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How Does Solar Energy Work?


During the day, the solar panel generates photovoltaic current under the sunlight, charges the battery under the control of the controller, and provides power for the electrical equipment at the same time. If the sunlight resource is not good, the storage battery will release the stored electricity under the control of the controller to provide power for the electrical equipment. When the sunlight conditions meet the charging requirements, the controller controls the solar cell components to start a new round of charging.

The power stored in the battery will gradually accumulate when there is sunshine. When it is rainy (ten days in a row, this system is designed for 3 days) and the battery cannot be charged, the power stored in the battery can still be used by the system to continue working. Provide stable power supply. When encountering long-term continuous rainy days, the solar power generation capacity is insufficient, and the battery voltage continues to drop. When it reaches the set value, the system turns off the load output function to protect the battery. When the battery voltage rises to the set value, the system automatically resumes power supply.


What Is The System Advantages

1. Environmental protection, no pollution, no waste

2. Crystalline silicon solar photovoltaic panels have a long service life

3. One-time investment, long-term benefits, cost-effective actual use

4. Off-grid installation, no need to erect cables, on-site construction, saving engineering time and costs

5. Stable operation, high efficiency and energy saving, long MTBF (mean time between failures)

6. Use maintenance-free, unattended

7. Not affected by geographical environment, applicable to more than 95% ofdiffernt regions

8. Easy to install and use, can be constructed according to local conditions, easy to demolish and expand

9. DC low voltage, compared with 220V AC high voltage, the line loss is small,

10. It is not easy to cause lightning strikes, and there is no disadvantage in long-distance line transmission