Solar Inverter is a device capable to convert DC into AC electricity. Inverters are typical components of solar electric systems since solar panels generate DC electricity and most devices used in homes or offices which operate on AC voltage. A hybrid solar inverter can be setup to intelligently maximize the utilization of renewable sources of energy for battery recharging and minimizing the burden on grid source to reduce electricity bills.
Inverter technologies have better-quality, such that in addition to converting DC to AC, they provide a number of other capabilities and services to ensure that the inverter can operate at an optimal performance level, such as data monitoring, advanced utility controls, applications and system design engineering. We also provide post-installation services that are integral to maintaining energy production and a high level of performance for the project, including preventative maintenance, and a quick mean time to repair (MTTR).
Grid-tied solar inverters will automatically shut off when the utility power goes out. This provides an important safety mechanism that prevents power from feeding back to the lines. There are three different types of Inverter, such as String Inverters, Central Inverters, and Micro Inverters. Solar panels are installed in rows, each on a “string.” Depending on the size of the installation, you may have several string inverters each receiving DC power from a few strings. Central inverters are similar to string inverters but they are much larger and can support more strings of panels. Instead of strings running directly to the inverter, as with string models, the strings are connected together in a common combiner box that runs the DC power to the central inverter where it is converted to AC power. Micro inverters are also becoming a popular choice for residential and commercial installations. Like power optimizers, micro inverters are module-level electronics so one is installed on each panel.