Studer Battery Temperature Sensor CT-35 for the Compact Series of sine wave inverters. This CT-35 Temperature Sensor adapts charge levels to the battery’s temperature variations.
Studer Battery Temperature Sensor CT-35 Supplied with 3m cable.
Studer Innotec was established in 1987, not as a result of market research, but founded on Rolans Studer’s wish to improve solar systems. Therefore it was natural to focus on the main component of a battery system: the inverter. Three years later the company was manufacturing its first inverter models, eight years later it started to export them and then gradually opened up to new application areas (mobile applications, backup systems and industrial applications).
Today Studer Innotec provides an extensive product range with over 60 products that assure storage, conversion and management of energy, of which over 95% are exported through our distributor network with over 100 partners worldwide. The key success factor in maintaining their competitive lead is constant innovation. Through its know-how and experience, Studer Innotec
ensures the renewal of its product range as well as expanding into new applications such as self-consumption systems and mini-grids. Our company’s vision is the same as at its beginnings: more than a product, we offer innovative solutions to optimise any solar system whatever the application. These solutions are designed and manufactured at the same location, in Sion, Switzerland, as a
result of the close collaboration and interaction with our customer
Experience and sustainability:
Studer Innotec has, like its products, a long life time, being founded more than 30 years ago with a commitment to manufacture power conversion products for the off-grid market. Today, there are hundreds of thousands of Studer products in operation all around the world. Their users can rely not only on the products but also on our reliable presence and after sales support over time. Studer Innotec is a family company which ensures that our products will meet and exceed the needs of the sustainable markets of tomorrow.