THE GRID TIE INVERTER

THE GRID TIE INVERTER from Ladder Technologies Pty Ltd

By: Ladder Technologies Pty Ltd  04-Dec-2012
Keywords: Inverter, Grid Tie Inverter

The new GTI 250W grid tie inverter now has AS-4777 and AS-3100 certifications for Australia and New Zealand. Now it is possible for home owners to install small systems simply and safely. The do it your self can purchase these small affordable units and have the confidence that they have been tested and approved in Australia to Australian standards. This is the first time having a unit of this size, portability and instant low voltage safe installation has become available on market. THE GRID TIE INVERTER Grid-tie inverters are used in wind solar, hydro and energy systems that connect to the utility grid. Grid tied inverters convert DC electricity to AC pure sine wave power, the type needed to power household appliances such as TV's, radios and computers. A Grid-tie Inverter (GTI) takes the electricity generated by the renewable energy system and sends it to the power distribution panel in your home or office. From there the power may be used by loads within your home or if not needed it will be redirected to the utility grid. When there is no energy generated, utility power is pulled from the grid to provide power to your home. This is the back bone of your alternative energy system.

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