Information About the Inverter
The Turkish meaning of inverter is inverter, that is, a conversion system. An inverter or inverter is an electronic device that converts direct current to alternating current. Direct current (DC) taken from a battery pack or solar panels is converted to 220 Volt single-phase or 380 Volt three-phase alternating current (AC), suitable for use. Whether your solar energy system is connected to the grid (On-Grid) or independent from the grid (Off-Grid), you should definitely use an inverter device. The Turkish meaning of inverter is inverter, that is, a conversion system.

Inverters are divided into two groups according to their intended use; generating alternating current (AC) from a direct current (DC) source. Changing the voltage or frequency of the generated AC current. With inverters, electricity is not produced from scratch, only the cycle is made. They draw all the energy used from the battery or solar panel and convert 12-24-48-110 V direct current to 220V or 380V alternating current. The difference between direct current and alternating current; direct current is the current that occurs when it circles from the power source to the consumption point and from the consumption point to the power source in the same direction. Alternating current, electrons change direction 50-60 times per second (50-60 Hertz) and are in a certain state of oscillation. One of the most important reasons for the widespread use of alternating current in the use of electricity has been that energy losses in energy transmission lines are less and their conversion can be achieved with simpler circuits.

Inverters are produced in different structures. The most preferred of these are full sine inverters. Full sine inverters receive the incoming waves as full sine and provide 94 percent efficiency. Full sine inverters are especially important in terms of longer life of electronic equipment. Modified sine inverters operate close to full sine. This type of inverter, which is generally used in white goods, emits square waves. Inverter technology is a large industrial field that is developing day by day and continues to offer different technologies. In addition to these, there are On-Grid and Off-Grid inverters and Hybrid inverter types used in solar energy systems.

The inverter, which cleans the voltage fluctuations and peaks coming from the network by passing it through the filter circuit, reduces the motor and mechanical parts errors caused by these effects. It minimizes the maintenance and repair costs of these parts and extends their life. In addition, the inverter allows savings by reducing reactive energy. They are widely used in solar energy systems. Inverters, which are also used in caravans and boats in order to use alternating current in motion, are also used in UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) devices used against power cuts and voltage changes. It is widely used in many areas where electricity is stored with the battery group and electricity is consumed in the form of alternating current. It is used in electronic devices such as televisions, lighting lamps, computers, drills and white goods. It is used in measuring instruments used in works that require precise measurement. They are also used in renewable energy sources such as wind turbines.

What are the Benefits of Using Inverter?
-Minimizing the faults of the motor and mechanical parts caused by the disturbing effects in the network frequency, keeping the repair and maintenance costs at a minimum level, thus prolonging the life of the motor and mechanical arrangement.

-For capacity control of a fixed speed pump or fan, throttling valves, louvers or dampers can be used. These devices increase the pressure, forcing the fan or pump to operate at a point on the curve that will allow less flow. Power use is a product of pressure and flow. Reducing the outlet increases pressure while reducing flow and saving some energy.

-Speed changes can be made quickly and inexpensively, since there is no need for gear or pulley assemblies for speed changes.

-Due to its soft starting feature, it contributes to a reduction in mechanical maintenance and breakdown costs, prolongation of maintenance periods and lifetimes due to the absence of the impact start and stop feature made to the mechanical mechanisms at the first start and stop.