If you believe in all things green or have decided to go off the grid due to convenience, care and cost – whichever way you view the situation you are going to need a little knowledge on how solar batteries will work for you and your solar system.
There are many Questions Asked Regarding Home Solar Systems.
For those looking for an alternative way of powering their homes in South Africa, the answer is easy – home solar systems!
Thing is, how exactly does a home solar system work?
- A PV – otherwise known as a Photovoltaic Solar System, consists of solar panels, racks for placing the panels onto your roof, an inverter and wiring.
Connecting Your Expensive appliances To Your UPS Systems.
If you are considering selecting surge protection for your expensive appliances, you need to ensure that you don’t make any vital errors when connecting your expensive appliances to your UPS Systems.
The wrong selection of UPS Systems could impact negatively on the daily running of your personal life and also of your business, and in this economic climate it is important to ensure that every single cent is accounted for.… Read the rest
Always Ensure You Install Power Inverters Correctly
All AC equipment that can be found in retail stores has been specially designed to run off a pure sinewave wave form – this includes equipment such as motors, computers as well as certain lights, not to mention the numerous other sensitive electrical paraphernalia.
The standard AC mains that we get from Eskom is of an untainted sinewave nature – this means that these waves experience very little distortion to any outside interference which includes lightning and massive AC loads.… Read the rest
Many people in South Africa are making use of home solar panels to generate power.
For example, in Alexandra Township in Johannesburg, as is the case with many low-cost housing developments these houses are being fitted with solar panels for hot water geysers.
These might seem to be expensive to install at first, but they can and will save you a lot of expense in the long-term.… Read the rest