Solar panels produce DC (direct current) electricity. DC electricity is created by electrons moving in one direction from negative to positive. It's mainly used in basic applications involving the use of a battery such as a flashlight and is good for use over short distances.
Most household appliances and electronic devices run off AC (alternating current) electricity. AC electricity is created by electrons moving back and forth between negative and positive terminals, producing a sine wave. The advantage of AC electricity is that the voltage can be adjusted, making it easier to move over longer distances, which is why it's used in households.
Since solar panels only produce DC electricity, an inverter is used to convert the DC into usable AC electricity.The inverter is the "heart" of any solar system and assumes the task of efficiently converting the direct current generated by the solar cells to alternating current. Only then is it possible to feed electricity into the public utility grid safely. The inverter’s role is to be the interface between two energy sources: the DC network on one side and the AC utility grid on the other. In addition to the conversion and feed-in function, the inverter is also responsible for system control and performance optimization. We offer best quality sine wave inverters. Our technology is DSP (digital signal processor) based and IGBT based which is latest high profiled technology of Japan which ensures the all the status of INVERTER in LCD display. We have introduced wide range of solar inverters. Its starts from 600va to 50 kva (domestic range to commercial range). As here is two types and two models in solar inverter respectively 1. Hybrid system 2. Off-grid system and led indication display and LCD display.
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