Voltage regulator for residential photovoltaic inverters.
All its advantages
- It always supplies the inverter with the right voltage, even when this is variable at the input.
- Geko protects the inverters from external overvoltage, this allows to avoid annoying breakdowns and expensive repairs.
- Moreover, Geko allows the inverter to operate in any input voltage situation (a particularity that makes it unique in the sector). In fact, its wide range (187-260V) means that the production of the system is always continuous and does not go through interruptions, always obtaining the maximum possible production.
- The installation of Geko is minimally invasive, in fact, it is installed downstream of the bidirectional meter.
|Rated input voltage||187 – 260 V|
|Load variation||da 0% al 100%|
|Power factor of the load||Not decisive|
|Waveform at the output||sinusoidal|
|Full load efficiency||98%|
|Working environment temperature||-25°C ÷ +45°C|
|Cooling down||Natural circulation|
|Degree of protection of the container||IP44|
The geko range is divided into two categories:
Choosing the energy of the sun for the energy needs of your home is a sustainable choice that contributes to reducing the emissions of CO2 and other pollutants in the air. Here are the main questions and answers for those who want to switch to an alternative and environmentally friendly source of energy.
Photovoltaics is a technology that converts the energy of the sun, therefore a source of clean and 100% renewable energy, into electricity used to satisfy fully or partially energy needs.
Can solar panels be installed indoors? Of course, if there is enough space. The modules of a photovoltaic system can be installed on the roof of the building, but also on the terrace or balcony, on a facade of the house or on the ground.
In the case of self-consumption, that is to say of a system that is able to completely satisfy the energy needs of a house, we are talking about 100% savings.
The unit of measurement is the KW / p, the peak kilowatt, that is to say the maximum power that the panels can reach in absorbing solar radiation, therefore under optimal conditions and in a situation of maximum thermal efficiency.