Solar Off grid Systems  
     
 
 
Off-grid systems are generally employed in remote locations without utility grids. It's a good solution in an area where running a line to the local utility grid is prohibitively expensive, or an area where blackouts and brownouts are relatively common. With an off-grid system, your solar energy system would supply all of the power a cabin, home or business would need.

Off-grid systems completely relieve you from dependency on electrical grids. Off-grid systems typically require a larger up-front investment than grid-tie systems. This is, in large part, due to the greater demands on the system. A grid-tie usually supplements a home's energy demands, reducing the amount of energy required from the utility grid. An off-grid system is responsible for providing all power - appliances, lighting, and the electricity required for other utilities.
Off-grid systems are generally larger than grid-tie systems. To be fully independent, a system must have a greater array of energy-producing panels, which in turn requires more batteries to store the charge and more equipment to regulate the charge. While requiring more parts will require a large initial investment, in the long-run - an off-grid system may save you much larger amount of money.
 
     
  The main components of an Off-Grid system are  
     
  Solar Array  
 
A Solar Array is a group of solar panels which absorb solar energy and convert this to DC power. The number and type of solar panels will determine how much energy you can produce, as will your geographic location.
 
     
  PV Combiner Box  
 
The PV Combiner Box usually includes GFCIs which protect your solar power system from equipment damage caused by power surges and short circuits. You can also shut down your solar power system at a moment's notice, allowing for safe maintenance, repair, and inspection.
 
     
  Charge Controller  
 
Your batteries will accept all electrical current running from the solar array, but overcharging can ruin them. Charge controllers ensure batteries don't receive current when they're charged to capacity, protecting your investment.
 
     
  DC Breaker Box  
 
The DC Breaker Box includes a Disconnect which will regulate the relationship between the battery bank and the inverter so it can be shut down at a moment's notice to replace, repair, or inspect the batteries safely.
 
     
  Battery Bank  
 
Batteries store the energy you collect through your array. Off-grid systems must collect enough energy to power your home or business until your batteries can be charged again.
 
     
  Inverter  
  Inverters take DC power and convert it to AC power. Most electrical systems (like that found in your home) run off of AC power.  
     
     
 
CSPL Offerings :
Sr. no Solar Power Pack Capacity in Wp System voltage Total recommended Load in Watts Daily Backup in hours Module type Battery type PCU type
1 1000 24 500 6 High efficiency Multi/Mono Crystalline OR Asi Modules Low maintenance Tubular Lead Acid batteries High Efficiency power conditioning unit with inbuilt MPPT
2 1500 24 800 6
3 1800 48 1000 6
4 2200 48 1200 6
5 2800 48 1500 6
6 3400 48 1800 6
7 3600 96 2000 6
8 4500 96 2500 6
9 5100 96 2800 6
 
     
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