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    How-To Articles

    DIY Solar Power Safety Tips

    DIY Solar Power Safety Tips
    Installing your own Photovoltaic Power system is not that difficult, and with a few simple precautions you can make it even easier. Working with any kind of electricity carries with it a certain risk factor, so we’ve compiled this article to make sure our customers understand the best ways to keep themselves safe when installing our kits. 

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    Epever e-Box WiFi App now available on iOS!

    Epever e-Box WiFi App now available on iOS!
    Our Epever e-Box WiFi is a great tool for wirelessly monitoring and setting parameters on your charge controller and inverter, and until recently the app was only available for Android devices. But now you can use the e-Box WiFi with any of your iOS devices!

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    Off-Grid Basics - Solar Power Systems 101

    Off-Grid Basics - Solar Power Systems 101

    Thinking of going off the grid with solar energy? We’ve created this complete guide to help you!

    Off grid living means you have no connection to the electric utility’s distribution network. When you go off-grid, you take on the role of the power company, generating and supplying the power to yourself. A fully functional off-grid solar system comes with four essential components: solar panels, batteries, a charge controller and an inverter. 

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    Series vs Parallel

    Series vs Parallel
    In this blog, we will talk about the differences between parallel and series connections, and how they are can be applied in an off-grid setup. 

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    What is the Best Inverter for Off-Grid Solar?

    What is the Best Inverter for Off-Grid Solar?
    The inverter is one of the four essential components in an off-grid solar system. The sole purpose of an inverter is to convert the Direct Current (DC) power that comes from your solar panels and batteries into Alternating Current (AC) power which runs most household appliances. Most inverters come with an AC outlet that you can plug a powerboard into directly, to run your appliances, as well as a wired connection so that you can use it to run lights installed in your caravan, for example.

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