im using simple method to know the loss due to the Inverter Clipping from Daily Scada.
input where :
a. Irradiance per 15 min
b. Energy Exported per 15 min
from there we can deduce based on DC/AC ratio what is the max irradiance we can get daily for example for 1.4 ratio we can used max 720 W/m2.
Simulated Power based on Irradiance (in this term lets put 1000 W/M2) , we can get 42.042 KW or 42MW
so if we put Irradiance Limit 720 , and compare what losses we can have daily losses due to this inverter clipping.
Whether this calculation approach is suitable to look into as for to calculate how much loss we got due to the inverter clipping ?
thats why im concern since from PVsyst loss diagram, i can only found 0.3% loss from "Inverter loss over nominal INV Power".
i see in other topic which have this kind of case , you quote as below :
This makes me more certain since "Annual Production probability is almost meet with the PVsyst simulation.
Maybe .. just maybe this "Inverter loss over nominal INV Power" is not as much predicted in PVsyst.