As much as you want to think of it as sunlight, not a miracle.
Of course, it can generate energy from free things. But there is also no problem
Here are some of the most common problems you can encounter on solar systems:
Micro-cracks: These things happen on solar panels and small tears.
(Microscopes) that make their home in your solar cells Cracks may be the result of poor handling during the transportation or installation process or may occur during production itself.
While the effects of these cracks may not occur immediately,
over time they can expand and when small cracks grow up – that is when you can end up losing the production of solar energy.
Although your control panel is designed to receive heat from the sun, there are some spots that become warm due to overloading.
This is a result of connections that are not properly soldered,
resulting in low resistance and higher voltages within the panel area that may lead to short circuits.
Usually your control panel will be installed with both air and water.
But there are some cases where moisture entering the panel causes rust (Or corrosion),
which is usually the result of an ineffective coating process causing moisture to seep.
Usually, you can tell if this is the case or not because you will see dark spots on the panel.
No, we’re not talking about snails crawling back and forth in your stall. In this sense,
the snail’s path is where the colors of the panels fade, which generally occurs after only a few years of use.
It is caused by the defect of money being used in the production process which leads to the chemicals being transferred across the control panel.
The snail’s path usually occurs near the edge of the cell or near a small crack.
Potential for reducing induction:
PID is where nomadic currents create a decrease in induction efficiency which leads to accelerating aging and decreasing efficiency.
If your solar panels are more than 3-4 years old, you may start to have problems that can cause up to 30% of energy loss.
Then how can i tell
There is nothing in the world without problems and no matter how good your solar system is, there are always things that can go wrong.
(That’s not to say it’s good, but it works). If you notice that you are not saving too much on electricity bills or you don’t think you get the energy you deserve, something might be wrong.
There are many problems that may occur with solar energy. But if you are wondering, how do you know if your solar power is working at the right level? And there’s no sure way to find it.
When you invest in solar energy, you need to check your system.
An intelligent monitor can help to track the amount of energy your system is exporting. Your monitor tracks the efficiency of the solar system.
(In real time) and provide important information such as when you can turn off hot water to save money and notify you if there are any errors or alerts you need to be aware of.
If your monitor is connected to the solar system when installed, it means you can start monitoring immediately.
It connects through the meter board and connects to your computer or phone, providing the latest information about your solar energy usage.
It can tell you when your energy usage is increasing, so you know the rush hour in your home.
If usage and analysis seem to be inconsistent through the Smart Monitor, it may be time to check your panel as there may be a problem.