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Off-grid inverters are solar inverters that do not rely on the grid and cannot operate simultaneously with the grid. By generating AC output in the form of square waves or sine waves, they provide power for standalone systems, i.e., through a solar energy system and an off-grid inverter that converts direct current from batteries into alternating current to provide a self-sufficient household power supply facility.

Typically, well-designed and manufactured off-grid inverters can provide at least 10 years of reliable operation, and in some cases up to 20 years or more. However, this requires proper maintenance and care, as well as an appropriate environment for use. High temperatures, humidity, dust and other environmental factors can adversely affect the lifespan of an inverter, so it is vital to keep the environment in which the inverter is located dry, clean and at the right temperature.

Off-grid inverters are designed for use in off-grid solar power systems, which means they are not connected to the grid. This type of inverter is connected to a battery bank that stores the excess energy produced by the solar panels during the day, which can then be used at night or when the sun is low. The advantage of an off-grid inverter is that it allows you to be completely independent of the grid, which can be very useful if you live in a remote area where there is no electricity.

Off-grid inverters are used to run virtually all household equipment and appliances that use electricity, including but not limited to: home appliances, office equipment, tools and equipment, recreational equipment, communication equipment, and more. However, pay attention to the power rating and output specifications of the off-grid inverter. You need to make sure that the output power of the off-grid inverter is sufficient for the devices you want to run. Also, if you plan to run multiple devices on the inverter at the same time, you need to make sure that their total power does not exceed the rated capacity of the off-grid inverter to avoid overloading.

Grid-tie inverters are used for grid-connected solar systems where it cannot be connected to an electrical load and all the DC energy generated by the PV will be converted to AC through the grid-tie inverter and sent directly to the grid. For grid-connected solar systems, batteries are not required. However, off-grid solar inverters must be equipped with batteries. Solar DC power can be converted to AC power through the solar charge controller and off-grid inverter in order to supply power directly to the load.

Off-grid inverters typically have charge control features that can be used to charge batteries. In an off-grid system, direct current (DC) power generated by solar panels, wind turbines, or other renewable energy devices is typically converted by an inverter into alternating current (AC) power that is used to power household devices and appliances, and the remaining power can be used to recharge batteries.

Off-grid inverter can work independently after leaving the grid, equivalent to an independent mini-grid, mainly controlling its own voltage source. It can carry loads such as resistance, capacitance, motor inductance, etc. It is fast strain and anti-interference, adaptable and practical. It is the first choice power product for power outage emergency power and outdoor power.

The function of off-grid inverter is to separate the solar power generation system from the grid and form an independently operating microgrid system. During normal operation of the solar power system, the solar panels generate DC power, which is converted into AC power and injected into the grid by the shunt inverter. In this way, the solar power system can sell the excess power to the grid, thus realizing the feedback of power.

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