260W Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel

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We are a high-tech group wich specializes in solar products design,research, manufacture, sales,solar projects design and installation.

Our national sales service covers seven parts, including northeast, north, east, middle, south, northwest and southwest, international sales covers five continents and over forty countries, including Germany, Italy, Spain, France, America and Brazil etc.

Our present annual capacity is 6 million for wafer, 60MWp for solar cells,200MWp for solar modules and one hundred thousand for solar applications. It is expected that the annual capacity of 2012 will be up to 30 million for wafer, 300MWp for solar cells, 1000MW for solar modules and 2 million for solar applications.

 

Solar cell module production process

Line called packaging line components, packaging is the production of solar cells a key step in the packaging process without a good, multi-well battery is also not a good component of production boards. Battery package not only the battery life is guaranteed, but also to enhance the combat strength of the battery. Product quality and high service life is to win can be the key to customer satisfaction, so the quality of components of the package board is very important.  

 

260W Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel

 

Data sheet

Maximum power

260W

Cell type(mm)

Polycrystalline solar cell 156*156

Number of cell(pcs)

60(6*10)

Manufacture site

China

Open-circuit voltage(voc)

37.6V

Maximum power voltage(vmp)

30.5V

Short-circuit current(isc)

8.95A

Optimum operating current(imp)

8.53A

Power tolerance

0~+5W

Module efficiency

16%

Dimensions(mm)

1640*992*40

Weight

19 kg

Backsheet

Silver

Frame Colar

White

Frame

Anodized Aluminum Alloy

 

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Well-trained and experienced staffs to answer all your questions in fluent English. 

3. Do you accept OEM or customized design?

OEM & ODM, any your customized lightings we can help you to design and put into product.

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Distributorship are offered for your unique design and some our current models.

 

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Q:have you ever installed solar panels for your home?
Yes I have. We have a little Labrador on the front steps(you know, a thing to hide keys under.) In his mouth is a little lantern that absorbs the solar energy from the panels and it turns on at night. Really saves you money, much more than regular electricity. The bill won't be so high this way, oh, and it's also good for the environment����
Q:The future of solar panels?
Solar Panel really isn't any new technology, it was discovered in the early 60s. And as you can see it hasn't progressed all that much. But Developers are saying that within the next five years solar technology will increase dramatically. With more and more people looking for greener and easier forms of energy, there are many looking towards solar. In fact some energy companies are willing to buy the energy that you produce from you. And with new forms of thinner silicon panels, we are looking at a more efficient kind of panels. Unfortunately for us, at the moment thin-film panel silicon isn't as efficient as we are looking for. They are flimsier than the traditional panels and do not contain as much silicon to produce the electricity. But as soon as the demand increases, the production will increase, and if more companies are looking to invest in solar, then there will be more competition, with more competition- we are going to have improved technology, and with more improved technology, the prices will go down. Because at the moment, there is not much of an incentive for solar power. Compared to the Kilowatt- hour produced from coal and other forms of energy, solar does not produce as much. Experts are saying that within the next five years, not having solar panels on your house will be as silly as building a house without plumbing. The future on solar panels looks bright.
Q:Increasing Solar Panel Efficiency?
Solar okorder.com/... to find local solar panel info and viability by city/state.
Q:Can I hook up a Solar Panel to a car battery? Does it matter the kind of car battery?
A 2 volt battery is a 2 volt battery. Some are larger than others. Sure you can charge a car battery with a solar panel, but 00 watts for a long time could be a problem. There's one way to find out.
Q:Solar Panel Watts?? help!?
Watts is a measurement of power which is a combination of Voltage x Amps Example: a 200 Watt panel can produce 6.6 amps at 2 Volts. (200 = 2 x 6.6) If you bought a 24 volt system the same 200 Watts would give you half the amount of amps since the power (watts) is the same. When determining your needs for a solar system there are many factors that have to be taken into account. The amount of power you use will depend on what appliances you have in the house, how much you use them, and how careful you are with vampire loads (A TV or stereo will use some power even when turned off unless you unplug them). The amount of panels you need will also depend on your battery system, amount of sunlight that you have in a day and how many days of reserve power you think you will need based on the weather in your area. If you wanted to completely run your house on solar energy you are looking at an investment of $5,000 - $20,000 or even more. There sometimes are tax incentive depending on where you live that will reduce your overall cost. Some examples of power usage: Toaster : 800-500W Microwave : 600-500W Dishwasher : 200-500W Washing Machine : 500W Vacuum Cleaner : 200-700W Iron : 000W Clothes dryer : 4000W Ceiling Fan : 0-50W Table Fan : 0-25W Electric Blanket : 200W Hair Blow dryer : 000W Electric Shaver : 5W Laptop Computer : 20-50W Desktop Computer : 80-50W TV (9 colour) : 70W Clock radio : W Fridge / Freezer : 500W 25 colour TV : 50W Electric Kettle : 2000W
Q:How to build a small SOLAR PANEL that will light a 60 watt light bulb?
I don't have any practical experience building solar panel arrays to power a given device, but allow me to make this observation. Solar cells, when exposed to sunlight, will each generate a given amount of power (watts), and by wiring these in series, you will increase the wattage. Now, a panel three feet square will give you a certain amount of power, provided all the cells are wired correctly in series, and it may not provide enough juice to light the bulb. You can work around this by adding a step-up transformer (which takes the incoming power and boosts it to the desired level for output, with no moving parts). Voila! You've illuminated your bulb. I will admit, though, you'll have to do some math to determine what you need. A search on the Web will help you find the formulae and other information you'll require. Good luck.
Q:What are solar panels?
The solar panel is that convert sunlight into electric. There are two kinds of solar panels, poly solar panel and mono solar panel.
Q:Would you put solar panels on your home? and why?
I believe the best economy comes out when a completely green house is built. Solar panels are expensive, and I'll rather use some of the investments to build different back-up systems, instead of bying solar panels for it all. If I build another house, my fancy stuff would be the green stuff. The house will have a water radiator heating system and a heat pump to circulate warm or cold air in the house. Heat pump also used to heat water for heating system. I'll use solar panels to make enough electric power . charging a deep cycle battery pack for back up power, 2. to power heat pump, fridges., freezers, and water pumps, when I'm not home at the house. When I'm home I'll run a bio-fueled(bio-waste and pellets or firewood) powered steam engine with a 0KW 0-220V generator when I need electric stove and oven, dishwasher and laundry appliances. I'll use a wood stove, BBQ and oven on the porch for summer cooking. I'll use excessive heat from steam engine for heating water tank. I'll also have an bio-fueled (waste and pellets or firewood) water heater for winter heating back-up. Of course I'll make sure I'm connected to the electric grid, so I can get credit from power company for the excessive electricity that will occasionally come out from solar panels. Steam engine can be replaced by diesel powered 0KW generator, if it's possible to fuel it with veg-oil home made diesel fuel. Depends whats most accessible at my living site.
Q:Solar Panels Have Faded?
Unfortunately Eileen the panels are bound to fade as its par for the course. Over time much like everything else (from an AC condenser to your knees and hips) everything starts to go south. When did you purchase and install your panels? If this was done within the past few years then something is definitely wrong, and you should have the manufacturer and installer come back and replace the panels....on their dime of course. Is the warranty on your panels still in effect? If so then its definitely something that they have to come back and take care of. There is a company I know of called Sun Electronics that has a 20 year warranty on their products, so if its worth anything you might want to buy your new panels/system from them. The panels around today are more efficient than those of years past, and with the cost coming down due to economies of scale and the tax incentives you might want to consider getting a new system. Sorry to let you down though Eileen!
Q:Do grid-tied solar panel systems have to be installed professionally?
By an utility approved qualified individual. The utilities really hate it if their maintenance people working on the power lines gets electrocuted because some solar powered inverter didn't shut off when they shut the line off.

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