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 Solar battery

Solar cells are a small power plant that has become the most modern and common way to extract energy from the sun. How does it work? Solar panels constructed from photovoltaic focal points are exposed to sunlight. They produce 12 or 24 V DC. They use a charging regulator to transfer it to the battery. The controller transfers the stored energy to the 230 V inverter, converting 12 V DC to the usual 230 V. The sun's radiation is directly converted into electrical energy. Such a solar cell consists of a plurality of photovoltaic focal points connected in parallel or in series to obtain the required voltage. One link is not enough to get the right voltage This is why it is necessary to combine dozens of components to form a solar module. These in turn form a photovoltaic system. This is a good way to charge the battery