Grid Tie Solar Inverter
Grid-commutated inverters are generally used In the case of grid-connected photovoltaic systems.
The inverter converts the direct current supplied by the PV modules into alternating current to the house grid.
The power and voltage values of the inverter are matched to the power grid.
The current regulations of the electricity supplier have to applied.
The inverter also controls the grid-connected photovoltaic system.
The inverter operates the modules at their maximum power point (MPP).
This MPP fluctuates over the course of the day, depending on the respective irradiance, the current cell temperature and the type of solar cells.
For the total yield of the photovoltaic system, a good and correctly dimensioned inverter is absolutely necessary.