100W Portable Folding Solar Module Made by Monocrystalline Solar Cell

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

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100W Portable Folding Solar Module Made by Monocrystalline Solar Cell


Power for lighting and charging, etc.
Ideal for caravans & motorhomes
1) folding solar panels for camping, trekker, caravans and boats
2) folding solar panels are made of Germany manufactured Bosch solar cells
3). Management Certification: ISO 9001: 2008 TUV CE RoHS ISO 14001: 2004
4). Factory directly supply
5). Perfect quality and long lifespan
6). 25 years quality warranty

Features
High reliability with guaranteed -3% to +5% power output tolerance, ensuring return on investment
High conversion efficiency based on leading innovative photovoltaic technologies
Withstands high wind-pressure and snow load, and extreme temperature variations
Attractive appearance
Unique frame design, high mechanical strength, and easy Installation

Efficiency
Low voltage-temperature coefficient allows higher power output at high-temperature condition
High efficient, high reliable solar cells ensure our product output stability

Materials
Advanced EVA encapsulation system with triple-layer back sheet meets the most stringent safety requirements for high-voltage operation
The sturdy, anodized aluminum frame allows the modules to be mounted on a variety of standard racking systems and to withstand harshest conditions
Ultra reliable bypass diodes prevent damage through overheating due to shaded or defective cells
Innovative, environmentally friendly packing method using pile-edges ensures modules arrive in perfect condition
We handle all the components needed for utility-connected systems, or for powering independent homes and remote industrial sites.
We offer knowledgeable tech support before and after the sale
New frame design incorporating hexagonal shaped drainage holes, with more grounding holes, provide flexible installation and use.

Why choosing our solar panel
Excellent quality, competitive price, prompts delivery, on-time service and good reputation.
We handle all the components needed for utility-connected systems, or for powering independent homes and remote industrial sites.
We manufacture the complete line of solar modules ranging from 3W to 300W with CEC, TUV, and CE approval, offering the full spectrum sizes, solar panels are as efficient as other competitors, but far cheaper-without skimping on quality.

Material:monocrystalline silicon
Max. Power:100W
Conversion efficiency:17.26%
Module size (mm):505*690*30mm
Cell Type156*51.5/3*12
Weight(kg)15.0
Nominal voltage(V):18
Nominal current (A):5.56
Open circuit voltage (Voc):21.6
Short cirsuit current(Isc):6.00
Power tolerance:-3%to+5%
NOCT:45± 2%/degree
Temperature coefficient of Voc:-0.34%/degree
Temperature coefficient of Isc:0.017%/degree
Temperature coefficient of Pmax:-0.48%/degree
Operating temperature:-40/degree to+85/degree
CertificationsISO 9001 TUV CE RoHS
Maximum system voltage:IEC, 1000V DC, 600V


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Q:H2 as an Alternative Fuel Source using Solar Panels?
H2 has more energy per weight – but requires twice the volume of fuel. It is unsafe to transport as a liquid or gas (usually in a carrier medium of some sort) Solar panels are expensive (low output per $) and expire after some use. They are dirty and energy inefficient to make too. However: hydroelectric, wind, and sea technologies may offer some improvements in costs with oil prices as high as they are.
Q:what is the volts of 75watts solar panel?
Many of the panels used on homes are designed to produce 2 volts DC. 0 of them wired in a series would produce 20 volts DC. An inverter is used to change the DC voltage to AC. The other aspect of electricity is amperage. With electrical units wired in series the voltage is added. When they are wired in parallel the amperage is added. The Volts x Amps produced will give you the wattage. A wise homeowner will examine their electric bills or the equipment used to determine their demand. They will consult tables that let them know how much sunlight their area receives each year as this will alter the rated performance of the panels. Then they will try and determine how much of the demand they want to fill. 80% may be economical. Then they also want to determine what they will do with excess electricity that may be produced during the summer months of intense sun and how they will supply the shortfall of low sun winter months. From all this they will determine the number of solar panels they need to purchase.
Q:How much power does the solar panel produce?
Area is 4' * 2' * (0.3048m/ft)^2 = 0.743m^2. Incoming solar (assuming optimally oriented panel) averages about kW/m^2, so 743W max gross. 4% efficiency yields 300W. Most panels are about 0% - 5% efficient, which is about W. In either case, figure about /2 the theoretical efficiency for about 2 hrs per day. so, you can run something from 50 to 50W about 2hrs per day. Too small for any appliance except maybe a laptop or light bulb. Panels typically make about 2V, not enough to run household stuff anyway. Normally panels are used to charge batteries, then an inverter takes power from the battery to run your appliances. Good luck!
Q:how fast does a 25watt solar panel generate power to a battery?
To figure our how many you need, take a look at your power bill. It will tell you how many kilowatt/hours you used during the month. My bill says I use about 2000 kilowatt/hours per month, or about 2000 kwh /30 days=67 kw/h hours per day. That is 67,000 watt hours. To supply that with solar panels, you have to generate at least 67,000 watt hours, but you don't have a full day to do it, since you have to do it while the sun is up. So you put the energy into batteries during the day, so you can use it at night. A 25 watt panel generates about 25 watts when fully illuminated by the sun. If you fully illuminate it for an hour, you get 25 watt hours. If you get 2 hours of sunlight a day, that would seem to imply that I need 67000 watt hours/25 watts /2 hours=45 panels. But for most of the day, the sun isn't hitting the panel fully, so it isn't going to generate the full 25 watts. When the sun is 45 degrees to the side, you only get about 70%. When the sun is 60 deg to the side, you only get 50%. And what do you do on cloudy days? And the shorter days in the winter? To make up for this, you have to increase the number of panels to make up for the loss. So in reality, I might need double this number of panels, for realiable solar power throughout the year. That works out to about 90 panels, or ,250 watts worth for my house.
Q:How tangible do horseshoe solar panels sound?
Sorry to be a prophet of doom again but the fault in the system is that only a small portion of the cell is used at any time of the day, given the high cost of solar panels this is not financially viable. Why not just have a small motor to turn the panel to face the sun, that's been done and it works.
Q:Homemade Solar Panels?
Hey David, yes, we have built plenty of them. If you are into the do it yourself world, the easiest type to build is the Batch Preheater type. What you need is an old water heater, something small, like an under counter model, 0 to 30 gallons in size. It has to be one that hasn't rusted out yet and started leaking. We stopped at a local plumbing place in town, they are always throwing out units they have removed from homes because the new owner wants a larger unit, or gas versus electric, and so on. He sold us a pretty recent model for $0. Take the water heater home, and strip off the outer metal housing and all the insualtion so all you have left is the tank. Clean it up, and paint it with black paint. Now build a wood enclosure, something the size of a dog house that your tank will fit inside of. Use a glass panel for one side of the roof. What works best is an old window pane someone is throwing out that is about the right size, then build your dog house to fit it. When it's done, put some styrofoam insulation panels around the back and side walls to keep the heat in when the sun shines on it, then mount your tank inside. Put your dog house someplace in the sun, run the cold water that normally feeds into your water heater into the tank (in the cold inlet side), then run a pipe from the outlet of the tank to your regular water heater. We have one just like this installed in the northern midwest, it works great about 7 months of the year. Usually in the summer if it's about 75 degrees outside, the water comes into the house at around 00 degrees, then the regular water heater only needs to add another 25 degrees to the water to finish it off. Since the water starts out at about 56 degrees, the solar preheater ends up doing about 65% of the work. In the winter, we simply drain the tank and lines to and from it, and route the cold water directly to the regular water heater. There are some designs on line, try googling, Batch Water Preheater. Take care, Rudydoo
Q:How much does it cost to install Solar Panels?
Cba to read all that, but all I know is for 3 sola pannles it cost abot 5000 xxx
Q:What kind of Solar Power panel setup do I need for this?
Unfortunately solar panels are low output,generally only 2 volt and very low amperage,so you would need to build a multi panel array with a DC-AC converter all together costing several hundred dollars which would only work during sunlight.Just roughly figuring,about $800. Plan2-Solar charger,battery bank,and DC-AC inverter so it would work 24hrs a day,also several hundred $$. Solar power does just not seem feasible(to me)in this application.By far the cheapest set up here would be an extension cord fromhouse to the bucket.260 watts per hr is a fairly lightweight draw,even not figuring the thermostat's cycling it on and off as needed.Electricity is sold in kilowatt hours(000W/hr).This bucket would use(not allowing for thermostats control lowering it)appx 6000watts or 6KW per day.Depending on your electrical cost per Kwh it would cost very little to run.(In my location appx 50cents a day) or appx the same amount as my computer(325watts total)) Note that that would be a maximum rate,and would actually be less due to thermostat cycling off and on as needed.
Q:How do you make your own solar panels?
If you're thinking of solar electric panels then forget it. It you just want to dabble in solar power then shop around for a 5 volt panel. Find out how many watts it puts out and then divide the cost $$ by the wattage. The lower the cost per watt the better of a deal you'll be getting That's generally speaking of course because it doesn't take quality into account but it's a practical way to compare panels. On the other hand, it you want to make a solar panel that will heat hot water then it's a different story. You can have a lot of fun with that project and you'll find a lot of plans on the Internet.
Q:Question about home solar panel systems?
The $25,520 price amounts to about $8.5 a watt which is high, I would've expected between $2.50 to $5 a watt and those are dated prices so it sound like the vendor is raking the price up. You didn't mention how many months your $75 financing is for but keep in mind that at 3 kw for 8 hours a day for 30 days at 2 cents per kwh, you would generate $86.40 so you will be paying about twice as much for your solar power as you would had you bought the power from the grid. Mind you, for people on a fixed income, there is the security that the cost will not rise ( if properly insured ) so there could be an advantage to paying a premium for your power if you're on a fixed income. I'd say it's a rip off but I also believe solar has a ways to go even with subsidies before it's an economic choice and that's usually not a popular stance with the green washed crowds.

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