Photovoltaic (solar panel) connectors are connectors that are used to connect photovoltaic (PV) panels or arrays to an inverter or other power management system. Photovoltaic connectors are typically used in applications where solar power is being generated, such as in solar power plants or on rooftops.
Photovoltaic connectors are available in different sizes, styles, and configurations, depending on the specific requirements of the application. They may be integrated into larger PV systems or inverters, or may be separate components that are connected to the PV panels or arrays and the inverter via a bus or interface. Photovoltaic connectors typically include a number of features and functions, such as waterproofing, UV resistance, and high-current capacity, to ensure that the PV panels or arrays are securely and reliably connected to the inverter.
Photovoltaic connectors are an important part of any solar power system, and are critical for ensuring that the PV panels or arrays operate efficiently and reliably. They are commonly used in a variety of applications, such as solar power plants, rooftop solar installations, and other systems that generate solar power.