Solar Atmospheric Water Generator

Working principle:

We use Multitasking Electrics solar systems are totally different from others:

1) Off grid system. This is only one factory that could do with optimum MPPT on grid off solar system.

2) The individual developed hi-tech inverter can transport AC110-220V to the load DIRECTLY. Meanwhile invert energy to the electrical box where batteries stored for use of other appliances if needed.

3) The Air Water Generator (FCAWG) can work automatically if power supplied from inverter will be sufficient when the solar panels with enough sunshine at daytime. And works with power from batteries which might be charged during the daytime or sometimes both of them.

4) The equipped solar panels should be power enough for the FCAWG works at all the day and the batteries fully charged in the same time. And the full charged batteries can supply power to the FCAWG for at least 7 hours at night when the solar panels lose power.

 5) Our inverter is with soft starting or variable frequency starting, with this, inverter sizing just need 1.5 times able to handle surge current during starting because our FCAWG is with compressor's starting while other factory's inverter need 3 times at least even 7.5 times. This way greatly saves your cost.

deal for remote locations:

 · Remote cabins without a well. Most attractive where there is no grid power and where water must be hauled in.

· Industry and packaging where water shortages have caused work stoppage or lost revenue.

· Hotels in water scarce areas. Especially where they have lost room stay nights and/or reputation due to water shortages.

· Million $ homes which can be developed on land that could otherwise not be developed due to lack of water.

· Islands where overuse has eroded the freshwater lenses and destroyed wells. Especially islands with abnormally high cost 

of power.

· Municipalities where lack of water supply is preventing issuance of new building permits.

· Homes and business in the hurricane zone who are at risk of loosing power and or water supplies for extended periods 

of time.

· Well users in areas where dropping aquifer have degraded water quality and where drilling new wells has a low probability 

of success.