SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION
Installation Guide for Solar Panel
Solar Panel Installation | Go Green with Nusa Solar Panel
Nusa Solar is one of the leading and reliable solar energy panel providers in Bali, Indonesia. We believe that solar power is fundamental to a clean energy future. Therefore, use the sun’s radiations to turn it into electricity efficiently and cost-effectively for a better future. We have years of experience in Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) business; hence, understand the key parts to make Solar Panel Installation a successful story throughout its lifetime. Delivering the best panel surya Bali has to offer, Nusa Solar is powered by a team of passionate engineers with more than a decade of experience developing solar projects around Indonesia and beyond its borders.
Why Choose Nusa Solar?
We make sure you receive the best possible solar panel design and energy output. Our team of experienced technicians conducts complete testing with our Testing Procedures and Solar Equipment to make sure if your system is performing as it should be. Right from the initial consulting stage to delivering the product, we assist you throughout the project to make sure the highest standards are applied for the best results out of your Solar Plants.
We offer solar panel installation and check-up by conducting a survey after your installation and executing a complete report. All information from our plants is obtained and analyzed on a real-time basis to maximize the performance and reduce the downtime period of your solar installation.
How to Install Solar Panel
1. Right Direction and Angle
Solar panel Bali are installed at the rooftops of your house or commercial establishment. The best direction to face solar panels is south since here they receive the maximum sunlight. The Solar panel tilt angle should be decided according to the latitude of your location anywhere in the world. Take help from a solar tracker to increase the conversion efficiency.
2. Assemble Solar Panels
Once the base structure is fixed on the rooftop, it's time to connect it with solar modules. Make sure that all the nuts and bolts of solar modules are fixed with solar structure.
3. Electrical Wiring
Use the universal MC4 connectors to connect solar panels. Connect the positive wire from one module to the negative wire of another module. In the case of a parallel connection, connect the positive to positive and negative to negative leads.
4. The Connection Between Solar Panel and Solar Inverter
Connect the solar panel to the backside of the inverter. The positive wire from the solar panel goes to the positive inverter terminal and the negative wire with the negative terminal of the inverter. Make sure the inverter is turned off during the wire connection.
After all the connections are done, switch on the mains. The solar unit will show a digital display that shows the total solar unit generated during the day. It is calculated in volt and current (amp) from solar panels etc.