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Please see our Frequently Asked Questions below

What is a PV Solar System?

A Photo Voltaic (PV) Solar system consists of: a solar array (panels), a solar panel combiner, a solar regulator, an inverter and a storage battery bank (if the system is not a grid tie system, a grid tie system is normally installed without backup or battery banks). The system can convert solar rays into AC power 230V/ 50Hz.

Types of Residential Solar PV Systems

It can be difficult to picture exactly how the various components of a solar PV system fit together inside your home to ensure uninterrupted power creation and distribution. These behind-the-scenes schematics should help clarify how your solar panels, inverter, batteries and other components fit together.

How to size a Professional PV Solar System

The following advice is aimed at installers with a more advanced knowledge of solar power systems. For those making their first foray into solar power, we recommend you read our post titled “How much does Solar cost?”

Backup Systems for Long Power Failures

Sinetech’s range of backup power solutions, integrated into your DB board, are the answer to those difficult load shedding hours and other unplanned power failures. No noise, no petrol/diesel, no fumes.

Choosing a UPS System

Before choosing a UPS for your needs, we recommend you read this page and note the definitions explained. This will help you understand why certain UPS systems cost more and others less. These definitions can apply to all makes of UPS system whether they are supplied by us or not.

Advice on selecting an Inverter

Before choosing an Inverter for your needs, we recommend you read this page and note the definitions explained. This will help you understand why certain Inverters cost more and others less. These definitions can apply to all makes of Inverters whether they are supplied by us or not.

How to Choose a Battery Charger

Before choosing a Battery or Battery Charger for your needs, we recommend you read the notes which follow and the definitions explained. This will help you understand why certain Battery Chargers cost more and others less. These definitions can apply to all makes of Battery Chargers whether they are supplied by us or not.

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