An off-grid solar system (off-the-grid, standalone) is the obvious alternative to one that is grid-tied. For homeowners who can’t always be access to the grid, off-grid solar systems are usually out of question.
Advantages of Off-Grid Solar Systems
- You become completely independent from external energy supplies.
- You can combine different energy sources such as PV, wind energy and hydropower.
- You can expand or change your system on a regular basis at any time.
Components of Off-Grid Solar Systems
25 years Warranty. Highest conversion efficiency of 17%. Anti-reflective and anti-soiling surface power loss from dirt and dust. Excellent mechanical load resistance. PID Resistant, High salt and ammonia resistance
2V, 6V, 12V AGM Battery. 2V, 6V, 12V Gel Battery.
Without a battery bank (or a generator) it’ll be lights out by sunset. A battery bank is essentially a group of batteries wired together
Off Grid Inverter
Input Voltage from 12V to 1000V, Input Ampere, 5A to 200AH, Output voltage, 110/220V/380v/400V, Single phase and Three phase
Residential Roof (Pitched Roof), Commercial Roof (Flat roof & workshop roof), Ground Solar Mounting system, Vertical wall solar mounting system, All aluminum structure solar mounting system, Car parking solar mounting system.
PV Cable 4mm2 6mm2
AC Cable. DC Switches
AC Breaker. AC/DC Combine box
Schematics Off-Grid Solar System