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:solar panel for pool pump?
Why don't you use the mains as the battery with net metering. That way you don't have to have two pumps, a DC pump for the solar and an AC pump for the mains. A 230 V, 6 A pump draws 3.68 kw. A typical solar panel produces about 400 watts so you would need about 0 solar panels which should run you about $20,000 US. Of course, you may not need to run the pump continuously but in order to use fewer solar panels for sporadic use, you would need the batteries or the net metering. Keep in mind that with the costs of the panels, you will be paying about 38 cents a kwh. Grid power usually costs around 5 cents a kwh.
Q:what is the cost of getting km sq of solar panels?
Solar panels are being improved on a continuing basis. Price is coming down and performance is going up. Still, they are expensive. A panel roughly /2 X /2 meter runs about $00. It generates 0 watts of power. To make a panel km square would take 4000 of these at a cost of $400,000. They would generate 40,000 watts or 40 kw or 0.04 Mw.
Q:Anyone who knows or has Solar Panels?
It shouldnt be a problem being where it snows, as long as you dont mind clearing it off a lot to recieve maximum efficiency! Or else it should work anyways but not as well covered with snow.
Q:How do passive trackers work (for solar panels)?
It appears to be relying upon a phase change of liquid to gas to liquid to balance the system and return it to the east in the morning.
Q:Can solar panels work in the shade?
For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/axO4z Yes you are correct. The internal resistance of a solar cell increases at reduced light levels. This means that an increased proportion of the the power produced by the other solar cells will be wasted (slightly heating the shaded solar cell through ohmic heating). This happens to some degree even when the cells are all fully illuminated. Waisting power this way can be avoided by connecting the cells in parallel.
Q:what are bad things about solar panels?
. Expen$ive. 2. Must be large to generate much useful energy 3. Don't work in the dark 4. Lose efficiency if not kept clean 5. Lose efficiency in less than full sunlight 6. STILL don't satisfy the tree huggers...they delayed a solar panel farm out west for years to wait on an environmental impact study of the land beneath the panels.
Q:Want to power this with solar panels?
I do not know, but there is a house in Lafayette which was built with solar power. It was to have a solar system, so the contractor's first act was to put up a solar array on the property. It had battery backup, and was used to provide the electrical power during construction. during completion of the house the solar system was installed on the roof of the house.
Q:Solar panel cable setup?
on the controller, it writes which would be related with image voltaic panel which would be related with battery which would be related with load all of it write on the image voltaic controller. only see the controller
Q:How long does it typically take for solar panels to pay for themselves?
The payback period for a solar PV installation is based upon the cost of the installation compared to the savings achieved. Therefore if you installed a modest set of panels yourself, did not need on site electrical storage and did not have any permitting fees but did enjoy rebates you would be doing better than if the installation costs were high, the solar equipment was expensive, you had to purchase storage batteries, it was costly to maintain and permitting was absurd. On the other side of the equation if your electrical use is high, you perhaps own an EV or you can sell power at a high rate then the costs you will be offsetting will be higher and the payback period will be lower. If your electrical use is minimal, there is no time of use metering available the payback period will be higher. Some of the costs you may be offsetting may not be electrical. If you concurrently purchased an EV then you may be offsetting the cost of gasoline which would be higher than electricity. Overall rebates and incentives play a major role. I have seen payback periods as low as 3 years claimed (commercial installation with special city tax breaks) and as long as over 20. A bell curve would probably find most of the installations in the 7 to 5 year category. A solar thermal installation (for hot water, heating and sometimes AC) is far more efficient and most would be in the range of 2 to 8 years.
Q:Solar Panel costs and sizes?
Without them providing the amount of energy your school uses then it's impossible to know how many panels you would need. Just phrase it in the form of how much space or how many panels would be needed to create (X) amount of power. Ask the amount the school uses then go from there. Let's put it this way, with today's solar technology you would probably have to cover most of the roof of the school with solar panels and it still wouldn't be enough to run the school entirely. Never mind the cost of out-fitting a building of that size, it would take far to many years to pay off and would probably never offset the cost of electricity they are paying now considering maintenance, upkeep and replacement costs associated with these systems. If it was that easy and cost effective, they would have already done it. Make sure you squeeze that into your report somewhere. Find out how much electricity costs in your area, its on any electric bill, it should show the cost per Kw/h somewhere (If separated by peak time and non-peak time, your school would be peak time). After you get that and how much the school uses, do the math and include a graph comparison showing the cost of both. You should be able to find the costs of solar panels online somewhere. Do a side by side comparison from start up cost, upkeep and all versus using the current source. Good luck on your report.

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