Solar Energy Equipments
The solar power system is composed of components that make up the solar power system. The installation of the system can use solar energy and convert it into electricity required by homes or businesses. Equipment we can also find several key components, such as solar panels, inverters and shelves.
Different types of solar energy systems include various devices that collect solar energy and convert it into usable energy (such as electricity and heat).
Solar panels are components that use and store the energy produced by the sun. Els (PV) is made of silicon semiconductors, which can obtain energy from the sun’s rays. When exposed to sunlight, photovoltaic solar panels generate energy in the form of direct current charges, in watts. From approximately 75 W to 350 W, the average output power is approximately 250 W. When solar panels are combined, they form a solar panel system or array. The energy potential of the system is calculated by multiplying the number of panels by their capacity.
The most common system in British households is the 5 kW system. which consists of 20 panels, each with an output power of 250 W. Based on these figures, the annual solar power generation is estimated to be approximately 6,500 watts. Enough to provide basic necessities for a medium-sized British family. Inverter Solar modules generate direct current (DC). which must be converted to alternating current (AC) to power the device.This is achieved by using an inverter to adjust the energy produced by the solar panels and adapt it to the amount required for energy use. The inverter is compatible with single-phase and three-phase applications in most households.
The solar inverter connects the solar system with the existing electricity meter. There are two main types of inverters used in solar power generation systems: central inverters and micro inverters.
Central inverters are cheaper than micro-inverters and are usually used in solar power generation systems to obtain solar energy more easily. You can convert the energy of all connected solar panels. The central inverter has the same size as the solar module and is installed indoors, usually on the wall.
When all connected solar modules have the same characteristics and work under the same conditions. (that is, produce the same energy), the inverter has the highest efficiency. When part of the solar panel system is temporarily protected from sunlight, micro-inverters are used. They are assigned to each individual solar module so that technicians can monitor and analyze the solar production of each module.
This usually results in higher prices for them. Components, and in higher-level information access, micro-inverters are very useful. when the central inverter is not compatible with the system, and their installation methods vary depending on the installation and location.