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26 Sep 2011

timnolan.com writes:

For the last year I’ve been working on a prototype for a Solar Inverter that can be Grid Intertied. A solar inverter takes the 12V DC (or other voltages) from the solar panels and converts it to 120V AC which is the power that most of your household appliances use. A Grid-Intertied inverter allows you to feed that power back into power grid (your house power) to help power your household appliances.

My goal was to design a small inverter, about 100W, that could be used with one solar panel and could be grid intertied. My second prototype (pictured above) has achieved these design goals. So on these web pages I’m going to document the design of the hardware and the software of my solar inverter. I’m releasing these designs to public without restrictions. All I ask is that if you use any of my design that you credit me and add a link back to this website. I hope these designs will help further the work of other people in this area.

Solar Grid-Intertie Inverter - [Link]

One Response to “Solar Grid-Intertie Inverter”

  1. youcef Says:

    Dear Sir,
    Firstly, I would like to thank you very much for this nice post. Secondly, I really want your help on designing a transformerless inverter low power(about 100W). Please reply through email as soon as possible and once again, thank you very much.
    Sir, I have a big problem with the control of the MOSFETs, I tried many ways but I miss some industrial experience that is why I need your help.
    tarak_sel@yahoo.fr

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