What is a power inverter?
Power inverter is an inportant piece of equipment in any PV system. The inverter takes DC power, either from your solar panels or batteries, and turns it into AC power for your household appliances.
There are two different types of inverters: Grid-tie and off-grid.
Grid-Tie inverters come in several options: string inverters, microinverters, and optimizers. Each varies with features and costs.
Grid inverter with large photovoltaic power station is commonly used in system, many parallel photovoltaic group of string is connected to a single centralized inverter dc input, the use of the general power three-phase IGBT power modules, the use of smaller power field effect transistor, at the same time using DSP conversion controller to improve the quality of the output power, making it very close to the sine wave current.
Off-grid inverters connect to a battery bank and change DC battery power into household AC power. Off-grid inverters work with 12v, 24v or 48v battery banks.
The AC output is typically 120Vac for smaller inverters, and 120/240Vac for larger units. We also sell export 230Vac 50hz inverters for systems.
Some off-grid inverters have an extra connection that enables them to function like a grid-tie inverter and sell power into the grid. This is useful if you start out off-the-grid but plan for power lines in the future, or if you live in an area where utility power is unreliable.
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