Solar Water Pump
The solar water pump has a mini energy house in its heart and consists of a calibrated solar array and matching of units – tuned with the equivalent pump power for this particular application. The solar water pump system is capable of running all kinds of electric water pumps with applications vary from irrigation to home demands. Irrigation pumps such as the submersible, deep or deep well can be combined with drip irrigation systems to enhance the returns from this reclamation
A typical solar water pump system is known of the total total solar array size required to run the attached pump. The 1000W solar water pump is capable of drawing and pumping up to 40,000 liters of water per day from a source up to 10 meters deep. This is enough to irrigate about 2 acres of land with regular crops. The solar water pump helps 1000 watts save up to 45,000 rupees compared to the equivalent use of a diesel pump over a year.
- Each solar array has a number of solar modules connected in parallel or series. Every solar PV panel generates current by converting solar radiation to electrical energy.
- The electrical power of the entire matrix is controlled, tuned and directed by an inbuilt controller in DC pumps or through variable frequency driver (FD) and enables the pump connected (may be submersible or surface) to draw water and feed delivery tubes.
- Water extracted from ponds, rivers, wells or other sources is pumped by a solar water pump to provide water as required. The tanks can be stored in terms of where they are later routed to the fields or the supply of the pump can be combined with drip irrigation systems to provide optimal water for the fields directly.