In this category you will find complete solar packages that will make it easier to find the necessary equipment for your project. We have put together packages with the most common solar systems. The equipment included in each package was carefully selected and all components used in the packages are from well known manufacturers. The packages i...
Grid-tie solar electric systems can be connected to the utility grid via a bidirectional meter. The meter will register the electricity consumed in your house as well as the nervy produced by your solar system. Packages in this section are composed of solar panels and inverters. The solar panels generate the electricity while the inverter converts the energy generated by the panels and makes it compatible with the grid. The number of solar panels determines the size of the system. For example, a solar system made of 12 solar panels of 250W each, is a system with a total capacity of 3000W (Watt) or 3kW (Kilowatt). This is also known as DC capacity or DC system size. Complete grid-tie solar kits in this section include solar panels and the inverter suitable to ensure best system performance. Each system has been evaluated by our engineers to confirm the compatibility of the equipment and ensure optimum production. Packages do not include mounting structures and accessories such as junction boxes. The reason we have not included these components is that each installation is different and we only included the items that will be required in all cases. For each system we will make sure that the end user is aware of the additional components that might be needed for their specific project. Some packages include central inverters, other packages are composed of solar panels and micro inverters. Systems with central inverters are more cost-effective when you consider the cost per Watt installed. Microinverter systems offer much more flexibility in terms of shading, orientation and location of the solar panels. In this section, only systems with microinverters include monitoring equipment. Systems with central inverters also can be remotely monitored; however, the monitoring equipment is sold separately as an accessory.
In cases where there is no access to conventional electricity, solar panels offer one of the best alternatives to supply small and medium size loads. In this section, we show a number of packages for small solar applications such as recreation, lighting, refrigeration and solar water pumping. Additional to solar panels, battery charging systems will require a charge controller. Depending on the type of loads, it is possible to use an inverter to convert the direct current (DC) from the batteries to alternative current (AC) compatible with conventional appliances such as televisions, radios, lights and electronic communications equipment. The type of battery varies depending on the application, therefore no batteries have been included in these kits. Some of the off-grid kits we offer include accessories such as mounting brackets , cables and connectors. We suggest that you check the components of each package and make sure it includes all the components you need for your system. If necessary, you can add to the package components such as timers, DC/AC inverters, lamps, connectors, meters, displays, etc. All solar panels used in these complete packages are 12V and 24V to avoid power losses in the system. All packages include the parts necessary for operation. Charge controllers and other components have been carefully selected, all system components are compatible and offer the best combination in terms of cost and performance. Solar pumping systems in this section are very simple and can be used for general low water requirements; they are sized for farming or agricultural applications with high water demand. We also show solar refrigeration systems that include the fridge/freezer and the solar panels needed to operate the unit.
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