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# Design of MPPT for Solar panel

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#### hynix

##### Member level 5
timnolan + homepower

Hi Those who are interested for the same can look at the link below
Also I am interested to have compleat design of MPPT(Maximum Power Point Tracker) for Solar pannel any one out there intereste to share more info about that.

thanks

#### solvarg

##### Full Member level 2
timnolan mppt

hynix said:
Hi Those who are interested for the same can look at the link below
Also I am interested to have compleat design of MPPT(Maximum Power Point Tracker) for Solar pannel any one out there intereste to share more info about that.

thanks

This looks really interesting! I´am on!

#### Mr.Cool

tim nolan mppt

hi there;

i know a lot about MPPT and designing a line synchronized inverter (find a post with subject "Photovoltaic" i discuss a problem i am having). i would be happy to discuss and/or share information on this subject.

you can post here, or private message me.

Mr.Cool

#### solvarg

##### Full Member level 2

hynix said:
Hi Those who are interested for the same can look at the link below
Also I am interested to have compleat design of MPPT(Maximum Power Point Tracker) for Solar pannel any one out there intereste to share more info about that.

thanks
hynix, I guess you have electrical solar panels in mind? My need is an MPPT device for an "water" solar panel. As I see it, it should do the same job. I have pictured the device as a time and date controlled positioning system. Let the calendar control elevation and rotation of the panel.

#### Mr.Cool

personally i am using the "incremental conductance" method to find the maximum power from a solar panel.

but i can't start on the software cause i can't get my programmer to communicate with my software

i've spent many many hours fiddling with it... grrr....

Mr.Cool

#### humanbynature

##### Newbie level 1

I've found a relatively cheap way to create my own power. Just buy a Marine windmill for around $900-1200, and attach it to an synchronized inverter. For less then around$2000 you could be producing around 400watts. Enough to power most of the lights in most homes.

These windmills are unobtrusive, easy to install and quiet.

This is just me, thinking outside of the box.

#### froggy

##### Member level 5

Have you seen the Tim Nolan MPPT:
Its a very interesting design based on sw runing on a pic. The software also regulary turn the MPPT on and off to measure the improved effiency for debug purpose.

/Froggy

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