YOUR INSTALLATION IN SEVEN STEPS

At Yuvraj Energy, we got professionals with high proficiency who could help you in setting your system in a matter of few minutes. We always look for quality service with quality people. The installation is just eight steps away and then you start to enjoy the maximum of the sun’s energy! 

1. Fit the roof anchors

We’ll check the measurements taken during your site survey and make small chalk marks on your roof to show where the panels will go. The next step is to screw the roof anchors to the rafters. First we’ll check where the rafters lie in relation to the existing roof tiles. The specific anchors will depend on the roof tiles you have. 

2. Attach the frame

Next the aluminium bars that make up the frame are then locked into the anchors and screwed into place. We’ll check each bar to make sure it’s straight, and that all the bars are parallel. This is the most important step in making sure the panels will look correct.

3. Installing the panels

With the bars in place, the next step is to clamp the panels to the frame. Depending on what’s easier, we may fit the panels by row or by column. PV installations look best when the panels run parallel to the edge that is nearest them, usually the eaves. We understand that after performance the aesthetics are the next most important aspect, so our installation teams will ensure you are happy with the layout.

4. Wire the panels !

Panels are already wired by the manufacturer so connecting them is fairly straightforward. How we connect the panels depends on the system’s voltage, amperage and power, as well as the position of the panels and any shading on the roof. The wires connecting the panels are then kept off the roof tiles by attaching the cables to the rails the panels are clamped to.

5. The inverter’s job now

To get the finished system connected, we need to run the DC wiring from the panels into your home. Our electricians always work hard to hide as much of the wiring as possible by routing the cable into the loft space under the panels.

The DC wiring is usually routed into the loft under the tiles, with a protective lead sleeve over them to stop the tiles above damaging the wires over time. If you have a slate roof, we will drill a small hole(do co-operate on this)  in the slate which the cables are fed through and then are made waterproof with a lead soaker. These wires are then fed into your inverter

6. Work with the switches

While all this has been happening on your roof, the electrician will have been working hard to get the inverter connected to the rest of your property’s electricity supply. They will have mounted the inverter in a pre-agreed location and installed all the electrical safety equipment to make sure the system is safe.

Before the final connections can be made, we will also install a small modern consumer unit and generation meter next to your existing fuse box which connects to the existing supply. We will need to switch your power off for around half an hour to do this.

7. We Monitor it once –with You.

Once the wiring’s complete, your project manager will switch on the inverter and power up the system. They’ll send the voltage readings to the team at head office, where we’ll check them against the expected performance and confirm the system’s performing up to standard. 

 

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