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Systems Made Simple: Solar Inverters

One of the key systems in a solar energy harvester is a solar inverter. A solar inverter, or any kind of inverter for that matter, will take a Direct Current voltage input and convert it to an Alternating Current output that can be used to power standard appliances and electronics in a home or business. While just about any high power DC source can be used, the largest sector of inverter growth is in renewables, particularly solar applications. Watch this series to help you mitigate multiple solar inverter design challenges.

Learn more about TI’s solutions for solar inverters at www.ti.com/solarinverters and www.ti.com/microinverters

1. Systems Made Simple: Solar Inverters

This training considers the following design challenges to enable your design:

  • Understand which inverter to consider for your solar application
  • Learn how an inverter manages to convert DC voltage to AC voltage and why digital controllers are so important
  • Learn how to evaluate and select the right digital controller for your design
  • How to overcome voltage limitations
  • Learn which kinds of communication standards can be used for monitoring their inverters to enable a more connected home or building

Learn more about TI’s solutions for solar inverters at ti.com/solar inverters and ti.com/microinverters

# Title Duration
1.1 Systems Made Simple: Solar Inverters Part 1
Mitigate various solar inverter system design challenges with this training.
07:22
1.2 Systems Made Simple Part 2: Gate Drivers in Solar Inverters
Part one of the Solar Inverter Systems Made Simple training discussed system-level design challenges. This portion of the training series mitigates design...
06:24
1.3 Systems Made Simple Part 3: Isolation in Solar Inverters
Isolators are one of the key electronic components used in a solar inverter. Watch this training to learn how to mitigate various isolation design considerations...
04:55
1.4 Systems Made Simple Part 4: DSPs in Solar Inverters
Learn strategies that can help do this safely with minimal impact to the grid with very tightly controlled feedback loops running in real time.
05:03
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