power system inverter run aquaponics equipment with solar power - gardening

by:KEBO      2019-07-05
Many people like aquaculture, mainly because it provides a self-sustaining, eco-friendly system for growing vegetables and fish in a mutually beneficial environment.However, by running the equipment on solar energy, conventional aquaculture settings can be further carried out.Imagine that you have a self-sustaining system that can even continue to work if there is a power outage.In addition, the fact that you will run the system from the grid means that it is more eco-friendly.
What do you need?
One thing that ultimately consumes a lot of power is the water pump in the aquatic system.So it makes sense if you are able to power this pump using solar energy.The easiest way is to buy a low amp pump.This means that the pump can be powered with a very low current and requires small solar panels.The 24 W pump is ideal because it has enough power to pump to a height of about 8 feet above sea level.For smaller systems that do not need to pump to a height of 8 feet, you can choose a 12-watt pump.The solar panels that power it will also be much cheaper.

The next step is to install solar panels near the aquaculture system.Ideally, you'll want to install as many solar panels as you can, either on the pillars or on the roof of your home, but if you're around the northern hemisphere it faces south.Depending on the type of solar panel you purchased and the wattage of the pump, you will need to purchase one or two panels.In order to output the required potential difference, solar panels (in both cases) must be connected in series.
You may also want to purchase a regular pump controller that will control the power of the solar panel to the pump.The battery connected to the controller will store excess power and then use it in case of insufficient light.Then, in order to complete the circuit, you need to connect the pump to the controller, which is connected to the solar panel.

If you live in a place where the seasons change drastically and there is little sun, you should also arrange a backup power system.This usually includes a long cycle lead-acid battery coupled with an inverter, or a power supply directly connected to your home.You can connect the backup system manually, or you can design a system that automatically detects the reduction in capacity and switches to backup to power the pump.

Powering your aquatic electronics with solar power makes sense for anyone trying to maintain a large system.However, for smaller systems like those that live in your living room, buying solar panel power does not justify the cost.
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