PS150-Boost
Performance Chart

PV or Battery 12 or 24V

Total Lift PS150 BOOST 60 PS150 BOOST 125 PS150 BOOST 240
Feet Meters L/h US-G/h Watts L/h US-G/h Watts L/h US-G/h Watts
17 5 260 69 35 475 125 50 900 238 65
33 10 257 68 40 470 124 55 895 236 90
50 15 254 67 45 470 124 62 890 235 105
65 20 252 67 55 469 124 70 880 232 120
83 25 250 66 63 460 122 80 875 231 135
100 30 248 66 72 450 119 90 870 230 150
132 40 246 65 80 448 118 105 865 229 200
150 45 244 64 85 447 118 112 860 227 225
165 50 242 64 90 446 118 120
200 60 240 63 95 425 112 140
231 70 239 63 110 419 111 160
265 80 238 63 125 409 108 185
300 90 236 62 140 407 108 200
330 100 234 62 165
400 120 228 60 185
460 140 222 59 220
Battery Sample Layout:
Lift / water req.: 20m lift and 1000L per day required
Solar radiation: 6kWh/m2/day say 6 peak sun hours
Pump: PS150 BOOST 60 pump, 1000L / 252L/h = 4h pumping time
Energy req.: 4h X 55Watt = 220Wh X 1,5 =330Wh (const. factor for battery systems to account for battery, charging and array losses)
Array size: 330Wh / 6 peak sun hour day (summer) = 55Wp array is needed
Battery size: 330Wh / 12V = 28Ah X 2 = 60Ah min. size (min. factor for batteries)

Choose a larger array and battery size to compensate bad weather periods.

Solar Direct Sample Layout:
Lift / water req.: 40m and 2500 L per day
Solar radiation: 6kWh/m2/day say 6 peak sun hours
Selected Pump: 2500L / 6 = 416L/h -> PS150 BOOST 125
Selected Array: 105 Watt + 20% = 126 -> 130Wp array
Handy Hint: Try to select the smallest pump. A smaller pump will start earlier in the morning (and pumps later in the afternoon) and it will pump more during low light conditions then a larger type.

Choose a larger array and battery size to compensate bad weather periods.



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