APsystems upgrades EMA monitoring website with more data and improved interface


SEATTLE, JIAXING, LYON– APsystems today announced the launch of a new, redesigned version of its Energy Monitoring & Analysis (EMA) website APsystemsEMA.com.

The web-based platform, available for free on any connected device, monitors and reports module-level energy production of solar arrays which utilize APsystems inverters and provides that information to homeowners and end users in a convenient and user-friendly format.

emaThe site also enables APsystems-registered solar installers and contractors to lower their maintenance costs by creating and managing their customers’ PV installation accounts remotely. Key features of the new EMA site include a more attractive design and a more engaging user experience with an enhanced system dashboard, system management tools and improved reporting functions.

The new EMA website is active and available now, the result of a seamless transition from the previous site to the new interface. The added functionality addresses the high demand for detailed data and enhanced capability in a more user-friendly experience for the growing and competitive solar industry.

“We are excited to re-launch our very popular EMA website.” said Wesley Tong, APsystems chief marketing officer. “The site already hosts tens of thousands of homeowners and end users all over the world who view their APsystems solar array performance online and through the APsystems EMA App. These new design improvements now give them an even more in-depth view of their system energy production, improved reporting and additional historical data in a clean, comprehensive and dynamic user interface.”

Users can view their solar array performance using the same URL and log-in information as before at APsystemsEMA.com, through the APsystems EMA App or by visiting the APsystems website at APsystems.com and clicking “EMA Login” at the top right portion of the homepage.



Join APsystems at Solar Canada 2016

Solar Canada, Canada’s largest PV convention, comes to Toronto Dec. 5-6 – and APsystems will be there with a powerful microinverter line and dynamic new features.

Look for our enhanced, interactive booth 1002, where we’ll be offering APsystems product training and hands-on demonstrations.


We’ll be showcasing our new, redesigned version of its Energy Monitoring & Analysis (EMA) website, APsystemsEMA.com. The EMA website monitors and reports energy production on sites that utilize APsystems microinverters and also lets APsystems-registered solar installers and contractors create and manage their customers’ energy monitoring accounts.

Key features of the new EMA site include a cleaner and more attractive design, a more engaging user experience with an enhanced system dashboard, system management tools, improved reporting functions and module performance data.

We’ll also have the full line of APsystems advanced microinverters on display, including the powerful YC1000, YC500, and ArrayApp all-in-one mobile installer tool.

YC1000, the first true 3-phase, four-module solar microinverter. With balanced 3-phase AC output, the microinverter is purpose designed and built for commercial applications.

The best-selling YC500 microinverter, a groundbreaking unit that handles two PV modules (up to 310 watts each) with dual-MPPT and monitoring to simplify installation, lower balance of system costs and improve array output and efficiency.

APsystems locations around the globe offer installers a new power that increases solar harvest and ensures maximum output for residential and commercial solar arrays.