If you want know which configuration of Jua products is right for you, first analyse your energy needs carefully.
A load profile can be defined as the power demand of an energy system mapped over time. A load profile not only captures the energy demand of the user but also serves as a vital input to the electrical system design. Especially in the case of off-grid power systems like the SHSs, reliable apriori knowledge of the load profile is extremely helpful in the electrical sizing the system (i.e., deciding the PV rating and the battery capacity).
In fact, load profile, even if coarsely estimated, is almost always the starting point in an off-grid, standalone PV system design. Load profiles can have a profound impact on the performance as well as design decisions in off-grid systems. A better knowledge of load profile makes for a more optimal off-grid electrical system design. Conversely, the lack of an appropriate load profile leads to either oversizing or undersizing the system, thereby causing an unhealthy trade-off between system costs and power availability.
This is very important. No two systems are the same.