Single Phase 220v Solar Pump Inverter
Build in booster
0.75kw 1.1kw 1.5kw
Three Phase 380v Solar Pump Inverter
Build in booster
0.75kw 1.1kw 1.5kw 2.2kw
Reduced Initial Costs:
Fewer Solar Panels Needed
Flexibility in Solar Panel Configuration:
Solar systems can be vulnerable to mismatched voltage output from panels due to shading or degradation. A built-in booster can compensate for these discrepancies, ensuring the inverter receives the necessary input voltage.
The booster ensures that the inverter always operates within its optimal voltage range, maximizing efficiency and the lifespan of both the inverter and the pump.
Space Saving and Simple Installation:
Integrating a booster into the inverter reduces the need for external components, leading to a more compact and streamlined installation.
Optimal Pump Operation:
The inverter ensures to reach the pump run voltage ,leading to stable water flow rates and reduced wear on the pump.
In summary, a Solar Pump Inverter with a built-in booster provides a streamlined, efficient, and cost-effective solution for those looking to harness solar energy for water pumping applications. This integrated approach offers benefits in both the short and long term, making it an attractive choice for many users.
Solar Radiation: Ensure the installation site receives adequate sunlight throughout the day. Consider the orientation and tilt angle of solar panels for optimal energy capture.
Shading: Avoid areas where shadows from nearby structures or trees might fall on the solar panels, especially during peak sunlight hours.
Voltage and Compatibility:
Ensure the solar panels’ output voltage matches the input voltage requirements of the inverter with the built-in booster.
Ensure the inverter is compatible with the water pump’s power and voltage requirements.
Use appropriate safety equipment during installation, such as gloves, safety glasses, and protective footwear.
Ensure the inverter and associated electrical components are grounded to prevent electrical shocks.
Install safety disconnect switches to allow for safe maintenance and emergency shutdowns.
Use UV-resistant and weatherproof cables.
Ensure cables are appropriately sized to handle the current without overheating.
Keep cable runs as short as possible to minimize energy losses.
System Monitoring and Controls:
Consider inverters with built-in monitoring features to track performance and detect issues.
Ensure easy access to controls for manual operation, if necessary.
Install the inverter in a location protected from direct rain and flooding.
Ensure adequate ventilation around the inverter to prevent overheating.
Consider the local climate; some inverters are designed for specific temperature ranges.
Install the inverter in a location where it can be easily accessed for maintenance and inspection.
Always refer to the inverter’s installation manual for specific guidelines and recommendations.