HBM(315) Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panels

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We are a high-tech group wich specializes in solar products design,research, manufacture, sales,solar projects design and installation. There have three subsidiaries. 

We have been engaged in PV manufacture and research industry for more than 20 years. We also own powerful technical resources and experienced research team in Hope Group. 

We have the first class manufacture equipments and plant.Hope Group are qualified for many international and national authentications of TUV、IEC61215、IEC61730、CE and “ Golden Sun” in China PV industry, meanwhile ISO9001-2008, ISO14000, OHSAS18000, REDP and the certification of Hi-tech enterprise etc./ ( NDRC/GEF/WB-be selected in Chinese renewable energy development projects). 

 

 

Solar cell module production process

Line called packaging line components, packaging is the production of solar cells a key step in the packaging process without a good, multi-well battery is also not a good component of production boards. Battery package not only the battery life is guaranteed, but also to enhance the combat strength of the battery. Product quality and high service life is to win can be the key to customer satisfaction, so the quality of components of the package board is very important.  

 

Data sheet

Maximum power315W
Cell type(mm)Polycrystalline solar cell 156*156
Number of cell(pcs)72(6*12)
Manufacture siteChina
Open-circuit voltage(voc)45.1V
Maximum power voltage(vmp)37.3V
Short-circuit current(isc)8.88A
Optimum operating current(imp)8.45A
Power tolerance0~+5W
Module efficiency16.2%
Dimensions(mm)1956*992*40
Weight27KG
BacksheetSilver
Frame ColarWhite
FrameAnodized Aluminum Alloy

 

HBM(315) Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panels

 

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Q:Solar panels for a small gym outside my house?
It may cost you about $650, you can also learn building it yourself so you can save much money...
Q:How to maintain a battery with a solar panel?
Yes, you can purchase a solar photovoltaic array to keep your batteries charged. You will need a Photovoltaic Cell Panel that produces 27 + watts (6volts x 4.5 amps = 27 watts) at 6 volts of electricity, a Charge Controller that allows only 4.5 amps of power through to the battery and will reduce the amps as the battery nears full charge and shut off the Panel when the battery is fully charged, and a 6v. Battery. Figure you will need a photovoltaic panel capable of producing a minimum of 27 watts if you are going to charge a completely dead 6 v. battery in one day. (with a clear sky). The way the system works is the sunlight strikes the cells on the panel and releases the excess electrons in the cells, they travel along central wires to your battery and charge the battery. When the sun sets, the procedure is reversed and the electrons flow backwards from the battery, into the photovoltaic cells. That is where the Charge Controller is needed. It acts a one way gate and lets the electrons go into the battery, but won't let them go backwards to the Panel. Just set your panel in the sun at the optimum angle for the season and your latitude on earth, connect the charge controller and then the battery, and it will keep your battery charged. Don't waste your money on the small wattage solar photovoltaic systems that claim to keep your battery charged. They simply can't do it unless your battery is in like new condition and is fully charged when they are hooked up. If you battery is a few months old, the small wattage photovoltaic systems can't keep up with the loss of power from sulfation inside the battery.
Q:solar panel for pool pump?
Why don't you use the mains as the battery with net metering. That way you don't have to have two pumps, a DC pump for the solar and an AC pump for the mains. A 230 V, 6 A pump draws 3.68 kw. A typical solar panel produces about 400 watts so you would need about 0 solar panels which should run you about $20,000 US. Of course, you may not need to run the pump continuously but in order to use fewer solar panels for sporadic use, you would need the batteries or the net metering. Keep in mind that with the costs of the panels, you will be paying about 38 cents a kwh. Grid power usually costs around 5 cents a kwh.
Q:can a light bulb power a solar panel?
This Site Might Help You. RE: can a light bulb power a solar panel? can u use a light bulb instead of the sun to power a solar panel
Q:What would be a good battery for this solar panel?
How many batteries you will need depends on what you are planning to do with them which you did not mention? Sunforce makes a 30 amp charge controller part no. 60033
Q:2v vs 24v solar panel?
The choice of solar panel voltage comes down more to what the panels will be connected to. You're right that power can remain the same at the different voltages. Higher input (panel) voltages are sometimes used in inverter systems to reduce the effect of voltage draw-down. 2v panels (about 20v open circuit) work well for charging 2v batteries, connected in parallel, through a charge controller. For use of a grid-tie inverter, higher input voltages are sometimes used to reduce the effects of draw-down. You want to select and wire (parallel vs. series) your panels based on the input voltage requirement of the load, whatever it may be.
Q:when building a solar panel should the diode be on the positive or negative side?
the blocking diode goes on the positive side
Q:Advice on Solar Panel....................................?
Unfortunately solar panels aren't very cheap, and to power as much as you would like, you'll need quite a few. Aside from that, they aren't the most dependable, and maintenance is pretty expensive. If there is a relatively continuous breeze in your area, you may want to look into residential wind turbines. They will provide electricity 24/7, and the small ones don't require very much maintenance. You won't need as many turbines as you would solar panels either because they provide a pretty decent amount of power. Hope this helps!!
Q:How do you install solar panels?
You need to determine how many solar panels will produce the amount of power that you consume now. You can check your bill for the number of kilowatt hours (power) you will need. There are websites that will help you calculate the intensity of sunlight in your area. There are other websites that will help you determine the average daily sunlight. The sf of your house has no importance. The amount of power you use is independent of the size of your house. You hook up solar cells in series to increase voltage. You hook up solar cells in parallel to increase current. Power is voltage multiplied by current. Most modern houses are supplied with 200 Amp service at 240 volts AC. The solar panels produce DC power. The grid in most places provides AC power. So you will need a AC/DC power converter. The sun does not always shine so you will need a storage battery bank capable of storing all the power you will use at night.
Q:Solar Panel Help Please!?
I will give you the tools to answer your own question. Here is the solar resource map: rredc.nrel.gov/solar/old_data/nsr... Use it to look up the hours of peak equivalent sunlight per day in your area. For example, let's say it's 5 hours / day. Then per year you get 365 x 5 = 825 hours of sun Your panel is 20 watts, or 0.2 kW So the energy produced per year is 825 x .2 = 383 kWh You'll have to use the proper numbers for your own area, of course. Anyway, you can take that 383 kWh and determine how much it would cost at local electric rates. Never know, on some islands, it's $.00 per kWh. Check with your local electric company for rates.

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