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What is the solar system?
Solar systems is also called solar energy system or solar power
system, it’s a stand-alone system, entirely powered by solar energy.
Solar systems mainly consist of solar panel, solar charge controller,
solar battery and solar inverter.
How does it work?
Solar panels (Solar PV modules) convert solar energy (sunlight)
directly to electricity. The electricity is stored in solar batteries
and used to power home appliances in rural and remote location.
The components of the complete solar system
Solar Panel These come in different shapes and sizes but they all do the same thing-turn sunlight into DC electricity
Solar Charge Controller-This
is only needed if you have batteries. A charge controller regulates the
voltage and current coming from the solar panels going to the battery.
They also stop your batteries from getting overcharged and a reverse
flow from your batteries to your solar panels during the night.
Solar Charge Battery-Special battery is required to store the electricity at daytime and supply electricity power to household appliances.
turns DC electricity from your solar panels into AC electricity. Dc
stands for Direct Current electricity. Grid (WAPDA) power and your house
appliance run on AC electricity. So once the solar panels have made DC
electricity this needs to be turned in AC with an inverter. There are
many types of inverters. However, if you have a grid-tied system, you
will need to have a true-sine wave inverter
Types of solar-electric systems
1.Off-Grid Solar-Electric Systems
Although they are most common in remote locations without utility grid
(WAPDA) service, off-grid solar-electric systems can work anywhere.
These systems operate independently from the grid (WAPDA) to provide all
of a household’s electricity. That means no electric bills and no
blackouts—at least none caused by grid (WAPDA) failures. People choose
to live off-grid for a variety of reasons, including the prohibitive
cost of bringing utility lines to remote homesites, the appeal of an
independent lifestyle, or the general reliability a solar-electric
system provides. Those who choose to live off-grid often need to make
adjustments to when and how they use electricity, so they can live
within the limitations of the system’s design. This doesn’t necessarily
imply doing without, but rather is a shift to a more conscientious use
2.On-Grid Solar-Electric Systems
Grid-tied Solar Electric Systems, also known as on-grid (WAPDA), grid
(WAPDA)-connected, or grid (WAPDA)-intertied photovoltaic systems,
generate electricity for your home or business.