130W/135W Solar Panel with IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 135 Number of Cells(pieces): 64

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130W/135W Solar Panel with IDCOL SONCAP Certificates


EC, MCS (UK), CE, CEC (Australia), INMETRO, IDCOL, SONCAP CERTIFIED

- [EU ANTIDUMPING DUTY-FREE] 

- PROFESSIONAL SOLAR PANEL MANUFACTURER SINCE 2004 

 

FEATURES

`Long Service Life

`High Efficency Solar Cells

`Special Aluminum Frame Design

`High Transmission,Low Iron Tempered Glass

`Advanced Cell Encapsulation

 

APPLICATIONS

`Solar power stations

`Rural electrification, Small home power systems

`Power supply for traffic, security, gas industry

`12V and 24V battery charging system

`Other industrial and commercial applications

 130W/135W Solar Panel with IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Model   Number                           


KM130(6)

KM135(6)

KM140(6)

KM145(6)

KM150(6)

Maximum Power as per   STC     

Pmax(W)

130

135

140

145

150

Power   Tolerance                        

%

±3% 

Maximum Power   Voltage            

Vm(V)

17.96

18.14

18.36

18.15

18.28

Maximum Power   Current             

Im(A)

7.26

7.45

7.65

7.99

8.21

Open Circuit   Voltage                  

Voc(V)

21.6

21.74

21.96

21.72

21.9

Short Circuit   Current                  

Isc(A)

7.83

8.04

8.17

8.69

8.93

Maximum System   Voltage           

VDC

1000

Cell   Efficiency                            

%

15.0

15.5

16.1

16.7

17.3

Module   Efficiency                  

%

12.9

13.4

13.9

14.4

14.9

Cells per   Module                         

Pcs

36

Cell   Type                                     


Monocrystalline silicon

Cell   Size                                       

mm

156 x 156 

Bypass   Diodes                             

Pcs

10Amp, 2 pcs

Max. Series Fuse   Rating              

A

10A

Temperature coefficient of   Isc      

%/°C

0.05

Temperature coefficient of   Voc    

%/°C

-0.35

Temperature coefficient of power 

%/°C

-0.47

NOCT- Nominal operating cell   temperature 

°C

47 ± 2

Operating   Temperature              

°C

-40 ~ +85

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Dimensions                      

mm

1480 x 680 x 35

Weight                                       

Kg

11.6

Type of Junction   Box                 


TUV certified, IP65

Cable Type,   Diameter             


 -

Connector                                  


 -

Tempered   Glass                    


3.2 mm, high transmission, low iron

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130W/135W Solar Panel with IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

130W/135W Solar Panel with IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

FAQ

1. What kind of Solar Cells does it have

---poly crystalline 156*156mm and 125*125mm or mono 125*125mm and 156*156mm

 

2. Is the front panel Glass or Plastic

---Tempered glass 3.2mm thickness or adjust to what you need, Light transmittance up to 95%.

 

3. Does it meet Europe Standards for Solar Energy

---This is TUV approval products, all the producing procedure apply TUV&UL.

 

4. What is the Efficiency level

--- Between 16-18.9% for solar cells.

 

5. What is the Nominal Voltage

--- 18v 20v 24v 36v 30v 48v , and so on, we can adjust to what you need.

 

6. What is the Warranty Period, How many years?

Power efficiency warranty:

---90% in 10 years; 80% in 25 years.


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Q:solar panels?
answering b) your home circutry won't be able to handle solar power energy (or your circut breaker,it will start cuttin out every 5 min)you would have to replace your home circutry(that costs a LOT of money, over $8500)
Q:Solar Panels for Jacuzzi?
You can do this by isolating the jacuzzi, you will need a solar array adequate for the power draw of the jacuzzi, a charge controller, battery bank, off-grid inverter and switch gear. This is the expensive way to go--especially if you are planning to heat the water with the solar. A better option would be to heat the jacuzzi with solar thermal panels. It is plumbing instead of electrical, but the cost would be much less. If you still want to do PV (electric) solar, think about putting a non-isolated grid-tie solar array on your home. They are much cheaper, and if you think about it, it really does not matter if you use the solar electricity to run a light, a fridge, a TV, or a Jacuzzi, that amount of power is subtracted from your overall house power bill. Just size the array for the power output of the jacuzzi, and let the power meter do the rest. Your overall result will be the same and the system will be half the price, or less.
Q:Nuclear reactors vs. Solar panels?
You should research nuclear reactors and their emissions. Mostly it's waste heat, and if they use a water-based cooling reactor, there can be significant emissions of water vapor. Some might consider the spent fuel an emission too. Waste nuclear material disposal is a problem. Research it. Solar panels have no emissions during operation, but there is some nasty stuff emitted when they are manufactured. 2: Maintenance of solar panels is pretty straightforward: keep them clean, trim overhanging trees, shrubs, etc., check for and clean corrosion, contaminants, etc. regularly. Maintenance of nuclear power plants, so far, is a full time job for many technicians and engineers. The recently developed portable (the size of a shed) nuclear generators claim zero maintenance for 20+ years. That's a big improvement.
Q:how to make a solar panel without any kit?
There are 2 kinds of solar cell/panel. Electrical and thermal. Passive thermal is the easiest. It can be made with clear glass bottles or jars. The bottles or jars must first be cleaned and sterilized to prevent the growth of algae or bacteria. Fill these about 90% full with water that has tsp of chlorine bleach per gallon. Put the caps or lids on tight. Seal with hot melt or other waterproof glue like RTV silicone. Arrange these in an array. You can use cement or just build a wood frame. Even simpler is just to put the bottles on a board or window sill. Place this in a sunny spot. The water will be heated by the solar radiation and will stay warm several hours after the sun is no longer shining on them. A an active thermal cell is different. For this you need a medium to heat. Silicon oil is often used but your could just use water. You need a collector, reservoir, heat sink, and circulating pump. These must be arranged in a manner so that the medium (water) is pumped to the collector where it is heated. It passes through the heat sink to transfer the heat and then returns to the reservoir. To make an electrical panel you can buy components. Photovoltaic cells and the components to mount them, wire them and then change the current generated into a type and voltage you can use.
Q:How do you make your own solar panels?
Well, I can think of a couple places, that you might have got that info from. There are several plans on the net. to build solar heaters from auxillary window units, to full thermal mass walls, with stacked 55 gallon barrels painted flat black, and filled with water. Old Mother Earth News magazines are a great source for these, but its basically sittin a closed box in the sun. . . Not very sexy, and not exactly Rocket Science, I'm thinkin what your askin about is Photovoltaics. Basically a reaction in a silicon chip, that pushes an electron toward the grid. Electiricty producing solar panels, are beyond the capabilities of a single person, however, they''re are (or were a couple months ago). a couple retail sales OKorder stores, scavaging they''re broken panels, cutting out the individual single cells, and then selling them as kits, with instructions how to wire, solder and assmeble working cells. Thats probably what your hearing about, and I think they ended up being about /2 price what they''re new ones sell for. Then you can move on to the bottlemeck problem, that all the green alternative ideas run into . . .How to store it Good luck, and Good Hunting . . Tim
Q:What about solar panels?
This is a site that can help you estimate the size and number of panels that will power what you intend to provide for. There are plenty of sites selling the panels, so compare prices. Also, check whether your state is offering the rebate like the state of CA is and what the restrictions, terms and conditions are. Even with the rebates they are very costly, so be certain to calculate the pay off period for your application to see whether it is a cost efficient option for your energy usage.
Q:How to tie small solar panel system into my house's electircal system?
Not that simple. The N E C covers electrical systems and your state utility regulators cover what and how you can do it. As a practical consideration the inverter produces power and would have an outlet to tap it. Possibly a standard convenience outlet that is the same as your house devices. The problem is to provide a cord that does NOT have exposed hot conductors when it is plugged in and how do you isolate the system from the power grid. To do this you need both a reverse service device and transfer switch that will isolate the house from the grid while the inverter is operating.
Q:What is the real cost of Solar Panels?
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Q:how can i charge a 2 volt car battery(lead-acid)with a solar panel?
Q:Solar Panel Demonstration Ideas?
you have the right idea, but forget about so many batteries cause solar power replaces them. get some small solar motors and use them for ceiling fans, try some small xmas light in a box behind a picture to look like a tv screen, use the small solar motor to demo an exercise bike and use a 00 watt or better light bulb to power your solar cells in place of the sun. that would demo the idea best without the use of batteries. i really hates batteries, but i love me some solar. i am a solar engineer and i think that light is the most amazing element in our universe. solar energy was the first source of power on earth and it will be the last. oh, did i mention that it is also so very very free. in fact, solar energy is so free that one can not even buy a handful of it and one can not even steal a pocket full of it. aint that something to think about and to post on your project just for a fun fact!!

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