What is a solar inverter? What is its purpose? How do you know if it’s the right type of inverter for your needs? SAKO has developed a variety of solar inverters, from 5.5kw solar inverters to 8kw solar inverters, and has been making progress.
What is a Solar Inverter?
A solar inverter is a device that helps turn the sun’s energy into usable electricity. Solar inverters can power anything from small electronics to large appliances like refrigerators and air conditioners.
There are two main types of solar inverters: grid-tied and off-grid. Grid-tied inverters are connected to the power grid and use that connection to recharge their battery when it’s low. Off-grid inverters don’t connect to the power grid, so they must be recharged using either an AC outlet or a solar panel.
What Does a Solar Inverter Do?
A solar inverter is a device that helps convert the direct current (DC) output from your solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity, which can then be used to power appliances in your home. Inverters are also handy for charging batteries without using the grid. There are many different inverters on the market with different features and specifications, so it’s important to do your research before making a purchase.
Why Choose SAKO?
SAKO has several series of off-grid solar inverters. From the SUNON PRO series to the SVP 1KW-3KW series, SAKO’s off-grid solar inverters have the advantage of supporting the battery-free operation and reducing battery consumption. It is suitable for places where electricity is used during the day, such as shops, offices, and study rooms.
In addition, SAKO’s SUNPOLO 6KW off-grid integrated machine can support up to 9 parallel machines (optional) with AC dual output and DC output and SAKO lithium battery communication.
In 2022, SAKO will continue to innovate and launch SUNON-E as a new product 2022. As an economic high-voltage controller, SUNON-E components have high access power and high-cost performance.