Photovoltaic Laboratory: Safety, Code-Compliance, and Commercial Off-the-Shelf Equipment is the only textbook that offers students the opportunity to design, build, test, and troubleshoot practical PV systems based on commercially available equipment. Complete with electrical schematics, layouts, and step-by-step installation instructions, this hands-on laboratory manual: Promotes qsafety firstq by covering working in extreme weather conditions, personal protective equipment, working at heights, electrical safety, and power tool safety Includes chapters on trade math, DC/AC electrical circuits, and assessing a property for a photovoltaic system (e.g., surveying the available space, shading, and solar harvest) Discusses aspects of mechanical and electric integration specific to different roof types, and characterizing a PV module under different levels of irradiation and ambient temperature Addresses the design, installation, and testing of off-grid PV systems with DC-only loads and with DC and AC loads, as well as 2.4 kw DC grid-tied PV systems with microinverters and string inverters Trains students on exactly the sort of equipment that they will encounter in the field, so they gain valuable experience and skills that translate directly to real-world applications Photovoltaic Laboratory: Safety, Code-Compliance, and Commercial Off-the-Shelf provides in-depth, project-driven instruction on everything from attaching brackets and flashing to modeling PV cells, modules, and arrays. This textbook is ideal preparation for those seeking a career in the PV industryafrom system installers and designers to quality assurance and sales/marketing personnel.Refrigerator/freezer: Steca PF 166 solar fridge/freezer, 12 V/4a8A or 24 V/2a4 A, 3AdC setting ac 170 Wh/day during the summer (30AdC ambient temperature) ac 90 Wh /day during the winter (20AdC ambient temperature) ac Smart phone: Apple iPhone 4S. ... NiMH battery charger: GoalZero Guide10Plus battery pack containing four each of 1.2 V, 2.50 Ah AA NiMH batteries (12 ... This pack does not charge AA batteries but contains about 2A the energy of the goal zero unit and is particularly anbsp;...
|Author||:||Peter T. Parrish|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2015-09-15|