At the request of Colleges, Sabre has developed a range of Solar PV rigs that can be wheeled out into the sunshine so that students
can be trained and assessed on a complete working system. These have been designed so that they can be moved through standard door
openings and the panels can be securely stored on the rig when not in use.
This rig is designed to mimic a working PV installation and readings can be obtained to measure the performance of the system
in different locations and various weather conditions.
Sabre offer two types of Solar Photovoltaic Training rigs
Solar Photovoltaic PV1 - a 'Grid Tie' system where electrical power is generated by converting solar radiation into 12v DC
electricity which can then be fed back into the national grid via an inverter as 230v AC.
Solar Photovoltaic PV2 - an 'Off Grid' system where electrical power is generated by converting solar radiation into DC
electricity and stored in a battery for future use. Adjacent to this is a battery inverter to convert 12V DC current from battery to 230V
AC in order to run small appliances