CLICK & FIT Latronics PVE1200
  • CLICK & FIT Latronics PVE1200
  • CLICK & FIT Latronics PVE1200

CLICK & FIT Latronics PVE1200

(Excl. GST)
SKU: PVE1200

Price includes installation & certification by a licenced electrician - Is your solar costing you money? Order a Click & Fit today!

Product details:

The Latronics PVE1200 is a very old but sturdy design, the PV input is high current and low voltage which is the opposite of most modern transformer-less inverters now on the market. Luckily we have a solution, we can offer a replacement unit with 3 years manufacturer's warranty.

Warranty Details: 3 Years from installation by certified technician

Why Choose Click & Fit? 

Click & Fit is a great way for you to shop for your solar PV system repair online and get it installed by a local licensed electrician. Giving you a premium service at a great price!

Click & Fit takes away the hassle of not knowing how much installation will cost and brings all the right information direct to you, saving you from losing your lunch break just to get a quote.

On top of loading, you with the right information, we have a dedicated team of solar system specialists, installation specialist and technical engineers. All who work on our online chat and phone line, ensuring you get the best service when you order.

To guarantee the best service, when you purchase using Click & Fit, we assign a technical specialist to your online order. They will go over the details you provide to ensure your selected inverter is compatible with your system.  

If you want to repair your solar system, Click & Fit will save you time & money, it's super easy!


Melbourne/Geelong metro areas serviced only - Call to confirm regional area installation prior to ordering


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Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I have my solar system serviced?
Due to the extreme weather conditions in Australia, most manufactures recommend a licensed electrician services your system once every 12 months, in some cases this is required for warranty upkeep. See more about solar servicing.
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