A Solar Grid-tied inverter converts the DC output of PV modules into AC power suitable for transmission on the owner grid or uses it for your own consumption, often deploying reactive power to meet new grid codes. It must always optimize the power output via MPPT (maximum power point tracking) and additionally monitor both the system and grid connection. In practice, each solar inverter installed in solar power plants needs to connect an array or string of PV modules to the power grid. It's more efficient the inverter, the better the LCOE (Liveliest Cost of Electricity) generated by the system.
How does it work?
PV Grid Connected Inverters operate at a lower, safer voltage from the PV array while having the advantages of reliability, flexibility and improved energy yield. Using lower voltages on the PV side means there are lower voltages in your roof eliminating high voltage hazards and giving peace of mind to installers and service personnel.By using short multiple strings of panels, PV Grid Connected Inverters make sure that there are more paths for electricity to flow. which ensures minimal power loss due to varying environmental or panel conditions.
Installing the Grid Tie Solar Inverter Consists of mounting it to the wall and connecting the DC input to a PV array and the AC output to the utility.
|Type of Solar Cells||Mono / Poly Crystal Line|
|Wave Form||Sine Wave|
|Battery Type||Tubular / C10 Rating|
|Charging Hour||5 - 6 Hours|
|Operating Volts||230 Volt AC|
|Mounting Structure||MS Painted|
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