240 volt grid feed inverter
info about the inverter itself, some basic specs etc.
An On-Grid or Tie-Grid Inverter are special types of inverters which convert direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC) electricity and feeds it into an existing National and/or State power grid. These Inverters are most often used to convert DC produced by many renewable energy sources, namely solar panels and wind turbines, into the alternating current (AC) used to power your home or business. The Inverter is a critical component of a Solar PV system and when properly designed the system power will be maximised by utilising the correctly specified Inverter.

In Australia Grid Connected Inverters must meet AS4777.1 2005 and most possess a number of features, which include,
• Match the voltage and phase Power Grid
• Shut Down during a grid power outage (safety concerns)
• Do not provide backup during power outages (safety concerns)