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PV Systems (Photovoltaic Systems)
Photovoltaic systems or PV Systems as they are commonly known is a power system that is designed to supply usable power by means of sunlight and photovoltaics. It’s a means of generating electricity that can be consumed. When sunlight is absorbed by these materials, the solar energy knocks electrons loose from their atoms, allowing the electrons to flow through the material to produce electricity. This process of converting light (photons) to electricity (voltage) is called the photovoltaic (PV) effect.
Power solutions for home and office. We have solutions to suit your budget. ISP Solutions also provides a variety of easy financing options catering for residential and commercial solar, making your move to solar energy, effortless.
Solar panels, power storage and inverters
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Solar solutions you will love which also fit your budget
Some turn to generators for backup power solutions, but there is a better way: Backup Power Solutions from ISP Solutions with backup batteries and inverters. Generators are OK as a short term quick and dirty solution, but for long term regular power failures an inverter with backup batteries are much better.
What size back up power solution do you require?
The size of the solution is dependent on the number of appliances, light and other equipment you want to use during periods when no power is available from the gird.
A key consideration is the energy usage of the equipment, therefore we differentiate between essential load items (lights, security systems, fridge, freezer, TVs, internet routers, etc.) and heavy load items such as geysers, stoves, aircons, and pumps.
Adding up all the essential load items that you require to function at the same time during a power failure will give you the peak power requirements. This must be less than the backup power rating of the system you purchase.
How many appliances can you run at once?
The power rating of the inverter will determine how much peak power can be supplied at once.
In other words, how many appliances and type of appliances can be on at the same time. The peak power rating of each system will determine how many appliances can be operated at once. Adding up the power usage of all the appliances that are on at the same time, will give you the peak power usage of all the appliances. This must be less than the backup power rating of the system you buy. If more loads are put on the inverter than its rating, it will shut down to protect itself The small system (with the 3000 Watt inverter) will be more than sufficient power to supply all of your essential appliances like:
Lights Internet routers
Cell phone chargers
TVs Computers and printers
Alarm & Electric fence
Fridges and freezers
Our standard systems are available in two inverter sizes, 3000 Watt and 5000 Watt.
The 3000 Watt system:
Will be able to run TVs, Computers and Laptops, Lights Will more than likely not provide enough power to power appliances, such as: Kettles, Fridges and Freezers, Coffee machines, Microwaves, Toasters, Geysers, Pool pumps.
The 5000 Watt system:
Will be able to run TVs, Computers and Laptops, Lights, Kettles, Fridges and Freezers, Coffee machines, Microwaves, Toasters and pool pumps. This will more than likely not provide enough power to power appliances, such as: Geysers, stoves and ovens.
All our Backup Power Systems are compatible with solar power, so you can start with just the Backup Power System, and then, later on, add solar panels. All systems are scalable, so you can start with the smaller system, and add another system, later on, to double up on the available peak power output. Storage space is scalable, so you can start with just one battery, and add more batteries, later on, to increase the available energy storage space, and thus available backup time. Systems can be integrated into your DB board.
We have options for enterprise applications and will do a site survey to conclude and plan your solar transition.