Autonomous Photovoltaic System

Autonomous Photovoltaic System

Autonomous (independent) systems work without the the need of connecting to the electricity grid. The main task of the autonomous system is to accumulate the energy produced in the battery so that during the night and due to adverse weather conditions, energy supply is guaranteed. Besides the battery, a regulator must be added to the system for

Autonomous (independent) systems work without the the need of connecting to the electricity grid.

The main task of the autonomous system is to accumulate the energy produced in the battery so that during the night and due
to adverse weather conditions, energy supply is guaranteed.

Besides the battery, a regulator must be added to the system for the controlled charging and discharging of batteries, and adding an inverter (DC / AC) to the autonomous systems can satisfy all kinds of typical consumers who need an AC adapter. Such systems are suitable for providing the necessary quantity of electricity where there is no public distribution system and where the costs of grid connection is too high.

Areas of application:

-         Isolated facilities (cottages, coastal cottage settlements, fish farms, hunting lodges, etc.)

-         Telecommunication systems (transmitters, repeaters, base stations)

-         Street lighting, bus stops, parking lots, various signaling

-         Mobile Units, camping cottages, campers and boats

-         Systems for automatic acquisition and tracking data

Advantages:

-         Easy installation, photovoltaic modules are lightweight and portable, system scalability, longevity, no maintenance, complete energy independence

-         Autonomous System protects the environment and has no electricity bills

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