On Grid System

  1. Solar panels convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity which is then routed to the Inverter.
  2. The Inverter converts DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity.
  3. AC electricity then travels to the electrical panel/circuit-breaker box where it's distributed throughout the building.
  4. When the system produces more electricity than is being consumed, surplus electricity flows through the net meter and out to the utility grid. This creates an electricity credit that can be used when the system's solar panels are not producing electricity-such as at night.

Off Grid System

  1. Solar panels convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity which is then routed to the Inverter.
  2. The Inverter converts DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity.
  3. AC electricity then travels to the electrical panel/circuit-breaker box where it's distributed throughout the building.
  4. The Battery bank stores energy and provides uninterrupted supply when there is power cut. Battery gets charged again by help of Solar PV panels and invertor. Thus, Electicity bill reduces and result in money savings.
  5. Charge Controller protects the battery from over-charge and over-discharge.