RENEWABLE IT SOLUTIONS
Pure Access offers Renewable energy Solutions by which power, usually electricity, is generated from natural resources including sunlight, wind, rain, tidal flows and geothermal heat. Renewable and alternative energy technologies basically fall into four categories: solar, wind, bio-energy, and geothermal energy. Each of these alternative energy sources has its advantages and disadvantages.
Applications in Remote Areas
Security and comfort (lighting, heating, household appliances, leisure electronics, telecoms...) can now be provided by autonomous energy systems; when far away from any electrical grid, either by choice or reason. These systems consist firstly of an energy source; normally a genset, a solar generator, a wind turbine or a combination of these; secondly of a battery storage, and then thirdly of devices (inverter-charger, battery charger) able to charge the battery from this energy source and to supply users with AC voltage (inverter, inverter-charger).
Appliances such as fridges, PCs, emergency lights, etc. which are supplied by the public grid and cannot afford any power cut, are electrically secured. An inverter-charger with transfer relay or a combination of an inverter and a charger guarantees that the battery is well maintained and that an uninterrupted power supply to strategic appliances is sustained. Pure Access IT Ltd. offers solutions from 275VA up to 72kVA with a one of a kind product choice that remains unchallenged on the market.
In order to give priority to consumption of the energy generated from your own solar- or renewable installation, different systems including the Xtender inverter-chargers can be set up. These systems store excess energy produced during daytime in batteries to be used at a later time, maximizing the self-consumption. The public grid will only be used to import or to export small amounts of energy if absolutely necessary.
Solar panel refers to a panel designed to absorb the sun's rays as a source of energy for generating electricity or heating.
A photovoltaic (in short PV) module is a packaged, connected assembly of typically 6×10 solar cells. Solar Photovoltaic panels constitute the solar array of a photovoltaic system that generates and supplies solar electricity in commercial and residential applications.
Each module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 365 watts. The efficiency of a module determines the area of a module given the same rated output – an 8% efficient 230 watt module will have twice the area of a 16% efficient 230 watt module.
There are a few solar panels available that are exceeding 19% efficiency. A single solar module can produce only a limited amount of power; most installations contain multiple modules. A photovoltaic system typically includes a panel or an array of solar modules, a solar inverter, and sometimes a battery and/or solar tracker and interconnection wiring.