60W Poly Solar Panel with High Efficiency Made in China

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 60 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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60W Poly Solar Panel with High Efficiency Made in ChinaSolar module/panel with high efficiency solar cells
Strong, lightweight aluminum frame design with reinforced sealing and load hold to prevent freezing and warping, and stand against high wind.
Under Standard Test Conditions(STC): Irradiance of 1000W/m2, Am1.5 and 25º C cell temperature.
Mechanical Characteristics
Dimensions: 670mm(L) x 620mm(W) x 30mm(H)
Weight: 6.1kg
Solar Cells: Polycrystalline solar cells, 36 cells
Construction: Front: High-transmission 3.2mm tempered glass; Encapsulate: EVA; Back: TPT
Frame: Clear anodized aluminum alloy Color: Silver

Product features:
1. The modules use high-quality imported polycrystalline or monocrystalline solar cells;
Enclosed by high-rigidity tempered glass, with excellent light transmittance and output performance;

2. Surface treated with reflection-reducing process, increasing the light absorption.
Back sealed with anti-aging EVA, resistant from moisture and corrosion.

3. The efficiency of our monocrystalline solar cell is over 17%, and polycrystalline panel is over 16%. We stipulate, the allowance of each panel's rated power has to be positive. Each panel is strictly tested before leaving the factory.

4. Our solar panel is designed with a lifetime of 25 years, and guaranteed that the power decline less than 10% within 10 years, and 20% within 20 years.

 Rated Power[Pmax] 60W
 Power Tolerance± 5%
 Nominal Voltage17.2V
 Design Life 25 years
 Electrical Characteristics
 Maximum Power            [Pmax]60W± 5%
 Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp]17.2V± 3%
 Maximum Power Current [Imp]3.49A± 3%
 Short-Circuit Current       [Isc]3.85A± 3%
 Open-Circuit Voltage       [Voc]21.04V± 3%
 Current Temperature Coefficient 0.08%/º C
 Voltage Temperature Coefficient - 0.32%/º C
 Power Temperature Coefficient -0.38%/º C


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Q:How much candle lights is required to operate a 205 watt solar panel?
That's hard to tell. A solar panel produces somewhere between 7 and 0W per square foot under sunlight exposure. You should calculate the light intensity of sunlight, and then calculate the light intensity of a candle (You'll have to look that up in some physics book or the internet) and then just multiply the number of candles until you match the intensity of sunlight. Realistically, you would need so many candles that you wouldn't be able to fit them in front of the solar panels, assuming you don't end up with a huge fireball.
Q:How much for a 8kwh solar panel system?
Figure 8 hours of sun per day, so 8 kW-hr is a rate of kW, which is a medium sized panel, probably not enough to operate your house totally, unless you have a very small unit. Averaged over 24 hours, that is power at a rate of only 300 watts, enough for a TV. Average US home use is .2 kW, which over 24 hours is 29 kW-hr, plus you need extra for cloudy days, peak demands, and to charge batteries. You have to decide off-grid or on-grid, and if you want to (and are allowed to) sell excess power to the power company. Off gird, the cost of batteries and charge controller are a large part of the cost. On-grid, you have to purchase equipment approved by the power company to match your power with the grid. Panels will cost about $3 per watt, so for 000 watts that is $3000. Double that for installation, then add in cost of charge controller, inverter, batteries, etc. The last items depend on your alternatives, see paragraph above. .
Q:how many 45 watt solar panels would I need?
Lets say, for a simple approximation, that the 45 watt panel produces 45 watts /3 of the time and nothing the rest of the time. Each day, this will produce 8 hours times 45 watts = 360 watt hours. Also assume the battery charge controller and inverter waste half of that power, leaving 80 watt hours per day. If you use compact fluorescent lamps, that would allow you to burn 80 watts worth for an hour every day, or 90 watts for 2 hours, etc. That is a lot of light for a shed. You might consider using much less efficient tungsten filament lamps, but eliminate the inverter and choose low voltage (automotive) lamps that can run directly across the battery and lower the total cost, but give you only about half the light times time. The main advantage of the inverter might be that it would allow you to use small power tools or appliances in the shed. -- Regards, John Popelish
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Q:how to power a 400 watt heater with solar panels and batteries?
well, you need to produce 3200 watt-hours per day with your solar panels how many you need depends on the type of panel and size and how much sun you get (the energy of the rays depends on your latitude and the time of year) the amount of batteries you need again depends on your requirements and your insolation if you only need to heat when the sun is shining then you don't need any batteries at all if you want to heat for 8 hours after the sun has quit shining then you obviously need batteries to hold 3200 watt-hrs of electricity to actually size a 3200+ watt-hr solar system you need a lot more information
Q:What should the voltage be on a small marine solar panel?
Mark, the 2 vdc is pretty typical. Most panels for home use are set up to charge 2 volt batteries, and they are wired for an, open circuit voltage of 8 to 9 volts. This allows it to have enough voltage to feed through a few diodes, perhaps a charge controller and 30 or 40 feet of wire and still have at least 5 volts left over. Once you connect it to the battery the panel will drop to whatever the batteries charging curve voltage would be. If you have a few minutes, I would suggest getting a book at the library called, The Complete Battery Book, by Richard Perez. Just read the chapters pertaining to lead acid batteries, the other discussions on lithium, ni cads and such won't apply to your boat system. If your panel is not large, and it's short circuit current rating in amps is less than 2% of the amp hour capacity of the battery, you can even run the panel without a charge controller. The book explains this as well. There is a great magazine that gets into the nuts and bolts of this stuff, it's called Home Power, you can find it online. You might also find some info at a couple renewable energy websites, I will list them below. Panels are rated in two ways, open circuit voltage, which you measure with a multimeter while the panel is in open sun and nothing is connected to it. The other rating is short cirucuit current, which you measure with an ammeter while the panel is in the sun as well. You connect the ammeter across the output of the panel and let all the power short right through the meter, so you'll need an ammeter big enough to handle more amps than the panel puts out. A 0 amp unit will work for your boat panel. These tests won't hurt the panel, or the meters, we do it all the time in the field, and the manufacturers will tell you to do the same test if you have a problem with a panel and they want to know if it's malfunctioning. You can check one of their websites if you like. Good luck Mark, and take care, Rudydoo
Q:solar panel, dc light help?
3 w for 2 hours/night is 36 watt hours. You'll get about 500 watt hours/day from your panel on the average, which for a 2 volt battery is about 40 ampere hours. You can get an 80 amp-hour sealed gel cell battery to charge with this panel (with a suitable charge controller). You want to size your lights so the battery can provide three days of light without discharging it more than 50%, so that's abnout 600 watt-hours/3/36 = about 4 orf 5 lights. Cost for this system woulkd be over $500. The advantage of the self contained light is they use a lithium or nickel battery rather than a lead acid, so it can run totally dead without damage (unmlike a sealed lead-acid battery). That would be a far cheaper way to go. DK
Q:how can i build my own, cheap, solar panels at home?
electric powered panels are actually not plausible for many persons. they are 2 great skinny layers of polarized cloth. while the solar hits them electrons pass from the st to the 2d layer with an quantity of stress. you are able to no longer reproduction that at abode. What you need to do is setup photograph voltaic heating panels and run them against a Stirling engine. this methodology is many times extra effective than time-honored electric powered panels besides in industry. they have warmth on one element and chilly on the different to generate stress. Hook that to any generator to offer electrical energy. in case you're useful construction a house gadget, weblog approximately it, others will desire to nicely known precisely the way you probably did it.
Q:Does anybody know if there are any courses for solar panel installation, and/or what trades you need for this?
What you ought to recognize will depend on WHAT sort of installations you're going to be operating with. In regular, for business you wish to have fundamental mechanics and wiring. For house, you may additionally want a few carpentry, roofing, preserving structural integrity, plumbing, and so on. In side it additionally will depend on what sort of sun installations you're doing, (vigour, air warmers, water warmers, and so on.)
Q:Will a 2W, 2V mono solar panel power up a laptop battery?
I'm afraid neither of these panels will do much for charging or running your laptop. If the power brick is supposed to emit 5 volts at 5 amps, that's 75 watts. Neither of those panels provides enough voltage and the power output is obviously far too small. The capabilities of solar power are vastly overestimated for small panels. Sunlight is limited to about kilowatt per square meter under ideal conditions (summer time, clear blue sky, for a few hours around noon in the US southwest). But consumer panels top out at about 5% efficiency, so your limit is 50 watts per square meter - in other words you would need about half a square meter, or about six square feet, of panel to provide 75 watts. And even under ideal conditions you will only get that much for a few hours each day. Also, the panel's voltage output is not regulated, so even if you find a panel that emits 5 volts (this would actually have to be made up of groups of 30 cells in series, as they emit half a volt each at most) you can't just connect the panel output into your laptop's DC in. You'd need a regulated DC-to-DC supply, and since that is not 00% efficient it will cost a bit of the power... now you need even more panel area. All in all, not really a practical thing to carry along on a camping trip.

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