6x6 inch Mono Solar Cell with High Efficiency

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156*156mm Poly Cell Poly Panel China High Quality Module Price from China Factory


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1,Components,ultra-white Executed tempered glass+PVB+cell+PVB+tempered glass
2,Components with ultra-white Executed tempered glass+PVB+cell+PVB+tempered glass+of PVB+tempered glass




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1.Rigorous quality control meeting the highest international standards


2.High-transmissivity low-iron tempered glass, strong aluminium frame


3.Using UV-resistant silicon


4.ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004


5.IEC61215, IEC61730, Safety Class in conformity to CE


1.10 years limited product warranty


2.15 years at 90% of the minimal rated power output


3.25 years at 80% of the minimal rated power output


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e-series module


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10 or12 boxes/carton 

professional packing by factory staff.


we assure our clients with high quality solar cells with approcimately about17.4% efficiency.

our misson is make easy solar panel for home.


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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:how much solar panel power do i need?
Buy a device called a kill-a-watt to measure exactly how much power you use. If you get a systemt to put out 000 watts, it's going to be more than you need, and you'll waste your money. 20 amps is 2200 watts (assuming a 0 volt circuit), which is even more. That will be very pricey. Get the kill-a-watt so that you don't spend more than you need to on solar panels. The cost of the kill-a-watt is almost nothing compared to what you'll be spending on the panels. If I had to guess, 500 watts would run all those devices at the same time.
Q:How do you make a homemade solar panel?
you cant make solar panels to generate electricity at home. A LOT of high tech equipment is needed. About the cheapest option is to use solar powered garden lights but that is all you'll get is a bit of light.(Google making solar panels) You should be able to make up a windmill powered generator though (but dont expect much power out of something you can make easily) Do some research yourself
Q:Need some Information about solar panels ?
No. The only coatings I am aware of are those that reduce reflection so more light gets through the protective surface to the actual cells. Anything thing that affects appearance is going to be reflecting light back to the viewer and the photons of that light are not available for electricity or heat. If the appearance of the panels offends you, then they need to be concealed by a fence of panels around them that do not throw shadows on the panels.
Q:Maintenance of Solar Panel?
I don't know if the guy is right about cells burning out if they are covered. You should look on the Internet for insolation tables for your area to see the effective hours of sunlight. Then guesstimate the percentage of time the panels will be shaded. Those trees may make the solar thing a poor idea. He is right about the trees reducing you efficiency. If a panel is shaded about 0 percent, its output drops to close to zero. My panels are five years old, and I have washed them twice. There as been no noticeable dropoff in output.
Q:What about solar panels?
This is a site that can help you estimate the size and number of panels that will power what you intend to provide for. There are plenty of sites selling the panels, so compare prices. Also, check whether your state is offering the rebate like the state of CA is and what the restrictions, terms and conditions are. Even with the rebates they are very costly, so be certain to calculate the pay off period for your application to see whether it is a cost efficient option for your energy usage.
Q:Can I plug a solar panel into a wall socket to lower my electric bill?
You're quite right that the solar panel can't be directly connected. I sense that you want to start small, but unfortunately, it's hard enough to make a system with a dozen or more panels pay back. (It can, we have a system...) But with just one panel, maybe a small one, the economy of scale is gone. You need to buy a grid-tie inverter, which watt-for-watt will be more expensive than a regular size one, and for a small panel, the $$/watt value will be poor. There are some [illegal in most places] tiny grid-tie inverters that I see advertised on the web from time to time, with an ordinary plug that goes into the wall. Those are generally against electrical codes, and the danger is real. There is also a crop of micro-inverters being sold by companies such as Enphase. These are legitimate products, but will still be costly per watt, and ultimately, it will be hard to have a net savings over time with just one panel. Have you already taken the conservation steps like LED light bulbs, efficient appliances (especially refrigerator), insulation, and using a power strip to turn off loads that are not being used? That stuff isn't sexy, but saves money fast.
Q:projects using solar panels?
I have done this in my project too and a solar panel, two wires, a circuit/project board, an LED light/a small fan,a switch and a solderer. Just solder the wires to the positive and negative parts of the panel, put the wires connected to the panel to the board put the LED's on the other side and the switch together with it shine light on the panel and the light/fan will work.(If it dosen't work, please DO NOT consult ME.)
Q:How can I regulate current from a solar panel?
Lithium batteries do have special charging requirements. I would recommend that you use the 2 volt charger that came with them to keep them happy. Automotive power systems can have voltages as high as 4.5 volts when the engine is running so there's no need to limit the output of the panel to anything less than that. Check with the charger manufacturer to see what it will withstand. Some will work with systems up to 24 volts nominal (up to 29 volts actual) found in larger commercial vehicles such as trucks and busses. If your charger will work with both 2 and 24 volt systems you might not need anything extra to use the unregulated output of the panel. Otherwise I'd recommend a shunt regulator to clamp the output of the panel to no more than 4.5 volts. That way it would dissipate (waste) very little of the panel's power, and even that would only be during those rare times when the panel is producing maximum output. Such a device could be as simple as a high power zener diode, a low power zener coupled with a power transistor, or a precision shunt regulator such as a TL43 coupled with a power transistor. A more complex way would be a to use buck/boost regulator between the panel and your charger. You might gain a slight advantage under low light conditions when the panel isn't putting out much but the overall efficiency could end up worse than the simpler shunt regulator. Under optimum conditions, I would expect it to take a full day for a 3 watt (peak) panel to charge just one of your 35 Wh batteries. Charging an intermediate device such as the Sherpa 50 through its built in charger and then using it to charge your battery through yet another charger would severely cut your overall efficiency. Depending on how long you'll be gone, it might be far more practical, reliable, and economical to just carry (or find a way to be resupplied with) a few additional fully charged 35 Wh batteries. Don
Q:solar panel model HELP!!!!!!!?
There are different types of solar panels. Photovoltaic for electricity, and thermal for heating water, and passive for heating air. So it would help if you would say what type you are going to build. Theere are a lot of videos on you tube on how to make solar panels. use the link below.

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