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Polycrystalline Solar Modules

CNBM offers a range of small, medium and large polycrystalline solar modules, designed for a range of requirements.

 

 

 

80W  Poly solar Panel Small Poly Solar Panel CNBM

80W  Poly solar Panel Small Poly Solar Panel CNBM

 

Specifications:

Tolerance

+/-3%

Cell

Polycrystalline silicon solar cells (156 x 156mm)

N0. of Cells

60 (10 x 6)

Dimension of Modules (mm)

1650 x 990 x 40

Weight (kg)

25.5

Limits:

Operating Temperature

-40~+85?

Storage Temperature

-40~+85?

Maximum System Voltage

1000 VDC max.

Hail Impact

Diameter of 28mm with impact speed 
of 86km/h

Temperature and Coefficients:

NOCT

48C+/-2?

Voltage temperature coefficient (%/K)

-0.35

Current temperature coefficient (%/K)

0.05

Power temperature coefficient (%/K)

-0.45

Characteristics:

Model:

SGM-200P

SGM-210P

SGM-220P

Max-power voltage Vmp (V)

29.2

29.4

29.41

Max-power current Imp (A)

6.85

7.14

7.48

Open-circuit voltage Voc (V)

36.5

36.69

36.9

Short-Circuit Current Isc (A)

7.28

7.6

7.93

Max-power Pm(W)

200

210

220

 

Model:

SGM-230P

Max-power voltage Vmp (V)

29.8

Max-power current Imp (A)

7.72

Open-circuit voltage Voc (V)

37.31

Short-Circuit Current Isc (A)

8.19

Max-power Pm(W)

230

STC: Irradiance 1000W/m2, module temperature 25?, AM-=1.5

Poly Crystalline Solar Panels Specifications Range

Maximum Power (Pm)

Dimension

Weight

Operating Voltage (Vmp)

Operating Current (Imp)

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)

Short Circuit Current (Isc)

0.45W

140x80x10mm

0.08kg

3.3V

150mA

4.6V

160mA

1.0W

162x140x10mm

0.16kg

7.5V

150mA

10.3V

160mA

4.5W

269x251x23mm

0.8kg

16.5V

0.27A

20.5V

0.3A

10W

420.1×268.9×22.6mm

1.92kg

17.5V

0.58A

20.5V

0.6A

20W

425x502x50mm

3.0kg

16.8V

1.19A

21.0V

1.29A

30W

593x502x22.6mm

3.9kg

16.8V

1.78A

21.0V

1.94A

40W

655x537x50mm

5.75kg

17.3V

2.31A

22.1V

2.54A

50W

839x537x50mm

6.0kg

17.5V

2.9A

21.8V

3.17A

65W

1111x502x50mm

7.2kg

17.6V

3.69A

22.1V

3.99A

80W

1204x537x50mm

7.7kg

17.6V

4.55A

22.1V

4.8A

 

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Q:Do it yourself Solar Panels?
the kit is a fraud and should be ignored. You cannot make a solar panel at home to the quality and output that professional ones are. It's like thinking you can buy chips and make your own PC.
Q:Can you tie small-scale solar panel system into household electrical system?
Solar panel produces DC power that cannot be used directly by any electric device at house. Besides, it produces very little current unless its size is big as your roof. To convert DC power into AC power requires even more investment, like a huge storage rechargeable battery bank and very high power DC to AC converter . That is not worth to try it to supply whole house electricity with solar power . That might cost you at least U$20,000 to start with and never ended weekly maintenance. You could only try it just for fun to let it light up a few LED directly without the need to add any extra parts to it.
Q:What does solar panel power?
I doubt it'd supply your heat. Anything involving electric heating uses tons of energy. Also, keep in mind that you don't just need a panel but also a DC to AC converter.
Q:I need some ideas for a going green program involving solar paneling.?
Solar Energy Is School! It's School To Go Solar!
Q:Why are solar panels only 0% efficient?
Mainly due to reflection (micro-structuring of the surface helps here), incorrect wavelength of the light (the panel is only sensitive to a certain wavelength range) and heating of the panel (due to the incident light/thermal radiation). The remainder is either reflected or absorbed by the cell and re-emitted as heat. Absorption by e.g. the glass panel is slight (a few %), as is absorption/reflection by the necessary surface contacts (again, a few %). Higher efficiency is possible, but brings its own drawbacks (like higher cost). You could now go into two directions: - high efficiency cells/panels with (likely) higher cost and complexity for mounting (like lens or mirror based systems, aka concentrator systems, that increase the light level on the cells in order to increase efficiency) - low cost systems (cheap as dirt) that will allow you to cover every surface of a building, efficiency is less important if you can compensate by a much larger covered area As to the efficiency limit: there is a theoretical limit (from thermodynamics - don't ask me how or why) in the range of 30...40%, depending on which publication you want to believe in.
Q:help understanding solar panel stuff?
Solar panels turn sunlight into direct current electricity usually at 2, 24, or 36v. You could probably have a very simple system with just a panel and a few dc fans assuming that: the panels never put out more power than the fans can handle, you don't mind the fans slowing and stopping when the sunlight fades. If you want the fans running more of the time, you will need the panel hooked to a charger that charges a car/marine type battery and the fans connected to the battery. The longer the wires, the thicker they need to be (and more expensive). If you want to use AC (alternating current like your house uses) you will need an inverter (which turns DC into AC). Each device and each section of wire loses power due to inefficiency (heat produced). Contact a solar company on line, in person, or learn more.
Q:What is the best low power alternative for TV set, to use as screen for dvd player, with a 30watt solar panel?
Do what we do when power is cut (although we have very reliable power - we loose as much as 2 hours a year), is go Amish. That is go without powered technology. Now, for you, you need more than a solar panel (and likely more than 30W, but that is a start) - you need a battery or set of batteries to store the collected power. 20Ah might do. You need an inverter to power things. For that, likely a 300W will do. For a TV, go shopping, and look at the labels on the back of the TVs. I just bought a 24 TV rated at 40W. If you get a 9 LED TV, it may be likely you can run that directly from battery, for many have separate DC brick supplies. With those, you can make a cable to power it directly from a 2V or so battery, if the supply can make 2 to 5V. Depending on your provider, you may be able to get a mini-decoder which uses a separate brick or wall supply, which means the decoder likely can be directly battery powered. Such a decoder may draw less than 20W.
Q:Adding Solar Panels to my home in Portland, Oregon?
I wish it was that easy! Maybe it will be soon. But at this time, no, there isn't. And if you have a solar collection system, you have to have a way to store the energy when you're producing more than what you are currently using. That usually involves an expensive battery array. But it's necessary. The power coming directly from the solar panels will be erratic and sending it to the battery array for storage and then use allows for the home to draw a consistent level of power. And this battery system also allows for storage of electricity for use when the sun isn't shining like at night. The system should be set up to use your power first, then go to the grid. It should also allow for distribution to the grid when your system has stored all the power it can and that's when your meter will run backwards and the power company will be paying you! There are a lot of federal and state income tax rebates for alternative energy installation costs. Check out what Oregon might toss into the package along with the Feds and see where you might come out.
Q:how do solar panels work?
Sunlight hits the solar panel, and DC power is generated. By the power is not stable. It becomes stronger or weaker according to the strength of sunlight.
Q:Solar panel question..?
Little solar panels on lights are very low power. The battery in one such may be 0.5 Amp-hours and .2 V ; it may be different but it should be marked on the panel/battery/manual. An outlet in your house is designed to run on 20 V (typically in N. Am.) and they run on alternating current (AC) whereas the panel generates direct current (DC). (If you don't know the difference, do not worry to much but just understand that they are not directly compatible.) You therefore need an inverter to change DC to AC (and lose some although inverters are now very efficient). But the amount of power generated by those panels is still very small. That is why solar lights are low power (just a few watts in most cases). To make things even more irritating, phone chargers do not work off 20 V AC as you are charging the battery and need a low voltage DC -- which is what the solar panel is giving you. It is almost certain that the voltage from the panel will be less than the voltage required for the phone. The charger is mostly cable but there is a black box incorporated and it should say what the voltage and current output are (the input will be 20V). So you should be able to overcome this not by hooking up the panel to a 20V outlet and then plugging the charger in but by hooking up the panel to the phone directly if you can get enough voltage out of the solar panel (or hook up several) and if you fashion a connection device. They already make them -- solar battery chargers and I am sure you can enter that into a search engine and find loads. Typically the panel alone is much more than a solar light -- which shows the relative power requirements.

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