Live Webinars

  • Morningstar Solar Charge Controllers & Inverters

    Is your system less-than-perfect? Ultimately, the health of your batteries will tell you that. But that’s a hard and expensive way to learn! Instead, learn how choosing the right solar charge controller up-front can make or break your off-grid system.

    This webinar is conducted each month to introduce individuals to Morningstar and off-grid solar. It is also appropriate for experienced professionals who are looking for a refresher, or to have their pressing questions answered by one of our engineers. Attend this webinar to receive One NABCEP CE credit and  learn about:

    • Battery charging stages
    • Differences between PWM and MPPT controllers
    • Effects of oversizing PV arrays
    • Efficiency variations with output power
    • Electronic and environmental protections
    • Controller/inverter features and accessories
    • High voltage charge controllers

    Click on a link below to register for an upcoming Live Webinar (make sure to check your time zones):

    • January 16, 2020 10:00 am (US Eastern Time)
    • January 16, 2020 2:00 pm (US Eastern Time)
    • January 16, 2020 8:00 pm (US Eastern Time)
  • Solar-powered solutions for telecommunications

    Featured Speaker: Dave Putman of Two Explorers, LLC

    Register for this webinar to learn about proven, accepted, solutions for solar-powered telecommunications systems. Dave Putman of Two Explorers, LLC–a leading representative of NorthStar Batteries–joins the Morningstar Team to discuss:

    • Different types of solar telecom applications
    • PWM and MPPT controllers
    • Maximizing battery life through proper maintenance and charge settings adjustments
    • Morningstar and NorthStar advantages associated with telecommunications applications
    • Certifications including FCC Class B
    • Networking, monitoring and communications protocols including MODBUS, MQTT and SNMP
    • Data logging and diagnostics At the end of the webinar, all attendee questions will be addressed as time permits.

    Click on a link below to register for an upcoming Live Webinar (make sure to check your time zones):

    • January 28, 2020 2:00 pm (US Eastern Time)