Power on TV, refrigerator, lights, computer, and other household appliances, independently from the power supply, using Solar Energy and getting savings on your bill.
It is an anti-blackout system, it protects against the risks of power failure, the equipment will be powered by batteries.
Inverting priorities of energy feeding, if in the home there is a provision (Enel or other providers), the mains can be used to provide emergency power when batteries are discharged.
How quickly is it possible to refund the cost of the plant?
Let's see how much energy the system produces:
Estimation of energy produced by photovoltaic plant, nominal power rating 480 W
(**) Considering 50% IRPEF incentive
The savings achievable, depending on the location of installation, it should be about from 124 € / year to 155 € / year, allowing you to return from spending in 4-6 years.
How do I choose the system that is right for me?
The choice requires first the knowledge of their electricity consumption, and here come into play concepts such as kW (kilowatts) and kWh (kilowatt hour), which are not always clear: we recommend reading the following page for a better understanding of these variables and then be able to direct you to the correct choice:
""kilowatts and kilowatt hour: not confondiamoli""
Is it necessary to modify the connected equipment?
There is no need for any modification or accessory added to the equipment supplied: the photovoltaic system is complete of pure sine wave inverter that generates a perfect voltage to 220 VAC, such as common domestic sockets.
How much space do the panels need?
Each panel occupies about 1.6 square meters., 2-4 panels could be installed on a balcony, otherwise you may classically mount them on a flat or inclined roof, or on the ground (see accessories below).
When the sun is not there?
At night the work equipment powered by batteries, and in case of bad weather the system has a range of about 2-3 days, depending on consumption: such autonomy may possibly be increased by increasing the capacity and/or the number of batteries and panels.
If the bad weather continues?
In the event of bad weather extended beyond the days of autonomy provided, the batteries will run down: in this case the devices can be switched on the mains to be powered by it, without any modification. The devices could be re-powered by solar energy at the end of the period of bad weather.
How can I switch to the main when the batteries run down?
The change from solar power system to the mains may occur simply by pulling off the plug from the inverter and connecting in a domestic plug, or automatically by suitable devices (see accessories at the bottom of the page)
The kit consists of the following high quality components:
- No 2 x 250W Waris polycrystalline silicon panels with high efficiency - Made in Italy
The panels can be mounted on a balcony, terrace, flat roof, pitched roof, or pole, with appropriate supports. (see below accessories)
- No. 1 Western Charge regulator WR20 - 20 A with display - made in Italy
- No. 1 Pure Wave Inverter Advance 1000W/24V toroidal, very slow consumption
- No. 2 Sealed Batteries Eleckson 12V - 100 Ah maintenance free
To see the detailed characteristics of individual products, click on the relevant images at the bottom of this page, under ""includes the individual products.""
* To learn more about the deduction and its mode of application, click here