Today’s post is all about solar inverter price in Nigeria and it’s specifications. The world is changing for good everyday and millions of people around the world has moved from generator to solar inverter.
Solar inverter is not that costly as you may think, the rich and the poor can afford it so don’t be scared because of the price.
Features Of Solar Inverter
A Solar Inverter is better optimised for solar power than traditional inverters. For example, it will prioritise power supply from the solar panels.
This means that when the energy from the Sun is adequate like during afternoons, the inverter will draw power entirely from the solar panels to power your home or office even if the public power supply is available. This can lead to huge savings on power bills.
Similarly, a solar hybrid inverter will prioritize charging from solar panels, enabling your batteries to charge via the PV panels even when a public power supply is on, leading also to save on your power bills.
Some solar inverters will allow you to prioritise charging to solar panels or power grid depending on the battery level. Some solar inverters are even intelligent enough just to take just as much deficit current from the grid as is required.
For example, say your battery requires 10A for charging, but your solar panels can only deliver 7A (due to low sunlight) an intelligent solar inverter will source the excess 3A from the grid if of course there is public power supply.
A Solar Inverter will also offer protection from high voltage and current from the panels. Remember that the intensity of the Sun varies throughout the day. This creates an over-charging problem if the panels are connected to the battery directly.
A good solar inverter, thanks to its built-in charge controller, will be able to regulate the final voltage and current that gets to the battery within the safe range ensuring the longevity of the battery.
It should also be able to tell you when you connect the panels wrongly (i.e. positive to negative, etc) and also provide protection against short-circuiting.
Note that in countries that allow consumers to sell their excess power output to the power company, a solar inverter will also allow you to do this.
A good solar inverter should also have a wide input grid-voltage range, especially if you want to use it in a country like Nigeria.
You will not like an inverter that will require 220V before it can start charging your battery or powering your appliances. A Solar inverter with a 100V to 220V range will be perfect for Nigeria.
Solar Inverter Price In Nigeria
- Felicity Solar 3.5KVA / 24V – 161,000 Naira
- Felicity Solar 5KVA / 48V – 225,000 Naira
- Felicity Solar 7.5KVA / 48V – 366,000 Naira
- Felicity Solar 10KVA / 48V – 452,000 Naira
- Prag 1.2KVA / 12V – 61,900 Naira
- Prag 2.5KVA / 24V – 100,900 Naira
- Prag 4KVA / 24V – 240,000 Naira
- Prag 5KVA / 96V – 319,000 Naira
- Mercury 2KVA Spirit Plus – 175,000 Naira
- Mercury 3KVA Spirit Plus – 185,000 Naira
- Mercury 5KVA Spirit Plus – 220,000 Naira
- Luminous 850VA / 12V – 64,000 Naira
- Luminous 1.5KVA / 24V – 90,000 NGN
- Bluegate 10KVA / 192V – 494,000 Naira
- Bluegate 1.5KVA / 24V – 87,500 Naira
- Bluegate 2.5KVA / 48V – 202,000 Naira
- PSC Solar Xantra 1.5KVA / 24V – 99,500 NGN
- PSC Solar Xantra 2.5KVA / 24V – 214,900 NGN
- PSC Solar Xantra 3.5KVA / 48V – 289,900 Naira
- MTN Solar Inverter (Lumos) – 20,000 Naira (4,500 NGN / month)
Above are the current solar inverter price in Nigeria. Feel free to ask me any questions.