Although solar generators are not rocket science, building a solar powered system requires both experience in the electrical field as well as knowledge of the solar industry.
The basic principle of solar generators involves between 4 and 5 components:
• Solar Panel
• Solar Charge Controller (optional)
• Power Inverter
• Container or Housing
The solar panel(s) is used to produce electricity from the sun. The electricity from the solar panel(s) is then reduced into manageable current used to charge the battery (or batteries). Lastly, the electricity from the battery is converted into either 110 or 220 volts, depending on the requirement.
Wow! I am completely blown away with the technology and simplicity behind these solar generators. I’m curious as to why these aren’t commercially available, like at Home Depot or Lowes or Walmart since after all, you can find the components to build one of these very, very easily.
Love the customer viewpoint (you should do more of these), love the list of integrations these generators can handle and how flexible the system seems to be.
As hot as it’s been lately, it’s only natural to think about harnessing the radiating energy of the sun for power, and thanks to solar generators like the ones on this web site, we can do that.
Remarkable! I have got a much clearer idea how these solar generators work thanks to this article. Many thanks!