Solar panels may be on top, but it’s the inverter that does all the real work. Choosing the right inverter technology to pair with your panels is a critical decision we will make when designing your solar installation. We only use the most advanced inverter technology on the market, which means higher production, greater reliability, and unmatched warranty and safety.
The solar panels on your roof absorb daylight in the form of DC power (direct current). A microinverter (tucked beneath each panel) or main inverter then converts the DC power to AC (alternating current). This is the form of electricity that can be used in your home.
We have an array of inverters from mini single-phase (700W to 2.5kW) to a mid range single-phase with Dual MPPT (2.5kW to 8kW) and three-phase (5kW to 20kW) up to commercial units ranging from 25kW and 30kW Triple MPPT, through 36kW to 60kW Quad MPPT and all the way up to 80kW and 100kW with 9 or 10 MPPTs.
There are many different kinds of solar panels available, and they all depend on the size, but they also usually come in two varieties - mono-crystalline, which are slightly more powerful than poly-crystalline. Each different type of solar panel has its own advantages, and can suit different needs.read more
If you have a lot of solar panels, or need backup power, you may need a battery system to store the excess energy your solar panels produce. This way, it can be used at night or during power outages. Battery storage units can be fitted as a stand alone item or as part of an integrated SolarPV system.read more
The inverter is the component that transforms the direct current (DC) electricity generated by your solar panels into the alternating current (AC) that powers your home or business. When you’re ready to install solar, Navitas will choose an inverter that suits the needs of your project and your budget.read more