Solar Panels & Inverters

Solar Panel Installations

With a Solar Power system from Eco Choice Solar, you can reduce your energy bills and help offset the impacts of rising electricity costs.

Owning your own solar power system will help give you control of your rising electricity costs now and into the future. Eco Choice Solar will guide you through the entire process.

We work with Tier 1 solar panels

Tier One Solar Panels

JINKO

The Jinko range is a great choice for Australian solar consumers because of their high performance in extreme conditions.

Model: Eagle 295w – 315w

  • Cell Type: Monocrystalline Solar Panels
  • Output: 295-315 Watt
  • Maximum EfficiencyThe higher the efficiency, the more solar power it will produce per square metre.: 19.24%
  • Warranty: 10 Year Product Warranty and 25 Year Linear Power Warranty.

Australian HQ: Parramatta, NSW


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Eagle 295 – 315

Tier One Solar Panels

JA SOLAR

JA Solar panels are becoming a popular choice for our residential and commercial clients given the high-wattage means you can generate more energy with fewer panels.

Model: JAM60S01 300w – 320w

  • Cell Type: Mono Crystalline Solar Panels
  • Output Range: 300-320 Watt
  • Maximum EfficiencyThe higher the efficiency, the more solar power it will produce per square metre.: 19.2%
  • Warranty: 12 Year Product Warranty and 25 Year Linear Power Warranty.

Australian HQ: Newcastle, NSW


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JA Solar 300w-320w

Tier One Solar Panels

TRINA

The world’s largest manufacturer of solar panels offers terrific value for money in their flagship Honey range of panels.

Model: Honey M Plus

  • Cell Type: Monocrystalline Solar Panels
  • Output: 275-305 Watt
  • Maximum EfficiencyThe higher the efficiency, the more solar power it will produce per square metre.: 18.6%
  • Warranty: 10 Year Product Warranty and 25 Year Linear Power Warranty.

Australian HQ: Sydney, NSW


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Honey
Honey M

Interested in other solar panel brands?

We can source and install all leading brands of solar panels including LG, which come with a 25-year warranty.

Only The Best Solar Inverters

Solar Inverters

FRONIUS

The Fronius Primo is a single-phase solar inverter perfect for the residential solar installation. It has a range from 3kwh to 8.2kwh.
 
Features:

  • Wi-Fi enabled
  • Extendable warranty (5 + 5)
  • Access to Solarweb online portal
  • Optional Smart Meter for real-time consumption monitoring

 

Downloads:
Fronius Primo Brochure
Fronius Hybrid Brochure

Solar Inverters

SOLAX

The SolaX X1 series are single and dual MPPT inverters offering high efficiency and reliability at an affordable price.
 
Features:

  • Remote system monitoring via the X-Cloud
  • Warranty 5 years standard (Extend 10, 15, 20 available)
  • Rated for indoor and outdoor use
  • Maximum conversion efficiency of 97.6

 

Downloads:
SolaX X1 Brochure
Solax Gen3 Hybrid Brochure

Solar inverter

SOLIS

The Solis brand was one of the first inverters imported into Australia and is respected as reliable yet affordable.
 
Features:

  • Wifi and monitoring app available
  • Warranty 5 years standard
  • Maximum conversion efficiency over 97.8%

 

Downloads:
Solis Single Phase 4G Inverter Brochure

Generate More From Each Solar Panel

We regularly install the trusted combination of SolarEdge panels and inverter because they have power optimisers connected to each solar panel on your roof. This means that if some panels are under-performing due to shade for example, the system will bypass these panels to generate the optimal power. This is not the case with other traditional PV systems.

SolarEdge

Model: SPV 300

  • Cell Type: Monocrystalline Solar Panels
  • Output: 300 Watt
  • Maximum EfficiencyThe higher the efficiency, the more solar power it will produce per square metre.: 18.3%
  • Warranty: 12 Year Product Warranty and 25 Year Linear Power Warranty.

Australian HQ: Collingwood, VIC


Downloads:
SolarEdge Smart Panel Brochure
SolarEdge Single Phase Inverter Brochure

Monitoring

Both Fronius and Solax offer monitoring capabilities so you can track the solar you are generating, consuming and feeding back into the grid. Both offer iPhone and Android apps.

FAQ

Have Questions?

What are solar micro inverters?

The traditional solar installation will use a single solar inverter for all of your panels. For example, you may have one inverter for 15-20 solar panels. You can choose to install micro inverters, so there’s one to every panel. Should there be a failure isolated to just one panel, a system with micro inverters will ensure the remaining panels continue operating at full capacity. Unfortunately, though, you should expect an extra 25% on your installation cost so it is often not worth the extra investment.

How long do solar inverters last?

You should expect your solar inverters to last a minimum 10 years and up to 20 years. Most warranty periods are for 10 years (Solax offers an extended 20-year warranty).

Do solar inverters turn off at night?

Yes, solar inverters will turn off at night. There simply isn’t enough energy to keep them operational at night. But they will kick back in the morning when there’s sufficient power.

How do solar panels work?

Well…To put it simply, the energy from the sun generates electrical currents in the form of DC, which is sent to the inverter where it is converted to AC .

For a visual explanation, check out this graphic from Solect.com.

Do solar panels generate power at night?

No they do not. The system will shut down due to the lack of energy. This is why some people choose to install a solar battery, so that you can store the energy generated during the day and then use it at night.

Do I need a north-facing roof?

No you don’t necessarily need your solar panels facing North. By facing them North you will maximise the energy converted but it depends on your objective. For example, if you want to maximise the solar energy you consume, then you may want to align them to receive more energy in the morning or in the evening depending on your situation. There is also discussions to increase feed in tarrifs during peak consumption to ease the load of the power grid. If this comes in place, then you may want to produce more energy in the evening.

Get your free home assessment and solar quote

Provide us with your residential address and a recent electricity bill and we can provide you with a free home assessment including our recommended panel layout and financial savings.