SINUSSTROM Sinushammer

 

For the first time it is possible to have a simple self sufficiency by using a photovoltaic system and a combined battery storage with the 
Sinusstrom Kraftzwerk. The phase with the 
main consumers of the House is fed at the house 
connection box by the main-synchronized but 
not on-grid working inverter from the PV plant 
and the battery storage system respectively. In 
this way, a high degree of self-sufficiency can be 
achieved. As soon as the batteries fall below 30 % 
of their nominal capacity and no more PV electricity is generated, there is a changeover to mains 
operation. With only 8 PV panels, which are installed on the unused roof area or in the garden, 
you can install up to 2,000 Wp. This corresponds to 
a power generation of 2,000 kWh a year and the 
power consumption of a family of three. The usual 
consumers of a household are connected to the 
inverter which is transforming the generated direct current of the connected solar plant into alternating current.

For the first time it is possible to have a simple self sufficiency by using a photovoltaic system and a combined battery storage with the Sinusstrom Sinushammer. The phase with the main consumers of the House is fed at the house connection box by the main-synchronized but not on-grid working inverter from the PV plant and the battery storage system respectively. In this way, a high degree of self-sufficiency can be achieved. As soon as the batteries fall below 30 % of their nominal capacity and no more PV electricity is generated, there is a changeover to mains operation. With only 8 PV panels, which are installed on the unused roof area or in the garden, you can install up to 2,000 Wp. This corresponds to a power generation of 2,000 kWh a year and the power consumption of a family of three. The usual consumers of a household are connected to the inverter which is transforming the generated direct current of the connected solar plant into alternating current.