All of us want to do something for conserving the nature but is it that an easy job? To make life complicated and green as I must say, SpinRay Energy has developed a system that will help its consumers install up to five solar panels and connect it to an outdoor power outlet. So they will guide you in choosing the right spot for installing these solar panels and will also help you to plug it onto a power outlet. Can it get any better?
Installing these solar panels is like a child’s game and almost all of us can just buckle up and install these panels one by one. Easy to fix and ready to use, these panels can give you up to 1000 watts of power as you install five of them. The main electrical components come with a UL safety certification which includes the solar panel and the micro inverter. This directly converts current from the panels to household alternating current. According to the company, if there is a loss of grid power, the panels will automatically stop delivering current as it could be a danger to the power-line workers.
In the United States, the company is selling it via a few retailers like Amazon and it costs US$1099.95 per kit. It includes everything you need to set it up in the yard or the deck of the house.
For the scepticism that his solar panels are facing from solar industry pros, The president of SpinRay Energy, Arthur Chew, said that it’s a relatively new technology that is being used in the micro inverter and that people may oppose against it as it cuts the job of professionals, such as installers and electricians.
Also, talking about the technology you can’t miss out on the mighty inverter that plays a great role in making plug-and-play approach possible. The inverter converts the solar energy into alternative energy used in the house. These inverters are size of a smartphone and are placed directly under the panels so that the output itself is in alternative form.
The question that still lingers is whether SpinRay will actually stand the test of time and deliver on its promises. Let’s hope this one stays.