1. Structure of 150W Solar Panel Description
`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
2. Main Features of the 150W Solar Panel
*Long Service Life
*High Efficency Solar Cells
*Special Aluminum Frame Design
*High Transmission,Low Iron Tempered Glass
*Advanced Cell Encapsulation
3. 150W Solar Panel Images
4. 150W Solar Panel Specification
Maximum Power as per STC
Maximum Power Voltage
Maximum Power Current
Open Circuit Voltage
Short Circuit Current
Maximum System Voltage
Cells per Module
156 x 156
10Amp, 2 pcs
Max. Series Fuse Rating
Temperature coefficient of Isc
Temperature coefficient of Voc
Temperature coefficient of power
NOCT- Nominal operating cell temperature
47 ± 2
-40 ~ +85
1480 x 680 x 35
Type of Junction Box
TUV certified, IP65
Cable Type, Diameter
3.2 mm, high transmission, low iron
5. FAQ of 150W Solar Panel
Q1:Can we visit your factory?
A1:Sure,welcome at any time,seeing is believing.
Q2:Which payment terms can you accept?
A2:T/T,L/C,Moneygram,Paypal are available for us.
- Q:Solar Panels!!???!!!?
- Solar Power. There is no denying it, solar power works. Not only is it energy efficient, it is also safe and extremely clean. Whether it may be for a home, business or a community, there are no limits to the energy that the best solar panels are able to offer.It is a guarantee that once this medium is applied, you would easily slash your greenhouse gas emissions and electricity bill.
- Q:Will my 8watt solar panel charge a car battery and how fast?
- 8w will be .5 amps or so.That would charge a .5 amp battery in an hour.scale that up to whatever your battery amp-age is and you will have an idea.But given that car power is upwards of 40 amp/hour,your looking at 60 hours+ for a full charge on small battery.I run a 400w inverter for emergency lights and tv (get the occasional power cuts)from an old truck battery with big amps and charge it with an optimate,but in doing so I found that I had to run a amp check on power draw to find the lowest use lights.and tv,Some of the so called low power consumption compact fluorecents had widely variable draws,after testing one was found that drew .68 amp and I chose the lowest mesured tv amperage draw.not exactly an answer to your qu,but end use is the same.Running the lamp only I eventually gave up checking on the drain after about 30 hours and now just periodicaly charge the battery.Rounding off.tv draw maybe 3 amps for a small set and watched for say 6 hours would be 8 amps drawn.that would need -2 hours on your proposed set up in ideal conditions.I have kept the figures rough because there is always losses in any system .so it comes down to how much tv you watch and how much the sun shines
- Q:Powering an air conditioner via solar panels?
- Why pay thousands of dollars for solar energy ($27,000 average cost) when you can build your own solar panel system for just a fraction of the retail cost. You can build a single solar panel or you can build an entire array of panels to power your whole house. Some people are saving 50% on their power bill, some people are reducing their bill to nothing. But what’s most impressive is that just by following these instructions some are even making the power company pay them!
- Q:Im a bit confused about what a solar panel is?
- As Aviophage says, there is plenty of info around. Solar panels produce electrical energy from the sunlight's energy. The sun puts out around 00W per square meter, and the panels are up to 20% efficient at converting this. If you are looking for a Grid Connected power system, they are usually made up of 24V modules about 50W each. The full voltage produced is then around 50V to 500V DC depending on the sun etc. They are connected to a specialised grid connect or grid interactive inverter (look up Sunny Boy for an example) which converts this to mains power for use around the house, while any remainder is exported to the supply network. The supply company may buy this at premium rates, and governments may provide subsidies to approved installations. There may also be carbon credit certificates when you buy a system. Not all places allow such things to be connected to the grid, but this market is rapidly changing. The links below should get you started.
- 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:Solar Panel Charging?
- you'll have to use 3 panels connected in series or use a dc to dc up converter, the former is a better option
- Q:Solar panel wiring, materials?
- It does not matter if you father is a electrician he must be a fully qualified solar installer or you will not receive any money from the government. You need more than just solar panels you need regulators, grid interaction devices and array controller. 5KW installation is large and will cost around $5000 for the panels then around 5000 for controllers and equipment needed and then there are the basic materials such as rails, junctions, cables etc Total cost is approx $5,000
- Q:Will my off the shelf deep cycle battery I purchased at autozone work well with solar panels?
- There are batteries particularly made for solar, such as the Trojan T05-RE . I think the RE stands for renewable energy. A deep cycle battery should work all right, although not quite as well. What you want to do is try out your setup first, with just one battery, and the panels provided. If this is one of those 45 watt kits, you may be surprised at how little energy you actually get from the panels. Increasing the number of batteries won't help, either - that's like getting a larger water tank, when you only have a trickle to fill it. If your goal is really to save money, the most cost-effective solar is the grid-tied type, with no batteries at all. That's what we have, and I've never regretted it.
- Q:Numbers behind Solar Panels?
- For comparison, 36 of these make a normal 2V x 50W panel. Note they are not tabbed. This means you have to find a way to connect them yourself. The tabs are probably spot welded on by the suppliers. A supplier below has kits of these with tabs, as needed to connect them together. These are not suitable for grid connect, because the higher voltage needed makes do it yourself panels a dangerous and litigious thing to have on your roof. Maybe you could buy a smaller pack from the link below to compare tabbed and untabbed and work out what to do. Your power calculation is a bit incorrect because the sun is only present some of the time. The 36 cell module would produce 50W when square on to the full sun. The sun may be out for around 2h a day in some places and times of the year. However it is the equivalent of 5h full sun, because of the changing angle throughout the day. Look this up on the internet for your region. Temperate zones may be a lot less. One pack in your link is 36x3 = 08 cells. Thus 50W per pack x 5h a day gives 750Wh per day and 274KWh/y. In reality it will always be less because of regions, weather, clouds, dust, inefficiencies, aging of cells.
- Q:can a small solar panel be charged with lamps?
- Sure!...did you ever use a solar powered calculator indoors under a lamp?? It works just fine.
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