Solar Inverter –
Solar panels generate electricity in Direct Current (DC) form, while the electrical appliances need AC form of electricity to run. A solar inverter converts the Direct Current (DC) to AC (Alternating Current) to run the appliances.
There are many types of solar inverter available in the market. With new technology, the solar inverter is evolving day by day. Micro-inverter is the latest technology available in the market. The Solar inverters come in different capacities. Their price also varies on various factors like brand, technology, generation, capacity, etc. Its price may vary from Rs2.5 to Rs7 (per watt) with a warranty of 5/7/10 years.