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Solar energy is a renewable green energy source that is powered entirely by the sun, but how exactly do PV modules convert solar energy into electricity?
1. After the photovoltaic panels absorb sunlight, the solar radiation energy is converted into direct current.
2. Photovoltaic inverter converts direct current to alternating current.
3.The generated electricity can either be directly stored in the battery or through the inverter.
4. The power grid dispatches and uses electric energy.
Types of solar modules
PV module installation requires vast space and is limited by shading, so there is no single solution. Trina Solar can provide different sizes and types of solar modules to meet the energy needs of residential, commercial and large-scale ground power plants.
Currently commonly used photovoltaic modules are mainly divided into two types: monocrystalline modules and polycrystalline modules.
Monocrystalline modules convert light energy into electricity more efficiently, save space, are durable, and have an attractive design, making them an ideal solution for residential and small commercial rooftop installations.
The production process of polycrystalline modules is convenient, and it is a more economical and common choice. Available in a variety of sizes and colors, the module is suitable for residential and large-scale projects, as well as off-grid and grid-tied systems.
Charging the solar panels in parallel can also be a powerful help to keep you going especially when you are outdoors. We designed and developed the FREMO Hyper 100 solar panel specifically for this purpose. The Hyper100 panels are portable and collapsible. It can be packed without an extra storage bag and comes with an Adjustable Kickstand. They can be placed at any Angle and orientation.
Hyper100 can be paired with X700 to fully enjoy the advantages of advanced MPPT Solar charge Controller, which can detect voltage and current in real time and improve solar power when the environment changes. The Hyper 100 comes with parallel cables that charge the X700 in two units in parallel without the need for additional accessories. The Hyper 100 also comes with a USB port that can be used independently to charge devices such as mobile phones.
After the FREMO Hyper 100 is expanded, it connects the male connector of Hyper 100 to the X700 Charge/Solar Input socket to start the MPPT function to Charge.