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We started in the Energy Efficient business in 2011, at the time we concentrated on Solar Geysers, Heat Pumps and LED lights to reduce the monthly electricity spending of our clients. Our clients were homeowners and while most clients wanted our products, they could not afford the capital outlay.

Services We Offer

On Grid Solar Systems

Off Grid Solar Systems

Battery Backup

Heat Pumps

Solar Geysers

Inverter Aircons

LED Lights

Solar Lights

Solux offers a range of solar inverters that are classified into four main categories

1. Stand-alone inverters used in isolated Stand-alone inverters used in isolated systems

Inverters draw DC energy from batteries charged by solar panels. The inverters also incorporate integral battery chargers to replenish battery energy from an AC source, if available.

2. Grid-tie inverters that match phase with a utility-supplied sine wave

For safety reasons, grid-tie inverters are designed to shut down automatically upon loss of utility supply. It does not provide backup power during utility outages.

3. Intelligent hybrid inverters for a complete solution

Inverters manage solar energy from photovoltaic arrays, battery storage and the utility grid, all of which are coupled directly to the unit. Modern hybrid inverters incorporate all of the features needed to be used for grid-supported, stand-alone or backup applications. The inverters’ true function is self-consumption with the use of battery storage and to provide back-up power during grid failures.

4. On-off grid inverters that allow for export into the grid and/or off-grid operation

Inverters connected and synchronized to the utility supply that can also export energy into the utility supply, where permitted by the municipality or national service provider. Export can be limited to a selected power rating or to zero export where not permitted. When utility power fails, the inverter disconnects from the grid and continues to provide power to the off-grid load. Excess solar energy is exported on the AC import port to reduce power consumption from the utility and any excess over the local load can be exported to the utility, where permitted.

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