Microtek Grid tied inverters, or GTI, are not a special type of DC to AC power inverter that is widely used in renewable energy systems. They are often used to power the grid that can be sold to an electrical company. For example, if within a month the Microtek Grid tied inverters system feeds 500 kilowatt hours on the utility grid, and of these 100 hours spent, they will receive compensation for an additional 400 hours. Policies regarding this 'complete rating' program vary depending on your location and the authorities in it.There are many different types of grids tied to the market today but Microtek Grid binding inverters form new and advanced technologies. Microtek Grid variants with high-frequency Inverter use a computer process that contains several different steps to convert power into high frequency AC, return to DC, and then AC again to the required output power.
ABOUT GRID-TIED SOLAR INVERTER
The grid-Tied solar system, also known as the On Grid Solar System, is the most widely distributed solar system in the world. These systems do not require batteries and are connected to a power grid.Ideal for customers with stable grid power and low power cuts. Apart from homes, even educational institutions, industrial units, commercial areas use these systems as their primary source of energy.The grid-Tied solar system is designed to start allowing solar energy to be used by the customer. Apart from this, if the customer needs any more power, it is removed from the grid. When the power demand of the customer is lower than the power generated by the solar system, solar units are sent to the grid. This can be done with a 'Net-meter' '.
Net-meter is a tool that records the power given to the grid and the power from which it is derived. At the end of each month, the energy used is recorded and the consumer is given a bill. This feature makes the solar system on the grid an extremely profitable investment
BENEFITS OF GRID-TIED SOLAR INVERTER
1. Significant reduction in electricity bills Since there are net meters, the consumer should only pay for the remaining electricity he uses, to ensure that the monthly debt is significantly reduced. Many of our customers are able to reduce their monthly bills by 90%.
2. Easy maintenance The removal of batteries from the grid system makes maintenance much easier. It also eliminates battery storage costs
3. Sync with other energy sources These systems can also sync with a diesel generator on site. This is important in the event of a power grid not being available. (You should add a link here to link to another blog or technical article to learn more about this)
4. Better ROI The cost of the On-grid solar system is lower than other types of solar systems because there are no batteries. It also produces a much higher energy value compared to other types of solar systems. Minor maintenance and reduction of monthly energy bills ensures that the customer receives a ROI of 25 - 30%. This means that the customer earns Rs.25,000 for every 1,00,000 investors in the sun.
With these advantages, the grid system is best suited for the customer with a stable grid capacity and low power cuts. Outside homes, even educational institutions, industrial, commercial units include an on-grid system as the system can adapt to diesel generators to provide uninterrupted power.
LCD+LED Display, interface Selection.
Wi-Fi/RS485 for more flexible configuration.
System Monitoring, Low Maintenance Cost.
Max 07.2% Efficiency.
Real Time Precise MPPT Algorithm for Best Performance.
Wide Input voltage Operating Range.
Plug & Play Easy Installation & Maintenance.
IP65 for Free Site Selection.
Intelligent Grid Management.
Reactive Power Capability & Self power Reducer when over Frequency.
Zero Export to grid kit (Optional).
Max. Input Power
Max PV Power for Single MPPT
No. Of Independent MPPT
No. of DC Input
1 For Each MPPT
Max. Input Voltage
Start-Up I/P / Rated I/P Voltage
MPPT Voltage Range
Full Load DC Voltage Range
Max. Input Current per MPPT
Max. I/P Short Ckt. Current
14A Each MPPT
Rated Power / Max. AC Power
Max O/P Current
Nominal Grid Voltage
Grid Voltage Range
184~276V (According to Local Standard)
Nominal Frequency (Hz)
Grid Frequency Range (Hz)
50Hz+5Hz (According to Local Standard)
Active Power Adjustable Range
THDi / Power Factor
<3% / 1 (Adjustable+0.8)
Power Limit Export
Zero Export or Adjustable Power Limit Export (Optional)
Max. Efficiency (DC/AC)
European Weighted Efficiency
Self Consumption at Night
Feed in Start Power
DC REVERCE POLARITY PROTECTION, DC SWITCH, ANTI ISLANDING, RCMU, GROUND FAULT MONITORING
IRC 62116, IEC 61727, IEC 61683, IEC 60068(188.8.131.52), IEC 62109-1/2, CE, CGC, AS4777, AS3100, VDE4107,C10-C11, G83/59 (More Certifications available as per requirement)