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Our NOQQ AC/DC units are available in two main sizes: 5.0 and 7.0 kw. These devices run on solar energy during the day and automatically switch to grid power at night. They are ideal for residences, schools or offices, where most of the demand is during the day. The devices also help to save on heating and work efficiently even at -22c. A hybrid solar air conditioner makes maximum use of solar energy from the PV modules during the day. Even when the sun doesn't shine at all (eg at night), our highly efficient heat pumps (SEER 23 without solar and SEER 35 with solar) keep you at a comfortable temperature and save you money by using much less electricity than a conventional air conditioner or heat pump of the same capacity.

Solar Powered Pool Heat Pump

Solar powered pool heaters do not need batteries or the power grid. Just connect the solar panels. This will work perfectly with a DC pump, allowing it to start automatically when the sun rises . They heat or cool the water and turn off in the evening. The heat load remains in the pool. Depending on the temperature and whether the pool has a cover or not, it loses some temperature at night, which recovers again the next day. If you have a pool heater that can heat the pool all year round for free, this is a huge cost save and extends the time you can use the pool. If you choose, you can also use it in combination with the power grid, but that's optional. The WIFI feature allows for full control, daily and weekly timers, a full overview of AC and DC consumption and a history of all energy consumption.

What is SEER Anyway?

First, the basics. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This is the ratio of the cooling output of an air conditioner over a typical cooling season, divided by the energy it uses in Watt-Hours. It may also be called a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. A higher SEER rating provides greater energy efficiency in certain conditions. The minimum standard SEER for air conditioners is 13, though most modern air conditioners have a SEER that ranges from 13 to 21. There’s no magic SEER number. Anything over 13 is great. Because if you have an old 8 SEER system and replace it with a 16 SEER unit, you could significantly reduce the cost of cooling your home.

100% Solar

When solar energy meets the min. running requirement for the compressor, the A/C unit can start and operate by solar energy only, plugged off from the grid. 100% energy saving

Cloudy Weather

When sunshine is weak, like in the morning or on a cloudy day. The A/C unit will take the solar energy as the priority choice, the insufficient power will be taken from the grid

No Sun

During the night, the A/C unit takes the power from the grid running with same principle of regular air conditioner, the SEER is over 22