Are your solar panels taken care of in the summer?

- Jan 16, 2019-

Many people think that summer distributed solar power systems generate electricity and generate electricity, but they care less about rooftop photovoltaic solar power plants. In fact, if the temperature is too high, the humidity of the air is too high, and the bad weather such as heavy rain and thunderstorms will often bring negative impacts or even safety hazards to the rooftop photovoltaic solar panel power station. What should we do?


1. Keep ventilation


Whether it is a photovoltaic panel or an inverter, the distribution box should be kept ventilated to ensure air circulation. For solar photovoltaic panels of rooftop solar panels photovoltaic power plants, it is important not to arrange the arrangement of distributed solar photovoltaic system components in order to generate more power, resulting in the connection between solar photovoltaic panels and panels. Blocking each other and affecting heat dissipation and ventilation, resulting in low power generation.


So, if someone is fooling you to install a few photovoltaic solar panels on a limited area, be careful. The reliable brand owners will provide reasonable design according to the roof of your home before the installation, based on the roof of the home solar power system, instead of letting you have a few photovoltaic solar panels.


For the owners of photovoltaic agricultural greenhouses, ventilation should be considered. Ventilation can be set in the blind area of the back of the greenhouse, so as not to affect the growth conditions of the crops, the temperature of the operating environment of the solar photovoltaic system is suitable.


2. Roofing photovoltaic solar power station around the debris in time to clean up


To avoid affecting the heat dissipation of rooftop solar photovoltaic power stations, it is necessary to ensure that the photovoltaic solar power panels, inverters, and distribution boxes are wide open, and if there are debris accumulation, clean up in time.


3. Set a parasol for the inverter distribution box


Household PV inverters are generally IP65 rated, with a certain degree of wind, dust and water resistance. However, when the inverter and distribution box work, they must also dissipate heat, so install the inverter and distribution box. When it is installed in a place where it is protected from rain and rain, it must be installed in the open air. Then make a simple awning for the inverter and distribution box to prevent direct sunlight. Avoid overheating the inverter and distribution box and affect the amount of power generated.