18kW Solar Water Pump Inverter in Fayum, Egypt
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Site: A farm in the desert
Date: October 2021
Location: Fayum Province, Egypt
Industry: Agricultural Irrigation, Fruit Tree Irrigation
Project scope: To develop a new series of solar pumps with the help of VEICHI solar pump drives
VEICHI deliveries: Solar PV module array, SI23 solar pump drive
In October 2021, VEICHI's 18.5kW solar water pumping system was successfully installed in Fayoum, Egypt. The system pumps up water from deep wells for crop growth.
The problem of energy and water sources is one of the most important issues many countries are faced with. Around more than 30% agricultural pumps are not available to connect with grid electricity due to poor power facilities. And 50% farms cannot get well irrigated because of poor water conservancy infrastructure. Nowadays the cost of diesel is rapidly increasing，so the cost of maintenance on diesel generator pump system is very high. It is urgent and important to find a sustainable way for agricultural irrigation.
Solar powered water pump technology is a very good solution to agricultural irrigation. The system consists of 18kW solar array，18kW pump inverter and 18kw pump and provides 30 m³ /h water for irrigation.
Rated Power: 18.5kW
Rated Voltage: 380VAC 3 Phase
Rated Current: 38A
Rated Frequency: 50Hz
Rated RPM： 2920RPM
Solar Pump Controller:
Drive Brand /Model：VEICHI / SI23-D5-018G-A
Rated Power/Current: 18.5Kw/38A
Rated Output: 380VAC 3 Phase
Input Voltage Range: 250VDC –780VDC
The smallholder only needs to pay a small proportion of the down payment to the dealer and pay the installment every month as agreed. After one year, he can fully own the solar water pump system. Previously, due to the lack of irrigation system, the irrigation of the farm mainly depended on precipitation. When the dry season comes, crops often die due to lack of water when they are about to mature. With this solar water pump system, customers no longer have to worry about the irrigation of corn fields.