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Solar panels produce a form of electricity that most households cannot use. This energy is direct current (DC). The form of energy that almost all households use is alternating current (AC). But how does the DC energy produced by the solar panels get converted to AC? This is where solar inverters come into play.

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Easy and fast installation

All our solar panels easily adapt to many types of mounting. Perfect for all types of roofs: tiles, steel, aluminum or copper sheet, or garden shed. .

Reliability and robustness

Our solar panel combines reliability and resistance to mechanical stress and harsh environmental conditions. If you opt for our panel, you are guaranteed to get the product tested in the most extreme conditions.

Warranties and durability

- 30 year product warranty, the quality of this panel is excellent
- 100% European quality. All our products rely on TÜV certifications and put quality and performance in our main goals
- Solar panels are designed in Europe, which guarantees flawless products and better services. Our European service ensures quality management at every stage of your order.
- The service life of the double-encapsulated panel is estimated on the basis of tests at 50 years.

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Inverters and converters

Chain (central) converters (inverters):


Pros and cons of string inverters, also known as central inverters, are the oldest and most common type of solar inverter in use today. They work by connecting a string of solar panels to a single inverter, which converts the total DC input to an AC output.
Pros: Because string inverters are the oldest type of solar inverter, they are also the most reliable. After decades of operation on the market, most errors in chain inverters have been resolved. They are also the cheapest variant of solar inverters. Chain inverters are also centrally located on the side of your house or near a ground point. This allows easier access to monitor, repair or replace the drive.
Disadvantages: Although chain inverters are reliable, they are also less efficient in optimizing solar energy output. Because the chain inverters are connected to the entire chain of solar panels, shielding on one solar panel will reduce the performance of the entire chain. String inverters also only offer system-wide monitoring as opposed to panel-level monitoring. This can be a disadvantage in diagnosing problems with solar production and can also be unfortunate for those solar homeowners who want a more detailed level of monitoring.

Chain converter + Performance optimizers:

Solar panels produce a form of electricity that most households cannot use. This energy is direct current (DC). The form of energy that almost all households use is alternating current (AC). But how is the DC energy produced by solar panels converted to AC? Solar inverters come here. The purpose of solar inverters is to convert all the energy produced by solar panels into usable power. It does this by converting direct current, which flows in one direction, to alternating current, which flows back and forth very quickly. This AC current is then sent through your electrical / fuse / circuit breaker box and can be used by all electrical appliances and lighting fixtures in your home.


Microinverters are the latest technology in solar inverters and work by converting direct current to alternating current directly from the back of each solar panel. No chain inverter is needed because each microinverter takes care of the DC conversion on site.

Pros: Because each microinverter handles DC to AC conversion on each panel, this allows for minimal system impact by shading the individual panels. If the shield covers one panel, only that panel will produce less output power, as opposed to reducing the power of the entire system, as in the case of a chain inverter setup. Microinverters can also be easily expanded with your solar system in the future. Any solar panel that is added to the system must have a microinverter installed on the back of the panel. Like the performance optimizers, the microinverters also allow panel-level monitoring of the solar system, making it easier and more accurate to diagnose any solar system output problems.

Disadvantages: Microinverters are the most expensive of solar inverter options. However, their benefits can easily outweigh the costs in certain situations, especially if shielding is an issue. And because microinverters are installed on the back of each solar panel, it is more difficult to repair or replace any microinverter that might have problems.

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