Robust solutions and components for hybrid photovoltaic systems withstand even the most adverse environmental influences.
Along with supplying private households, hybrid photovoltaic systems are also used in the industrial environment, for example for sea water desalination, in mining, in agricultural operations, and for supplying energy to remote holiday resorts.
Hybrid photovoltaic systems are frequently installed under extreme climatic conditions. Therefore, along with the energy generation units, the accumulator, and the inverter, the devices required for controlling and regulating these units must also be able to withstand the harsh ambient conditions. The solutions and components from Phoenix Contact are ideal in terms of meeting these requirements.
The power measurement terminal for the tried-and-tested Inline I/O system records all voltages, currents, and power generated by the hybrid photovoltaic systems.
This means that you can obtain industry-proven automation and energy measurement components from a single source. The power measurement terminal enables alternating current values to be analyzed. Instantaneous values can be recorded and then evaluated.
The Phoenix Contact small-scale controllers can be used not only to regulate the complete hybrid photovoltaic systems, but also to implement continuous monitoring and efficient energy management.
They provide the option of connecting I/O signals or Modbus nodes. Additional controllers and systems can also be connected via the Ethernet interface.
To ensure the reliable operation of hybrid photovoltaic systems, all components of the system must be optimally coordinated. A Phoenix Contact small-scale controller can be used to control and regulate the entire application.
It works like an energy manager and ensures that the energy volumes required by the consumer are available at the right place and at the right time.