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Solar inverter repair

At PRO-CONSULT, we are skilled at repairing solar inverters, and there are several reasons why we stand out as one of the best on the market – one of the reasons is our good service.

Solar inverter repair - efficient and good service

Good service is part of our DNA. Since our founding in 1989, we have focused on being a stable and good partner in the industry.

Effective repair of solar inverters

We have incredibly extensive experience with repairs. We have worked with solar inverters for many years, and our team consists of skilled technicians with good experience.

This means we've seen it all before – all sorts of problems and bugs – and therefore know exactly what to look for and how to fix it.

We deliver quality

Another reason we are so good at solar inverter repair is our dedication to quality. We never compromise on the quality of our work. It's not just something we say; it's something we really mean.

When we repair an inverter we make sure everything is done properly, we always test our repairs thoroughly before we deliver them back to the customer.

Solar inverter repair
Solar inverter repair

Get a quote for the repair of your solar inverter

We have serviced and repaired inverters over the past 35 years for a large number of Danish and foreign companies. We have seen many brands of solar inverters, so we know most things on the market.

Contact us today

Contact us and get a good offer for the repair of your solar inverter. You can also read more about sale of solar inverters. We service all areas of Denmark.

PRO-CONSULT - local specialists in electronics

We repair solar inverters, but also many other types of electronics. Contact us and hear about the possibilities.

FAQ - solar inverter repair

A solar inverter is a central component of a solar system that plays a crucial role in the conversion of solar energy into usable electricity1. When the solar cells on the roof collect sunlight, they generate direct current (DC). This power is not directly usable in most households and businesses, as most electrical appliances use alternating current (AC). This is where the inverter comes into play.

The solar inverter's primary function is to convert the direct current generated by the solar cells into alternating current. This is done using a number of electronic components. They ensure that the current is changed from DC to AC with the right voltage and frequency so that it can be used in the mains or directly in the home.

In addition to converting power, the solar inverter also monitors system performance and safety. It ensures that the solar cells work at their optimum point, maximizing energy production.

Modern inverters can also communicate with external devices, making it possible to monitor system performance via an app or online portal. This allows the user to see how much energy is being generated and if there are any faults or maintenance needs.

In short, without a solar inverter it would not be possible to use the energy produced by the solar cells, which makes the inverter an indispensable part of any solar system.

An inverter for solar cells typically lasts 10-15 years. If it is renovated, it can typically last longer. It depends on the individual case whether it is worth repairing it.

There can be many reasons why a solar inverter does not work. Among other things, it could be that it is overloaded, that a short circuit has occurred in the system or that there are defective internal components, e.g. capacitors, which are defective.

The list of reasons why the inverter does not work can be long. At PRO-CONSULT, we are specialists in troubleshooting solar inverters and correcting the error.

The repair time depends on which fault you experience on the inverter. If it is urgent to have it repaired, we offer emergency service.

Signs of a faulty inverter can be:

  • No light on the inverter
  • Error messages on the display
  • No or low power production
  • Loud noises or unusual noises

The lifetime of solar cells depends on many factors. If necessary, read the article "How long do solar cells last?“.

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