The solar system mainly consists of the following parts:

Solar panel: It is the core device that converts solar energy into electrical energy. It is generally made of silicon material, and its surface is covered with many photosensitive materials. When sunlight shines on it, electron and hole pairs will be generated, which can be connected through the built-in circuit of the battery panel to form a current output.

Bracket: The solar panel is mainly installed on the bracket, and its angle is adjusted to keep the light perpendicular to the surface of the panel. Brackets can come in different forms and materials such as metal brackets, plastic brackets, concrete brackets, and more.

Inverter: Solar panels produce direct current, which usually needs to be converted to alternating current before they can be used. The inverter is an essential part of the solar power generation system, which can convert direct current into alternating current, and connect the output power of the solar power generation system to the grid.

Battery energy storage device (optional): If the solar panels cannot meet the electricity demand during the day (due to night and other reasons), the battery energy storage device can store the excess electricity during the day to meet the needs at night or during low light periods. electricity demand.

Electricity meters and monitoring equipment: Electricity meters record the amount of electricity generated by a solar system in order to evaluate the performance of the solar system. Monitoring equipment can monitor system parameters such as battery packs, inverters, and brackets in real time, and grasp system conditions in a timely manner and make adjustments.

To sum up, the solar energy system is mainly composed of solar panels, brackets, inverters, battery energy storage equipment (optional), electricity meters and monitoring equipment, and in different application environments, may also require other specific accessories and Accessories.