Hybrid inverter features
Our sinewave hybrid inverters use solar energy for recharging of batteries when sunlight is available and auto shifts to grid charging when solar energy is not sufficient. The power control circuits used in our inverters are pure sinewave generators that can be configured to fit in existing production lines of most inverter manufacturers.
- Pure sine-wave inverters and UPS systems
- Hybrid operation modes that allow automatic shifting between Grid and Solar
- Half-cycle correction
- 1KVA to 10KVA capacity systems available
- Microprocessor controlled systems
- In-built circuit protection against power supply faults
- LCD display
- Industrial grade electronic components for long life
- Auto charge on solar power when available saving electricity bill
- Grid-connected and off-grid mode of operation
- Auto-switch to AC mains when sun is not available
- Anti-islanding protection for safe operation
- Wireless communication port to transmit UPS data for remote monitoring
- Remote monitoring of battery health, charge status, operation log
- Remote management of charging priority from Solar, AC Mains or hybrid.
- Remote load monitoring, battery health, charge status etc.
How does a solar inverter work?
A solar inverter is a device that is able to direct the flow of electricity between solar panels, solar charger, grid source, batteries and consumption side. 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. The flow control and switching of source and consumption points is done using MPPT(Maximum Power Point Tracking) technology in the solar chargers to ensure maximum conversion of energy from solar panels even during rainy days or when panels are not fully exposed. The MPPT technology also ensures that during the time when solar energy is available in limited capacity, the batteries still continue to absorb the energy.
Our power control circuits also intelligently switch between faster charging when batteries are low and switch to slower charging when batteries are at a significant level to increase battery life.
A typical renewable energy solar system setup includes the following components
- Solar panels - Solar panels are used for absorption of sun's energy
- Charger - An MPPT based charger that accumulates the received energy from the solar panel array and directs them to the inverter. The charger gadget also tracks the performance of the panels that are attached and reports to the inverter if there is inconsistency in the performance of the panels.
- Battery bank for storage of energy - These are used to store the energy for later or synchronous use.
- high frequency sinewave inverter - The inverter itself has two components: the inverter power circuit to manage the electricity and the inverter power control circuit which is again an MPPT enabled system that controls the direction and flow of electricity and also protects the components from anomalies in the electricity supply and protects the equipment and appliances by implementing anti-islanding protection.
Our hybrid sinewave solar power control circuits are being used by leading inverter and UPS manufacturers around the globe.
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