CNBM Poly 160W Solar Panel with TUV UL CE Certificate For Residential

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 160 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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CNBM Poly 160W Solar Panel with TUV UL CE Certificate For Residential 


This is a kit using for factory and storage field. This product is a higher output version with stable power and we guarantee you for 20years.    

 Each module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 365 watts. The efficiency of a module determines the area of a module given the same rated output – an 8% efficient 230 watt module will have twice the area of a 16% efficient 230 watt module. There are a few solar panels available that are exceeding 19% efficiency. A single solar module can produce only a limited amount of power; most installations contain multiple modules. A photovoltaic system typically includes a panel or an array of solar modules, a solar inverter, and sometimes a battery and/or solar tracker and interconnection wiring.

CNBM Poly 160W Solar Panel with TUV UL CE Certificate For Residential

Suggested application

Home lighting business lighting,

Garden lighting, pavement lighting    

Farmer household lighting

Decorative water pump

Traffic signal lighting

Industry area

Business area

Solar Power Plant

Product feature

Modules are made of Monocrystalline or Polycrystalline Silicon cell.

Materials and color of the solar panel frame: Clear anodized aluminum alloy type 6063T5 Universal frame; Silver-white color;
The output connection gathers the coupling: Selects conforms to the IEC-612615; 2005, class II, IEC61730 international standard; Airtight waterproofing binding clamp;
Module seal structure: The surface is thick, the high diaphanous rate armored glass with solar cell board special-purpose 3.2mm becomes after the high temperature lamination craft. The back selects has waterproof and anti- aged performance fine TPT materials. The entire block battery board has, the waterproofing, the anti- aging airtight and so on the fine performance;
Power tolerance: +/-3%


International standard cartons (according to the requirements of customers)

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Q:Solar Panel energy 500 KW monthly?
Replace your compression driven airconditioner with a gas fired absorption cycle air conditioner (there'll be a government subsidy or grant for that due to the R22 being phased out), install vacuum tube solar thermal collectors at a tenth the price of solar photovoltaics and use the hot water for the absorption cycle heat source with the natural gas burners as a backup. This avoids all the energy losses involved in the various energy conversions and solar thermal uses all wavelengths of solar energy while many photo-voltaics uses only one wavelength (newer dye based, multi layer, and quantum dot photovoltaics are all about using more than one wavelength of light). Solar thermal will also give you hot water and residential heating which are the other two big energy uses in a home. If you are bent on spending ten times the money on photovoltaics instead of solar thermal then figure out how many hours you actually run your AC for, use the filter replacement counter on your programmable thermostat to give you how long your fan is running in days and multiply that by 24 then divide your 500 kw/hrs by this value and since the power company only buys power from you at half the price that they will sell it to you at and you will have to buy power back at night, multiply by a fudge factor of say .5, this gives you a rough estimate of how many watts of solar panels you'll need to install in kilowatts, multiply this by 0,000 and that's roughly how much it will cost you in dollars (assuming $0 per watt installed, solar cells can be as low as $ per watt to manufacture but those aren't available yet and you also need to have them assembled into panels and installed so $0 per watt is a reasonable figure, people usually use values from $4 per watt through $9 per watt). Then after you get over the sticker shock, reconsider solar thermal.
Q:Solar Energy - What would these solar panels power?
A solar panel that is rated at 60 watts would produce that amount under the most favorable conditions of direct sunlight at noon in a good location. This would taper off to nothing at the beginning and ends of the daylight. A 60 watt Panel operating at full output for hour would produce 60 watt hours. If we assumed a straight line of output from zero to 60 watts and back to 0 again over 6 hours the average output would be 30 watts x 6 hours = 80 watt hours / day x 365 days = 65700 watt hours in a year / 2 = 5475 watt hours in a month. You lose about 0% converting from DC to AC. This reduces this to about 4927.5 watt hours. Your bill is measured in KW hr which are 000 times bigger. This is 4.9275 KW hr or .24% of your last month's bill. At a national average of about $.2 per KW hr the energy out put for one month would be equal to about 60 cents.
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.
Q:How to amplify current from a solar panel?
The previous answer about wattage is correct, so this is your first problem. Try increasing the number of solar panels by connecting them in parallel. To answer your question about increasing current, a voltage regulator wastes energy to regulate voltage. You need somthing that is not so wasteful, and that is a DC-DC converter. You will need to buy a 20V-5V model. this will give you less voltage but more current than you origionally had with your solar panel. You can alter voltage and current capacity, but you cant increase power (watts) with a DC-DC converter.
Q:why wont my solar panel make my dc motor work?
You didn't say how much power your panels can produce, or how much power (current x volts) the motors require. The panels must meet or exceed what the motor requires. You might need to get a very small motor and a little gearbox out of some other motorized toy, or at least a small pinion gear for the motor and a larger ring gear that can be attached to an axle (similar to how RC cars accomplish their drive train). A worm gear drive set might be even better if the motor / solar panel combination isn't very powerful - it'll go slowly, but some movement is better than no movement. If you put the panels in series, a 2 V motor should be the best match (again, only if its power requirements are small enough). If you want to try running the 3 volt motor off the panels, you might try paralleling them (make sure you get the polarity right or they'll try to kill each other) - you'll still be mis-matched, but if the motor requires less power than the 9/2/8 volt motor(s), it might work. If you have or can acquire a multi-meter, you'll be able to measure the voltages and currents and that will not only help you see what's going on, but adding some details might help others help you get this working.
Q:Why do solar panels stop working?
Panel degradation can occur in many ways, but they generally take a long time (40yr old panels are still working...). One problem is diffusion. Since the cells are at a finite temperature and receive energy from the light, atoms in the structure can migrate around the cell. If you mix up materials from either side of the junction, you can reduce or remove the internal field and so charge separation no longer occurs, meaning no more current output. This is generally a very, very slow process. My current research is on the back contacts of cadmium-telluride solar cells. CdTe forms a junction with metals, and this junction has a built in electric field that tries to stop the current going out of the cell. This is bad! It reduces the power you get out. To overcome this, copper is sometimes added. This really cuts down on the restrictions on current, but copper is very diffusive. Within weeks at room temperature it can jiggle its way along grain boundaries (the solar cells aren't one big crystal, but a load of small grains. Our lab makes ones about 0.006mm across). Whilst copper at the back contact is good because it cancels out the effect of the field there, once it gets to the cell junction it has a worse effect. It can act as a 'recombination centre' or 'shunting pathway' - it either absorbs the free charges or takes them somewhere useless and cuts the power output. Copper is a very obvious and quick acting cause of solar panels reducing in output. I believe a similar effect is true for other cells, just with different materials. The quality of the junction degrades slowly as heat and light give energy to atoms in the lattice and make them jiggle around a bit. Once you have things out of place, performance degrades.
Q:Information on Solar Panels?
If you hope to get a solar panel that can run appliances and air conditioning.. then you are not even close to being realistic about what solar panels can do. If you really want to install a solar panel array on your home, then you need to talk to a company in your area that designes and installes them because every installation is different.. so you won't get an answer here on Yahoo. You can expect to spend $20,000 to $30,000 that will provide enough solar power for the average home.
Q:Homemade Solar Panel : Hi! guys i want to know what do you think about Homemade Solar Panel?
If you want to make hot water then they are easy to make. Search the web.
Q:Where to get solar panels in Birmingham, AL?
Any electrical contractor could likely install them, and there are several Internet businesses that sell solar panels. You likely have no place there to get the kind of large panels you need for a house. Look at your local regulations. Your utility may not allow grid-tie, so you may have to set up an off-grid system with batteries and use separate wiring or a transfer switch. One thing a lot of people neglect is hail protection. In Birmingham, you're likely to have large hail (larger than golf ball size) every couple of years in the spring. You need to work out a way of covering them in advance of severe weather. Most panels will take up to golf-ball size hail with no problem. DK PS, I've done this myself, and have considerably more information. Email if you're interested.
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