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What is the difference between a hybrid inverter and a normal inverter?


A hybrid inverter is essentially a combination of an inverter, a charge controller, and a grid-tie function. The main difference between an inverter and a hybrid inverter is that a hybrid inverter can work with both renewable and traditional energy sources, while an inverter can only work with renewable energy sources.
How does hybrid inverter works?
A hybrid inverter converts direct current (DC) electricity from your solar panels and batteries to alternating current (AC) electricity for household use. DC electricity flows in a single direction, whilst AC electricity constantly changes direction.
Why use a hybrid inverter?

A hybrid inverter is designed to integrate storage at any time, allowing you to forgo the costs of installing battery storage from the get-go. You can then more easily add the battery bank later while still enjoying the full benefits of your solar energy now.

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