How do I get energy from an on-grid solar system during a powercut?

Getting energy from an on-grid solar system during a powercut might seem tricky, but it's possible with the right setup. Here's a simple explanation of how it works:

  1. Solar Panels: First, you need solar panels on your roof. These solar panels soak up sunlight and turn it into electricity, which goes to your home.

  2. Inverter: The electricity generated by the solar panels is in a special form called DC. To use it in your home, you need an inverter. It changes DC into the AC power your appliances use.

  3. Grid Connection: Normally, your extra electricity goes back to the grid. But during a blackout, the grid is off, and your solar system usually stops working to prevent accidents.

  4. Battery Backup: To get energy during a blackout, you'll need a battery backup system. This stores the excess energy your panels make during the day for use at night or during blackouts.

  5. Switching Control: A special switch or control system helps you disconnect from the grid when there's a blackout and use the stored energy from your batteries to power your home.

  6. Enjoy Electricity: Now, your solar system can keep your lights on, fridge running, and devices charged, even when the grid is down.

Remember, it's essential to have a qualified technician set up your solar system and battery backup to ensure it's safe and works correctly during blackouts.

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