Solar system output factors
- location ( mj per m2)
- sunlight hours
- panel orientation
- mounting angle
- panel efficiency and age
- panel temperature and coefficient
- inverter mppt efficiency
- inverter operating temperature
- inverter loading
Design and install
To obtain the best results you are relying on the system design to be effective and all system components to be correctly matched, and installed with correctly sized cables.
All the system components need to work together well to make sure your solar system is making electricity early and late in the day, as often and as much possible.
Given you have good quality panels which are not shaded and face in a general Northerly direction at a reasonable angle on the roof and the system design is effective and installation is completed well. You will obtain a good yield in terms of electricity produced.
Our solar designer will ensure that this is the case for your home.
Use the links below to view our website pages which contain the information required to determine how much power your solar system will be able to produce (output)