INVERTERS & SOLAR PANELS

Electrical Power is inevitable and you need it for almost everything. Devices in your homes, your offices, industries and also the telecommunication mast are electrically powered. Can you imagine when power is cut off? Can you also imagine when your phone batteries are down, computers in your office are down, heavy duty machinery for production in your factory are not powered as a result of lack of electricity? Exasperation would be the right word to describe such scenario because your personal productivity, company's productivity would be at a zero level. Stay on top of your game by using Solar panels and Inverters which is the smart energy option.

You would need proficiency to get your Inverters and Solar Panels installed and Mozabo Engineering provides such expertise from start to finish.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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What is an inverter?

An inverter takes DC power (from a battery or solar panel, for example) and converts it into alternating current (AC) "household" power for running electronic equipment and appliances

Why are they called inverters?

Originally converters were large rotating electromechanical devices used to convert AC to DC. It is what you have to do if you don't have semiconductor or vacuum tube rectifiers. Essentially they combined a synchronous ac motor with a commutator so that the commutator reversed its connections to the ac line exactly twice per cycle. The results is ac-in dc-out (with a lot of switching noise thrown in). If you invert the connections to a converter you put dc in and get ac out. Hence an inverter is an inverted converter.

How is an inverter different than a UPS?

A UPS typically includes the inverter, battery and battery charger in one stand-alone unit. However, there are UPSs that use external batteries, and PowerStream has made inverters with battery chargers, so the differences blur as features proliferate. UPSs also can have communication with the equipment that it is powering, which lets the equipment know that it is operating on standby, giving it shutdown warning, or communicating with the human in the loop. Inverters typically don't have this communication.

What is the difference between sine wave and modified sine wave?

Alternating current (AC) has a continuously varying voltage that swings from positive to negative. This has great advantages in power transmission over long distances. Power from your power company is carefully regulated to be a perfect sine wave, because that is what naturally comes out of a generator, and also because sine waves radiate the least amount of radio power during long distance transmission. On the other hand, a sine wave is expensive to make in an inverter, and many sine wave techniques use heavy, inefficient transformers. The most inexpensive way to make AC is to switch the DC on and off - a square wave. A modified sine wave is scientifically designed to simulate a sine wave in the most important respects so that it will work for most appliances.

It consists of a flat plateau of positive voltage, dropping abruptly to zero for a while, then dropping again to a flat plateau of negative voltage, back to zero for a while, then returning to the positive voltage. This pause at zero volts puts more power into the 60HZ fundamental than a simple square wave does, so it is called "modified sine wave" instead of "square wave." Because the MOSFETs only have to turn completely on and completely off the dissipate he least amount of heat for the power generated, and so smaller semiconductors and heat sinks are needed than if you were trying to generate a real sine wave.

How should I select the right size inverter?

First add up the power ratings of all the appliances, then buy the next larger inverter! At least that is the simple answer. Note, however, that some appliances, such as table saws, refrigerators, and microwaves have a surge requirement, but since every appliance has its own requirements sometimes you will need to get a bigger inverter than you would otherwise think. Note that the inverter isn't the only consideration when you are pondering the mysteries of start-up surges. The battery must also be able to supply the surge power, and the cables must be able to supply the increased current without dropping the voltage too much Use our load calculator to add up the devices you use, and we would send you a quote with the size and specification.

Should I use a laser printer with an inverter?

Only if you must. Laser printers use up a surprising amount of power (due to the heated fusing rollers), and will discharge your battery faster than you expect, even on standby. If you do, make sure the inverter is rated for the power of the printer plus computer plus monitor. It doesn't do any good to have your computer brown out as soon as the the printer starts to print. Ink jet printers, on the other hand, use a surprisingly low amount of power.

What is a solar system?

A solar system consists of the solar panels which allows you harness power from the sun, an inverter, battery, distributor which will allow to run AC appliances/electronics, charge your battery, and connect solar power to your circuit breaker panel.

How does solar work with my inverter?

Solar takes the sun's energy and converts it into DC battery power to charge your batteries. It is a battery charger that works anytime the sun is out.

Can I run my TV, refrigerator, or water pump on solar?

This all depends on how many amps your load consumes per hour and how large your battery bank is. The more the batteries the longer the backup power lasts Many refrigerators can run on DC and AC power. The solar panels will provide power to the batteries, which will allow you to run the fridge on DC power. Solar will also charge the batteries so you can use your water pump. Many TVs run on 120-volt power, so you would require a small inverter to run appliances that require AC Power such as televisions, air conditioners, light bulbs, refrigerators, laptops..

Do I have to penetrate my roof to install a solar panel system?

In many applications, we mount the panels to the roof of your facility, without any issue when the proper sealant is used. Our solar panels are easily set up on the ground and are not meant to be a permanent option.

Will solar work during the rainy season in my state?

Our Solar installation will work anytime during the day all it needs is just little light, the energy stored in the battery bank can be used through the night

Why do I need a solar controller/regulator?

The solar controller prevents the solar panel from overcharging your batteries.

What is the difference between amps, watts and volts?

The difference between voltage and current (amps) can be understood if we look at them like water in a pipe (often referred to as the water flow analogy). Voltage is like the pressure of the water, while amps (the current) is the volume of water that flows past a fixed point in a fixed amount of time

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