Solar Panels: Solar panels are the backbone of any photovoltaic (PV) system, converting sunlight into electricity through the photovoltaic effect. These panels consist of multiple solar cells made from semiconductor materials, typically silicon, which absorb photons from sunlight to generate direct current (DC) electricity. Modern solar panels are efficient and durable and come in various types such as monocrystalline, polycrystalline, and thin-film, catering to different installation needs and environmental conditions.

Inverters: This AC power is compatible with standard household appliances and can be fed into the electrical grid or used locally in off-grid systems. Inverters ensure optimal energy efficiency and performance by managing voltage levels, frequency, and overall system stability.

UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) Systems: UPS systems provide backup power during utility outages, ensuring continuous electricity supply to critical devices and appliances. They serve as a reliable safeguard against power interruptions, offering a seamless transition between grid power, battery backup, and generator backup if available.

Floodlights: Solar-powered floodlights utilize photovoltaic technology to illuminate outdoor spaces efficiently and sustainably. These lights incorporate integrated solar panels to harness sunlight during the day, storing energy in rechargeable batteries for nighttime operation. They offer adjustable brightness levels, motion sensors for enhanced security, and durable construction suitable for various outdoor applications, including pathways, gardens, and parking lots.

Backup House Batteries: Backup house batteries store excess solar energy generated during the day for later use, typically during evenings or periods of low sunlight. They integrate seamlessly with solar PV systems and inverters, optimizing the self-consumption of solar energy and providing energy independence by reducing reliance on the electrical grid.