210 TO 250Wp POLYCRYSTALLINE SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR MODULE,SOLAR LED MODULE

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Place of Origin:

Guangdong China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

HUAYU

Model Number:

HYS-120WM36V

Material:

Monocrystalline Silicon

Size:

1196*669*35mm

Number of Cells:

72

Max. Power:

120W

Certification:

ISO/CE/TUV/UL

Application:

Home

Warranty:

20 years limited warranty on power

Solar Cell:

A-grade,high efficiency

Frame:

Aluminium Alloy

Glass:

Toughened Glass

EVA:

Highly Adhesive

Backsheet:

TPT/TPE(Block Humidity and Oxy Effectively )

Specification:

Normal

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:wood case and pallet
Delivery Detail:10 days

Specifications

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Principle of solar system

 

 

 

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A grade high efficiency solar cells. 
15 years limited warranty on material and workmanship 
20 years limited warranty onpower

 

Characteristics

Modules: HYS120WM-36V

Cell: Monocrystalline solar cells (156*61mm)

NO. of cell:  72(4*18)

Maximum power at STC(Pm): 120W

Open circuit voltage(Voc): 42.48V

Optimum operating voltage(Vmp): 35.2V

Short circuit current(Isc): 3.77A 

Optimum operating current(Imp): 3.40A

Dimension of module:     1196*669*35mm

Weight: 10kg

Certificate: ISO/CE/TUV/UL

 

STC:Irradiance 1000W/m2 ,Module temperature 25°C,AM=1.5                Blueprint of the module

 

 

Limits

Operating temperature: (-40 to +85°C)

Maximum System voltage: 1000VDC

 

 

Temperature and Coefficients

NOCT: (48±2)°C

Current temperature coefficients: (0.06±0.01)%/K

Voltage temperature coefficients: (-155±10)mV/K

Voltage temperature coefficients: (-0.5±0.05)%/K

NOCT:Nominal operation Temperature

 

 

Performance Warranty

15 years limited warranty on material and workmanship

20 years limited warranty on power output

 

 Output

Type of terminal: Junction box

Cable: LAPP(4.0mm2)

Asymmetrical lengths: 900mm

The publication summarises warranty and specifications which are subject to change without notice.

   

 

 

 

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Q:Solar Panel Current=Battery Current+Load Current?
I am not sure about your question ? If your Q is, what is the solar panels current output, it is 8.73A regardless of the load. If the Q is, How much extra current is available in this circuit, the answer is 3.58A ( 8.73 - 4.32-.83= 3.58)
Q:What is a good solar panel to buy?
If you want to go cheap, Harbor Freight Tools sells a 45W solar panel kit for under $200 (minus storage batteries). You could buy 2 and be roughly at your desired wattage. I don't own one but they get decent reviews.
Q:Why are solar panels still so expensive?
We all would love to have solar panels, I wish I could afford them for my house! The fact of the matter is that the amount of energy used to make solar panels doesn't really make it beneficial. They would have to have a better way of manufacturing them, a way that uses less energy. Basically they don't make up for the energy lost in their production .Despite our efforts there is no fuel like fossil fuel.
Q:Can you make a solar panel shift sideways?
having solar panels move like that on a mobile platform is inadvisable -- especially if there is a dynamic wind load resulting from the motion of the mobile platform. Even having a tilt mechanism is dubious at best. think of what limited marginal gain would be gained by mounting a small solar panel on the moon roof of a car. (ultimately, the best answer is to turn the car so that it's angle to the sun is optimal -- but the road/travel direction constraints are what ultimately prohibit that.) while there are ways to build sliding panels, the weight constraints would interfere with your weight/thrust ratios to the point of futility. if you really need that panel somewhere else, don't slide it out of the way, just buy another panel and mount it there. it's more expensive, but it's actually the cheapest solution in terms of design on a mobile platform.
Q:Solar Panel Question?
It depends very much on where you live. If you live in Nevada, Arizona or California solar panels might be a good idea. If you live in Canada don´t expect to get your bill to zero... 800 kwh/month means an average consumption rate of about 2500 watts. 6 panels would cover that. But your energy consumption isn´t cosntant and nor is your energy production from the solarpanels. If you go off to work during the day when your panels produce the most then you probably produce excess electricity. Check with your utility if it is possible for you to sell off that electricity by putting it on the grid. Then you buy back electricity when you´re watching tv and surf the web at night. You loose money and electricity like this (or by using batteries as suggested above) so I would underdimension my solarpanel capacity. It makes sense if it is cheaper to just buy electricity at night. The retailer and the manufacturer should have charts showing how much their 65 watt panels really produce at different times of the day and the year for your location. Oh, and I´m sure there are ways in which you could reduce your electricity consumption. Smart lights, energy efficient lights are easy ways.
Q:Solar Panel load resistors?
Photovoltaic cells have a load curve that gives the power conversion based on the current drawn. This makes it harder to calculate. For instance, at infinite resistance, the solar cell will have a peak voltage that produces no power (P=I*V=V^2/r). At short circuit, the voltage collapses to essentially nothing and so the power is almost nothing. There is an optimal load (sweet spot) where the resistance applied will draw the most power out of the cell while not overloading it. This measure is either given by the manufacturer or found experimentally. Upon taking a lit panel that has no load and applying a 00 ohm resistance, the voltage will drop. By how much is entirely dependent on the array layout and specific cell characteristics. As the resistance drops from the optimal load point, the voltage collapses fairly sharply. As the resistance increases from the optimal load point, the voltage will rise more at first and then level off to the peak or no-load voltage.
Q:Is using a thick cardboard backing for a solar panel ok?
In commercial panels some sort of polymer is often used for backing. With a 2V panel there are 36 cells, which means they can still output about 4V for charging a 2V battery even when hot. The voltage reduces about 2.2mV per degree C per cell. Commercial panels are meant to work up to about 60 degrees C, which is quite normal in the sun. I have found just lying them on the grass the air circulation is reduced, and they get too hot to charge a 2V battery. This means the backing should have good thermal conductivity while being an electrical insulator, as well as mechanical strength. The cells are often encapsulated in a thermosetting plastic first, then laid face down so a liquid polymer can be poured as backing.. I have removed commercial panels from their frames and re-packaged them to work in a very wet environment. I suppose cardboard would work, but it is unlikely to have good cooling so the expected voltage would be lower. As you intend to only operate indoors I suppose it is unlikely you have full sun most of the time anyway, so there could be less heating and less output current accordingly. I think the cardboard is only useful for a short time, and is not strong enough. Temperature wise it is marginal. The link below uses plywood for the backing. The backing is supposed to provide strength too. A sheet of some sort of plastic or laminate (including melamine laminate as in kitchen bench tops) comes to mind too. The cells are supposed to be bonded to the backing for better thermal conductivity. Use silicon RTV to stick cells to the backing, very thinly.
Q:Im looking at getting solar panels.
I recenty had a system installed for my home, you can get a system that will dramatically reduce your over all electric bill for $20K. My system which is currently running my meter backwards from about 8:30 am till about 6pm cost me around $8K, I did get a $0K rebate and I'll get a $2K federal tax credit. I just had the system installed this week, so I won't know how much it will take away from my yearly consumption for a while. I personally think an overall system is a beter financial option. If you get one that just runs your a/c then you lose the benifit of the energy it is producing when the a/c isn't running. It makes sense to have a system to run an item that is located away from a source of electricity, but then you would need to invest in a storage system. The best advice, is to have a contractor come out and give you a quote. You can get a system that will produce part of your electricity all year and you can always add to it at a later time to eleminate your electric bill.
Q:question about solar panels....?
Solar panels create a current from light. A photon strikes a crystal lattice and anelectron is freed and flows as a current
Q:Do they make solar panels like this?
Solar panels only put out electricity when they are in the sunlight. If you need electricity after peak solar hours, you will need a battery storage system or a connection to the grid. You can run a DC device directly off of solar panels if the device uses the same voltage and amperage that the panel puts out. Your 600W lights use a ballast that takes AC current and will not work with the typical panel. Also, a 600W light will take at least 3 high output/high efficiency panels to run, and you will need more than that if you want to store energy in batteries. You are talking at least 60 sq. ft. of solar on your roof. Aside from the power you need, you are also asking for an AC current, while most solar panels put out a DC current. This is what inverters are for. There are some newer panels that output AC, but you are still talking about a lot of PV to power your needs.

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