|Solar Panel:||260W Solar Panel||Load Power (W):||4500W|
|Inverter:||Off Grid Pure Sine Wave||Charging Time:||8-10 Housr To Charge The Battery Fully|
|Battery:||12V/12AH SMF Lead Acid Battery||Application:||Buliding|
residential solar electricity systems,
complete solar power system
Grid tied solar electric system 1kw Residential Solar Power Systems
Grid Tied Solar Electric System
Solar( Photovoltaic or PV ) panels turns photons from the sun into DC electricity
Micro-Inverters mounted on each PV panel will convert the DC voltage from the PV panel to voltage
suitable for your home.
The AC electricity you don’t use is sent back to the grid.
Sun goes into the panels DC Electricity comes out
A box of electronics called an Inverter takes the not-very-useful DC electricity and converts it into 240V AC
power that is compatible with our appliances
|1.1KW Grid Tied Solar System Specification|
|Solar panel power Pm||12*260WP|
|Optimized working voltage Vm||36.6V|
|Optimized working current Im||7.1A|
|Open circuit voltage Voc||45.1V|
|Short circuit current Isc||7.67A|
|GRID TIED INVERTER|
|Inverter Input (DC)|
|Max. DC power||3100W|
|Max. DC voltage||500V|
|Max. input current||8.8A|
|Number of MPP trackers/Strings per MPP tracker||1 1|
|MPPT voltage range (at rated power)||120～425V|
|Shutdown voltage/Start voltage||70/120V|
|Inverter Output (AC)||Inverter Output (AC)|
|AC nominal power||3000W|
|Max. AC power||1000W|
|Max. AC current||5.5A|
|Nominal AC voltage / range||230 / 180~270V|
|AC grid frequency / range||50 / 47~52Hz|
|Power factor (cosφ)||1|
|Total harmonic distortion (THDi)(at nominal power)||<3%|
|Inverter Efficiency||Inverter Efficiency|
|Inverter General data|
|Dimensions (W / H / D)||285*385*145mm|
|Operating temperature range||-20～+60 (derating at 45 °C)|
|Noise (typical)||<30 dB|
|LCD display||Backlight, 16*2 Character LCD|
|SOLAR PANEL MOUNTING(Pitch roof )|
|Connect of rail||4pcs|
|Grounding lug (Optional)||10pcs|
|Earthing clips (Optional)||10pcs|
|ELERTRIC BOX (Optional)||AC/DC Circuit Breakers,Lighting arrestors, Electric meter|
Consider the following:
1. Nearby shade trees. Contractors will also help evaluate shading, but also consider your own or your
neighbor's trees that are still growing and could shade your system in the future.
2. The age of your roof and how long until it will need to be replaced. If you expect to need a new roof
within the next few years, you may want to consider making that improvement before installing solar.
3. Neighborhood or homeowner association (HOA) restrictions or approval requirements. Some states now
have "solar rights provisions" limiting the ability of HOAs to restrict solar installations or limit solar access.
These provisions vary state to state, and by municipality; check into your own HOA covenants and state
Work with Your Installer and Utility
If you decide to install a solar energy system, your installer should be able to help you complete the
necessary permitting and steps.
Your installer will determine the appropriate size for your system. The size will be based on your electricity
needs (determined in step 4) as well as the following:
The site's solar resource or available sunlight
The system's orientation and tilt
The system's efficiency at converting sunlight to electricity
Other electricity sources, like a utility, a wind turbine, or a fossil fuel generator.
Your installer will also ensure that all equipment is installed correctly and oriented and tilted in such a way
to maximize the daily and seasonal solar energy received and produced by your system.
Be sure you understand how billing and net metering will work, as well as any additional utility fees you will
need to pay.
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