Hello, I've grown an interest in hydroelectric lately. I've been reading a lot, looking at wiring diagrams, and looking at the different tech available today for hydro. One thing is confusing me about some systems with a dump/diversion load setup like this one. http://www.rockyhydro.com/images/microhydrosystem.jpg I think I understand the concept of it, but what exactly is stopping the batteries from being over drained from the inverter load?
I've been struggle to find the answer, so I thought I'd see if anyone on here knows the answer. Any help is appreciated.
The inverter load draining your battery isn't just a micro-hydro question. Solar Panels/Wind/Hydro and any type of 'off-grid' solutions have the same problem.
And in truth they will drain your battery, your battery will go from 100% full to 50% and then down to 0% and it might even kill your battery.
If you are onsite this is when you would turn on your generator, or tell everyone to stop using the microwave, electronics, unplug devices. You meat in your fridge might go bad, etc.
SO the real solution is to size your system properly. So that your don't have to watch your meat in your fridge go bad.
Iterations are fine, we don't have to be perfect
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