How The 5KW Off-Grid Solar System Solve the House Owner Need?
The solution to the homeowner's energy needs was the installation of a 5kW off-grid solar system, designed by InkPV. The system consists of 9 solar panels, a 5kW inverter, and a battery bank to store excess energy.
Solar Pnels Site
The placement of the solar panels was critical to ensure maximum exposure to sunlight throughout the day. The panels were installed on the south-facing roof of the house, which is the ideal orientation for solar panels in the northern hemisphere. The angle of the panels was also optimized to capture the maximum amount of sunlight, which increases the energy output of the system.
Inverter And Battery Site
The 5kW inverter was installed in the house's utility room, where it is easily accessible and out of the way. The inverter converts the direct current (DC) energy generated by the solar panels into alternating current (AC) energy, which is used to power the home's electrical appliances and devices.
The battery bank was installed in a separate, well-ventilated room outside the house. The battery bank stores excess energy generated during the day for use at night or during cloudy days when there is less sunlight available. The battery bank is large enough to power the entire home for several days without any sunlight, providing a reliable backup power source for the homeowners.
The off-grid solar system was designed to provide enough energy to power the entire house, including lights, appliances, and electronic devices. The system's capacity was based on the homeowner's energy needs and the available sunlight in their location. InkPV took into account the number of people living in the house, their typical energy usage patterns, and the energy efficiency of their appliances when designing the system.