Output data monitoring can be done using the inverter’s standard display and functions, or via the installation of a more comprehensive data acquisition system which can provide a more up-to-the minute power-generating system snapshot.
It is normal for a solar array, over time, to collect a film of dirt and dust over its active area. The amount of film build up on the array will be greater when the array is located near an incineration stack, construction site, airport, etc.
This topical degradation process is slow but progressively reduces DC power gathering. A drastic change in performance is rarely seen. However, cleaning the solar array at least once a year will help ensure optimum output.
To learn more about your UNI-SOLAR photovoltaic system and maintenance monitoring, contact a United Solar field representative at Field_Service@uni-solar.com
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