Application scenarios of KTECH's off-grid system
The KTECH off-grid photovoltaic power generation system can be used by itself and has flexible application. In practical applications, off-grid solar power generation systems can be seen everywhere, such as solar street lights, traffic lights, agricultural pest control lights, etc. Especially in some remote mountainous areas without grid coverage, the important role of off-grid photovoltaic power plants is relatively prominent.
Suitable areas for off-grid photovoltaic power generation systems
1. Home power supply: It is especially suitable for independent living families, such as urban villas and rural families. For urban residential areas, households living on the top floor or families with larger private balconies are also more suitable;
2. School power supply: It is especially suitable for primary and secondary schools and kindergartens. In these places, more electricity is generally used during the day, and the electricity consumption is not large;
3. Hospital power supply: It can be integrated with the hospital's emergency power supply system, which can effectively improve the reliability and economy of the hospital's emergency power supply;
4. Public power supply of urban community: It can be installed in the public part of urban community, connected to the public power room of the community, and used as the public electricity of the community;
5. Power supply of office buildings of government departments, enterprises and institutions: It is centrally installed on the top floor of the office building, and is connected to the low-voltage power distribution cabinet of the building as public electricity.
For users in areas without power grids or areas with frequent power outages, off-grid photovoltaic power generation systems have strong practicability. Especially in order to solve the lighting problem during a power outage, DC energy-saving lamps can be used, which is very practical. Therefore, off-grid power generation systems are specially designed for use in areas without power grids or areas with frequent power outages.