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The electricity produced by the solar panels cannot be used directly in the household, as the panels produce direct current. However, most household devices and the electrical grid use alternating current. Therefore, an inverter is needed to convert direct current into alternating current. With it, solar energy can be used in the household or fed into the grid.

The inverter is often called the heart and brain of the solar power plant, as its functions are central to the operation of the solar power system.

To make the current usable:

An inverter converts direct current into alternating current that can be used in a household.

Production optimization:

The inverter monitors the current and voltage values of the panels so that they produce electricity as efficiently as possible.

Ensuring safety:

The inverter is also a key component in terms of system safety. For example, it has a cooling function that prevents the system from overheating. In addition, it monitors the frequency of the power grid and lowers the power if necessary. In the event of a malfunction, the inverter can disconnect the system from the power grid.

Increasing personal consumption:

Electricity produced on your own roof is cheaper than electricity bought from the network. The smart inverter ensures that as much of the electricity produced as possible is used for your own needs.

Generating backup power:

In the event of a disruption in the distribution network, solar electricity can be produced, used in the household and stored in the battery only if the inverter has a backup function.

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