Photovoltaic Solar Systems
Photovoltaic Panels are arrays of cells containing a solar photovoltaic material that converts solar radiation into direct current electricity.

  • Monocrystalline PV Panels
    High Efficiency Mono-crystalline Photovoltaic Solar Panels with ISO/CE Certification
    Typical Features:

    • Maximum Power: 10W 300W
    • Area of Panel: Approximately 0.7 sqm for 100W
    • Module efficiency: 13% - 17%
    • Rugged double-coated aluminum-alloy frame for longevity in adverse conditions.
    • 100% Weatherproof
    • Toughened Glass Cover
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  • Polycrystalline PV Panels
    High Efficiency Poly-crystalline Photovoltaic Solar Panels with ISO/CE Certification
    Typical Features:

    • Maximum Power: 10W 300W
    • Area of Panel: Approximately 0.8 sqm for 100W
    • Module efficiency: 10% - 13%
    • Rugged double-coated aluminum-alloy frame for longevity in adverse conditions.
    • 100% Weatherproof
    • Toughened Glass Cover
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  • Amorphous Silicon PV Panels
    Architectural Amorphous Silicon Photovoltaic Solar Panels with ISO/CE Certification
    Typical Features:

    • Maximum Power: 10W 300W
    • Area of Panel: Approximately 1.3 sqm for 100W
    • Module efficiency: 8% - 9%
    • Rugged double-coated aluminum-alloy frame for longevity in adverse conditions.
    • 100% Weatherproof
    • Toughened Glass Cover
    • Used as architectural building windows
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  • Deep-Cycle Batteries
    Deep-cycle lead-acid batteries are designed to be regularly discharged to most of their capacity; therefore, their major use is in renewable energy applications, where they represent energy storage systems for solar power or wind power.
    Typical Features:

    • Capacity: 100 AH, 150 AH, 200 AH
    • Output Voltage: 12V, 24V
    • Weight: 21Kg - 58Kg
    • Lifetime: 5 years
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  • Pure Sine Wave Inverter
    Pure Sine Wave Inverters replicate the utility grid power. Hence inverters will turn DC wave from the battery into AC wave that is the most common form of energy for the majority of electronic appliances.
    Typical Features:

    • Rated AC Power: 150W 3000W
    • Rated AC Output Voltage: 220V
    • Could be adjusted in accordance with the requirements of the region
    • Maximum Efficiency: 97%
    • Audible Noise: <50 dBA in one-meter distance
    • Weight: 20kg 50kg
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  • Electronic Controller
    The Electronic Charge Controller coordinates the working of solar panels, batteries and loads. It makes sure that the entire system is working efficiently and has a safe operation.
    Typical Features:

    • Rated Voltage: 12V, 24V
    • Loading Current: 5A 110A
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