Inverter/ MicroInverter Questions
So heres the deal guys... Im having some confusion. So just when i thought i had it all figured out i realized i know absolutely nothing about solar. I understand the inverter converts DC to AC power. I understand that on an oscilloscope dc power is a flat line and AC is a sine wave. I don't get whats going on inside the inverter. I understand it takes steps and involves a square wave, but not sure how. Does it reconstruct the wave by pulsing more and more square waves until it looks a sine wave? PART 2-Microinverters? I was under the assumption that only charge controllers were MPPT, and now i read that microinverters (one per panel) track the maximum power. So the micro inverter is hooked up straight into the panel then the output goes to the charge controller? If its job is to convert the DC panel output to AC, then why would it convert to AC before it gets to the battery? Just really confused and frustrated. Any explanation on microinverters and how inverters work would help. you guys are great.
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