The solar inverter which is designed to give power using solar panel. It is a starting model in Microtek solar inverters with 30 amps chargers which supports panel connectivity of 600 Wp.
A solar charge controller manages the power going into the battery bank from the solar array. It ensures that the deep cycle batteries are not overcharged during the day and that the power doesn’t run back to the solar panels overnight and drain the batteries.
Solar 20 Ah Tubular battery is a C10 rating deep cycle battery designed for connecting with solar charge controllers, inverters for giving power backup at night. It is designed to be charged from Solar panels in the day from sunlight.
Systems are simple, inexpensive and low risk. Furthermore, our products are incredibly lightweight, low noise and aesthetically appealing and have international quality standards. Also, by partnering with our network of leading manufacturers and installers, Solar Idea continues to offer unsurpassed service, high-quality products.
Great for the environment and your bottom line, solar’s the perfect choice for your energy needs. But to ensure you get the most from your investment, it’s important you choose the right system for your budget, lifestyle, and location.
Reliable and cost-effective, a 3kW solar system is perfect for the average Aussie family. More popular than a 2kW system, they’re commonly installed and great for average sized households with an average electricity bill. Here’s everything you need to know.
A 1kW solar system has 6 panels – perfect for smaller houses. Each panel measures around 1.6m x 1m, so you’ll need at least 10m2 of roof space. On average, a 1kW solar system generates 6.60 units per day. For the average household, this is enough for a third of your energy use. But if your home is highly energy efficient, a 1kW system can offset all your energy usage.
Not as popular as larger systems, a 2kW solar system is still a great option for a smaller household. This is particularly true if your home’s empty between 9 am and 4 pm weekdays, and you don’t have access to a particularly generous feed-in tariff. And with solar rebates currently available, now’s the time to buy. Here are the details you need to know.