Our offered Offgrid Solar Hybrid Inverter is specially made to change the direct current (DC) electricity from a photovoltaic array into alternating current (AC). Depending on the charging from solar panels, these inverters are equipped with panels and bigger external charge controllers for extensive usage in rural areas where electricity is not available at all. These offgrid solar hybrid inverters performs the conversion of the variable DC output of the Photovoltaic (PV) module(s) into a clean sinusoidal 50- or 60 Hz AC current which is applied directly to the commercial electrical grid.
The microcontroller installed in these inverters executes the very precise algorithms required to invert the DC voltage generated by the solar module into AC. This controller is programmed to perform the control loops necessary for all the power management functions necessary including DC/DC and DC/AC. Further, controller also maximizes the power output from the PV through complex algorithms called maximum power point tracking (MPPT).
The output power of these solar inverters is dependent on the operating conditions and varies from moment to moment due to temperature, shading, spoilage, cloud cover, and time of day, thus tracking and adjusting for this maximum power point is done regularly. The number of panels depends on various backup requirements and also the customers paying capacities. Ideally in the case of only solar systems, we have to give the same wattage of panel inputs, as to what the load is. In case of hybrid systems we can reduce the panels to half or 1/4th of the total power required (as the charging is also done through main electricity line