My Solar Installer Asked These 3 Crucial Questions before Suggesting the Best Solar Inverter for My House

Why was solar power required in this area?

Mr. Praveen decided to construct a home for himself and his family. They decided to get a house in Sanchore district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The area where Praveen decided to get his house constructed was an area that experiences frequent power cuts of about 3 hours daily. Praveen required to have a power backup system for his home but he wondered how he should go about buying a long lasting inverter and battery.

Praveen then approached his nearby dealer, Mr. Kaluram, who suggested him to install a solar system in his home.

District Sanchore receives ample amount of sunlight. With an average of 11 hours and 50 mins of daylight in this month of March, a solar installation would bring all the right results.

Kaluram first asked him the following questions—

  1. What load do you want to run on your power backup system?
  2. What is your budget?
  3. Will you run any heavy/sensitive appliances on your backup system?

Praveen then replied, ‘I want to run 2 tubelights (43 W each) and 2 fans (50 W each) on my inverter. I can afford to buy one battery and one inverter along with that minimum number of panels that can give me few hours of backup in the day.’ He also specified that whenever mains is available, it should charge the battery. During the day, solar should run the load.


So Kaluram found the perfect inverter to suit his needs and installed the following in his house—

Technical Specifications:

  1. Su-Kam Brainy Eco 1100
  2. Su-Kam’s solar panels – 300W
  3. Battery – 150AH


Load running and units generated

This solar system generates approximately 2 to 3 units of electricity every day depending on the weather conditions and runs 2 tubelights and 2 fans.

This is how the installation of Brainy Eco looks:


It is an intelligent off-grid solar system that runs both on solar and mains. In this hospital, for example, if they want to use mains power whenever it is available, they can select grid priority so that whenever mains is available the load will run on mains and battery will charge by mains. On all other times, it will give priority to solar. The same way one can select solar priority to maximum use solar power at all times.

The installation was a success and Mr. Praveen is pleased with the outcome.

Mr. Kaluram says, ‘Mr. Praveen approached us with a requirement of installing a backup system for his home. We understood his load requirement and suggested for a solar system to be installed. This area experiences power cuts about 3 hours daily. Brainy eco will run the load perfectly. The first one week we will monitor its performance closely.’

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For further details, please contact—

Mr. Kaluram – 09982989696

Raj Lakshmi electro device



Contact the customer on the following address—

Mr. Praveen





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