Posts Tagged ‘power output’

Important Parameters in Solar Panel Installations

February 13th, 2019 | Make a comment | Posted in Energy Efficiency - solar
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solar installation improper installationSolar panels are great. Not only are these photovoltaic modules a great option for micro power generation, but they also provide clean, renewable energy. Before going ahead to install or procure a solar panel, there are certain parameters that define its properties, which you should be conversant with.

Read more to find out what are these paremeters as Tido, an electrical engineer, explains and gives details for each of them. Don’t forget to leave a comment and send us articles via email too if you want to participate in this blog!

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Generator Ratings (back to basics)

April 5th, 2013 | 5 Comments | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Here is another article written by one of the member of the Electrical Engineering community. His last article was about Electric Generator Terminologies.

Hello friends, today’s topic, as the name suggests, is about generator ratings. I chose to share about this topic because when an Electrical Engineer is in field dealing with generators, then it’s very important for him to know the rating of under process generator otherwise he may cause a great loss.

Generator rating is a set of specified values which are specified for that particular generator model by its manufacturers. It must be capable of supplying that much power output in an accurate way that is anticipated by the manufacturer.

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