We have been getting a lot of queries regarding the lithium battery which is one of the most important components in a solar power system.

Lithium Battery:

In this article, we will be explaining to you in three minutes what is a lithium battery and how it works.

The concept of solar power is not too difficult to understand. When light shines on the solar panel, it is converted into power. The solar power system then converts the sunlight into electricity, which can be stored in a battery or used to directly power the DC loads through an inverter.

There are several types of batteries. Lead-acid batteries, such as car and marine batteries, are relatively cheap and commonly used for solar power systems. They supply energy for short periods of time at a high current and are great for supplying your loads with energy when you’re off-grid. 

However, they do need to be charged regularly, and if discharged too much or overcharged, they will leak acid. To prevent this from happening, you’ll need to set up a charge controller, which makes sure that the batteries are never overcharged or drained below a certain level.

Lithium batteries don’t require regular charging like lead-acid batteries—in fact, charging them only after they have been completely discharged will ruin them (this is called ‘deep cycling’, and it’s bad). Instead, they should be charged using a low constant current, which means that they can be left connected to the solar power system without needing any kind of controller. 

All in all, a lithium battery is a good option when it comes to solar power systems.