245W Polycrystalline Solar Panel Made in China

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 245 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

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245W Polycrystalline Solar Panel Made in China

Product Description

245W Poly Crystalline Solar Panel


Product Highlights:
  1. Guarantee positive power tolerance (0~+3%)
  2. Module can bear snow loads up to 5400Pa and wind loads up to 2400pa
  3. High performance under low light conditions (cloudy days, mornings and evenings)
  4. Certified by Europe standards of TUV, IEC, CE and British MCS and AUS CEC
  5. OEM/ODM available
 

Specs

Model ZCP6-60P-245W
Electrical Characteristics
Maximum Power [Pmax]245W
Power Tolerance+/-3%
Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp]30.0V
Maximum Power Current [Imp]8.17A
Short-Circuit Current [Isc]8.69A
Open-Circuit Voltage [Voc]37.2V
Module Efficiency15.06%
Max. System Voltage1000VDC
Cell Size and SeriesPoly 156*156  60pcs (6*10)
Temperature Coefficient of Pmax- 0.47% / º C
Temperature Coefficient of Voc- 0.35% / º C
Temperature Coefficient of Isc0.05% / º C
Mechanical Characteristics
Dimension (mm)1640*992*40
FrameAnodized Aluminium Alloy
Glass3.2mm,High Transmission,Tempered Glass
Junction box & CableIP65 Rated weatherproof connectors
Cable: TUV 1x4.0mm2 / UL12AWG,Length:900mm
Weight19.0Kgs




Industry-leading Warranty:
Warranty on material and workmanship: 10 years
Guaranteed output of 90% after 12 years and 80% after 25 years.

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Q:How to connect or use Solar Power Panels?
You will need help with this. Panels may or may not be 24 volt. If you can find a name tag, you can find out from the manufacturer's web site. Some folks hook them all in parallel. Mine are in series, to create 480 volts. the reason for going to higher voltage is to reduce power loss in the wiring. Even then, I used a wire size larger than recommended. The frames want to be interconnected, and wired to ground. The live conductors connect through disconnect switches to an inverter. The inverter is sized to the output of the panels. Where the utility allows net metering, the inverters are connected through a disconnect switch to the grid, which of course also feeds the house. Assuming you are on the grid, you will not need batteries. If outages severely impact you, you can have batteries. Counting against them is that they are costly, and use part of the power you generate, just to keep them charged. If you have batteries, it is usually best to rewire circuits so noncritical circuits are disconnected during outages. Leaving perhaps minimal lighting, fridge, freezer and critical medical circuits. Learn all you can from the Internet (try solar panels), and from the green search box above. Be sure to see if your state has a rebate program, and the conditions which it requires.
Q:Power Point on solar panels?
Refuse to do the work on the grounds that it is not good for your school to switch. If the teacher tries to give you an F, escalate the problem to the principle and then the local news agency. Teachers are not allowed to force brainwashing.
Q:Single Solar Panel savings?
No matter what or how you do it it is best to get off coal and nukes. So it cost a little bit of money you are buying 30 years of electric. How much will you spend adding in cost of living increases over the next 30 years? Solar really is pretty cheap if you take the time to do the long term math. If you use your cost at to days rates it does seem like a lot. But if you do the math like in real life with 3.5% compounded cost of living increases per year and 6.5% fuel increases per year. Well, you pay a lot more renting power. One other thing to think about and Al Gore keeps pointing it out is, Will your off spring be alive in 50 years from now if you don't buy the solar panel? Kind of like not going to the doctor because you can't afford the bill. Well I would rather owe a bill to a doctor that I will have trouble paying then not be alive at all to try. If you don't have the money to jump in and go full blown Green you should buy a starter system. You can get a system that can be expanded to 3000 watts (enough to power an energy efficient home). Would cost you about $8000 USD to get started and then you could add three solar modules at a time till you get it up to the 3000 watt max. And even have backup power. Or you could just buy a 000 watt system for about the same price and just add 3 of them over the years. There are many ways to get started. The deal is everyone needs to get started even if it is a small system. If all 50 million homes in the USA would install a small 000 watt system with 4 hours of sun light a day. We would provide (000 watts times 4 hours times 365 days times 50 million homes) 29,000,000,000,000 watts not from coal or nuke plants per year. I wonder if that would help?
Q:SunPower Solar Panels?
If they're all from Sunpower, they're all going to be very similar. Personally, I would ask each supplier to quote with the same model of panel, and see how the prices come out. I would buy based on just dollars per watt, assuming warranty and power tolerance were the same. The lower power panels are often a better bargain, just as the slower, slightly older CPUs in computers are a bargain.
Q:how does solar panels save energy?
I'm definitely no expert in the field but hope to learn much more in the future. I'm in the infancy stage of researching as many options as possible in the design and construction of a total green house. That being said, a particular local news story sparked my interest when they investigated the cost effectiveness of residential solar panel systems. Here in Austin, Texas, through subsidies and incentives offered, you can install a system that costs roughly 22.5k for about 7. Apparently these deductions come from a federal incentive (which is a very small portion) combined with those set by the city itself. Austin is a pretty progressive city so I imagine their incentives might be a little better than most but you can call your city's general info line (3) and do a little more digging. Another option you might have is renting the equipment. I was told yesterday that a company here in town would allow for the installation and use for a monthly rate. I know how tight cash can be in school and 7 thousand might not be tangible. The whole issue of energy conservation is so prevalent these days that new info is constantly coming out. Give your current energy provider a call and see what they can tell ya. I hope you find something that works for you. -G
Q:Do you know that China is the largest producer of solar panels in the world?
Solar voltaic panels are not 30,000 dollars each, a good panel, 24.4Vmp, times 95 watts, is about 900 dollars. Solar electric generation, makes sense, not because of the myth that the energy transmission companies 'buy' the energy you produce in excess (energy companies, zero out the balance at the end of the year, so that it only makes sense to design a system that equals your needs, not exceeds them). Solar electrical generation, is the future of energy freedom, but the powers that be, do not have yours' and my economic freedom in their portfolio. They are actively pursuing the globalization, to push down the working class, to the 'post industrial age', where the working classes, can once again, be relegated to serfdom, while the super rich, drink DOM, and watch us toil in the sun.
Q:Polycrystalline solar panels are good or single crystal solar energy is good
. Since monocrystalline silicon is typically coated with tempered glass and waterproof resin, it is rugged and durable for up to 15 years and up to 25 years.
Q:will a 5v 52watt solar panel charge four 2c dv 55ah batteries?
OK your math on the solar panel looks correct, but you are missing some critical information. What is the load on your batteries and for how long is this load being applied. Calculate the amp-hour load to see if your solar panel can recharge your batteries with the amount of sun light available. A safe engineering standard is to have twice as much capability as required. If you have a 200 amp load for 7.5 minutes, this would be a 25 amp-hour discharge and will take your solar panel over 7 hours to recharge your batteries. Your solar panel can easily charge the batteries up to full capacity with out any load on the batteries, if the batteries are 50% discharged, this will take about 32 hours. CAUTION! I am assuming that you are hooking the batteries up in a parallel connection, that will give you over 200 amps of current. You should charge each battery up to full charge before you connect them together, if they are not at the same exact voltage when you connect them together, they will self adjust so that each battery is at the same voltage level, at 55 amps this could be a very large spark. Each cell, there are six (6) cells in a 2 volt battery, should be at 2.7 to 2.2 volts DC per cell at full charge. Make sure your battery has a voltage 3.02 to 3.26 volts open circuit or no load. This should be full charge if your batteries do not have this voltage level, say one battery is at 0 volts DC, it could have a dead or shorted cell. DO NOT use this battery until you can get it to hold a 3.02 to 3.26 volt DC level.
Q:How many wind turbines and solar panels does the world need to replace coal, oil and nuclear power?
There is an abundance of free energy available on this planet. Wave, wind, solar, (underground), and many many others that I can't remember right now. If some of the multi-trillions currently being spent being spent by the US government on defence (and the rest of the planet defending ourselves FROM the US) were re-directed towards exploiting sustainable, long-term energy supplies, then much work would be generated and the cost of energy would drop significantly - in the long run. So, why are we not utilizing these sources of energy? Unbelievably short-sighted right-wing political ideology, that's why! One thing almost never reported about nuclear power, is that there isn't much nuclear power fuel available on this planet. I think I can quite honestly state that when the time comes when we are forced to move from non-renewable to renewable energy production, it will probably be far too late with far too much damage done and the environment will collapse and become incapable of supporting oxygen breathing life-forms. I concluded many years ago that capitalism will probably end all life on this planet one day. Capitalism IS right-wing politics! Do you now see where the problem is coming from?
Q:How effective are solar panels now in N E with our 40+ snowfall this month?
Green energy magically makes the snow transparent. The more I learn about solar and wind, particularly selling excess power back to the utility, the less sense it makes. You'll have noticed, perhaps, that there was no way to store the power from the panels for when it's really needed.

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