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Solar pump controllers maximise your solar water pumping system by converting the current and voltage available from your photovoltaic panels into a more suitable combination for the pump.
Even with changeable input, a solar pump controller produces a specific amount of output.
In order to maximise the speed control of the pump set, it converts the DC power supply produced by PV Modules to AC supply coupled with variable speed drives.
The Global solar irrigation pump controller market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A Locally Developed Solar Pump Controller. A solar-powered water pump is controlled by a three-phase induction motor that was built locally.
Large amounts of water are needed for residential and industrial activity in various parts of Bangladesh. Agriculture needs a sufficient supply of water as well, but due to a lack of electricity, this industry is suffering serious productivity losses.
In this situation, solar energy may be a viable grid electricity substitute. Bangladesh has adopted DC motors for solar irrigation due to the simplicity of their torque and speed controls.
DC motors are highly expensive compared to AC motors and its commutator needs to be maintained on a regular basis. A three-phase induction motor can be operated effortlessly in the field and does not require brushes.
With a prototype setup and a three phase inverter with a low cost gate drive circuit, a three phase induction motor with a capacity of 750 W was successfully operated.
MPPT and the space vector modulation (SVM) algorithm approach are integrated into the control strategy.
This pump’s discharge rate is 1200 litres per hour, and it efficiently met demand. Index Terms: Space vector modulation (SVM), MPPT, DC motor, three-phase induction motor, and inverter.
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