Classification And Presentation Of Solar Power Generator Systems
Author: Source: Datetime: 2016-09-13 09:04:41
Small solar power generation system
Features of the system is the only system DC load and load power is relatively small, the entire system structure is simple, easy to operate. Its main use is in general household system, load a variety of civilian DC products and related entertainment devices. In remote areas of the northwest as a large area to promote the use of this type of portable solar power generator systems, load and other DC energy saving lamps, tape recorders and television sets, without electricity to solve family problems basic lighting.
Features of the system is the system load DC load, but the load time and use no special requirements, the load is mainly used in the daytime, so the system does not use the batteries do not need to use the controller. The system structure is simple, direct use of solar energy the solar battery modules to power the load, eliminating the loss of energy storage and release process in the solar battery caused, and the controller energy losses, improve the utilization efficiency of solar energy.
Its commonly used in photovoltaic pumping systems, set up a number of temporary backup power during the day and tourist facilities. Figure shows is a simple DC photovoltaic pumping systems. Such a solar power portable generator in the absence of pure drinking water in developing countries for the region has been widely used and produced good social benefits.
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