The Photovoltaic Solar Panels of your system determines the amount of power you will generate. Generated power is either directly used or stored in batteries.
The size of your battery bank will directly determine the duration will have power at night or when no utility power is available. Adding a battery bank to your system allows you to have power at night and when the grid is not available. The size of your battery bank will directly determine the duration will have power in these conditions.
The size of the inverter size determine the peak power that can be supplied. The inverter will take power from the battery and supply the load. The inverter will also switch between utility power and battery power as needed and available. In cases where there is low PV production or no PV installed, it will use AC power (from the utility or a generator) to charge the batteries.
Let us help you design a solution that fits your needs, and your budget.
Best ROI solution as it does not include the expensive battery.
Make use of the Grid-Tied Inverter MPPT.
Grid-Tied w/battery backup
Consist of a combination of Solar Chargers, Grid-Tie inverters, Inverter/Chargers and batteries. Best solution if you want to generate power AND be more energy independent when the utility power is not available
When there are not utility power available. Consists of components like Solar Charge Controllers, Inverter/Chargers, batteries and even a Grid-Tied Inverter (if correctly installed)