Nationwide Home Solar Power Contractors and Information
generators provide valuable, gas-free backup power for homes in the
event of a blackout. They are ideal for remote locations, such as
cabins, summer homes, RVs and other trips into the wilderness. Solar
generators are typically small, often portable, and very easy to
generators consist of one or more solar panels, a battery and an
inverter. The most convenient models are plug-and-play, meaning that no
real installation is required. When the power goes out or when you’re
off the grid, simply plug your essential appliances or lights into the
generator. These generators come with some length of electric cord so
the panel can be placed where it will receive the maximum amount of
sunlight while still powering electrical devices in the home, cabin or
more complex and stationary solar generator is a battery backup system.
In these systems, more than one solar panel is fixed to the roof or on
ground mounts, providing electricity to a bank of batteries that can be
connected to the home power supply in a way that ensures the generator
will kick on automatically in the event of a power failure.
Installation of solar backup systems is significantly more complex than
standalone generators and is usually best to hire an electrician or
solar installer to do the job. Although, if necessary, directions for
installation should be available from the manufacturer. Be sure to
follow them closely.
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