What is an On-Grid Solar – A Grid-Tied solar is a power inverter that converts direct current (DC) electricity into alternating current (AC) with an ability to synchronize to interface with a utility line.
Grid-tied or grid connected solar is a solar electricity system without batteries. Your home is hooked up to both the national grid and your Diaz Solar electricity system, so you will always have electricity available at the flick of a switch; even at night, or if it is cloudy. You can install a solar electricity system of any size and you will only ever be billed if your power consumption is in excess of the amount you are generating.
The electricity grid acts as a 100% efficient and maintenance free battery while also providing unlimited ‘on demand’ energy. This is what makes grid connected solar electricity so attractive. It has all the benefits of being attached to the electricity grid but with a portion of your electricity bill never increasing in price. We offer wide range of solar products for industrial & domestic purpose.
Photovoltaic (PV) is the field of technology and research related to the application of solar cells which convert the sunlight, including sun ultraviolet radiation directly into electricity. At the heart of a solar power system, are solar cells, which are interconnected to form solar modules (solar panels) and solar arrays.
The size and configuration of a system depend on its intended task. Solar modules and arrays can be used to charge batteries, operate motors, and to power any number of electrical loads. With the appropriate power conversion equipment, solar power systems can produce alternating current (AC) compatible with any conventional appliances, and can operate in parallel with, and interconnected to, the utility grid (see grid coupling).
Among the components of a complete solar power system may be a DC-AC power inverter, a battery bank, a system and battery controller, auxiliary energy sources, and sometimes the specified electrical load (appliances). In addition, an assortment of balance of system hardware, including wiring, over-current, surge protection and disconnect devices, and other power processing equipment.