100W Mono Flexible Solar Power Panel Made in China

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 100 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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 100w mono flexible solar power panel


    Flexible solar panel are designed to provide a powerful charging solution for batteries and conform to almost any surface. Unlike other 'flexible' products, these use high-efficiency monocrystalline cells that produce more power per square foot than any other flexible panel on the market.
   An impermeable lamination coats the entire module, allowing it to contour and flex against curved areas, eliminating any need for custom mounts.
   The panel can be affixed by adhesive or screw mounting options and grommets are an added bonus for  ease-of-installation. The thin, lightweight module can also be sewn into canvas, making it a truly versatile solar module.
     The Solar Flex panels are aerodynamic and DURABLE - a virtually unbreakable solar battery charger for RVs, boats and long-haul trucks.

100W Mono Flexible Solar Power Panel Made in China

 

Module size (mm):535*1050
Cell Type125x125
Weight(kg)3
Power tolerance:+/-3%
Nominal peak power(WP):100
Nominal voltage(V):17.6
Nominal current (A):5.68
NOCT:45+/-2°C
Voltage temperature coefficient:-0.33%/°C
Current temperature coefficient:+0.05%/°C
Power temperature coefficient:-0.23%/°C
Open circuit voltage (Voc):20.8
Short cirsuit current(Isc):6.14
Conversion efficiency:20.41%
Operating temperature:-40 to+85°C
Max system voltage:1000V DC


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Q:Which stores can you buy solar panels at?
You might try Lowes Home Improvement. Or the yellow pages. Or Solar Panels R US.
Q:Solar Panel Efficiency?
I've operated a 25 kilowatt (kw) solar panel system for two years (44 panels, rated at 90 watts each, just about like yours). It averages 0 kilowatt hours (kwh) per day, but clear days get about 60 kwh. My system generates about 3300 kwh per month (we dump directly to grid), worth about $4,000 per year. Payback for my system, which cost $00,000 (after utility rebates and tax credits), is 25 years (the expected lifetime, coincidentally). Under similar conditions, your 200 watt solar panel would average 820 watt-hours per day, or about 25 kwh per month, worth $2.50.
Q:I need help with solar panels?
Is it a solar water heater (with water running through it) or a solar electric panel (makes electricity)? If it is a solar water heater, you can buy tempered glass from a local glass dealer. If it is solar electric, it is probably cheaper to buy a new panel than trying to repair it. Read the label on the back of the panel to determine what model it is. If it is less than 40 watts, you may be able to have one shipped to you. If it is bigger than that, it will be expensive to ship just one panel, as it has to go by truck, you may be able to find a local place that sells them.
Q:Are Solar Panels worth it in Southern California?
There are several factors to consider when looking into solar power for your house. If you want to replace your use of utility electricity with solar power for say a 500 - 2000 square foot home then the system will cost you at least $30000 - $50000 to install. You will also have the maintenance issue of your storage batteries, panels, and inverter which will eventually wear out over time. So lets say we have an optimistic price of $30000 for a whole house system (this would be really cheap), dividing this by your yearly consumption would give you the amount of years it would take for the expenditure to pay for itself (not counting maintenance which could be costly). The payoff would be about 25 years, so all things remaining equal, I would say that it is a bad investment. Solar panels as they are manufactured today do not have a very long life span. They will greatly decrease in efficiency after several years and will most likely need to be replaced in 0 years. The panels themselves are the greatest expense. You could problably find better ways to make/save more money by investing $30000 - $50000 somewhere else IMHO. Solar technology is still not at the point where it is profitable in the sense you are thinking about. Unless of course, there are huge tax incentives for you or large rebate programs through your local utility, but you would have to do the math on that as well. If you are thinking small as in a couple panels to supplement your utility electric, the above still applies as well. In fact will it take longer to recoup the cost of a smaller setup. Hope this helps!
Q:Why are solar panels only 0% efficient?
Unlikely that we gan get to near 00% efficiency, although there is room for improvement. In the meantime, don't pooh-pooh 0% efficiency. That's about the rate of energy transfer up a food pyramid, perhaps a little less at the solar to plant level. As this manages to provide the basis for most of life on earth, it's nothing to sneeze at. As far as the other 90% goes, I would guess that much of it is reflected.
Q:how instal solar panel?
There are MANY garden lights with built in batteries and solar panels that you just need to stick in the ground. There are also self contained units that are wall mountable. THAT way there is no need to run wiring, use battery stacks, etc. and will also probably be less expensive overall.
Q:What does it mean when a solar panel is 50 watts?
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Q:Solar panel battery charging?
it depends how big the panel is. a small trickle charger (like a 2W panel with built-in diode), just connect + to + and - to - (parallel) to trickle charge the battery. The diode will keep the batter from discharging through the panel when there is insufficient sunlight. for a large panel (like a 220W 24v panel), you best go through a charge controller. the charge controller has 2 leads for the solar panel input, 2 leads for the battery connection and 2 leads for the 2v load. just follow the instructions to connect the panel and battery to the controller, and MAKE SURE YOU USE THE REQUIRED FUSES. very straightforward stuff -- just RTFM
Q:How Do Solar Panels Work?
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Q:How to make a solar panel at home?
The first thing to understand is that there is nothing complex about a solar panel. It is nothing more than a collection of solar or PV cells on a board that is fitted to the most appropriate part of your home, generally on the roof. There are guides out there that teach you how to build a solar panel and a windmill for just $50, and it’s very easy to make. Best of all, you can save 70% or more on your energy bill, adding up to thousands of dollars each year in savings. I reviewed both free guides and paid guides and have come up with our top to Build your own solar panels.

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