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Centralized Monitoring and Control Solutions    

Solar power plants involve many kinds of monitoring equipments, including all solar system related products, like combiner box, DC power distribution cabinet, Grid cabinet, AC power distribution cabinet, sun tracking unit, environment detector, etc. Monitoring system displays the real-time data and status information of each device, and can achieve real-time data storage, and remote control.


● Unified management platform for building solar plant monitoring equipment
● Integrate various types of monitoring data to achieve different service for different people
● System can collect complete united monitoring data from different types devices of different companies
● System construction follows the relevant national standards, international standards, and the power industry standards

● System can be widely adapted to the new access monitoring devices communication interface, with good scalability

·         Q. What's lifetime of a UPS ?

Most plug-in UPS are workable for at least five years. We'd advise you to change the batteries every three to four years. For larger equipment, we maintain equipment for twenty years old and still going strong.

·         Q. How to maintain a UPS ?

There are three simple methods:  Never overload your UPS, never connect any home electronic devices such as cooling fan to your UPS. This may cause malfunction of your UPS. Discharge the battery in a consistent interval, once a month or once two months.  You can do this by turning on the UPS without connecting the mains.

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Q:H2 as an Alternative Fuel Source using Solar Panels?
It's a great idea, but there are problems. The first is that hydrogen is very difficult to control; it is a small molecule, and very slippery. It is difficult to handle from that perspective; Teflon tape and other common plumbing techniques just don't cut it. Secondly, once you have the hydrogen, you'd have to compress it in order to put it into a cylinder of some sort. This takes electrical power, and in turn is wasteful. Compressed hydrogen storage has is own risks, including hydrogen embrittlement, and the peculiar nature of hydrogen (including having an invisible flame, and a remarkably wide flammable range) makes it quite dangerous. After all, relatively safe products such as propane gas and butane lighters- well-established and very common- are surprisingly dangerous, causing injuries and fatalities each year. In order for something that is more dangerous (hydrogen) to come to market as being a hydrolysis product, either the products will have to be home-made (and therefore more dangerous), or very expensive.
Q:Parts needed to build a solar panel?
Most okorder.com/ . If you had an array of 0 or more panels, it would usually be cheaper to get a single, large inverter. The usual path taken with homemade panels seems to be using them to charge a battery, then running things of the battery. And it's usually a fun thing to do, but not a way to save money. Just so you know.
Q:I'm have a DIY solar panel and wanted to use micro inverters?
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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
Q:Do you know that China is the largest producer of solar panels in the world?
I visit hundreds of houses a week in my line of work and there are houses in neighborhoods that aren't the wealthiest that have solar. It might be cheaper than you think.
Q:How much electricity does a solar panel generate?
000W/square meter is the standard input rate that solar panels are rated by. Watts are a rate, like miles per hour. Depending on the technology, you might get as much as 20% of that as an output of the panel. To determine the amount of power generated, you need to multiply the rate by time. Just like in a car, going 50mph for 5 hours sends you 250 miles. You look at the rating of the panel, if it is a 50 watt panel, in 5 hours AT THAT RATED INPUT, you would generate 250 watt hours (wh). You can find charts that tell you how many sun hours are available a day. As the sun is generally strongest at solar noon, it is weaker in the morning and afternoon. They have averaged the power of the sun throughout the day, and said for each location, how many hours equal to 000W/Msq are in a day. Five is a nice average number. So, if you figure 000W input in a square meter, 20% output, or 200W (the rate) times 5 sun hours (time) = 000Watt hours, or kilowatt hour ( kwh) (quantity) can be generated from a square meter of panels in a day.
Q:Want to power this with solar panels?
You won't get very far with THAT lash-up. First of all.. WHY would you want to use diodes to drop the voltage.. they DRAW CURRENT and that is something you don't have to spare. That draw of 4.5v@0.66A (660 ma) comes out to just under 3 watts. You DO KNOW that you can get that 4.5 Volts by driving a NAIL into the THIRD CELL in a 6 Volt wet cell battery... right? and for what you are doing, you have more current available with a 6 volt battery than a 2 volt battery. Anyway, you could use two 6 Volt batteries and tap them at the 4.5 volt point then tie them in parallel, but you could still use the 6 volt solar panel to charge them. Trying to use an inverter is just an exercise in futility.. With TWO of the LARGEST DEEP CYCLE BATTERIES you can buy at AutoZone running in Parallel and being charged by solar panels.. if you hook a 75 watt inverter to them, they will go flat in about 4 hours of use during the night. This is not rocket science. Back when cars were changing over from 6 volts to 2 volts, I powered up more than one 6 volt car radio off a 2 volt battery... when you grow up as poor as I did.. you get inventive. I later used the same trick on the 24 volt electrical systems the Jeeps were using, to power up clandestine repeaters in places where no repeaters should have been. About 25 years ago I was living in the Denver area and built up a 0 watt 2 meter repeater on a split channel and took it up to Mt. Evans during the summer and hid it in a pile of rocks. I used tone control, so we were the only ones using it and, as I said, It was a split channel.. so it wasn't on a regular repeater channel. That thing was still running when I moved from the Denver area about 3 years later and for all I know, It's still up there on Mt. Evans (find the Brittlecone Pines and look towards that small peak about a mile to the west)
Q:Can I install solar panel straight to battery on my truck?
No, there is no way that you can install solar panel in your truck battery. For your information, solar panel works only if it is stable mode and consuming solar energy. So, think about it, does your moving truck can give what a solar panel need to run it.
Q:A question about solar panel?
I found some 0 square ft. solar panels that produce 30 watts . 3 watts per s.f. . A 2,000 s.f. home would consume around 2,000 kilowatt hours of electricity in summer months in areas that require air conditioning . This would require 67 kwh daily . You would need ,000 s.f. of panels and dozens of batteries to store the energy for night time .
Q:would a lazier work on a solar panel?
If you mean a LASER pointer, then the answer is YES. However, the light is concentrated on a very tiny spot, so the panel will NOT generate much. Laser pointers are rated in milliwatts. A typical red laser pointer is rated at maybe 3 milliwatts. So, that is all that will be transferred at MOST. You don't get something for nothing, so the panel MAY put out 3 milliwatts from the laser pointer, but probably less since the solar panel is not 00% efficient. Solar electrical panels rely on sunlight over a large area measured in terms of many square FEET of area. As for driving lamps, the lamps do not care where the power comes from, only that the voltage and current are correct. Most bulbs will work equally well on AC or DC. Solar panels are used to charge batteries, and the batteries are used with an inverter to supply 0 VAC to things like appliances. What you CAN do is use a laser pointer to turn off a photoelectrically controlled light, such as a streetlight, maybe. Many streetlights have a photocell on top which looks at the sky and turns on the light when it is near dark until shortly after dawn. If you can shine a laser on the dome of the photocell, it MAY be bright enough to fool the photocell into thinking it is daylight and turn the streetlight off for a while...

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