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SOLAR PUMP CONTROLLER


 

 

Beta SOLAR PUMP CONTROLLER (SOLAR PUMP INVERTER-IP65) A transformer-less Inverter system, with 110/160/230/320/415Vac, 3-phase output voltage and V/F control to manage pump starting condition (soft start). The equipment is micro controller based and operated with software for digital control of inverter parameters, fault finding-diagnostics and digital I/O signaling.

BETA  SOLAR PUMP CONTROLLER TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONMPPT CONTROLLER

With the Inbuilt MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) function, it regulates the output frequency according to irradiation in real time to achieve the maximum power. Adopting the proposed dynamic VI maximum power point tracking (MPPT) control method, fast response and stable operation, better than the conventional methods, which may lead to the problems including poor tracking performance, unstable or even cause water hammer damaging when the irradiation on the array changes rapidly.

SALIENT FEATURES OF BETA  SOLAR PUMP CONTROLLER

 

  • When solar power is not available controller can be automatically or manually switched to an alternating single phase or three phase input ac supply.
  • High resolution LCD display shows speed(%), input DC voltage, Output AC/PWM voltage and current system status.
  • Uses MPPT technology to maximize water delivery at various solar energy level.
  • MPPT maximize power points tracking for maximizing the effciency of input power.
  • GSM option also available to controls and monitor remote locations pumps.
  • Remote telemetry capability through RS485 continuous data points(optional)
  • High flow systems for faster tank fill and significant water outputs.
  • Simple installation and easy maintenance.
  • The control unit convert that(DC) power into alternating current for AC power ans supply is further given to the submersible pump through cable.
  • Operate through Beta mobile APP.

 

 

 

 

 



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Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationDewatering System
Maximum Fluid Temperature45 Degree C
Maximum Flow Rate100 L/min
Model Part Numberbp3.5SPS415
Rated power (KW)2.2kw
Frequency50/60
Off-Timeryes
Country of OriginMade in India

Solar Pumping SystemsIntroduction

Solar pumping systems are made up of solar panels, pump controller, a pump and somewhere for the water to go to, like a tank or dam.

The pump may be driven by either a direct current, DC, or an alternating current, AC, motor. For DC powered pumps, the solar controller regulates the DC voltage and current from the solar panels to match the load of the pump to the available power.

 

For AC powered pumps, the controller or solar pumping inverter, converts the DC power from the solar panels to alternating current, AC, to drive the pump. To match the solar panel power to the pump load, the solar pumping inverter varies the output frequency of the AC delivered to the pump, much like a variable speed drive, up to the maximum pump running speed. AC pumps may be powered by either single phase or 3 phase supply depending upon the pump power required.

 

DC or AC Pump?

Why the difference? Commonly, DC powered pumps are small, generally speaking less than 1000W. Whereas AC powered pumps range in size from a 500W to 2.2kW for single phase and from 500W to 100kW or more for 3 phase pumps.

For low power applications, DC pumps may be more cost effective. For larger system AC systems offer advantages in cost, operating efficiency, grid connection or alternative AC sources and choice of system components.

Operation of the pumping system may be monitored through a adding sensors to detect low water in the bore, high water in tanks or troughs or by monitoring line pressures and operations may be controlled localized switches, radio, telephone or internet networks. For more details, talk through your particular requirements with one of our consultants.

 

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 Solar systems may also be added to existing pump installations reducing costs whilst giving new to existing value in existing equipment.

They offer new opportunities to farm more efficiently and more sustainably where traditional infrastructure simply does not exist or is prohibitively expensive.

To discover more of what can be achieved contact us today.


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Approx. 14,500 / Piece Get Latest Price

Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationDewatering System
Brandbeta power
Model Name/Numberbp5hp415
Capacity5HP
Model Part Numberbp5SPS415
Warranty12
Motor PhaseThree phase
Country of OriginMade in India

Solar Pumping SystemsIntroduction

Solar pumping systems are made up of solar panels, pump controller, a pump and somewhere for the water to go to, like a tank or dam.

The pump may be driven by either a direct current, DC, or an alternating current, AC, motor. For DC powered pumps, the solar controller regulates the DC voltage and current from the solar panels to match the load of the pump to the available power.

 

For AC powered pumps, the controller or solar pumping inverter, converts the DC power from the solar panels to alternating current, AC, to drive the pump. To match the solar panel power to the pump load, the solar pumping inverter varies the output frequency of the AC delivered to the pump, much like a variable speed drive, up to the maximum pump running speed. AC pumps may be powered by either single phase or 3 phase supply depending upon the pump power required.

 

DC or AC Pump?

Why the difference? Commonly, DC powered pumps are small, generally speaking less than 1000W. Whereas AC powered pumps range in size from a 500W to 2.2kW for single phase and from 500W to 100kW or more for 3 phase pumps.

For low power applications, DC pumps may be more cost effective. For larger system AC systems offer advantages in cost, operating efficiency, grid connection or alternative AC sources and choice of system components.

Operation of the pumping system may be monitored through a adding sensors to detect low water in the bore, high water in tanks or troughs or by monitoring line pressures and operations may be controlled localized switches, radio, telephone or internet networks. For more details, talk through your particular requirements with one of our consultants.

 

Video Player00:00    01:08

 

 Solar systems may also be added to existing pump installations reducing costs whilst giving new to existing value in existing equipment.

They offer new opportunities to farm more efficiently and more sustainably where traditional infrastructure simply does not exist or is prohibitively expensive.

To discover more of what can be achieved contact us today.


Yes! I am interested


REQUEST CALLBACK
Get Best Quote

Approx. 22,500 / Piece Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationDewatering System
Maximum Flow Rate100 L/min
Frequency50/60
Country of OriginMade in India

Solar Pumping SystemsIntroduction

Solar pumping systems are made up of solar panels, pump controller, a pump and somewhere for the water to go to, like a tank or dam.

The pump may be driven by either a direct current, DC, or an alternating current, AC, motor. For DC powered pumps, the solar controller regulates the DC voltage and current from the solar panels to match the load of the pump to the available power.

 

For AC powered pumps, the controller or solar pumping inverter, converts the DC power from the solar panels to alternating current, AC, to drive the pump. To match the solar panel power to the pump load, the solar pumping inverter varies the output frequency of the AC delivered to the pump, much like a variable speed drive, up to the maximum pump running speed. AC pumps may be powered by either single phase or 3 phase supply depending upon the pump power required.

 

DC or AC Pump?

Why the difference? Commonly, DC powered pumps are small, generally speaking less than 1000W. Whereas AC powered pumps range in size from a 500W to 2.2kW for single phase and from 500W to 100kW or more for 3 phase pumps.

For low power applications, DC pumps may be more cost effective. For larger system AC systems offer advantages in cost, operating efficiency, grid connection or alternative AC sources and choice of system components.

Operation of the pumping system may be monitored through a adding sensors to detect low water in the bore, high water in tanks or troughs or by monitoring line pressures and operations may be controlled localized switches, radio, telephone or internet networks. For more details, talk through your particular requirements with one of our consultants.

 

Video Player00:00    01:08

 

 Solar systems may also be added to existing pump installations reducing costs whilst giving new to existing value in existing equipment.

They offer new opportunities to farm more efficiently and more sustainably where traditional infrastructure simply does not exist or is prohibitively expensive.

To discover more of what can be achieved contact us today.


Yes! I am interested


 






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