New systems for solar PV generation incorporate maximum Power Point tracking right at the panel, so that any underperforming panels do not bring down the overall performance. By using these panels, each panel maintains peak performance regardless of conditions affecting it or the other panels around it.
New systems for PV solar also eliminate voltage swings to a large extent. A constant supply voltage also reduces stress on the inverter’s critical components, which eventually increases their lifetime and aids them to operate at higher efficiency.
New age solar PV lowers the installed solar system cost and improves the performance of solar power systems, while eliminating the design and installation constraints inherent in conventional string architectures.
These systems are built around the DC-to-DC converter module and use DC power management technology to allow connection of solar panels in parallel. Latest Parallel Solar architecture enables the connection of over 100 solar panels on each cable run which is a considerable improvement over conventional string architecture.
These systems allow any solar panel to be connected in parallel to a constant high-voltage DC power bus. They also incorporate distributed maximum power point tracking (MPPT).
The new systems also include panel-level monitoring for enhanced visibility into system operation to help with maintenance and ensure long-term system performance. These new PV systems simultaneously address fundamental problems facing plant designers, installers and operators, and provide quantifiable incremental performance without increasing cost.
Industries facing cost issues and operational issues over solar power installation and generation can switch to such hi-tech equipments and realize high volume power generation.