Photovoltaic electrical installation
Simple power connection using busbars
Generating electricity using solar cells involves transforming the direct current (DC) obtained into alternating current for domestic use. To avoid problems, this requires the correct power distribution between the fuses, which in turns calls for special application- and device-specific step distances for the rails. In addition, special profile requirements must be applied to ensure that the rails can withstand a voltage of up to 1500 V DC.
Step distances vary enormously among equipment manufacturers, but an individual grid dimension is a better way of monitoring heat development on the rail. FTG meets all these criteria as the supplier of switchgear for photovoltaic systems. FTG supplies 1- to 4-pole busbars with different cross-sections and step sizes prefabricated from the factory with the necessary accessories such as feed-in terminal blocks.