Energy Saving Photovoltaic Module Purchase

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10000000 watt/month

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Item specifice:

Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 315 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

Product Description:

Solar Module Summarize

Solar Module is the core part of solar PV power systems, also is the highest value part of it. The function of Solar Module is to convert the sun's radiation to electrical energy, or transfer it to battery and store in it, or to drive the load running.
The Product has been widely used in space and ground, it mainly used for power generation systems, charging systems, road lighting and traffic signs areas. It could offer
a wide range of power and voltage, and with high conversion efficiency, and long service life.

Company Description

CNBM International Corporation, as an important external business platform of CNBM Group, plays as a role to export solar products produced by CNBM. Headquartered in Beijing, We have entered into Solar PV industry since 2005. CNBM Solar is specialized in PV power systems which takes advantage of reliable supplying, convenient installation and free maintenance, and has been used widely, and it is the compensation and substitution of normal power supply. We provide power solutions for home, business and industrial customers, and provide off-grid PV systems for rural area. Our company not only can supply high quality solar Products, but also provides professional system Solutions and high quality services.


Technical Parameter:

Model Type

Good   Quality 250W Solar Panel

Peak Power-Pmax(W)

250W

Open Circuit Voltage-Voc(V)

44.2

Maximum Power Voltage-Vmp(V)

36

Short Circuit Current-Isc(A)

5.4

Maximum Power  Current-Imp(A) 

5

Maximum System Voltage

1000V DC

Maximum Series Fuse Rating

10A

Power Tolerance

 -1~+3%

Temperature Coefficients of Pmax

 -0.45%/

Temperature Coefficients of Voc

 -0.348%/

Temperature Coefficients of Isc

0.031%/

Nominal Operating Cell Temperature

44.5±2

Standard Testing Condition(STC)

Irradiance:1000W/m²;Temperature:25;AM=1.5

Qualification Test Parameters


Operating Temperature

 -40~+85

Storage Temperature

 -40~+85

Pressure Bearing

≥5400Pascal/m²

Wind Bearing

≥5400Pascal/m²

Mechanical Characteristics


Cell Size

Mono 156*156mm±0.5

No.of Cells

60pcs(6*10)

Dimension

1640*992*40mm

Weight

18.8Kg

Glass

3.2mm High Transmission,Low Iron

Frame

Anodized Aluminum Alloy

Junction Box

IP65Rated

Internal Diodes

3 Bypass Diodes

Cable

1*4.0mm² Length 900mm

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Energy Saving Photovoltaic Module Purchase

Energy Saving Photovoltaic Module Purchase

Energy Saving Photovoltaic Module Purchase

Packing & Shipping: 

Energy Saving Photovoltaic Module Purchase

We have rich experience on how to pack the panels to make sure the safety on shipment when it arrives at the destination.

The normal size is packed by 25pcs/ carton / pallet. Paper carton for FCL shipping and wood carton for LCL shipping.

FAQ:

1Have you ever sold your products to companies in my country?

Of course, we have customers in all general PV markets, but I think we should expand our market share along with the market growth.

2When did your company set up?  You are a new company, how can I believe your quality?

We entered into Solar PV industry in 2005, now we have several plants in manufacturing of a-Si and c-Si panels, and our capacity is 220MW per year. Till now we have already passed all the tests by authorized laboratories, e.g. TUV, VDE, UL.

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Q:Need Solar Panel Guru.....?
Yes and no. solar panels are expensive and inefficient. therefore the power you generate will cost many times what the same power from a power plant would, and therefore you generally can only run a few low powered things at once. Secondly they don't generate electricity at night so you need some means of storing the power. tht means even more efficiency losses. They also only generate DC power, so you have to run the power through an inverter to make 0V AC. inverters are notoriously inefficient and expensive as well, so now you've thrown even more power away converting it. Bottom line, you're gonna pay far more than $600 a month for these things and you won't get nearly the amount of power you think. it is generally a waste of money to do this in almost all cases. The ROI is usually well over 20 years before you break even.
Q:Why do solar panels produce zero energy?
Hey Cosmic, forget about Wayfare and Jenny here, but I have to say your question is a bit vague. When you say the panels produce near zero, how near? Are you using a watt meter, ammeter, or some other sort of metering device. Solar electric, or photovoltiac panels are made almost entirely of silicone wafers. Same as computer chips, when they get hot, the resist the flow of electrons. This is why most panel manufacturers advise installers to upgauge wiring if the temperature falls below 40 degrees F (5C) regularly. Below 0 C, you have to upgauge 2 wire sizes. A good quality panel will put out 50% of its rated power in very cold climates, so it stands to reason that they will put out substantially less in hot weather. Many people think places like the SW United States is great for solar because it's always sunny. In Las Vegas for example, they have 27 sunny days a month, and in August, the temperature frequently reaches 50 degrees C (20F) so people with photovoltiac panels are not even getting half their rated power on a good day. I'm not sure this is what you are asking about. Our home has been powered by the wind and sun for 2 years now. In the summer in the upper midwest, the days are warmer of course, but also much longer than in the winter. So our batteries will frequently fill up by 2:00pm, and the charge controller will taper off the solar charging the rest of the day to minimize overcharging. If you were to check the meters at 3pm, you might notice only 3 or 4 amps coming in when the array is rated at 42. This is normal for us in July and August. These are some reason why a solar array produces near zero in the summertime. Take care Cosmic, Rudydoo
Q:Maintenance of Solar Panel?
New solar panels are clean and shiny and they look cool. Then they get dirty with dust and debris caught on the wind and residues left behind by rain and birds. Solar panels must be regularly cleaned and maintained in order to keep them operating efficiently and maximize the amount of sunlight they convert into electricity. Unlike windows your solar system needs to have a clean and clear surface to ensure they are working at their maximum efficiency. If they are not at their optimum performance it means they are not producing the amount of electricity that they could be. Solar panels will attract dirt, dust, soot, pollen, tree sap and salt crystals in coastal regions creating a fine layer of grime. This layer reduces the amount of light reaching the silicon cells under the glass surface and reduces the panel's effectiveness. A solar panel that has never been cleaned could be producing almost a third less power than it otherwise could be. Some have reported a ten to fifteen percent loss of solar output due to dirty panels. From the ground the panels may appear to be clean, just like your windows. Up close however you can see the grime that has built up from the dirt and pollution in the air. A more noticeable deposit that can be left on panels is bird droppings. These tend to completely block the light from areas of the photovoltaic panel and can considerable reduce its effectiveness. See much more about solar panels maintenance below link
Q:Solar Panel Watts?? help!?
This is not a precise analogy, but think of it this way: Volts is the pressure of the water in a pipe. Amps is the gallons per minute that come out. Watts is how much water you have after a certain length of time the pipe is open. a 200 watt solar panel under ideal conditions ( bright daylight between , say 0 am and 2 pm, held exactly flat to the sun ) will produce enough energy to run 2 00 watt light bulbs. You hardly ever have perfect bright sunlight; the length of the day varies during the year, and the angle of the panel to the sun changes from hour to hour; all this leads to a typical home in the US /Europe having only about 4 hours a day of maximum solar available. So, your 200 watt panel would give you 800 watts a day, enough to run one 00 watt light bulb for 8 hours If you are trying to run a house off solar, there are unfortunately other things needed between the panels and the lights / appliances; inverters, batteries, controllers sand each one eats up a little energy so you may get only 75 useful watts. See why more homes don't have panels? The other poster who said $30-50,000 to completely run a home on panels is about right.
Q:how much energy does a 70x70 sq ft area of solar panels collect?
Considering capital outlays, such a system might never recover its initial investment. That's why we don't see such small photovoltaic plants popping up around the country - the economic case isn't there. One of the problems is that you would have to sell your electricity wholesale, at a ridiculously low price like 2 cents / kWh. If you were displacing electricity that you would otherwise use, then the financial case is different. Retail electricity could be 20 cents / kWh, 0 times as much, and you could get your money back over time, and start to make a profit. I've assumed you're in the US, with no special feed-in tarrifs. If you're in a country with a premium rate for solar-generated electricity, the business case could be very different.
Q:Are solar panels worth it?
I say yes, I had a system put in a few months ago. I paid $6K and my utility paid $0K. I should break even in about 6 years. The system is guaranteed for 25 years, so I will have at least 9 years of free energy. I went from a bill of around $200 per month to under $20 in the summer. I will pay a little more in the winter months because less daylight, but I don't use as much energy in the winter. Each year electricity goes up an average of 5%, so while my neighbors have a larger bill each month, I'll be staying under $50 for a long time. Even without the rebate I would have a break even time of about 0 years, still 5 years of free energy.
Q:Solar Panel watts needed?
With you up to solar panel, then things go downhill. Your Water pump will be rated at gal/hr but how about the air pump? 600watt LED? What you need to know in order to select your solar panel is how much current you will be draining. You can work this out if you know how much power and how long they need to run. Please, a bit more information (that is relevant!).
Q:Selling homemade solar panels?
Aren't there any safety or efficiency standards you have to comply with? If I were buying solar panels I'd want to be sure the manufacturer was competent and licensed as a manufacturer/retailer. If someone brought a case against you for something that went wrong, and the brand name components were named as part of the problem, then yes, those brand name companies would certainly think there was a legal complication. Just do your research first. Your local chamber of commerce or university legal department would be able to help you.
Q:Im looking at getting solar panels.
I recenty had a system installed for my home, you can get a system that will dramatically reduce your over all electric bill for $20K. My system which is currently running my meter backwards from about 8:30 am till about 6pm cost me around $8K, I did get a $0K rebate and I'll get a $2K federal tax credit. I just had the system installed this week, so I won't know how much it will take away from my yearly consumption for a while. I personally think an overall system is a beter financial option. If you get one that just runs your a/c then you lose the benifit of the energy it is producing when the a/c isn't running. It makes sense to have a system to run an item that is located away from a source of electricity, but then you would need to invest in a storage system. The best advice, is to have a contractor come out and give you a quote. You can get a system that will produce part of your electricity all year and you can always add to it at a later time to eleminate your electric bill.
Q:solar panel regulator?
wire them in series parallel to get 8 volts at 200 mA, and that should charge a 2 volt battery. You may want to put in a series diode to prevent the battery from discharging into the panel when the sun is out. At 200 mA, depending on the battery size, you may not need much control, as that low a current will not overcharge a large battery, like a small auto battery. In fact it will take a very long time to charge it. edit: But do i need to add a regulator? If by that you mean a voltage regulator, no, as a solar panel has a high output resistance, and that will limit the current into the battery. If you mean a charge controller, if the battery is small, you may need a charge contoller to avoid overcharging the battery. But that is not a voltage regulator. .

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