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1.A grade high efficiency solar cells.
4.25 years warranty
1. A grade high efficiency solar cells.
4.25 years warranty
- Q:solar panels and batteries?
- If it pulls 9 amps continuously, that's 08 watts/hour or about 2.5 kwh/day. If it only pulls half that (does it cycle?) it's about .2 kwh/day. You only want to drain a lead-acid battery 50% or so, so you'll want a 5 or 2.5 kwh battery pack. A typical setup for the 5 kwh would be two L-6 batteries in series, and for the 2.5 kwh you could use 2 T-05 batteries in series. This does not account for days of cloud. If you regularly have cloudy days, size the battery pack for two or three days of use with no input (2-3 x the sizes given above). To charge them, you typically want panels that will charge your battery at least 5% of its capacity per hour (C/20). For 2 volt nominal panels that's 0 amps for the T-05 or 20 amps for the L-6 batteries. It's good to have more than that for battery life (it cuts down on what's called stratification), so you'll want probably 50-200 watts of panels for the T-05 and 300-400 for the L-6. You'll also need a charge controller. Peltier coolers are very inefficient. You'll save money by using a regular mini-fridge and an inverter. Most mini-fridges only draw 50 watts or so, so you're talking 600 watt-hours for a 50% duty cycle. This means two T-05 batteries will give you two days of use and you'll only need 20-50 watts of panel. DK
- Q:Im a bit confused about what a solar panel is?
- As Aviophage says, there is plenty of info around. Solar panels produce electrical energy from the sunlight's energy. The sun puts out around 00W per square meter, and the panels are up to 20% efficient at converting this. If you are looking for a Grid Connected power system, they are usually made up of 24V modules about 50W each. The full voltage produced is then around 50V to 500V DC depending on the sun etc. They are connected to a specialised grid connect or grid interactive inverter (look up Sunny Boy for an example) which converts this to mains power for use around the house, while any remainder is exported to the supply network. The supply company may buy this at premium rates, and governments may provide subsidies to approved installations. There may also be carbon credit certificates when you buy a system. Not all places allow such things to be connected to the grid, but this market is rapidly changing. The links below should get you started.
- Q:How can you get affordable Solar Panels?
- Guide okorder.com/
- Q:harbor freight solar panels ?
- Actually, if you are looking to start slow and inexpensive, they are an economical way to get your feet wet, so to speak. I also tried the make them yourself kits, where you get a stack of cells, a frame and solder and you have to get the glass and assemble it yourself. I combined the Harbor Freight kit with one of those panels. Problems you will run into start with the kit having no inverter and not much information on any kind of power storage, you get to work that out for yourself. I initially wired them to provide all the power for the ceiling mounted lights in a small house, on a totally independent circuit, using 3 car batteries for storage. It worked perfectly, however the code inspector I got from the City could NOT fathom that my system had no connection whatsoever to his grid and would not pass it, even though I showed him the separate breaker box that was not supplied by the line coming into the house for the rest of the power. I finally gave up on him and put the lights back into the main system and use the solar setup to charge cell phones and occasionally power a lamp, as the inverter has plugs right on it. It keeps those car batteries fully charged going on 4 years now, with no issues detected at all.
- Q:are solar panels sufficient for electric heating?
- A thermal solar panel to feed your water heater is the most efficient. But you need a classic heater system too when there is no or little sun. Solar panels to heat a home is not at all recommended. First of all, you get less day light and less sun in winter, so you won't get much electricity. They work best in summer, but electric panels have poor yields and are a very long term investment. You will need to wait years before saving money. Natural gas, a well isolated home, and a good old sweater is the best way to cut bills.
- Q:Do I only need solar panels to have energy in day and through the night?
- Solar okorder.com
- Q:What is the main material for making solar panels?
- If you make your own, in addition to buying silicon also need to buy for the packaging of silicon photovoltaic glass and EVA film.
- Q:how much do solar panel batteries cost?
- Solar panels produce but do not store electricity. Most decent solar panels should last for a few decades. They may be used to augment grid power with out batteries. Batteries that are used for storage in a battery backup system are the same ones that are used if the power were hydro, gen-set or grid. There are a variety of battery types with different shelf lives. Some are warrantied for 0 years that may last 20, but they cost more. Exactly how long they do last will depend on the environment they are kept. The capacity and number of batteries will effect the cost. The link below will give you a very good overview of pros and cons of the various types, along with links to some manufacturers.
- Q:Recycling Solar Panels?
- yes they are very recyclable, and you would actually be suprised at how much you get back from them just as materials, as there are still very valuable materials in them.... Often solar shops will accept them back for at a fraction of what you paid, as they can send them back to the manufacturer who then do all the material stripping in them and recycle all the materials there. Mainly depends what type of solar panels you have.... Most probably poly-chystalline or mono-chystalline. If they are that cool blue or black psychadelic looking panel also the manufacturing make that effect is also costly so they would probably look to buying that as well.. I would ask a solar shop where it can be done as the silicon in them are still a very prescious substance..... I would definatly not throw them out or pull them apart just yet
- Q:I NEED HELP WITH MY SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM PLEASE HELP?
- I think you need to take some basic courses on electricity. Usually, 8 volt solar panels are required to charge 2 volt batteries. The voltages of photovoltaic cells are set by the material they are made of, only current changes. If you hook up a 2 V solar panel to a 2 V battery, no current will flow, nothing would get charged. You would need some elaborate DC to DC voltage converters to charge a 2 V battery from 2 V solar panels. Solar panels can be connected in parallel or in series, as you've made the mistake of buying 2 V solar panel, you would have to wire them in series and have a charge controller that could limit the voltage of the charge. Did it ever occur to you that two 5 watt solar panels would not be able to provide the power needed by a 400 watt inverter? You're just running off your battery with your set up. Solar power is expensive power, you can not have solar without burning a hole in your wallet.
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