Solar Power Is Cheaper With Surge Protection
There are different applications that will utilize the sun in order to generate electricity, generally being classified as residential or commercial. Both the applications have component makeup that are similar, and both the applications have the same issues and problems. Commercial solar power producers utilize solar panels to generate power for consumption by harvesting sunlight and transforming it into electricity using a sophisticated network of sensitive computer equipment. Residential applications use the same kinds of technology, just on a far smaller scale. However, one of the biggest causes of damage to these systems is the same for both types of application, coming in the form of lightning strikes and the associated surges that follow. In most cases, the strike itself does not actually provide the majority of costly damage, that is attributed to the large surge of electricity that follows. The damage is sustained in the form of circuitry and other components being overloaded by an amount of electrical flow that cannot be sustained by the system, and failures come at the points of the most sensitive equipment. The prevention of the actual strikes to the panels or the coupling of electricity into lines when a strike happens within a certain range of a panel is nearly impossible, but the prevention of the damage that is produced by the subsequent surge is possible through the integration of surge protective devices (SPDs.)
These surge protective devices work in the same basic capacity as the typical surge suppressors of the past, by utilizing a method of cutting the flow of electricity past the point of installation in order to protect everything on the other side of it. Grounding to Earth is another form of surge protection which allows electrical overflow to divert to the ground instead of up wires, but grounding is not always effective. This is why the installation of SPDs at strategic points in the chain of equipment is so crucial for preservation of the life spans of components. By allowing the electrical ground to do it's job and then creating a redundant protection through the installation of an SPD in between the point of origin of the surge and the equipment will create the biggest barrier available, and provide the most protection against damage.
In the past, the surge protective devices that were installed into solar systems were a simple cutoff switch that prevented the flow to move past it. This device was either destroyed by the surge itself, or would need to have components of itself replaced or replugged once it performed its duty. This essentially takes systems offline, but also opens the potential of a subsequent strike and surge overwhelming the system that was just protected. A new generation of SPDs designed for these types of environments now can remain functional after they prevent a surge from flowing past, and do not need resetting or replacement. In some systems, they will actually allow the entire system to remain online and functioning even after an overflow incident, allowing solar power systems to remain online longer. Through the utilization of the new generation SPDs in conjunction with effective grounding and other protection measures, solar system owners of both the residential kind and the industrial kind can provide a level of protection that will save them time and money over the lifespan of their solar system. Through the installation of simple and affordable devices, larger expenses associated with damage can be minimized if not eliminated completely. Unprotected systems will eventually fail in most cases, but protected systems can outlast even the most optimistic predictions of their useful life spans.
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