Inverters convert the variable direct current (DC) output of a solar panel into alternating current (AC), which can be used to power your home or business and feed into the electricity grid.
Most systems use string-inverters but in certain situations mirco-inverters can be a better choice. Micro-inverters convert power from a single solar module, so one micro-inverter is required per panel. Whilst this makes them a more expensive option, they can be a better choice if shading is a problem on site. This is because a string inverter system can only perform as well as its lowest-performing panel. So if shade impacts one panel’s performance, every other panel operates at the same reduced capacity.
The quality and efficiency of your inverter determines the amount of power generated; and ultimately, the extent to which you maximise the return on your investment.All our inverters are approved by the Clean Energy Council, come with extendable warranties and use the latest transformer-less technology to achieve maximum efficiencies of over 97%.