140W/145W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

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- TUV IEC, 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

 140W/145W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC 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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140W/145W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

140W/145W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC 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:How much do solar panels usually cost?
Solar panels are currently selling for between $4 and $6 per watt of rated power output. A typical panel that you might install on your roof would be rated for between 00 and 300 watts and therefore will cost between about $400 and around $500 or so. A complete solar power system also needs some other components and will have some installation costs and so the total installed cost of a solar system is typically in the range of $8 - 0 per watt of rated power. Most home sized systems are rated in the 000 to 0,000 watt range and therefore cost between about $8000 and $00,000 dollars to install. Many states offer rebates and tax savings that can reduce this cost by as much as 50%. These systems will typically generate between about $300 and $2500 worth or electricity per year. Solar panels are expected to last between 30 and 50 years and so these systems will likely generate between $9000 and $20,000 worth of electricity over their life time in current dollars. This will vary widely though based on local electricity costs and may well increase greatly in the future if electricity rates rise.
Q:LED Lantern Charged via 6 volt solar panel?
If it has a 6 volt battery- is it marked 2 volts on an external plug? If so, there is a resistor inside to drop the potential the battery sees. The battery itself could be slipped out and recharged easily from your 6 volt panel. Just determine how much current (in Amps or Milliamps) the panel produces nominally and divide that into 4 and add one fourth of that length of time to make up for system losses. This will tell you how many hours it should charge assuming your starting voltage of the battery is above .5 volts. and the panel is at 3 volts potential or higher. So if your panel puts out amp at 0AM, you would charge for 5 hours. 4 divided by is 4 and one fourth of that is so 4 plus is 5. It is a little more involved than that, but as a rule of thumb. Also do not discharge tha lantern to the point of no light output. LEDs are efficient, but their current will add up. If it is suggest to be able to use the lantern for up to 8 hours on a charge, stick to that value. Lead acid batteries have best longevity when discharged only to 80 percent capacity. Once battery is charged- disconnect from charging source.
Q:How many solar panels would I need to power my washer machine?
P(Watts) = I(Amps) x V(Volts) Power = 9.6 x 20 Power = ,52 Watts. Therefore you would require 6 x 208Watt solar panels to power the machine on a clear bright day, many more on a cloudy or dull day. Sorry to be a little rain cloud!
Q:solar panels for my home.?
the st element to comprehend is that there is no longer something complicated some photograph voltaic panel. this is not something greater beneficial than a selection of of photograph voltaic or PV cells on a board this is suited for the main spectacular area of your abode, generally on the roof. There are publications obtainable that coach you the thank you to construct a photo voltaic panel and a windmill for basically $a hundred and fifty, and it’s truly difficulty-free to make. appropriate of all, you may save 70% or greater on your potential invoice, including as much as hundreds of dollars each and each 2 months in reductions. I reviewed the two unfastened publications and paid publications and have arise with our ideal to construct your individual photograph voltaic panels.
Q:It's all about Solar Panels?
Solar panels are not environmentally friendly. They are expensive and inefficient. Dangerous chemicals that never break down in the environment are produced in the manufacture of solar panels. Their environmental footprint is larger on a per kilowatt basis, than conventional modes of electricity generation. And, because of their unreliability, they have to be backed up by conventional sources. Well-intentioned, but gullible, people the world over have convinced themselves that solar power is our salvation. Nothing could be further from the truth. As an example, check out Margaret Wente's recent column in the Globe Mail after Ontario's recent decision to go green. Also check out George Monbiot's critique of the UK experiment.
Q:Do solar panels plug into an outlet?
No they don't have an outlet. The wires attached to the solar panel can be attached to say a battery and keep it charged during day even during.use. At night you use battery power.
Q:Solar Panel HELP?
Sorry this is so long. I live in north west arkansas. I have solar on my home. I installed them myself. Did not cost me anywhere near 25 grand. Solar will pay you back if you get incentives or not. I have said this a hundred times but people just don't seem to understand or can't do the math. You are renting from the public utility. You have nothing in the end but a stack of payment stubs. There is no way to get a return on your investment. You paid them money and have nothing. Nothing at all .. Well maybe good service. But still nothing. If you check it out most solar electric systems last 30 years or longer. If your electric bill is 00 dollars a month. do the math. 00 dollars a month for 30 years is $36,000 dollars you would normally pay the public utility. So why not buy your $25,000 system, you just made $0,000 right there on the spot. Now add in 3.5% cost of living per year for each year for the next 30 years on that 35,000 you pay the public utility. Then you have to keep in mind you do not pay taxes on any electric you make yourself. You do not pay fees on your own power. You do not pay the cost of fuel incresses every time the price of oil goes up. In the end you saved $00,000. So it is free even if Arkansas don't give free handouts like other states. I even know people who say they are waiting for some one to make a cheaper solar module. That will not happen because even if they make it for half the cost (like evergreen is doing) it will still be sold at standard market value not production cost. The real problem with solar is it is hard to come up with the upfront cost. But renting solar panels is comming but that is the same as just renting power from the public utility. I wish you luck but it will be a while before Arkansas will make any moves on renewables. They just in 2007 made it law that the public utilities have to let your roll your net metering over to the next month if you over produced.
Q:Where can i buy mini (v - 2v) solar panels?
Radio Shack.
Q:How much does it cost to put solar panels on a house? ?
The most cost-effective solution, which the vast majority of new installs use today, is solar alongside the regular power company. That way, you need no batteries, and if the solar array isn't producing enough at any given time, you draw from the electric company. When the array is producing more than you need, instead of just throwing that power away, the power company buys it (usually). In short, yes, you will still have an electric bill, but a smaller one. On our house, the electric bill was a little less than $5 a month, with an end-of-year settlement of an additional $2. How much does it cost? Unfortunately, that's like asking how much personal transportation costs. Some people need a van to transport the kids to soccer, some may get by with a motorcycle, others may need only a bicycle. The best thing is to contact a professional installer to get a quote based on your location and electrical usage. Solar electric does not make financial sense in all areas. Our array cost $2,000 but don't use that as a guide. Yours might be 0 times that, or half that, depending on your area and needs.
Q:What are solar panels?
The solar panel is that convert sunlight into electric. There are two kinds of solar panels, poly solar panel and mono solar panel.

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