Flexible 100W Solar Panel with Sunpower Cells

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 100 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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Flexible 100W solar panel with Sunpower cells

    Flexible solar panel are designed to provide a powerful charging solution for batteries and conform to almost any surface. Unlike other 'flexible' products, these use high-efficiency monocrystalline cells that produce more power per square foot than any other flexible panel on the market.
   An impermeable lamination coats the entire module, allowing it to contour and flex against curved areas, eliminating any need for custom mounts.
   The panel can be affixed by adhesive or screw mounting options and grommets are an added bonus for ease-of-installation. The thin, lightweight module can also be sewn into canvas, making it a truly versatile solar module.
     The Solar Flex panels are aerodynamic and DURABLE - a virtually unbreakable solar battery charger for RVs, boats and long-haul trucks. 

Flexible 100W Solar Panel with Sunpower Cells

Module size (mm):535*1050
Cell Type125x125
Weight(kg)3
Power tolerance:+/-3%
Nominal peak power(WP):100
Nominal voltage(V):17.6
Nominal current (A):5.68
NOCT:45+/-2°C
Voltage temperature coefficient:-0.33%/°C
Current temperature coefficient:+0.05%/°C
Power temperature coefficient:-0.23%/°C
Open circuit voltage (Voc):20.8
Short cirsuit current(Isc):6.14
Conversion efficiency:20.41%
Operating temperature:-40 to+85°C
Max system voltage:1000V DC


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Q:Where is the best place to get an education/experience and job in the installation of solar panels? ?
With okorder.com for a review of a bunch of these. If you could produce and install these, at a much lower cost, it would be a viable business opportunity. You could be helping satisfied customers who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford it and you would be working in your choice of careers. It wouldn't cost much to produce these and you could require a large percentage upfront. Anyway, another avenue to explore. Good luck!
Q:who knows about tax credits for solar panels?
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Q:Solar panels.......Earning potential.?
it depends on your solar panel, but you can sure supply most if all of your electronics and electric stuff in your house on a sunny day. If you want to know exactly how much power it supplies and how much $$ you can save you simply have to calculate how much power your home consumes per day/month. I know of people totally reliable on solar power for their home and I too will put solar panels on my home one day.
Q:someone knows about solar panel?
Typically you mount it with the frame as a ground and you ground the frame with a wire or cable tied into the ground when the mobile home is parked.
Q:Self build solar panel ?
Yes you can. You would need to look up and see the voltage output by a USB port and the current rating. You should be able to find it on the web. I have found it in the past. Check several sites to make sure that you have the correct values. Then wire up the solar panels to get the correct voltage and current capabilities. You may need to learn how a LM7805 works and wire one of them up to the circuit if you can't wire the solar panels to get the correct voltage. Make sure that you protect the solar panels from the weather and have some kind of protection for your iPad so that it does not get rained on and ruined.
Q:How do solar panels and their battery backup systems work?
First, you didn't say the voltage. Second, 30 W/hour per day. Third, battery backup capacity in Ah = Ampere hour. For 2 Volt DC here's the calculations : 30 w/hour means = 0.83 or rounded Ampere hour. You know peak time 5-7 hour (let say 6 hour)charging time (collect the sun energy). Ampere hour per day (24 hour), with 20 Ah Battery backup is OK. And the Solar Panel is 3 Ampere charging capacity minimal = 3 Amp x 6 hour = 8 Amp hour.
Q:question about Solar Panels?
Assuming that you have / will upgrade wiring sizes to carry the extra wattage, that the new total wattage resulting from the addition doesn't overload any existing charge controller, diodes and / or inverter you have installed, then paralleling it straight into one of the other 2 volt groups should do nothing but add current to the system. True, it will be somewhat imbalanced, but it will work. Your other options would be to reconfigure everything down to it's native 2 V configuration which will raise current and lower voltage, with the additional panel creating the additional current to raise the wattage or to put it in series with the other 4 panel clusters so that you would get 36 V and additional current to account for the raised wattage. One last approach might be to set it up on another battery bank of it's own (small and at 2 V) to then connect to the same inverter. You'd be getting more power and storage capability that way, sort of a partial backup system, really, that will take some of the load off the other components to help extend their useful lives and get a bit more flexibility into it as well. The choice is yours here. That is all the ways that the system can be connected in, assuming everything in the first sentence checks out;-) It's difficult to make a recommendation without knowing what other components are in use and what the maximum ratings they carry are. Just remember that parallel connections add current and voltage stays the same, series connections add voltage and the current remains the same and you can figure out what to do with this thing to help you if you stay within maximum ratings for the charge controller, diodes and / or inverter involved. Good luck and stay safe!
Q:What to do with a solar panel?
Hey AJ, Tom is quite right, a panel that size is a great trickle charger at .2 amps. If you have a good sized 2 volt battery, like from a truck, or for a boat trolling motor (it should be at least 60 amp hours) you can hook it to the battery and it will charge it slowly anytime the sun shines. Don't worry about the voltage, most 2 volt nominal volt panels are wired for 8 - 9 volts, and if you hook them to a battery, the panel voltage comes right down to the batteries charging curve voltage anyway, they are designed for that. What you do need is a diode. A diode is an electrical check valve, allowing current to flow in one direction, but not the other. This will prevent the battery from discharging through the panel at night. Many panels today come with diodes inside the junction box on the back of the panel. If yours does not have any, go to Radio Shack, look for a 6 amp silicone diode, usually around75 cents. Put it in series between the panel and the battery, then, while you have a voltmeter hooked to the battery, connect the panel/diode to the battery and see if the voltage goes up slightly. If it does, you're all set. If not, turn the diode around and try it again. It has to be connected into the circuit the correct direction. Many people will state that you need a charge controller, but this is not necessary if your panels max current, ISC is less than 2% of your batterys amp hour capacity. In your case, if you have a 60 AH or larger battery, skip the controller. There is a great discussion about this in Richard Perez's book, I will list it below. If you want to learn more about these devices, there is a great magazine that gets into the nuts and bolts of renewable energy, it's called Home Power Magazine, the link is below. We started by hooking a slightly larger panel to some golf cart batteries 2 years ago, reading that magazine and going to some energy fairs. Today our home is completely powered by the wind and sun. Check it out sometime. Take care, Rudydoo
Q:Can you get energy at night from solar panels?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Can you get energy at night from solar panels? Is it possible to store energy from solar panels for night?
Q:how does solar panels work?
Solar panels collect solar radiation from the sun and actively convert that energy to electricity. Solar panels are comprised of several individual solar cells. These solar cells function similarly to large semiconductors and utilize a large-area p-n junction diode. When the solar cells are exposed to sunlight, the p-n junction diodes convert the energy from sunlight into usable electrical energy. The energy generated from photons striking the surface of the solar panel allows electrons to be knocked out of their orbits and released, and electric fields in the solar cells pull these free electrons in a directional current, from which metal contacts in the solar cell can generate electricity. The more solar cells in a solar panel and the higher the quality of the solar cells, the more total electrical output the solar panel can produce. The conversion of sunlight to usable electrical energy has been dubbed the Photovoltaic Effect. The photovoltaic effect arises from the properties of the p-n junction diode, as such there are no moving parts in a solar panel.

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