When choosing our products, how much do we really know about off-grid power inverters? This article tells you what you need to know before investing in an off-grid power inverter.
What are solar power inverters?
A solar power inverter is a device that helps to change the direct current (DC) output of a solar panel into alternating current (AC), which can be used by an electrical appliance or system. Solar power inverters were originally designed to allow homeowners with grid systems to use their solar panels as an additional source of power. However, they are also commonly used in off-grid power systems, where they allow an individual or small group to generate their electricity using solar energy.
An off-grid power system operates without access to the electric grid. This can be done for a variety of reasons, including geographical isolation, lack of reliable utility service, or economic hardship. Solar panels are connected to an inverter and batteries in a typical off-grid system. The inverter converts DC output from the panels into AC and sends it directly to the batteries, bypassing the grid entirely. This allows the user to use any available outlet to power devices and appliances without worrying about connecting to a utility line.
There are several important factors to consider when selecting an off-grid power inverter. These include input voltage range, output voltage range, battery type compatibility, and port size availability.
Why choose SAKO Off Grid Power Inverter?
SAKO Off Grid Power Inverter with 120A MPPT and 12VDC and Dual AC Output, User Programmable RGB Lighting, and BMS. Supports battery-free operation, up to 9 parallel operations are optional.