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Azimut’s photovoltaic water pumping systems work either with AC or in DC. The inverter transforms the AC or DC input to 3x230VAC to run a submersible pump. It is useful for farming and household use of underground water, in particular.
What does a photovoltaic water pumping system consist of?
Azimut’s photovoltaic water pumping system is made up of three main components: PV modules, a solar inverter, and a submersible pump. When the PV modules are exposed to sunlight, they produce direct current (DC) electricity to feed the solar inverter. The inverter then transforms the direct current electricity into 3X230 VAC to run the submersible pump. Our systems range from 0.33 kW or 0.5 HP to 7.5 kW or 10 HP.
Water pumping is one of the simplest and most appropriate uses for photovoltaic. From crop irrigation to stock watering to domestic uses, photovoltaic-powered pumping systems meet a broad range of water needs. Most of these systems have the added advantage of storing water for use when the sun is not shining, eliminating the need for batteries, enhancing simplicity and reducing overall system costs.