There are a wide variety of models available, with various features and performance levels. Generally, hybrid inverters use a combination of renewable energy and non-renewable sources to provide electricity for your home. A hybrid inverter should be compatible with your battery bank voltage and DC input requirements, and should be able to supply your entire household’s electricity. Some models also include a monitoring system to ensure that the hybrid inverter is functioning properly.
Another feature of the hybrid solar inverter is its ability to connect multiple devices. The number of devices connected varies, depending on the size of the array. These devices are ideal for stand-alone or off-grid power systems. In addition to increasing your system’s self-consumption, hybrid solar inverters can provide backup power. They work like solar inverters but have an integrated battery charger. You can program your hybrid solar inverter to determine the most effective use of energy to meet your needs.
A hybrid solar inverter functions as a smart energy management system, introducing solar energy produced by solar panels into the electrical network. It also acts as a battery charger, storing surplus energy, and avoiding interruptions in electricity supply. Moreover, these inverters can store solar energy and use it as required. Hybrid inverters can store up to 15kVA and work with either solar panels or wind turbines to meet your energy demands.