90W Mono Solar Panel with Good Quality and High Efficiency

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 90 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

Product Description:

90W Mono Solar Panel with Good Quality and High Efficiency

Cell: Mono efficiency 16.83% cell
Application: Commonly use in remote home solar sysytem!

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: 1195mm(L) x 541mm(W) x 35mm(H)
Weight: 8kg
Solar Cells: 125*125 monocrystalline solar cells, 36 cells
Construction: Front: High-transmission 3.2mm tempered glass; Encapsulate: EVA; Back: TPT
Frame: Clear anodized aluminum alloy Color: Silver

Module Warranty:
25-year limited warranty of 80% power output;
10-year limited warranty of 90% power output;
5-year limited warranty of materials and workmanship.

Performance
Rated Power[Pmax]90W
Power Tolerance± 5%
Nominal Voltage18.54V
Design Life25 years
Electrical Characteristics
Maximum Power            [Pmax]90W± 5%
Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp]18.54V± 3%
Maximum Power Current [Imp]5.3A± 3%
Short-Circuit Current       [Isc]5.83A± 3%
Open-Circuit Voltage       [Voc]22.54V± 3%
Current Temperature Coefficient0.08%/º C
Voltage Temperature Coefficient- 0.32%/º C
Power Temperature Coefficient-0.38%/º C
Maximum System Voltage1000V


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Q:Solar Panel Current=Battery Current+Load Current?
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Q:How do you set up 30w solar panel?
With a 30 watt panel, producing about 2 amps, your not going to have much power from that. A 22 AH battery will give you 2 AH of usage. A battery should never be drained below 50%. What this works out to be is simply Amp draw for 2 hours. Which equals to 2V light bulb that draws amp for 2 hours. Not much. Now to replace that usage with your 30 watt panel, provided the panel is clean and in max sunlight, it will take 6 hours. If you attach an inverter to your system for 5 Volt Usage then the DC voltage drawn from the battery is very high. Example: Say you use a 5 Volt component that requires 50 Watts per hour to operate. The inverter will draw 5 Amps out of the Battery every hour to operate that component. That gives you and /2 of use before the battery is down to 50%.. Maybe that will be enough to charge up a standard Laptop battery. I have 2 30 Watt panels that produce 5 Amps, 4 6V batteries that have 480 AH and a 25 Amp Controller with a booster that increase the amp output to 20 Amps per hour. I live full time in an RV and raise the panels to get max output when I am parked. This system provides me with all the 5V throught the 500 Watt inverter that I need. Good luck on you system.
Q:Finding the output of a solar panel?
You need full sunshine from the sun, or a lamp that will give a light spectrum similar to the sun, a volt meter, Milli-amp meter, and a variable resistor of 0 to 000 ohms. The voltmeter test leads go across the solar cell leads. The amp meter leads will be in series with the solar cell. Let's say, positive lead of the solar cell to the the positive lead of the amp meter, the negative lead of the amp meter to one terminal of the variable resistor, and the wiper terminal of the variable resistor to the negative lead of the solar cell. Slowly decrease the value of the resistor until the voltage from the solar cell just begins to drop. Take note of the amp meter reading. This is about the high end range of the solar cell. You might want to begin with a micro-amp meter for the current meter.
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Q:What is the most efficient solar panel?
Most Solar Panels are roughtly 6% efficient. Since the sun gives out about 366 watts per square meter, a good panel would be 200+ W/square meter. If you want to save a bunch of money, I suggest you have a look at this tutorial I'm linking. The guy explains how you can assemble your panel yourself. It's far easier than I first thought !
Q:Benefits of Solar Panels?
No matter where you live, home solar panels can be installed by professionals. There are also Solar Home Kits you can put into place on your own for less money. You can convert any type of home or business into one that uses solar energy in order to create electricity. Even if you don’t collect enough sunlight for all of your electricity, you can collect enough of it to significantly reduce what you do use. This is one way we can all help the environment. Before you buy solar panels, you'll need to do your homework. Find out what all of the benefits to you are going to be. In addition to helping the environment when you install home solar panels, you'll be saving money on electricity as well. If you are worried about the cost, find out if there is a tax incentive in your area. There should be a rebate or discounted cost offered by the government to entice people to put solar panels in place. Many construction companies are being able to take advantage of them as well. As long as the new homes they build feature solar panels, they can get some great tax breaks. Unsure about the prospect of installing your own home solar panels? That is understandable if you haven’t taken on such a project before. Yet the process isn’t going to be difficult. You can accomplish it with basic tools and several hours of your time. There are some great videos which will walk you through the process.
Q:Solar panels require big initial investment, how can I check if the money I save will be more than that?
you have a really good formula for figuring out what you will save. as long as you dont live the the arctic during the winter months you should be fine! this investment will definitely pay off in the long run and help the environment. just like the other guy said, the utility company would have to pay you back any excess energy you produce that you dont use! you can calculate how much your average electric bill is and then compare by how much you would be saving. you can multiply the number by 5 and 0 years and so on to see how much you would save ultimately! this is a great way to save your own money and never have to be dependent on the electric company again! yes you will definitely need a battery to hold a charge for overnight use good luck!
Q:Powering an air conditioner via solar panels?
There's no need to connect only the A/C to solar, nor is there a need to use batteries. Both of those problems are solved with grid-tied solar. The solar electricity system works alongside your regular, and the A/C just plugs in normally. You never need to worry about switching. During the day, if the A/C is drawing power, the solar goes into that, reducing your draw from the electric company. If the solar generates more than the A/C needs, the meter is driven backwards. At night, the meter runs forward again. For example, the meter may read 5000 in the morning. By evening, maybe it reads 4975. At night, it creeps back up to 5005. When the meter reader comes, you would be billed for only 5 kWh. That's the general idea. Also, consider whether you can insulate your home more, and whether you might want to change out your air conditioners for new, DC inverter mini-split units. Those can use a fraction of the electricity per BTU of regular air conditioners.
Q:Why should I use solar panels?
How Solar Cells Work by Scott Aldous Inside This Article . Introduction to How Solar Cells Work 2. Photovoltaic Cells: Converting Photons to Electrons 3. How Silicon Makes a Solar Cell 4. Anatomy of a Solar Cell 5. Energy Loss in a Solar Cell 6. Solar-powering a House 7. Solving Solar-power Issues 8. Solar-power Pros and Cons 9. Lots More Information 0. See all Physical Science articles You've probably seen calculators that have solar cells -- calculators that never need batteries, and in some cases don't even have an off button. As long as you have enough light, they seem to work forever. You may have seen larger solar panels -- on emergency road signs or call boxes, on buoys, even in parking lots to power lights. Although these larger panels aren't as common as solar powered calculators, they're out there, and not that hard to spot if you know where to look. There are solar cell arrays on satellites, where they are used to power the electrical systems. You have probably also been hearing about the solar revolution for the last 20 years -- the idea that one day we will all use free electricity from the sun. This is a seductive promise: On a bright, sunny day, the sun shines approximately ,000 watts of energy per square meter of the planet's surface, and if we could collect all of that energy we could easily power our homes and offices for free.

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