Photovoltaic modules and inverters should be kept ventilated. Therefore, some inverters in photovoltaic systems will be installed with a shade to reduce the temperature of the equipment.
1. Photovoltaic modules and inverters should be kept ventilated. Generally speaking, in the design of photovoltaic power plant, the bracket is usually raised (except for household, industrial and commercial tile roof photovoltaic power plants), which ensures that there is enough space around the components to ensure the circulation of air in order to achieve the purpose of cooling. In addition, the metal frame around the components also has a certain role in heat dissipation.
2. Inverter should be shaded. At present, most of the photovoltaic inverters on the market are generally IP65 protection level, with a certain level of wind, dust and waterproof. However, in summer, the ambient temperature is higher. During the operation of various components in the inverters, it is easy to produce high temperature, which will lead to a decline in the efficiency of power generation, and even affect the life of components. Therefore, some inverters in photovoltaic systems will be installed with a shade to reduce the temperature of the equipment. In addition, the installation environment of the inverters should do a good job of shading and ventilation to ensure the convection of air, and also improve the power generation capacity of the power station.