SOLAR ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION

In recent years, with the development of photovoltaic products from city application to huge demands of agriculture, desert areas, Magnizon Power Systems Solar Pond Pump has become the leading products combining photovoltaic industry with traditional industry such as agriculture water conservancy, desert control, daily water supply, city landscaping, etc.

Magnizon Power Systems Solar Pump driven by infinite solar energy, works from sunrise, and stops at sunset, need no connection to grid power nor diesel oil and battery. System can irrigate directly or store water instead of electricity in a reservoir. Magnizon Power Systems Solar fountain Pumps works with sprinkling irrigation, drip irrigation and infiltrating irrigation facilities, can be more efficient for water saving and dramatically lower the cost of using fossil energy.

General Comparison of SPS Vs traditional Gen-sets & Wind mills

Pros
Cons
Generator
• Moderate initial cost • Easy to install
• High maintenance, expertise required for repair • Short life expectancy (5 years) • Fuel is usually expensive • Long term (10-20 years) annual costs to operate higher than SPSS
Wind Turbine
• Lower initial costs than SPSS • Long life expectancy • Effective at windy sites (avg. wind speed at least 10 mph) • Clean • No fuel needed
• High maintenance, expertise required for repair • Short life expectancy (5 years) • Fuel is usually expensive • Long term (10-20 years) annual costs to operate higher than SPSS
Solar-powered Pumping System (SPSS)
• Easy to install • Can be mounted on trailer to accommodate moving livestock • Reliable long life expectancy (20+ years) • Low maintenance, simple repair if related to solar array • Clean • No fuel needed • Modular system can be closely matched to needs, power easily adaptable to changing demands
• Solar energy can vary seasonally • Higher initial cost • Lower output in cloudy weather

A solar-powered pumping system (SPPS) main components

  1. Water well
  2. PV array
  3. Array mounting bracket and rack
  4. Pump controller
  5. Electrical ground for controller
  6. DC pump with safety ropes, mount, and well seal
  7. Wiring
  8. Discharge tubing or piping
  9. Storage tank
  10. Tank flotation switch
  11. Water taps or access points
  12. Security

Figure 1. Schematic diagram of a typical SPSS. (Source: “Solar Photovoltaic Water Pumping for Remote Locations,” University of Wyoming, 2006.)

An estimate of the required flow rate of the pump can be determined by the following equation:

Magnizon Power Systems Solar energy submersible water pumps features

  1. Pump connect with panel directly.
  2. Non-electricity area water pumping purpose.
  3. Green energy, 1 time investment for future benefit.
  4. Controller & MPPT smart board built-in.
  5. Voltage protection, current protection, water shortage protection.
  6. Cloudy or weak sunshine also can work half capacity.