Power up your home with a hybrid solar panel

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    The high inflation rate is why people consider solar energy for their home or business setup. Solar setup requires a one-time investment to get free clean solar energy. Further, the educating campaign about threats of global warming is also a driving force to bring rooftop solar systems to minimize carbon footprint. Among all the renewable energy panels, solar systems are the most convenient ones that fit existing building structures, i.e. on the rooftop. You can opt for either an on-grid or off-grid solar system. The off-grid solar system includes a hybrid solar panel built to get power back up anytime, especially when solar energy isn’t available.

    Solar Panel Functionality:

    Solar Panels are the essential component of the solar system as they catch the sunlight to convert it to useable energy. Solar panels produce a direct current supply that we can use for home appliances after converting it to alternating current electricity. The solar panels are mainly of two types, i.e. monocrystalline and polycrystalline. The difference between the two types of panels is the efficiency in different temperature zones.

    Monocrystalline Solar Panels:

    Monocrystalline Solar Panels works better in relatively less warm areas with an average temperature range under 33 degrees Celsius. A monocrystalline plate bears squares around every solar cell and is dark blue. It is cut into wafers from a conical silicon ingot grown in a lab by melting the silicon rocks at 2500 degrees Fahrenheit. A seed crystal is lowered into the melted slush and slowly pulled up while rotating to shape silicon into the solar cell.

    Polycrystalline Solar Panels:

    Polycrystalline solar cells are made a different way where about 1300 pounds of silicon rocks are put into a 3 * 3 feet mould to form a square shape solar plate. The silicon rocks then melt into a furnace heated to 2500 degrees Fahrenheit for the next twenty hours. It took about three days to cool it down. These panels have a mottled blue look like a piece of particleboard; it looks made up of multiple pieces of silicon pressed together because silicon cools and hardens. Polycrystalline panels are less expansive because of less waste of materials from the square ingot than from the round Monocrystalline ingot. Polycrystalline panels are known for their high efficiency and are best for warm areas as they can generate more electricity using solar. These panels are also known as hybrid solar power panels and are best for both on-grid and off-grid solar systems.

    Deep Cycle Lithium Batteries:

    Battery packs are part of hybrid solar systems as they provide backup power to your electrical appliances when the solar system isn’t getting enough sunlight. Deep Cycle Systems manufacturers Lithium-ion batteries that are known for their reliable performance. A lithium-ion battery is technologically advanced and is marked as a rich feature battery bank.

    Features of Lithium Battery:

    Our Li-Ion batteries are best known for their deep discharge ability. These lithium batteries can provide a discharge rate of up to 90%, while a lead-acid battery is reserved for half capacity discharge at the most. It’s the same as you got only half the return on your investment, and the rest is of no use. The ability to hold more charge in less weight is another distinctive feature of a LiFePo4 battery that makes it standalone from the crowd of battery banks.

    Call Us:

    Deep Cycle System is a leader in high-quality solar products across Australia. We are experts satisfying results for years that won the confidence of Australians, and thus we have become the most reliable energy partner. Call our customer services team at 1300 795 327 for top-notch solar design, installation and configuration.

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