what you will learn
- Stand-alone system configurations
- Charge controller and array considerations
- RV system design example
- DC lighting system design example
- Clinic system design example
- Code compliance and best practices for stand-alone systems
- Advanced battery-based inverters
- Generator sizing
- DC coupled stand-alone residential system design example
- AC coupled stand-alone microgrid system design example
- Large-scale microgrid considerations and case studies
- Flooded battery maintenance considerations
- Stand-alone PV system commissioning and maintenance
Note: SEI recommends working closely with a qualified person and/or taking PV 202 for more information on conductor sizing, electrical panel specification, and grounding systems. These topics will part of this course, but they are not the focus.
PREREQUISITE COURSES: Before participating in PV304, students MUST complete PV101 or PVOL101 AND PVOL203 or PV203, equivalent training from another organization, have NABCEP certification, or demonstrate field experience and pass two placement quizzes. Please contact [email protected] if you feel you are qualified to skip the prerequisite for PV304.
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