5kw solar system

Considering of installing a 5kw solar system (5kva)

5Kw Solar System

If you are not quite sure exactly how big this is, let alone how much it will cost you, I’ve got covered! Below, we determine exactly how large the 5kw solar system in Pakistan are suitable for small and medium size houses, Best application Air Conditioner on Solar and looking at the amount of electricity that can be produced as well as the number of Solar panels you need for Air Conditioner on Solar.


We also take a look at the 5kW solar systems price in Pakistan also output, returns and – more importantly – how much you can  save. It’s doesn’t matter 5kW solar systems for home / 5kw solar system for office in Pakistan we are requiring a lot of energy to produce and save. This system can do a lot for you.

Which Loads can run on 5kw solar system

1 HP Motor, 1.5  Ton Inverter AC, 1 Fridge, 1 Water Dispenser, 1 LCD TV, 5 Fans, 19 LED Lights

5kw solar system with battery backup price

How Many Types of 5kw solar system Available?

  1. On grid without Backup
  2. Hybrid Solar System with Back Battery
  3. On grid Solar System with Backup
  4. Hybrid Solar system without backup



5kw On Grid Solar System Details

  • Fronius, Infini, Aerox, Solis, Tesla
  • Certified PolyCrystaline Solar Panel or Monocrystalline Solar panels 5000 Watt
  • Installation Wiring and Design as per International Standards
  • DB Box, G I Frames , DC Breakers , AC Breakers
  • Earthing , Boring , Surge Arrester , Cut out switches etc.
  • Complete net metering Process Included
5kw solar system with battery backup
Hybrid Inverter
Hybrid Inverter
  • Infni , VM ll, VM lll, Tesla
  • Certified PolyCrystaline Solar Panel or Monocrystalline Solar panels 5000 Watt
  • Installation Wiring and Design as per International Standards
  • DB Box, G I Frames , DC Breakers , AC Breakers.


Most Importantly typical power output 5kW solar system

Depending a number of factors, the actual power output of a 5kW solar power system will vary. These factors include:

  • -Geographical location of the system and the expected daily and annual solar irradiation and cloud cover levels there
  • –Orientation and tilt angle of the solar panel array
  • –Whether there is any shade cast on the panels
  • -Actual operating temperature of the panels
  • -The performance of the individual components (e.g. First of all, panels and the inverter)

In perfect condition, where your installation is fully efficient and strong sunlight, installing your 5kW will produce  5 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity in one hour (5KW x 1 hour = 5 kWh). In 5 hours, it will produce 25 kWh. So the installation of 5kW will generate enough electricity to cover about half the needs of most people of electricity.

Lamentably, in spite of the fact that we don’t live ideally. In reality, many factors really drop the measure of power your framework can deliver: the shade, area, course of sun oriented boards, and even productive wiring and your inverter. In the wake of thinking about the individual circumstance, the sum delivered by the boards is probably going to be lower.

How many solar panels you need for a 5kW solar system depends on the wattage of your panels.
  • We need 5000 watts of panels for a 5KW Solar System,
  • 250 watts plates = 21 plates 
  • 260 watt plates = 21 plates 
  • 310 watts plates = 18 plates

You can see that, with an increased wattage plate (which means that it can produce more electricity at one moment), you need less panels. Obviously, the more efficient the plate, the higher the price. For most people, standard, 250, 300,325 watt panels fit the bill well, balancing performance and cost.

How much rooftop Space Required?

Private sun oriented boards are around 3 feet crosswise over 5 feet, totaling 15 square feet. This implies the establishment of 5 kW comprises of 15-20 plate required about 25-35 m2 of roof space, depending on the wattage of the panels and how they’re tilted.

5kW solar system financial returns

The financial returns from a 5kW solar installation are a bit harder to work out, and mainly contingent on whether or not a solar feed-in tariff is available to the owner/operator of the system. Solar Feed-in Tariff schemes pay solar system owners a set amount for each unit of solar power that they do not use themselves and instead export to the electricity grid. Returns depend not only on the output of the system, but also how it is utilised by those whose home or business it is attached to in light of the presence or absence of feed-in incentives.

Even before you go solar, think energy efficiency first!

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