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    Functionality and usage of a solar inverter.


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    Functionality and usage of a solar inverter. Empty Functionality and usage of a solar inverter.

    Post  BlakeEdwards on Fri Jul 15, 2011 9:28 am

    An inverter is an unavoidable part of a solar energy system. The energy produced by the solar power system from the sun’s rays is stored as electrical energy in these inverters and is used later. If you require more information regarding how a solar inverter works, you can consult a genuine Solar inverters australia company. Nowadays, a large number of people are purchasing solar panels and building their own home-based solar power systems.

    When sun rays fall on the photovoltaic cell in solar panels, they are converted into direct current (DC). The DC then goes through solar power inverter and is converted into alternating current (AC). If the house is still on the grid, the electricity reaches the house with electricity from the commercial grid. If the house is not attached to any commercial power source, the DC power is stored into storage batteries until needed. When the DC leaves the battery, it passes through solar power inverter and is changed to AC and then flows to the house in usable form.

    There are two types of solar power inverters available in the market, the Modified Sine Wave (MSW) and True Sine Wave (TSW). The TSW solar power inverter is more popular as compared to MSW. It is preferred to more home based solar energy systems. These solar power inverters are available in 12, 24 and 48 volt units.

    When planning to buy a solar inverter, it is advised to purchase an inverter that has more volts than the storage battery in your power system. Solar power inverters are not a cheap device and therefore should only be purchased from a trusted Solar inverters australia company.

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