A solar inverter is a critical component of a solar photovoltaic (PV) system. Its primary function is to convert the direct current (DC) electricity generated by solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is the standard form of electricity used in homes, businesses, and the electrical grid.
String Inverters: String inverters are commonly used in residential and small commercial solar installations where shading is minimal, and cost-effectiveness is a priority. The output of the entire string is affected if one panel is shaded. They work by connecting multiple solar panels together in series, forming “strings,” which simplifies the wiring process
Hybrid Inverters: These inverters are used in solar-plus-storage systems where energy storage batteries are integrated into the solar system. Hybrid inverters manage both the solar energy flow and the energy stored in the batteries.
Three-Phase Inverters: These inverters are used for large residential, commercial and industrial solar systems. They provide three-phase AC output suitable for large electrical systems such as elevators, central AC units or commercial/industrial loads.
On Grid Inverters: On Grid or Grid-tied inverters synchronize the solar system’s output with the utility grid, allowing excess electricity to be fed back into the grid. They do not provide power during a grid outage.
Off Grid Inverters: Off-grid inverters are used in stand-alone solar systems not connected to the utility grid. They supply power to a standalone electrical system, typically with batteries for energy storage.
Solar pumping system: Introducing the solar pumping system for irrigation, a sustainable and cost-effective solution that utilizes solar energy to power water pumps, providing efficient and reliable water supply for agricultural needs, even in remote areas with limited access to electricity.