260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

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Item specifice:

Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 310 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

Product Description:

 Features

 

1) Product name: solar panel / module

2) Solar cell: Mono-crystalline / Poly-crystalline / Amorphous

3) Tempered glass laminated with aluminum frame

4) Life time: 20 - 25 years

5) Temperature co-efficiency:  A=+1,46mA B=-79mV, Rp/p=-0.43

6) Power specification at 1kW/m 2, AM 1, 5

7) Output cable: multi contact connectors

8) Construction:

     a) Front: High-transmission 32mm tempered glass

     b) Back: TPT

     c) Encapsulant: EVA

9) Frame: aluminum

10) Certification: CE, TUV

 

Specification

 

 STC

BSM230P-60

BSM235P-60

BSM240P-60

BSM245P-60

BSM250P-60

BSM255P-60

BSM260P-60

Maximum Power

230W

235W

240W

245W

250W

255W

260W

Module Efficiency

14.10%

14.35%

14.66%

14.96%

15.30%

15.60%

16.00%

Maxi Power Current

 7.62A

 7.72A

 7.895A

8.033A

8.23A

8.31A

8.47A

Maxi Power Voltage

29.5V

30.2V

30.4V

30.5V

30.4V

30.6V

30.7V

Short Circuit Current

8.31A

8.59A

8.718A

8.781A

8.81A

8.84A

8.93A

Open Circuit Voltage

36.8V

36.8V

37.2V

37.2V

37.6V

37.7V

37.8V

Power Tolerance

 

0~+5W

 

Values at Standard Test Conditions STC(Air   Mass AM1.5,Irradiance 1000W/,Cell   Temperature 25)

 

Mechanical Characteristics


Cell   Type                                                     

Polycrystalline 156x156mm,60(6x10)pcs in   series 

Glass

High Transmission,Low Iron,Tempered Glass

Frame                           

Anodized Aluminium Alloy

Junction   box                                                     

IP65/IP67 rated,with bypass diodes

Dimension

1640x990x35/40mm     

Output   Cable                                     

4mm2(EU)/12AWG(US),1000mm²

Weight                         

19Kg

Installation Hole Location

See Drawing Above

No.of Bypass Diodes

3/6

 

 

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260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module


 

 

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What is the packing?

1.Package: Carton Box for packaging, or Wooden Box advised  for Samples to protect in transportations. Package designed by Clients is welcomed.

2.Shipping: DHL,FEDEX,UPS,EMS,AirWay and By Sea. 

3.Payment: T/T( telegraphic transfer (T/T) and Western Union 

4.Welcome to your Sample Order to test First.

   

FAQ

 

Q1: How to choose a right inverter?

A1:Tell us your demand, then our sales will recommend a suitable inverter to you.

Q2: What's the different between inverter and solar inverter?

A2:  Inverter is only accept AC input, but solar inverter not only accept AC input but also can connect with solar panel to accept PV input, it more save power.  

Q3: How about the delivery time?

A3:  7 days for sample; 25 days for bulk order.

 

 

 


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If you will be storing them outdoors, you can use auto batteries. Indoors, use sealed marine batteries. Number and size depends on your needs. You will need a charge controller between the solar panels and the batteries to get the maximum power out of the array and to avoid damage to the batteries. And you will need an inverter to convert the 2 or 24 volts to 20 or 240 VAC. One large lead acid battery will supply about 000 watt-hours of energy, enough for 200 watts for 5 hours. You have to look at your loads and decide on how many batteries you need. Frequently it is cheaper to buy new appliances that use less power, as that power difference can save a lot of money in batteries, inverter, charge controller and solar panels. But it sounds like a few thousand watt-hours will be enough, or 2 large batteries. The real limiting factor is how much money you want to spend for the solar panels themselves. .
Q:can i make a solar panel out of aluminum foil?
You can't make a solar panel to generate any reasonable amount of electricity from that. You need a semiconductor to start with, in order to have something that can generate free charge carriers(electrons and holes) from photons. Then you need a junction which can separate the charges. In principle you could make a Shottky Diode solar cell from copper if you could find a doped semiconductor to bond a sheet of it to the copper. To form a decent electric field there should be a significant difference in work functions between the copper and the semiconductor, this will generally require the semiconductor to be doped. On top of this you would need a transparent conductor (most used are things like ITO or other 'TCOs' - Transparent Conducting Oxides) to be the top electrode to inject replacement charges into the semiconductor to replace the effect of recombination current. In summary, it's difficult to DIY. You generally need complicated machinery to get decent crystal growth and/or doping.
Q:im trying to power up a cell phone and laptop with a solar panel.?
They are powered from internal batteries, so what you really want to do is to charge the batteries. Take them one at a time, as they have different power and voltage requirements. Don't try to do them both together, unless you use an inverter. To directly charge a battery from a solar panel, you need to find out the voltage and current requirements for the charge operation. Then find a solar panel with a voltage somewhat higher. the current can be lower, it will just take longer for the charge. You will have to monitor manually the state of charge of the battery(s) to avoid overcharging and damage. Another alternative is to get a solar panel that will supply 2 volts and use that to operate an inverter that will output 20 VAC with AC sockets on it. then you can plug in the battery chargers that you have, and they will handle the batteries correctly. Or you can buy solar panels with built in circuitry to handle the charge control. .
Q:Need Large solar panels. ?
I think you may be surprised how much energy a little cafe like that uses. Since the air conditioning, refrigerators, and other appliances are going nonstop, I'd expect the energy usage to be several times that of a normal house. If you have access to the electric bills of the cafe while it was in operation, look up the kWh's used per month. For scale, I will say that our house uses 500 kWh per month, and needs 3 kW of panels to keep up with that. Scale up to match the restaurant, as a ballpark estimate. If you don't have access to the electric bills, then go visit a similar cafe in town, or a nearby town, and ask them how much their electric bill is. If the ballpark estimate still looks doable to you, then contact a professional solar installer to get an accurate, no-obligation estimate. Most likely, the cafe will use gas heat for cooking. But if not, electricity from solar panels is probably the most inefficient way to cook. Consider having solar ovens for most of the cooking, if you have land, with gas as a backup on cloudy days.
Q:Do solar panels generate power when it's cloudy?
Yes. If there is any light, even on a cloudy day, a solar panel can generate power. But the amount of power generated is much less when the solar panel is not in direct sunlight (about 90% less). On a cloudy day, typical solar panels can produce 0-25% of their rated capacity. The exact amount will vary depending on the density of the clouds, and may also vary by the type of solar panel; some kinds of panels are better at receiving diffuse light. SunPower solar cells, for example, have been designed to capture a broader range of the solar spectrum. By capturing more red and blue wavelengths, their solar panels can generate more electricity even when it’s overcast. Ultraviolet light also reaches the earth’s surface in abundance during cloudy days (if you’ve ever been at the beach when it’s cloudy and gotten a sunburn, you’ve experienced this firsthand). Some solar cells are in development that can capture UV rays, although these are not out on the market yet. Even with a standard solar panel on a cloudy day, though, you will be able to generate some power when it’s daylight. The same thing is true in foggy weather. If you live in a city with frequent fog, like San Francisco, you’ll still be able to generate electricity when the fog rolls in. :)
Q:Question about home solar panel systems?
As Ed said, that .2 kW is an instantaneous rating in bright sun. The way to do this right is to consult the maps here rredc.nrel.gov/solar/old_data/nsr... to find the number of equivalent sun-hours your location gets per day. Select, Average, Annual, Flat plate tilted south at latitude. A map will come up. For northern California, it shows 5 equivalent sun hours per day, for example. If the system is .2 kW, then .2 x 5 = 6.0 kWh of energy the system will generate per day, on average. That takes into account cloudy days, short winter days, long summer days, everything. The 2.4 kW system would give double that, obviously. But that's an example, based on a specific location. Phoenix would do better, Seattle would do worse.
Q:Can you connect a solar panel to a regular plug, using copper wire?
If you mean powered computer speakers, I think you have a chance. They're low power, and often low voltage. What you want is a parent or your science teacher to give you advice. You will want to find the kind of speaker that has a power adapter that plugs into the wall. The power adapter will put out, say, 6 volts at 200 mA. That's what you want to replace with the solar panel, not wire to the part that plugs into the wall.
Q:2 Questions on Solar Panels?
Solar panels come in many kinds, using a variety of technologies and sizes, but the most common is still the crystalline silicon type. The power produced is variable, but the better ones you can buy approach 20% efficiency, and the peak energy from the sun is 200W/m^2 (Watts per square meter). This only occurs when the panel is lined up with the sun on a clear day with the sun high in the sky. The efficiency is also affected by how the electrical energy is taken from the panel, and the temperature of the panel. In the full sun the temperature approaches 60C, so the voltage drops. The links below provide a lot of information about such matters. A BP panel 50mm x 674mm gives a peak power of 20W. This is .07 square meters. As you can see this is very close to 20%. (The third link). However this is less in practice because the sun may not be full sun and may not be perpendicular to the panel. The output drops as the cosine of the angle to the sun, more or less. Even with peak sun this would produce only about 00W charging a 2V battery directly, unless an electronic Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) charge control is used.

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