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Solar Panel Components
Photovoltaic solar panels are the main
building block in a solar power system. Since each solar module produces a limited amount of power, installations
usually consist of multiple panels, called an array. The array produces DC (direct current), which can be stored in
batteries or instantly converted into AC (alternating current) required by conventional appliances.
Each of the solar panel types is estimated to last at least twenty-five years. Instead of stopping production
completely, electricity production will decline a little, gradually, over decades. The longevity of a solar panel
refers to the number of years before the unit starts producing only 80 percent of its original power rating. The
industry standard for warranties is 20 to 25 years, although it is not uncommon for panels to produce adequate
power for over 30 years.
Off Grid versus Grid tied
Solar panels are used extensively in
rural areas, where access to the grid is non-existent or inaccessible. These installations are called off
grid (or independent, stand-alone) solar power systems, and require the use of batteries to store the energy
for use at night or on long stretches of heavy overcast weather. The energy stored in the batteries leaves the
batteries as DC electricity which can power DC appliances (as in RV’s) or be converted to alternating current (AC)
for use with conventional appliances. Much like running your own mini utility company, this method gives you
full independence from the national grid.
You can eliminate the cost of batteries by going with a system that connects right into your home’s main
junction box and use the grid as your power source at night or on long stretches of inclement weather. These
installations are known as grid-tied or grid-interconnected systems. This version of solar system enables
you to sell any excess power you produce back to the utility companies who have chosen to support “net
metering”. Once you are signed up on a net metering program, your utility company will have a smart meter
installed known as a "Time of Use Meter", which will actually run backwards when you are producing excess power. It
is wise to keep in mind that Grid tied systems without a battery backup, are only functional when the grid is
Since solar panels produce DC, or direct current, they must be coupled with a solar inverter to convert
the energy from DC to AC, or alternating current. In a grid tied system this can be done by a large central
inverter, or each solar panel can be outfitted with its own micro inverter. Once the power is converted to
alternating current and its phase is synchronized with that of the grid, it is then tied in to your main junction
box, which is ultimately interconnected to the national grid. All is explained in detail in the information
you will recieve.
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