Vongens is a solar inverter company that has recently launched a Brisbane office which offers services and products for the Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast areas.
With our consolidated after-sales service we ensure high quality products and maintenance for our customers and provide 24/7 customer support and a guarantee of solving your problem within 48 hours, because we are based here in Queensland and, therefore, we can afford to do it.
We are committed to make the Australian solar products market both more reliable and more affordable.
Our company has had in excess of 10 years of experience in the solar and electrical industries and has had cooperated with Siemens to provide worldwide technical service and maintenance.
Our solar inverter products include the SGN series from Trannergy with features such as a maximum efficiency of 98.1% and a MPPT operating voltage range of 90-530 Vdc which make this a highly reliable inverter unit. Further details of the SGN series of inverters can be found in our products section. The warranty is five years, but for a very small, symbolic, fee it can be extended to ten years.
In Australia we have already sold more than 4000 units, among which 2285 units can be sourced from the pvoutput website (www.pvoutput.org). These units have been installed by reputable installers across Queensland, such as Positronic and Goodhew. In the UK we have been recently ranked as the top supplier thanks to our durable and reliable products. You can also see many reviews about our products on some credible forums such as Whirlpool (www.whirlpool.net.au/forum – you can write “trannergy solar inverters” in the search field or go directly to the archive to find, for instance, a forum discussion comparing our inverters with the “Sunny Boy” ones: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2205379).
We have a warehouse located in Archerfield where we keep abundant stock. You are always welcome to come and pay us a visit.
We are currently having a buy one inverter get one free isolator promotion while stocks last。