Soft-Tech Solutions, is a proprietory firm, established in 2001, initially started with Basic Computer Training. Over the years, we have trained over thousands of students. Later competed by introducing professional / advanced courses. Quality and customers satisfaction is our primary motto. Motivating our people to excel in their respective areas of specialization. Backed by a team of highly qualified and experienced engineers, our company offers after sales services at site on all the products that we offer to our clients. Our services are sharp and prompt ensuring client's full peace of mind at reasonable cost. We also provide our clients the necessary and latest components to expand their setup and upgrade their existing systems to better technologies as per clients' requirements.
CCTV(closed circuit television) is a TV system in which signals are not publicly distributed but are monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. CCTV relies on strategic placement of cameras, and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere. Because the cameras communicate with monitors and/or video recorders across private coaxial cable runs or wireless communication links, they gain the designation "closed-circuit" to indicate that access to their content is limited by design only to those able to see it. Older CCTV systems used small, low-resolution black and white monitors with no interactive capabilities. Modern CCTV displays can be color, high-resolution displays and can include the ability to zoom in on an image or track something (or someone) among their features. Talk CCTV allows an overseer to speak to people within range of the camera's associated speakers.Read More
A regular home UPS/inverter system has a system of inverter and batteries that is connected to the home power connection. When the power is coming from the grid, the UPS/inverter system charges the batteries using the power coming from the grid. When the power is off, the inverter takes the DC power from the batteries and converts it into AC used by appliances. There is an automated switch in the system that senses if the grid is not supplying power and switches the UPS into battery mode. With solar charge controller, inverter uses solar panels to charge the battery and thus, solar inverter also converts DC electricity into AC electricity. Solar inverter does not take current constantly from the battery; it has some built-in activity for sparing the battery from deep discharge and makes sure long lifespan for the inverter battery. In the same way, the solar home UPS saves the battery with its inbuilt functions. As the solar UPS has built-in solar charge controller, you can directly connect your solar panels to the solar home UPS system. However, we can’t connect our solar panels directly with DC output to the solar inverter, as we separately require a solar charge controller device for regulating the current from the solar panels. Hybrid solar inverter or Solar Home UPS system has two inbuilt chargers, grid charger and solar charger which gives instant power supply in case of grid power failure. Although both devices share some common functionality normal solar home inverter is quite different from solar home UPS.Read More
A battery is an electrochemical cell that can be charged electrically to provide a static potential for power or released electrical charge when needed. A battery generally consists of an anode, a cathode, and an electrolyte. Common types of commercial batteries and some of their characteristics and advantages are summarized in the following table. Battery types not shown include the Zinc-Air, Flooded Lead Acid, and Alkaline batteries.Read More
GPS is a satellite navigation system used to determine the ground position of an object. GPS technology was first used by the United States military in the 1960s and expanded into civilian use over the next few decades. Today, GPS receivers are included in many commercial products, such as automobiles, smartphones, exercise watches, and GIS devices. The GPS system includes 24 satellites deployed in space about 12,000 miles (19,300 kilometers) above the earth's surface. They orbit the earth once every 12 hours at an extremely fast pace of roughly 7,000 miles per hour (11,200 kilometers per hour). The satellites are evenly spread out so that four satellites are accessible via direct line-of-sight from anywhere on the globe. Each GPS satellite broadcasts a message that includes the satellite's current position, orbit, and exact time. A GPS receiver combines the broadcasts from multiple satellites to calculate its exact position using a process called triangulation. Three satellites are required in order to determine a receiver's location, though a connection to four satellites is ideal since it provides greater accuracy.Read More