The inverter system is used to convert DC input to AC output. Inverters are widely used in industry, telecom and renewable applications.
- Modified sinus wave output (100 watts to 3000 watts)
- Pure sinus output (600 watts to 100 kWatt)
- Modular rack telecom type, pure sinus inverter (max.30 kW)
- Introduction with renewable energy source
The charge regulator functions to monitor simple type battery voltage and to stop charging when the circuit voltage reaches a certain level. Old charge controllers were built using a mechanical relay to switch the circuit on and off. Today, charge controllers use pulse width modulation (PWM). The battery is fully charged, and the power is gradually reduced when the power is transferred. The PWM reduces the stress of the battery and extends the battery life even further. The battery may be fully charged or may change indefinitely. PWM charging is more complicated, but since there are no frangible mechanical connections Use the MPPT or MPPT. The MPPT converts the overvoltage to an amp. There are several important advantages to this feature.
The majority of solar energy systems are not 12-volt batteries, unlike automobiles, but they work regardless of voltage. The panel provides more voltage than the battery. When converted to an overvoltage amp, the time required to fully charge the battery is reduced and the charge voltage is optimized It remains. A solar energy system using such a charge controller will perform more efficiently.
Power loss also reduces the efficiency of the MPPT charge controllers. . In a home system, power travels from device to device along all electrical wires and power is lost. The high-voltage electric current is less likely to be lost. The power used by a PWM charge regulator is used with a 12v battery is often around 18v. The MPPT controller uses the highest voltage available at the charge reflex. MPPT controllers therefore lose less power.
Compared to PWM controllers, MPPT charge controllers are a little more expensive, but MPPT performance has improved significantly. For that reason, it is highly recommended. Lastly, some modern charge controllers prevent reverse current. The solar panels stop generating electricity when there is no sun, and this time the battery starts to send electricity. The power loss will absolutely disappoint. If the solar panel stops sending electricity, A 12-volt solar charger is a surprisingly simple and handy alternate for individuals who want to reduce costs and emissions and remove energy dependency from abroad.
PV Systems and Net Measurement
Net measurement allows homeowners to get the full value of the electricity generated by the solar power system. Net metering refers to the electricity generation of a photovoltaic (PV) system. House owners can adjust the cost of the energy produced by the PV system as desired. The PV system, which generates household electricity, (For example, household appliances, lights). If the PV system has produced more electricity for household needs, the extra kilowatts feed the network.