How to install a solar system in your home?

The average cost to install a residential solar setup is about $8,000. That’s not cheap, but the savings over time using this system are astounding: Today it costs about 10 cents per kilowatt-hour for electricity that originates from coal and nuclear power plants – ignoring all the real costs of extraction (about twice as much!). Installing a 5-kilowatt system generates enough energy to offset 25% of your annual energy needs. Over 20 years, your energy usage would be reduced by approximately 50%. Like I said if you are considering installing a self-consumption system at home read on.

Here is how to DIY: Options and Choices

You will need the following equipment1) An electrical layout of your house so that it can record & measure power consumption in real-time (very important). If not done correctly intricate calculations etc. result in no cost savings. (Can be costly)2) A digital meter to display real-time power consumed by electrical appliances. Prices start from $20 but are more affordable as models get cheaper (you can also buy an analog model). It is becoming a standard that all houses should have one of these in the kitchen. The charge controller you will use needs to have a monitor screen where you can check readings at any time and see the status for each appliance & AC unit. You should test the meters to have a better idea of time-based consumption and overall efficiency by using your own models.3) A computer or laptop that can be used as a ‘link’ between devices (most companies will let you link multiple electronic items so ideal for large equipment).4) Appropriate long wires, surge protectors & fuses for each item both inside & outside. Today every home is required to install these if not done so yet. If you have electrical equipment in your house, particularly high power AC and heater that can cause short circuit damage, avoid DIY at all cost as you never know how much these items consume & where their outlet is located. Also, remember to put in extra priority the breaker panel should be close to optimum usage area (if possible install on the same wall but opposite a window). For the whole house or nearby from a specific room be sure to calculate the total usage of each breaker and locate it in an area that can supply power for priority devices. Never include excessive items (e.g washing machine, space heater) as they waste power if on 24/7/lights off & including them will increase overall consumption with no extra benefits related to size requirements -very costly mistake:5) An instructional sheet used by someone who knows the basics of where each electrical item is powered. This sheet should have been provided to you by your electrician and is mandatory for even a beginner without it you might end up with signal errors that are difficult to sort or very expensive unneeded installations.(Example: Test each circuit, whether an output device needs 110v or 230v (referring back to 3B point) no matter what changes voltage but most likely have more than 1 device connected to the same circuit you don’t connect a small player speaker or an iPod to something being powered by the main TV power in your house.

large solar battery to store energy

It is true that a solar battery can help store energy, as the sun’s rays provide direct power. Many studies have confirmed this fact. These batteries also offer many other benefits and are quite attractive to people looking for alternative energy sources or wanting to lower their expenses when they want something more substantial than generators and fuel cells while having greater range (depending on how much sun you can get). This offers these devices both long-term reliability at affordable prices and no annoying noise, pollution or smell. Plus these batteries achieve certain benefits specifically designed to be the best type of solar battery out there that is known as a smart battery (requires only sunlight and time).

Male to female output adaptor The AC to DC voltage adaptor is large and unsightly as if it will damage your equipment. It does not violate many electrical codes for installations in residential homes that deal with things like outlets, recessed lighting and televisions. Ensure the correct voltage output from the product you are purchasing or have work done by an electrician so nothing accidentally gets interfered or impacted when removed. Knowing how much current (amperage) goes to a device or item is important when purchasing a surge protector.

we are experts in protecting electronics for both home offices computers & other electronic equipment such as tools, toys & elderly loved ones! We at LGA Battery Company are based in Southern California and we have been in business since May 2011. All items ship the same day you order it.

A Smart Charger (CC / CV) is a useful device that can help shed some of those green miles off your vehicle’s fuel consumption by increasing its efficiency while keeping the batteries charged so they do not go bad prematurely from letting them sit unused in the garage or car. State of New Jersey

The charger itself is capable from being plugged into any wall outlet, allowing you to plug your smartphone iOS device iphone, ipod & Ipad into it while not having to use up energy that could be used elsewhere on your bill.


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