The solar racking system and inverter that you have purchased for your home will help collect pioneer from the sun, convert that power to an AC current, and power everything in the house. You can take your home off the power grid by using only solar power, or you could use solar power to supplement your power needs. If you are collecting more power than you need, you can sell that power back to the power company. However, you first must have a racking system that will support your panels, help hide the wiring, and allow room for a battery bank, and provide you with a system that might shift to find the best angle for sunlight capture.
What is Solar Racking System?
A solar racking system is a frame that will support all your solar panels. You need a racking system that will attach directly to your roof or sit on the ground. Plus, you need a racking system that will help protect the wires that come from the solar panel to the battery bank or the house. The racking system should use special bundles to hold all the wires together, and the racking system should attach to your roof at strong points that will prevent damage.
A proper installation of your racking system will not damage your roof, and special flashing will be used to prevent any leaks. If you do not want to attach your rigging directly to the roof, you could use a hook system that latches onto the roof. You must ask the solar power installer how they can help you, and they might explain why you need to use one system over the other. Certain systems are required for certain surfaces.
Ground mounted solar panels will have their rigs sunk into the ground, and you will find that these rigs do not move under heavy winds. You must find a place that will give you the best sunlight exposure, or you might add your ground mounted panels to the panels that are already on your roof.
Why Need a Solar Panel Inverter?
The solar panel inverter that you use for your system will convert the power from a DC current to an AC current. The DC current is too strong for your home, and you need to be sure that you have the proper inverter based on the size of your home/the system. A small inverter is needed for solar panels that do not put out much energy, but larger inverters can be used for a massive system that employs many panels.
The inverter is required if you want to send the current back to the power company because they are also sending you an AC current. You do not want to blow out the wiring that the power company uses because you are selling them this power for a profit.
You Need A Sleek Setup
The setup for your solar panel system should be very sleek because you do not want your wiring to be damaged by wind and rain. You need to make sure that the panels are installed as close to the roof as possible, and you need to lean the panels close to the ground if you have them scattered across your property. The setup should be monitored at least once a year to ensure there is no damage, and you also need to ask the installer if they need to update your installation to prevent further damage, to protect the wires, or to protect the panels.
The solar panel system for your home requires a racking system, an inverter, and a design that will protect your wiring. These units can easily power any home.