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Chabco Solar works with clients based on a contract set forth and approved by both parties. However, that does not mean we are not willing to adjust certain liabilities to meet your needs.
There are several different types of solar-powered pumps depending on customer needs. But primarily there are four types of solar water pumps: submersible pumps and surface pumps, direct current (DC) pumps, and alternate current (AC) pumps.
The selection is based on the groundwater level and the water source. In the case of a borewell with a water table deeper than 10-15 meters, a submersible pump is used. If it is an open well, pond, etc…, using a surface pump is better. Also, the surface pump is installed when the water level is less than 10 meters.
No. Unfortunately, solar water pumps rely exclusively on sunlight, unless a hybrid power supply is connected to the pump. The pump is thus connected to the state electricity grid or a diesel generator set after making proper adjustments in the controller. These arrangements should be made only after consulting the manufacturer of the solar water pump.
The PV and Battery System is sized to meet your power needs, and at Chabco Solar, a qualified installer will review your electrical loads and help you select the right equipment. This will vary greatly, but as a very general guide, 75 to 120 watts of solar panels are required for every 200 Ah of batteries.
Think of batteries as your gas tanks. Proper charging and limited discharging are the key to long battery life.
Renewable Energy Consulting services can be provided as a stand-alone service or an integrated component of your project.
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