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1. On-grid Solar Power System

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PV grid-connected PV systems to put into power,Without Battery Energy Storage,Directly through the grid-connected inverter,Put into power grid.Photovoltaic power generation is the development of photovoltaic power, and represent the most attractive use of energy in the 21st century technology

Item: SOP-2K,SOP-3K,SOP-5K,SOP-10K.Customized configuration is welcomed



2. Off-grid Solar Power System


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Independent Solar Power System

      Stand-alone systems are independent from the utility grid,avoiding the possibility of losing power when the grid goes down.Electricity from stand-alone systems are used on site,such as an RV or cabin.Power that is generated can be stored in batteries and used at night or on sunless days. A generator may also be used for back-up.For PV applications,the size of a stand-alone system is usually up to 50kW.
     Off-grid solar system consist of solar panel, solar controller, Inverter and batteries. To design a solar  power system, the following conditions are needed to consider:

Item: SFP- (2KW to 10KW or Above MW Solar Plants).Customized configuration is welcomed


Stand-alone Small Solar Power System ( Portable Solar Power System )

SFS series with Output Volatage: 3.3V-220V are specially suitable to uses in remote areas where the utility grid is not available or where the connection fees of the grid are higher than the cost of an alternative energy system. The generated DC power needs to be stored in battery and converted to AC power for supplying to AC loads. Portable Solar Power System suits to use for remote village electrification or rural electrification to provide continuous reliable power at remote locations


3. Solar Mounting Kit

We have three types solar panel mounting:

Pitch Roof mounting look neat, but are hard to reach to adjust the angle. Will you want to walk across your roof several times a year to adjust the angle? Does it snow often? Will you have to walk across a slippery roof to sweep snow off the panels? Is the slope of the roof you want to use good for optimum solar panel efficiency or will you need tilt legs to face your panels more perpendicular to the sun?

Pole Mounting are designed to hold 1 to 4 modules and are mounted to the pole with either hose clamps or U-bolts (not provided). The racks accommodate different sized poles and are adjustable for optimal sun angle from 15 to 65 degrees in 10-degree increments. Pole size is determined by the number of modules to be mounted.

Ground Mounting are probably the easiest way to mount solar panels. This mount resembles an A-frame. It safest to attach this structure to a cement slab so that it may be secured in place. Ground mounts are designed to handle from 1 to 8 solar modules. Ground mounts can be used to attach solar panels to the ground, to a roof and or to a vertical surface. Some ground mounts have tiltable, or adjustable legs; others are fixed. Optional adjustable tilt legs are available for several of the styles of panels Wholesale Solar sells.


4. Solar Tracking System

Pole Single Axis Solar Tracker
Horizontal Single Axis Solar Tracker
Phalanx Single Axis Solar Tracker
Dual Axis Solar Tracker
New Type Dual Axis Solar Tracker

5. PV Monitoring System

Everything under control
Even for small solar power systems, comprehensive control is important to ensure you are achieving the returns you expect. The decision to have a solar power system means you are choosing not only an environmentally friendly technology, but also a long-term source of revenue. This means it is essential that the system is running smoothly at all times. If output reductions in your system go unnoticed for a long period, for example, due to shadowing of the solar modules or disturbances in the power distribution grid, this may result in serious losses in yield. Continuous system monitoring therefore not only means seeing your self-produced solar power, but also being able to react quickly should anything go wrong.