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Solar Pump Drives now available for PMSM , AC Induction and Solar Induction motors

Long cable between Solar pump drive and the motor

In a farm close to Magadi ( Karnataka) our customer Mr. Lohit Ramakrishnappa of Zolarified had installed a 5HP pump (with 3 phase AC induction motor) and Solar panels ( ~5kWp )  – it should have been an easy installation and commissioning. Only – none of the Solar MPPT drives…

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Customer Story : Techie uses Amberroot REhub to DIY his Solar install

Do it Yourselves (DIY) : Adding Solar PV in your house ! I have below a detailed blog from a ‘Techie’ Ajeet Sharma who set up a Solar plant in his house – all by himself. He used Amberroot’s REhub MPPT for the same. Like a true engineer, he is…

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Common Mistakes During Installation

Its common to make mistakes. Mistakes during installation can be catastrophic to a power product. See this video to understand how REhub is protected from common installation mistakes. At the very end – you can see the Solar terminals shorted – and yet REhub survives.

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Installing REhub MPPT -A Customer Video.

My Eco Day is a Solar Startup run by Ifthikar Javed. My Eco Day  has an online Solar store and recently they have also opened a brick and mortar Solar shop in Calicut, Kerala.Yesterday a  customer called me up asking for REhub after seeing a video done by My Eco…

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System Integrator Question Series – What Panel should I use with my PWM charger?

The other day, in a meeting with a system Integrator from Trivandrum (He has been a great supporter of our products and has given us tons of valuable feedback and some good business too) we were asked if it was OK to use a 60 Cell panel with 24 V…

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Will I save Money If I Install Solar ?

    Yes that is the bottom line isn’t it ? Should be straight forward to answer if – the Ifs and but(s) appear and the issue becomes too confusing.  Let me explain why. Installed Wp Vs What we actually get on field.  Wp rating of the Solar Panel is…

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How much Solar PV should I install in my home

This is another very commonly asked question.Here are some guidelines to determine the size of install in India. Money as a constraint : If Rooftop schemes with reverse or net metering is available in your locality ( not unless you are in Gandhinagar for example http://mnre.gov.in/file-manager/UserFiles/presentations-pwc-workshop-06092012/GEDA.pdf) install as much as you have…

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How a good MPPT charge controller (e.g. REhub) reduces system costs

REhub  is based on an high efficiency MPPT charge controller with the ability to accept a wide input MPPT range ( e.g 17 – 65 V for a 12V battery system). System_integrators can use this to their advantage by a) Selecting PV panels that are mass produced and therefore of lower…

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