Whole House Solar Generator

Why Solar Generators

A significant percentage of people in still live off-grid, particularly in rural areas. A solar generator can be a sustainable and environmentally friendly solution for generating power. It allows you to harness energy from the sun and store it for later use.

Solar generators can also be integrated into grid-tied systems, providing a backup power source in case of grid failures or emergencies.

Solar Generator for Low Wattage DC Appliances

This Solar Generator Powers Small DC Appliances Including Lights and Small Radios. The power rating is between 150 to 200 Watts

Solar Generator for Small Medium Wattage Appliances

This Solar Generator can Power Small medium wattage Appliances like a TV and Refrigerator. The Power Rating 300 to 500 Watts.

Solar Generator for Medium Wattage Appliances

This Solar Generator Can Power Medium Wattage Appliances like Microwave and Toasters for a Small Periods of Time and Smaller Appliances for Longer Periods. The Power Rating is 700 to 1000 Watts.

Solar Generator for High Wattage Appliances

This Solar Generator Can Run Appliances that require more than 1500 Watts (even up to 2000 Watts) to Run this includes Air Conditioners.

Solar Generator for Whole House

This Solar Generator can act as an Uninterupted Power Supply Unit for your Home and Can run most of the Appliances in the Home. The Power Rating is 3000 Watts and above.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Big of a Solar Generator Do I need?

Determining the size of the solar generator you need depends on several factors, including your power consumption, the duration you need power, and the specific devices you want to run.

What to Look for When Buying a Solar Generator?

When buying a solar generator, it’s essential to consider several factors to ensure that it meets your specific needs and provides reliable power. Determine the power capacity of the solar generator, both in terms of the battery capacity (measured in watt-hours, Wh) and the inverter’s output capacity (measured in watts, W). Ensure that it can handle the total power consumption of the devices you plan to run.

How many hours can a Solar Generator Run?

The number of hours a solar generator can run depends on several factors, including the generator’s battery capacity, the power consumption of connected devices, and the availability of sunlight for recharging.

Can a Solar Generator Run at night?

Solar generators store the energy produced during the day in an internal battery for later use. Therefore, while a solar generator can provide power during the night, it depends on the capacity of the battery and the amount of energy stored.