Inverters, Chargers and MPPT controllers convert electricity (AC or DC) as required, allow for the transport of electricity where it is needed and best used, and look after the other key system components – your solar modules and batteries.
It is important to design a system to include inverters that are compatible with each other, to ensure the system can function correctly and control the solar and batteries as required.
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The inverter/charger performs multiple important functions in a battery system. Essentially this unit is the traffic conductor for electricity throughout your system. It diverts solar directly from your solar inverter to your house loads or batteries when required, and converts stored DC electricity in your batteries to AC electricity for use at night times. Looking after and protecting your batteries are the most important functions of the battery inverter/charger.
Founded in 1964, Selectronic Australia quickly established itself as a major manufacturer, and expanded into sine wave inverters in 1994. Selectronic Australia is a quality endorsed company, certified to the international quality standard IS9001:2008. The company’s commitment to quality and excellence in all areas of operation is at the core of its continued success.
Victron is a Dutch manufacturer of power electronics for renewable energy, battery storage and mobile applications. Having manufacturing products for the marine market for many years, their range of battery inverter/chargers are extremely robust and well suited to tough environments.
SMA Solar Technology AG is the most globally recognisable and trusted name in solar inverter technology. Through its Sunny Island family of inverter/chargers, this German company has pioneered AC-coupling in off-grid systems, achieving increased power efficiency, advanced battery life and user-friendliness.
The solar MPPT inverter (Maximum Power Point Tracking) converts DC electricity from solar panels into appliance friendly 240V AC electricity to either directly power loads, or to charge batteries via the separate inverter/charger unit.
Fronius is recognized as a technology leader. The US manufacturer produces high-quality solar electronics and data monitoring solutions.
MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) Charge Controllers maximise and regulate DC power from the solar array for the charging the battery bank. These units are required for a DC coupled configuration to achieve maximum battery charge from the solar array, and usually have a lower upfront cost.
Victron is a Dutch manufacturer of power electronics for renewable energy, battery storage and mobile applications. Having manufacturing products for the marine market for many years, their range of solar MPPT charge controllers are extremely robust and well suited to tough environments.