Thinking about installing a solar energy system for your home, but you don't know where to start? If you are planning on installing a solar energy system yourself or hiring someone to install the system, then you need to know what your most important choices are. Looking at all of the different equipment and options can be intimidating at first-even for an experienced Installer. We will allow you to master some of the choices you will face as you are installing solar panels so that you can live long and prosper with your solar energy system.
Our hybrid systems work on both solar and grid electricity. During daytime, the loads are operated by solar energy. During nighttime, they are operated using the energy stored in solar batteries or on grid electricity. Batteries are charged by solar energy or grid energy or both. Our systems are modular and easily expandable. They also provide full UPS functionality. System Configuration, annual solar production, connected load, battery backup duration, and component details for our standard hybrid systems are shown on this page. Systems can be customized for higher levels of solar production and longer battery backup.
In a grid tie system, electricity is first generated by one or several solar modules (also known as photovoltaic or PV solar panels). A shutoff switch known as a disconnect separates the panels from the rest of the system so that you'll be safe if you ever need to do any repairs. Next in line is the solar inverter, which will turn the direct current (DC) from the panels into alternating current (AC) for the household. From the inverter, power moves to your home breaker box and is distributed to the rest of the household. A power meter (probably different from the one you have now - capable of measuring power going into the grid or being pulled from the grid) at the end of the line will measure the amount of electricity that is either needed from, or being sold back to, the utility company.
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