note there is a 4 student minimum, 6 student maximum per class​

  • The customer & Bold Renewables will partner to decide whether a Level 3 certification makes sense for their AE fleet​
  • To become Level 3 certified, the technician must complete a minimum of three separate one-on-one Level 3 training sessions with a Bold Renewable/ AE certified trainer within an 8 month period​
  • Each training session takes place at the customer’s site, on a down inverter requiring an engine rebuild

Intermediate Curriculum ​

  • NX PV Inverter Specifications​
  • User Interfaces Overview​
  • Solar Application System Terminology​
  • Bipolar-Transformerless Architecture​
  • Installation Overview​
  • Internal Overview​
  • NX Inverter States of Operation​
  • Digital Display and Operating Parameters​
  • Interpreting Inverter Status​
  • Preventive Maintenance​
  • Understanding PV Ground Fault indications ​
  • Safety​
  • System schematic review​
  • Common fault descriptions​
  • Interpreting data in log files for troubleshooting​
  • Removing and replacing various parts on actual inverter and performing applicable test procedures to verify work​
  • General troubleshooting of common inverters issues
  • TX Overview​
  • 500TX Inverter Specifications​
  • User Interfaces Overview​
  • Display and fault description
  • Solar Application System Terminology​
  • Isolation based transformer design and grounding requirements​
  • Installation Overview​
  • Internal Overview — Including photos/diagrams​
  • Understanding system steps of operation​
  • Understanding sequence of startup and when it fails or faults important in troubleshooting​
  • Digital Display and Operating Parameters​
  • Interpreting Inverter Status​
  • Preventive Maintenance​
  • Understanding PV ground Fault Indications for TX Isolated Transformer Design​
  • Safety​
  • System schematic review ​
  • Common fault descriptions​
  • Interpreting data in log files for troubleshooting​
  • Understanding the PVMSync program and Event Log downloading​
  • Communications Overview and troubleshooting​
  • Removing and replacing various parts on actual inverter and performing applicable test procedures to verify work​
  • General troubleshooting of common inverters issues​

If you are interested in training classes with Bold Renewables,
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