How Solar Power System Works ?
Solar panels mounted on the rooftop convert solar power into usable DC electricity. This DC power is then securely transmitted over specialty solar cables to inverter(s) that then convert it to readily usable single-phase/3-phase AC power. The system will automatically synchronize with the grid or diesel generator voltage, frequency and phase. It can be used to provide power to loads like machinery, lighting, elevators or any other use.
Sanelite Solar offers its customers with a solar PV system that utilizes grid-tied architecture to seamlessly integrate generated solar power into the customer’s mini-grid thereby augmenting grid power up to the capacity installed. We utilize high quality solar modules, inverters, controllers and storage batteries in the building of solar photovoltaic systems and all our solar photovoltaic systems are designed in consideration of environmental requirement, load requirement, network access way, and other factors. Our team of experts work with the customer to provide a delightful experience for each area of the project from installation to liasoning. Here is a quick recap of the rooftop instllation process:
On-Grid Solar Rooftop System
A grid-connected photovoltaic power system, or grid-connected PV power system ON grid is an electricity generating solar PV power system that is connected to the utility grid. A grid-connected PV system consists of solar panels, one or several inverters, a power conditioning unit and grid connection equipment. They range from small residential and commercial rooftop systems to large utility-scale solar power stations . An inverter changes the DC input voltage from the PV to AC voltage for the grid. This inverter sits between the solar array and the grid, draws energy from each .
Off-Grid Solar Rooftop System
For many people, powering their homes or small businesses using a small renewable energy system that is not connected to the electricity grid called OFF grid system or a stand-alone system . In remote locations, stand-alone systems can be more cost-effective than extending a power line to the electricity grid. But these systems are also used by people who live near the grid.