150W TUV/CE Approved Poly-Crystalline Solar Panel

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Payment Terms:
Min Order Qty:
10000 watt
Supply Capability:
1000000 watt/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Item specifice:

Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 150 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

Product Description:

Product Description

150W TUV/CE Approved Poly-Crystalline Solar Panel

150W TUV/CE Approved Poly-Crystalline Solar Panel
High conversion efficiency
Low power tolerance of 0~+3%
Low degradation under light exposure
Ability to withstand high wind-pressure, snow load and extreme temperature
Passing IEC 61215 5400Pa mechanical load test

Quality and Safety:
10-year warranty on product materials and processing technology
Power output warranty: 10 years: 90%, 25 years: 80%
ISO 9001: 2008(Quality Management System) certified factory
IEC61215, IEC61730, MCS CEC certified products
TUV, CE conformity

On-grid residential roof-tops
On-grid commercial/industrial roof-tops
Solar power plants
Off-grid system
Other on-grid applications


Peak Power(Pmax)150.00
Maximum Power Voltage(Vmp)18.61
Maximum Power Current(Imp)8.10
Open Circuit Voltage(Voc)22.19
Short Circuit Current(Isc)8.62
Module Efficiency()15.12
Maximum System Voltage(V)1000
Maximum Series Fuse Rating(A)15
Power Tolerance0~+3
Pmax Temperature Coefficients(W/ºC) -0.450
Voc Temperature Coefficients(V/ºC) -0.350
Isc Temperature Coefficients(A/ºC) +0.040
NOCT Nominal Operating Cell Temperature(ºC)47±2
Operating and Storage Temperature(ºC)   -40~+85
Standard Test Condition(STC)1.000W/;AM 1.5;25+/-2ºC

Mechanical characteristics & Packing 

Cell TypePoly-crystalline 156×156mm
No. of Cells36(4×9)
Weight 11.60kgs
Front Glass 3.2mm high transmission,low iron,tempered glass
FrameAnodized Aluminium Alloy
Junction boxIP65 Rated
Output cables4.0mm² Length 90mm,  MC4 connector

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:Buying inverter for a solar panel?
I have an inverter that I use in my vehicle. It is rated for 400 amps this is it's maximum capacity. I can use it for less. It converts 2V DC to 20V AC. So Thais is all I need and may be your cheapest option. If your panels are producing a lot of amperage you may need a regulator to stop charging when your battery is fully charged.
Q:Solar power panels?
It sounds like you nor anyone at your home knows enough about solar to be able to hook them up no matter what type they are. I have to agree with others that they could be hooked up and you just can't see the connections. So the best thing for you to do is get a contractor to come out and check them out. It don't have to be a Solar Dealer because I am a dealer and I use electrical contractors to do the installs. A solar dealer is not always legal to install and normally do like I do and just design and sell the systems. However most any dealer can easly install a solar power system because they are trained just not legal to do the work. Having someone other then an electrician work on it could void the warranties.
Q:What SOLAR PANEL kit do I need?
You okorder.com... Depending on your needs, you may have to have these customized for your home, but they at least give you an idea of what's involved.
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 much electricity does a solar panel generate?
000W/square meter is the standard input rate that solar panels are rated by. Watts are a rate, like miles per hour. Depending on the technology, you might get as much as 20% of that as an output of the panel. To determine the amount of power generated, you need to multiply the rate by time. Just like in a car, going 50mph for 5 hours sends you 250 miles. You look at the rating of the panel, if it is a 50 watt panel, in 5 hours AT THAT RATED INPUT, you would generate 250 watt hours (wh). You can find charts that tell you how many sun hours are available a day. As the sun is generally strongest at solar noon, it is weaker in the morning and afternoon. They have averaged the power of the sun throughout the day, and said for each location, how many hours equal to 000W/Msq are in a day. Five is a nice average number. So, if you figure 000W input in a square meter, 20% output, or 200W (the rate) times 5 sun hours (time) = 000Watt hours, or kilowatt hour ( kwh) (quantity) can be generated from a square meter of panels in a day.
Q:Solar Panels in Abu Dhabi, UAE?
Abu Dhabi Solar plant Shams will be completed by the end of this year and will be ready to provide Abu Dhabi with power at commercial prices. Construction began during [the third quarter] of 200. The project's cost is $600 million (Dh2.2 billion) and with its completion, it will be the largest solar project in the world, Yousuf Al Ali, General Manager of Shams Power Company told Gulf News. Once completed, Shams will be one of the largest concentrated solar power [CSP] plants in the world, extending over an area of 2.5 square kilometres with a capacity of approximately 00MW and a solar field consisting of 768 parabolic trough collectors, Al Ali said. He added: Shams is a joint venture between Masdar (60 per cent), Total (20 per cent) and Abengoa (20 per cent). Abusalman Trading LLC Address: Shop # 22, Ground Floor, Baglas Building, Naif Road, Deira, DubaiLandmark: Next to Al Abeer Pharmacy Zip Code: 304 City of Dubai Phone: +97 4 2287522 Categories: Solar Energy - Equipment Supplies, Companies Businesses
Q:Question about solar panels?
Good question. Something to keep in mind is that modern solar electric works _alongside_ the grid, so you don't need to displace your entire 2300 kWh. The best financial return, if any, might come at a point where you generate only 500, 000, or 500 kWh per month. How many panels you need strongly depends on your location. Speaking for the location of my house in San Jose, Ca, that amount of usage would be about a 2 kW array, and if you divide 60 into that, you get 200 panels. In a perfect location, you would need slightly less, in a northern state, you might need double that. If this was a real project, you would probably not use 60-watt panels. The choice of panels is not simply a matter of getting enough watts. 2 kW is a large system today for residential. The usual advice is to go for energy efficiency first, then consider solar after the usage is down.
Q:How to wire solar panels?
I'll add a few comments to Teelo's It may not be good to connect the assembled solar cells directly to the battery. When there is no sun I think it will drain the battery. I'm pretty sure all circuits I have seen have a reverse polarity diode in series. (unless Teelo knows for sure). Hmmm Reminds me that I have some bare solar cell elements from when Motorola was making them. I used some to power a small radio controlled car. I do know that all good applications have a regulator to make sure the charging is done properly
Q:I have two ARCO M55 solar panels. What do I need to connect to a 2Volt bank of batteries.?
You can buy Solar Charger Regulators. I don't. These chargers limit the charging current to the batteries, so you do not get a full efficiency of the solar panel. They disconnect the batteries from the user side (the bulbs you use) if the battery voltage goes below a certain level (i.e. below 8V for a 2V battery), so you cannot use all the power available in the batteries, even in emergency. They introduce, at least, a 0.7V loss (diode forward voltage) between the panel and the battery. If you have SEVERAL panels and a lot of batteries, use a controller as above. If you only have one panel, insert a 5A trip fuse in line (in your case: twice the current of the panel), and a 0-20A diode in series between the panel and the batteries (Kathode side of the + of the battery, Anode side of the + of the panel). Install a voltmeter across the battery. The fuse will prevent any short or over-charge current. The diode will prevent the battery to discharge into the panel at night if it is not already protected. The voltmeter will allow you to watch the status. Your thought of limiting the voltage is useless: should the battery be low, the panel will drop its voltage, limited by the max current. Should the battery be fully charged and the solar panel at full efficiency, it will just try to charge the battery more. A bit of bubbles may result, hence the voltmeter to watch over it. If you want to limit the voltage to 4V, put a 4V Zener (4Vx2.5W!) in series with a resistor of, say, 7V-4V/2.5A or ~ Ohm, 5W, in parallel with the panel.
Q:When you get solar panels do you connect them to the grid?
You okorder.com/ as they provide very accurate free solar quotes and break down all the incentives you will be eligible to receive, your estimated annual savings, your payback period, projected IRR, and a cash flow analysis. They taught me everything I know about solar, and I must say they're a great starting point if you're curious about what solar energy is all about.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range