A twenty-four-hour power supply is rare in India. Very few areas in metropolitan cities can boast of having a continuous supply of electricity. This has resulted in the rise of inverters in India. With time people have evolved to be more conscious environmentally. In recent times people try to make conscious decisions while buying a product to save both their money and the environment by doing their bit of research.
Inverters have evolved as technology advanced with time. We have seen the important rise of solar energy in the last two decades. Moreover, in the last ten years, we have seen the cost of electricity per unit has doubled whereas the cost of solar panels per watt reduced five times. According to the trends we can assume that in the next ten years solar energy will be cheaper than electricity. So, you can see that solar is becoming a necessity and it’s the future!
Working of a Typical Home Inverter
A typical home inverter/UPS system has an inverter and battery system connected to the home power connection. When the electricity comes from the grid, the UPS/inverter system uses the electricity from the grid to charge the battery. When the power is turned off, the inverter takes DC power from the battery and converts it to AC power used by household appliances. There is a circuit breaker in the system to detect whether the grid is not supplying power and switch the UPS to battery mode.
Working of a Solar Inverter
An off-grid solar inverter has an assembly of charge controllers, batteries, solar panels, controllers, and inverter. The batteries are charged using solar panels and the inverter has the same function of converting DC to AC. It can also have an automated switch to sense if the grid is not supplying power that can change the power source of the connected home from the grid to batteries. Depending on the need the system can be designed to:
- To completely rely on solar power
- Charge the batteries from solar power when the sun is available and from the grid when it is not.
Normal solar inverters have PWM (pulse width modulation) charge controllers, PWM very
It is an old technology which produces only 1.5-2 units of electricity in a day from a 1kw panel. UTL Solar’s Shamsi inverter has a PWM charge controller.
Inverters have become more intelligent and cost-saving, with time the charge controllers advanced to MPPT (maximum power point tracking) technology that produces 3-3.5 units of electricity throughout the day with a 1 kW solar panel.
Now let’s talk about rMPPT that’s the latest and most advanced technology when it comes to solar inverters. rMPPT is more advanced than MPPT. It produces up to 30% more electricity than MPPT. With rMPPT technology, we can produce 4-5 units from 1kw Solar Panel. UTL Solar has patent rights over this technology.
That’s why UTL SOLAR is a company that sells the best solar inverters.
This inverter is exactly what you need, we all want to save our hard-earned money. Gamma + inverter is engineered to give the best ROI (return on investment) as it has used rMPPT charge controllers that are more advanced than MPPT charge controllers. With the rMPPT solar technology, Gamma+ inverter saves 30% extra solar energy within the same investment.
How is Gamma+ Inverter Budget-friendly?
It uses the sun’s energy to charge batteries and save electricity from the grid to reduce your electricity bills, moreover, the Gamma+ inverter is almost cost-free.
If you need battery backup for 2 batteries then install one battery of 12V and if you need battery backup for 3 batteries then install two batteries 12V x 2), As GAMMA+ inverter generates backup for two batteries with just one battery as it has rMPPT technology that backs up for the second battery.
How is Gamma+ Inverter Cost-free?
If you take a normal solar inverter (1400/1500 VA) then you would need 4 solar panels of 330 W, but with UTL Solar’s Gamma+ inverter you can generate the same amount of electricity with just 3 solar panels of 330 W. Here you save the buying cost and the installation cost of 1 solar panel which is about ₹8000/- to ₹9000/- With this amount, you can get a Gamma+ inverter without paying extra.
Now you need to decide whether you want to buy a normal solar inverter by paying the full amount of the inverter that gives you less return on investment, or Gamma+ inverter SPGS (solar power generating system) that gives you maximum return on investment and get the Gamma+ inverter for free.
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Features that Make Gamma+ Inverter Best for You:
Controller-based Design, Pure Sine Wave Built-in rMPPT Charge Controller
MPPT is a technique used with photovoltaic (PV) solar systems to maximize power extraction under all conditions. rMPPT, or maximum power point tracker is an electronic DC to DC converter that optimizes the match between the solar array (PV panels), and the battery bank. To put it simply, they convert a higher voltage DC output from solar panels down to the lower voltage needed to charge batteries.
Gamma+ inverter is available with LCD, for a better user interface. It shows battery voltage, charging current, output voltage, output frequency, output load percentage, Input voltage, Input frequency, solar voltage, solar current & consumption solar power. It has four switches to configure Operational mode – Grid charger, IT Load, SMF/Tub, boost charging & mode selection.
User Configurable by LCD
All the parameters like battery charging voltage, battery high cut, battery low cut, battery charging current can be adjusted manually by the user as per their choice or requirement.
Charging Multi Stage (Bulk, Absorption & Float) Auto Equalize
To increase the life of the battery, maintain the gravity and temperature, and increase the backup of the battery we use the stages of charging and equalize automatically in a month.
Compatible with DG as an input Source
The frequency of DG output is a very vital parameter that always varies. And if the system is in DG enable mode, then the system will be compatible to take any of the frequencies as the input source frequency. Thus, it can be operated with a generator as well.
Compatible with IT Load
IT mode is used for IT loads which provide protections to IT instruments like computers, printers, etc. In IT mode the change over time is very less so that there should not be any kind of breakdown in power supply.
Operating Mode Selection
Cities – PCU Mode – Priority Solar →Battery → Grid
If there is more electricity in the cities, then it will run your load with generated solar power and battery. This way cuts your electricity bill.
Villages – Smart Mode – Priority Solar → Grid → Battery
In most of the towns generating electricity and saving bills are dual tasks; it will operate the loads with a synchronized combination of both generated solar power and grid electricity.
Towns – Hybrid Mode – Priority for load Grid →Solar →Battery and Priority for battery charging Solar → Grid
This mode will operate the load by generating solar power and grid electricity during the day and keep the battery charged for night backup.
The transformer used in the GAMMA+ inverter has copper-coated aluminium, by which its losses are reduced and efficiency is increased.
So, as explained, if you are planning to buy a solar inverter, GAMMA +solar inverter is a great choice.