30% More Water Delivery 

  • First Controller in the world comes with I-torque technology which drives higher depths (up to 1350 ft) for a low wattage of Pv modules
  • First controller in the world comes with MPPT and MEPT assures 30% more overall efficiency compared to any other such brand.
  • Multiple Pumps option available in single Inverter.
  •  Very wide range of working input voltage
  • Gives more water output for less wattage of panels and also runs from early morning till late evening.
  • Runs stable even at low sunlight and during rains & cloudy days
  • Fully automatic start/stop with reverse polarity, short circuit, Dry run, No load and Lightening protection.Also available with 110, 170,230,380-415 v Ac outputs with wireless data collection facility via RS 484 port.


   SOLAR WATER PUMP         




Solar water pumps can supply water to locations which are beyond the reach of power lines. Commonly, such places relies on human or animal power or on diesel engines for their water supply. Solar water pumps can replace the current pump systems and result in both socio-economic benefits as well as climate related benefits. The water supplied by the solar water pump can be used to irrigate crops, water livestock or provide drinking water.


  1. What are solar water pumps?

A solar water pump or a solar photovoltaic water pumping system is a system powered by solar energy. It is just like the traditional electric pump with the only exception that it uses solar energy instead of fossil fuel or electricity. It consists of one or more solar panels, also known as solar photovoltaic modules, a motor pump set, electronic controls or a controller device to operate the pump, the required hardware and in some cases, other items like inverters, batteries, etc.


  1. What is the use of solar water pumps?

A solar water pump is used for extracting water from ponds, rivers, borewells or other sources of water which are then used to meet the water requirements for irrigation, community water supply, livestock and other purposes.


  1. How are solar water pumps more useful than conventional electric pumps?
  •        Solar water pumps do not require any fuel or electricity to operate. Once installed, solar water pumps do not incur the recurring costs of electricity or fuel.
  • Does not get affected by power cuts, low voltage, single phase problems or the motor burning.
  • Can be installed in remote areas where electricity is unavailable or diesel is difficult to procure.
  • Incurs low maintenance costs as solar water pumps have fewer moving parts as compared to a diesel-powered pump and thus, fewer chances of wear and tear.
  • No lubricants are required for operation and hence no chances of water/soil contamination due to the lubricants.
  • Easy to operate.


  1. What are the different types of solar water pumps?


There are several different types of solar-powered pumps depending on how they have been classified. But primarily there are two types of solar water pumps–submersible pumps and surface pumps.


Submersible pumps: As the name suggests, a submersible pump is located deep below the ground level and remains submerged under water. The suction head of the submersible pump is beyond a depth of 10 metres.

Surface pumps: The surface pumps remains out of water and in the open. They are installed where the water table is within a depth of 10 metres. As they need to be on the surface, these pumps are easier to install and maintain.


  1. Are there any criteria for selecting where to install the solar water pump sets?


Yes, there are certain criteria for selecting the location for both the solar panels and the pump. In the case of the solar panels, they should be installed in an area which is shade free and has no dust or dirt, has a low incidence of bird droppings and which can provide space for unrestricted tracking movement (keeping the orientation of the solar panels in the direction of maximum solar irradiation). Also, the surface where the panels are mounted should be even. Panels should be easily accessible for cleaning and should be as close as possible to the pump and water source.


The pumps should be located close to the solar panels but within the area to be irrigated. The suction lift for the pump should be low. If there are multiple water sources, the source with the highest water table should be chosen for placing the pump.


  • Low maintenance.
  • No fuel costs.
  • Easy to install.
  • Simple and reliable.
  • System can be made to be mobile.
  • They have extremely low operating costs.
  • They’re easy to transport and relocate.
  • Solar panels can be reliable, even in regional and remote areas.




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