In this page we will learn how to easily harness solar energy through simple solar battery charger circuits and solar inverter circuits
Solar energy is free, but harnessing them efficiently can be a challenge, and could take some serious effort. And this may not be possible unless you know all the little secrets that might be required for converting solar energy into lifetime home electricity.
Solar Panel Technical Know-How is Important
Just imagine if you had a full access to the knowledge regarding how to install and run solar panels at will, using battery charger controllers, MPPT units and inverters, and you did not had to depend on confusing and costly external consultations, rather had the expertise to set up the whole system all by yourself by applying your own knowledge, .....sounds too good to be true! Right?
What you need to do is put a little effort and time in reading the many exclusively researched articles below, related to solar panel electricity management using relevant controllers and inverters. This would help you to master the subject without spending on long and expensive courses.
Building your own customized solar projects was never so easy, here you can simply read, learn and start implementing your desired projects by going through the simplified instructions as furnished across various related articles... and more favorably, if required get your curiosities cleared by discussing them with me through comment discussions.
A few of the most useful solar projects from this website are listed below for your reference:
Solar Battery Charger and Solar Inverter Circuits and Projects
The circuit of a simple solar LED street light system explained here is specially designed keeping in mind the new hobbyist who may find it easy to understand the details by referring to the pictorial schematic. Since the design is laid out in a straightforward layout and because it relatively inexpensive with its component count, the system becomes specifically suitable for village street lighting or in other similar remote areas, Read More
The article talks about a simple 3 phase solar submersible pump inverter circuit utilizing just a few ICs and a minimum number of power devices. The idea is dedicated to one of the avid readers of this blog by Mr. Lufono and Mr. Sami. Read More
The post explains a fairly easy remote controlled solar lamp intensity controller circuit that can be used for regulating the street lamp LED brightness without accessing the LED box physically. The concept was asked for by one of the engrossed members of this website Read More
Within this article we construct a 10kva solar grid inverter changeover circuit featuring a low battery protection facility. The concept was asked by Mr. Chandan Parashar. Read More
In this article we try to understand a simple and cheap solar pocket LED light circuit very much recommended for the poor villagers and underprivileged population which could be used by them for illuminating their homes at night at minimum costs. The idea was suggested by Mr. R.K. Rao Read More
If you aetrying to design a solar inverter circuit you will basically requires a couple of factors to be rightly figured out, which are namely the inverter circuit and the solar panel V and I specs. The tutorial explained below elucidates this explicitly. Read More
The article discusses a simple solar charger circuit having the facility of automatic cut-off and this is achieved using just ordinary transistors or BJTs. The idea was suggetsed by Mr. Mubarak Idris. Read More
In this post you will be taught how to build a solar inverter circuit for a massive 1.5 ton air conditioner (AC) for powering the Air conditioner at daytime by connecting it directly with the solar panel and regardless of grid power availability. Read More
The post presents a comprehensive explanation regarding how to build a simple solar electric rickshaw or E rickshaw circuit at home and integrated with a garage fabricated body. Read More
This explained automatic solar light circuit using relay changeover is specifically configured for charging a battery when sunlight is available at day time or for so long as the solar panel is producing optimal power, and subsequently the stored power from the battery can be used for illuminating a connected LED as evening sets in. Read More