185W Mono Solar Panel with Good Price Made in China

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 185 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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185W Mono Solar Panel with Good Price Made in China

Quality Ensurance:
1. Excellent A Grade solar cell from Suntech or Hanwha solar.
2. Excellent backsheet from SFC, 3M;
3. EVA from Bridgestone / First;
4. Junction box with UL and TUV listed - GZX, IP65;
5. High transmission low iron tempered glass from Xinyi Glass - China Top 1;
6. Solar panels with TUV, CE, ISO9001 certified.

Strong, lightweight aluminum frame design with reinforced sealing and load hold to prevent freezing and warping, and stand against high wind.

Under Standard Test Conditions(STC): Irradiance of 1000W/m2, Am1.5 and 25º C cell temperature
Operating Temperature: -40 ~ +85° C
Storage Temperature: -40 ~ +85° C

Mechanical Characteristics
Dimensions: 1580mm (L) x808mm (W) x 40mm (H)
Weight: 15.2kg
Solar Cells: Mono-crystalline 125*125 solar cells, 72cells in a 6x12matrix connected in series

Module Warranty:
25-year limited warranty of 80% power output; 10-year limited warranty of 90% power output; 5-year limited warranty of materials and workmanship.

Performance
Rated Power[Pmax] 185W
Power Tolerance ± 3%
Nominal Voltage 36.72V
Design Life 25 years
Electrical Characteristics
Maximum Power            [Pmax] 185W± 3%
Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp] 36.72V± 3%
Maximum Power Current [Imp] 5.03A± 3%
Short-Circuit Current       [Isc] 5.54A± 3%
Open-Circuit Voltage       [Voc] 44.71V± 3%
Current Temperature Coefficient 0.031%/º C
Voltage Temperature Coefficient - 0.31%/º C
Power Temperature Coefficient -0.42%/º C
Maximum System Voltage 1000V


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Q:0W solar panel can use on what?
0w Solar Panel Kit
Q:How to connect solar panels?
You must connect solar cells the same way you would connect a couple of batteries, in series. And you cannot connect any form of voltage source in parallel to one another, this doesn't work, if you need a specific drop in voltage from the cell, use a voltage regulator and some capacitors. Hope I helped.
Q:Why don't scientists use the design of a tree for solar panels?
From the vantage point of a scientist and an engineer, you have a whole host of problems to overcome. The mass of solar cells cannot be supported by most leaves much less allow the leaves to turn toward the sun as they naturally do. The wood and other structures of a tree are terrible conductors and wouldn't serve as efficient power transmitters. There are issues of damaging the health of the tree by interrupting the process of photosynthesis in favor of solar energy collection, and many other issues. However, I can tell you that solar power does use several principals that you have observed in trees. For example, solar collectors are almost always oriented to face toward the sun. Many adjust with the time of day and seasons to be optimally oriented to collect the sun's rays. Much like leaves in many plants are not static but change position to optimize their angle to the sun. Also, many solar cells are now designed with a membrane structure which offer several advantages. So you see many of your observations have found their way into practical application in solar power production.
Q:What does solar panel output refer to?
Solar panels are rated under standard test conditions (STC), a certain amount of light at a certain distance, at a certain temperature, etc. A kW, or kilo watt, is 000 watts. So for the amount of time that the sun meets those conditions, the rate of output is 500 watts. An average location has an average of 5 sun hours a day, the total time that you produce the rated output. Watts is a rate, like miles per hour (mph), how fast it is going. Watt hours, or kilo watt hours (kwh) is a quantity, like miles. So if you drive 50 mph for 5 hours, you went 250 miles (50 mph x 5 hours). If you produce .5kw for 5 hours, you have the potential to produce 7.5kwh a day. Multiply that by 30 days in a month, you get 225kwh a month. In reality you will lose about 30% of the rated power from less than ideal weather, system losses, etc., so it's more like 50kwh a month. You can look at your electric bill to see how many kwh you use a month, maybe around 000kwh, and see what percentage of your usage a system like that can power.
Q:Silicon, Polychristaline, or Solar Panel?
Let’s start off and discuss the three main types of photovoltaic (PV) panels: Monocrystalline Solar Panels - Monocrystalline cells are cut from a block of silicon that has been grown from a single crystal.These tend to be the most efficient, but also the most expensive solar panels. They have been considered the go-to panels for the last couple decades, and also boast being the oldest and most dependable. Polycrystalline Solar Panels - Polycrystalline cells are cut from multifaceted silicon crystal. They don’t come from a single piece of silicon crystal, but rather from many different crystals. These solar panels tend to be less efficient than monocrystalline solar panels of the same size. This means a 200 Watt Monocrystalline panel will usually be smaller than a 200 Watt Polycrystalline panel. Thin Film or Amorphous Solar Panels - These panels are not made up of any crystals. They are actually a thin layer of silicon deposited on a substrate or base material like metal or glass. Thin film solar panels tend to be the least efficient per square foot, but they are also the cheapest. The best application for amorphous panels is if you have a large amount of surface area and space doesn’t matter.
Q:can I run a desktop computer with a solar panel?
Any source capable of providing 300W should work but I'd recommend you get a UPS if you are relying on either of the two power sources you've mentioned.
Q:DIY home solar panels?
DIY okorder.com
Q:SunPower Solar Panels?
There is no difference between them besides their rated output. One may physically fit on you roof better than another, or look better, although the physical difference between those sizes is minimal. Go with whichever installer you trust, and is preferably NABCEP certified, or working towards NABCEP certification. Get references. Don't believe just because someone is an electrician they know how to install solar electric, it's a whole different animal. Make sure they are trained in installing solar.
Q:projector/solar panels help?
Do understand, that a solar panel is slow to pay for itself. Let's say your electric bill was $200 a month ($2400 a year). A solar system would cost perhaps $24,000 so you would actually have paid your first 0 years of electricity in advance when installing the panels. After that 0 years, you start to be ahead financially. It can still be a good idea, but it may not be the quick and cheap solution you were looking for.
Q:Solar Panel Help, Trying to go green.?
Ideally, you should not be trying to run individual appliances off of a solar panel. What you should be doing is selling the power harvested from these panels back to the power company as a savings from your power bill. Here in southern California I have heard of people actually receiving monthly checks from the power companies.

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