Stand Alone solar systems differ from grid connected systems in that the system is not connected to the grid. The solar modules are connected to a charge controller which charges a battery bank.
The battery bank is then fed into an off grid inverter which converts the energy stored in the batteries into 240V AC. This is then used to power devices within the home, shed or other loads.
Hybrid Power Systems (HPS) have a wide range of off-grid systems available. Each system is designed to suit the client’s individual needs.
HPS uses both DC and AC coupled systems depending on the client’s criteria. Our electrical engineers are able to design a simple “plug and play” system to complex involving the latest methods and techniques such as controlled load switching off grid systems.
Inverter chargers have two modes of operation. Inverter chargers can convert DC power from batteries and charge controllers/MPPT regulators to produce AC voltage for common AC loads.
Inverter chargers are also able to convert AC power into DC voltage to charge the systems batteries when the battery voltage drops below a preset level. As such inverter chargers can used for DC coupled systems, AC coupled systems or a mixture of both.
HPS uses a wide range of inverter chargers to meet the customer’s requirements whether it be cost, system performance, longevity or a mixture. Some of the inverter chargers used by HPS can be seen below.
Ask HPS about the extra features this inverter charger is capable of.