July 2023

Voltage Fluctuations Begone! Experience Stable Power with Servo Stabilizer for Your Residence.

By |2023-07-08T11:58:51+05:30July 8th, 2023|

The Servo Controlled Voltage Stabilizer (5kVA) is a precision-designed voltage regulation solution that ensures stable and reliable power supply for sensitive electronic equipment. With a capacity of 5kVA (5000VA), it is suitable for various applications, including small to medium-sized commercial establishments, offices, and industrial setups. Issues Voltage fluctuations are variations in the voltage levels [...]

January 2023

Need for AC earth pits in solar installations?

By |2024-03-05T13:54:42+05:30January 24th, 2023|

For solar rooftop installations, it's often unnecessary to install new AC earth pits. Existing AC earth pits, if designed properly to handle fault current, are usually sufficient. In a solar setup, the overall AC current in the circuit doesn't increase. Before solar, if 10A flowed in the AC circuit, the entire 10A came from the [...]

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December 2021

Acceptable variation in Tilt angle of solar panels at a site

By |2021-12-11T11:08:01+05:30December 11th, 2021|

In certain cases, there would be a variation in the tilt angle of solar panels at a single site itself due to unevenness of the roof, solar arrays spread across multiple roofs, curvature of barriers, uneven cement patches and to avoid shadows from adjacent solar tables and walls. In such cases, customers can raise the [...]

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Inverter Clipping Losses – SolarEdge

By |2021-12-11T11:21:45+05:30December 11th, 2021|

We get questions from clients about oversizing of inverters and why we are connecting more panels to an inverter - like connecting 33 kWp of panels to a 27.6 kVA inverter. Isn't this inefficient or a wastage of solar panels? Let's say that we are using 380Wp panels. The panel is rated 380Wp under STC [...]

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October 2021

Can DC, AC and LA earth pits be connected together?

By |2021-10-17T13:09:51+05:30October 17th, 2021|

Technically Yes. All earthing pits should be bonded together so that there is equipotential bonding amongst them thus preventing back-feed from earth. However, some DISCOMs insist that DC earthing pits, AC earthing pits and LA pits should be kept separate. Please have a read of Legrand's Protection against Lightning Effects guide (Page 8) which [...]

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September 2021

Earthing practices at EcoSoch

By |2021-10-25T15:08:30+05:30September 27th, 2021|

With highly sensitive electrical and electronic components in solar installations, the need for protection of these costly equipment against fault and lightning current is very much necessary. Electrostatic discharge can damage sensitive electronic equipment and disturb the solar power supply. Any voltage difference between individual electronic units can destroy valuable equipment. In addition, noise [...]

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April 2020

Inspection of Solar Rooftop Plant by Solar Care

By |2020-04-14T17:30:32+05:30April 14th, 2020|

Introduction: Solar plant inspection is absolutely necessary once the system is install. It is generally advise to have the system check before plant is commission. We at EcoSoch Solar follow a strict policy of checking all our plant once installed. Solar care is a division within EcoSoch who is responsible for Solar plant Inspection. [...]

March 2019

How to design Solar water Pump

By |2019-03-11T17:41:57+05:30March 11th, 2019|

Design A Solar Water Pump Conversion of photons according to our energy needs is one of the great innovations in this 4.5 billion years of earth’s formation. With infinite availability of the photons from the sun makes it easier for the human needs and decreases the dependency on the resources like coal, hydro, nuclear etc. [...]

November 2018

Echoes of Earth – A musical festival going towards carbon neutral

By |2018-11-28T20:56:29+05:30November 28th, 2018|

Echoes of Earth is a one of its kind Ecological and sustainable musical festival to be held this year on Dec 1st and Dec 2nd at Embassy International Riding school nestled among 150 acres of green patch outside Bangalore. EcoSoch Solar is thrilled to be part of this year’s Echoes of Earth team, in lighting up the BigTree stage, one of the three stages at the event, using solar power.

August 2018