The first step: connect the battery Warning: the positive and negative terminals of the battery and the short circuit connected to the positive and negative poles will cause the risk of fire or explosion! Before connecting the battery, make sure the battery voltage is higher than 6V. If the system is 24V, to ensure that the battery voltage is not less than 18V. The system voltage is selected automatically when the controller is started for the first time. When installing the insurance, pay attention to the maximum distance from the battery is the maximum distance of 150mm, to ensure that the wiring is connected to the insurance. The second step: connection load The load end of the solar controller can be connected with a DC power supply device with the same rated voltage and rated voltage of the battery. Load terminal for connecting the positive and negative poles of the load to the controller. The load terminal may be voltage, wiring should be careful to avoid short circuit. A safety device shall be connected to the load on the positive or negative lead, and not connected to the installation. After installation, make sure that the insurance is connected. If the load is connected through the switchboard, there is a separate insurance for each load circuit, and all the load current should not exceed the rated current of the controller. The third step: connect photovoltaic array Warning: the risk of electric shock! Photovoltaic array may produce a high voltage, careful to prevent electric shock. The controller can be applied to the off grid solar modules of 12V and 24V, and can also use open circuit voltages not exceeding the specified maximum input voltage of the grid connected components. In the system, the solar module voltage is not lower than the system voltage. The fourth step: check connection Check all connections again to see whether the positive and negative terminals of each terminal are correct and whether the 6 terminals are tightened. The fifth step: confirm electrify When the battery power supply to the controller, the controller to start when the controller ‘s battery indicator lights on, observe whether it is right.
Australia may introduce a policy prohibiting the installation of lithium-ion battery energy storage equipment in houses and garages, including Tesla's powerwalls products. Policy Australia may announce the draft next week. At present, Australia has 1.6 million households have installed solar roofs, most of which intend to install the battery. That means a market that is worth billions of dollars, and people worry that the New Deal could put the industry down. It is said that Standard Australia may suggest that lithium-ion batteries can only be installed in a separate "kiosk", which will increase the cost of thousands of dollars. It will not only affect the individual facilities, but also will affect some "popular" deployment, such as AGL Energy in South Australia's "virtual power plant" and so on. This also raises questions about whether the use of lithium batteries in the home garage for electric vehicle charging will also be banned. At present, there is no standard for lithium-ion battery storage in Australia. Both the Clean Energy Council and the Energy Storage Council have issued their own guidelines, but there is no provision for disabling. John Grimes, head of the Australian Solar Energy Association, said he would not comment on the report, but pointed out that US and Japanese standards did not prohibit the use of battery storage equipment at home, while Germany is not allowed to use lithium batteries in the bedroom.
The Australian electricity market at present is relatively complex, as a result, there is no unified national electricity market, transmission and distribution in some areas run by the government and other areas by the private enterprises to operate; secondly, there are a lot of photovoltaic power plants need to be incorporated into the power grid market, urgent construction of large-scale energy storage device support, but also large-scale energy storage and difficult to achieve economic. The Australian government in order to encourage the development of solar energy, in terms of financial subsidies, tax rebates and other aspects of support. Australia's energy system is being transformed into intelligence, and batteries are the most important part of it. Australian Clean Energy Council (CEFC), is committed to the study of wind, solar and other renewable energy, promote the development of clean energy. Council members from 500 companies, including power retailers, distribution companies, solar manufacturers and energy storage suppliers and other aspects of the power system. The clean energy council has two departments, one of which is the Department of renewable resources, which is responsible for the development of autonomous technology, and the Finance Companies, a clean energy, is responsible for. At present, there are forty countries in the region of photovoltaic companies have plans in Australia to carry out local scale photovoltaic power plant construction in 15MW-200MW. From the regional point of view, the current northeast of Queensland, the most loved by photovoltaic developers, the Australian Clean Energy Council will invest in these projects to help developers through the storm.
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