Tech Doctor


June 23, 2016

Xantrex has just released a new Tech Doctor™ article to expand its rich library of educational content. Xantrex is committed to continue using this program to educate end users, and help them to make informed decisions on product purchases and installations. 

The Tech Doctor program includes numerous articles and videos that aim to answer the most frequently asked questions, troubleshoot and provide technical insight. The ultimate goal is to help end users make the right decision for their application. In the latest article, the Tech Doctor tackles the topic of how to get the best out of an inverter and what type of power sources make the most sense. Click here to read the article.

“We are very proud of the Tech Doctor program,” says Richard Gaudet, Vice President, Xantrex brand at Schneider Electric. “A lot of thought and effort goes into developing the program and it is very rewarding to see it quickly become one of the most popular education driven programs in the industry. Everyone finds the content extremely useful and we are always receiving requests for more content.”

Xantrex plans to further enrich the Tech Doctor program by adding more industry relevant content and end user education. For more information or submitting a question to the Tech Doctor, please contact Mitul Chandrani at


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