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Solar PCUs: Features Applications

Posted by Admin on February, 27, 2014

Solar Power Conditioning Unit (PCU) is a system having a solar energy controller, inverter and a grid charger. The system provides power to the battery bank through solar or DG set. The PCU monitors the state of battery voltage, solar power output and the load. When the battery level falls off a particular level, the PCU automatically transfers the power. The PCU gives preference to the solar power and uses grid or DG power only when the solar power is insufficient to meet the load requirement.


Features Of Solar Power Conditioning Unit

  • Highly efficient and reliable
  • Noise free operation
  • Preference to solar optimization
  • High surge capability
  • Driven by a microcontroller
  • Thermal protection
  • Hybrid operation

Applications Of Solar Power Conditioning Unit

  • Emergency communication systems
  • Pumping systems for irrigation in rural areas
  • Electrification of villages in remote areas
  • Electrification of schools in rural areas
  • Rail and road signals
  • Radio repeater stations

Choosing The Right Solar Power Conditioning Unit

  • Always buy a solar PCU offered by a reliable company. Check for how long the company has been dealing in solar PCUs.
  • In case the PCU is likely to have some weather exposure, make sure you check whether it is weather proof or not.
  • See if it comes with the option of expansion. This will enable adding of a new string of panels to the unit.
  • Check if it comes with a user friendly display. This will ensure easy operation to the user.

Total Power Conditioners Pvt. Ltd. is one of the leading UPS Power System Manufacturers in India. The company manufactures products such as Solar PCU, Solar UPS, Solar Chargers, UPS Batteries, Frequency Converters and many more. Established in 1999, the company follows a quality centric approach to achieve maximum client satisfaction. For more information about the company and its products, logon http://www.tpcpower.com/.


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jeremy scott pas cher

August, 14, 2014 at 00 : 47 am

You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be really something that I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, Iâll try to get the hang of it!

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