Microinverters are typically used for converting DC to AC. They do it by converting individual PV modules into DC. This eliminates the need for a whole system.
With a solar microinverter, the system can increase the efficiency of a PV system by making it work seamlessly regardless of the type of module that is shaded. When multiple modules are in series, their output will match the current output of the shaded panel. This means that the system will generate less power than if all the modules are shaded.
Micro inverters are also easier to install than traditional ones. If you’re new to solar PV and are intimidated by high-voltage DC systems, then you can easily learn to install one with the help of an AC outlet.
We generally suggest that a solar system be smaller than 14kW, and that it be mounted on a string system.