A photovoltaic system typically includes a panel or an array of solar modules, a solar inverter, a Kwh Meter and optionally monitoring system interconnection wiring.
A Solar Panel is a packaged connected assembly of solar cells designed to absorb the sun’s rays as a source of energy for generating electricity.
The inverter converts the electricity from the solar panels (DC, or Direct Current) into power that can be used by the plugs inside the house for TV, computer, and other wired products (AC, or Alternating Current).
kWh Meter / Distributor
The kWh meter, or distributor, is the device that distributes the AC power created by the inverter to the home opplionies, and sometimes to both the house in which the solar power system has been installed and the grid. The output from the inverter is fed to a dedicated breaker in your house’s electric panel, and then through to your home. If you are creating more power then you are using, then some of the power flows backwards into the grid. If your system is not supplying enough energy for your home.
A monitoring system enables you to easily monitor the performance of your PV System. A portal allows for enhanced maintenance and yield assurance through monitoring, fault detection and automatic alerts localized on a virtual site map for accurate troubleshooting.