SOLAR Energy Driver - VFDs
Our models where you can use solar (solar energy) panels to start a motor are included in this section.
We have 2 main divisions;
1- These are the models; for 3-phase 220v motors, the input operating range is 180- 440vdc.
2- 3 phase models; up to 150kw input operating voltage is 350-900vdc.
You can find other technical details in the descriptions section of each product.
None of the solar control inverters we have exhibited are suitable for standard supply voltage purposes. So it is not for your 220volt (1 phase +1 neutral) or 380volt machines.
It is worth repeating (to avoid unnecessary phone traffic). All of the solar products on our website are "for speed control of 3 phase ac motor". So, for example, if you have a submersible pump for irrigation, it's ok, but if you want to run a refrigerator in my vineyard house, our devices will not respond to such applications.
We have written the input and output types+purpose of use one by one on each device's own page. Therefore, if you have a 1 phase 220volt motor, we do not have a solution for them. The motors that our solar inverters can run have to be "3-phase".
On the other hand, there is no solar panel sales or technical support on our website. Our only business is drive and speed control systems.
We do not offer a company that can sell solar panels or sell batteries for solar systems. Please do not expect consultancy service from us for matters that we do not have control over.
We have written the minimum and maximum voltage values required by our devices separately for each product. However, especially if you are going to operate a submersible pump, it is more advantageous for you to choose a maximum size large inverter (driver), taking into account that the nominal currents of the submersible motors are higher than the standard motors.
The products on our solar page are evaluated separately and explanations are written. We tried to provide objective guidance by taking the opinions of our experienced customers, who spent years on the mountain and on the slope, one by one. If you don't have much technical knowledge on the subject, consider the "editor's note" section on the product pages. The user editor comments here are for as healthy referrals as possible without commercial concerns.
You can reach the commissioning video trainings and other technical details of the products we sell on our forum page.