A solar system is an assembly that uses the sun to generate power. A solar system typically comprises solar panels, an inverter, a structure to hold the solar panels in place, a battery, and wiring to bring everything together. Solar systems are available in a variety of sizes, including 1 KW, 2 KW, 3 KW, and 5 KW. When it comes to solar panels, the solar panel is the most significant component of the solar system. The sun’s rays are converted into direct electric current via a solar panel. Solar panels account for over 40% of the entire cost of a solar system. In India, there are two types of solar panels available: polycrystalline and monocrystalline.
People are switching to green energy these days since solar energy is nearly free once installed. However, the cost of installation is fairly significant because installing solar panels for home requires specific equipment.
Required types of equipment
Inverter: The inverter, which converts the electricity generated by the solar panel into DC or DC into alternating current or AC, is the second most important component after the solar panel. Solar inverters typically account for roughly a quarter of the total cost of a solar system.
Battery: Batteries are used to store the electricity generated by solar panels because they stop working at night owing to a lack of sunshine, and electricity is required at that time. The abbreviation Ah refers to the battery’s storage capacity, with the standard 150Ah being the most popular. We can use 400 watts of electricity for roughly 3 to 4 hours and run LED lighting and fans virtually all night with a 150Ah battery.
Solar panel stand: It is critical to have the proper structure for solar panels because they are positioned on the roof and can fall and shatter due to severe winds. In addition, a high-quality solar structure or structure is needed to mount the solar panels in the proper direction and angle.
These are some important things that are very important to install solar panels for home.