High Efficiency Monocrystalline Solar Panel with 200W Power

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 200 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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Key Specifications/Special Features

  • Maximum power: 200Wp

  • Maximum working voltage: 36.37V

  • Maximum working current: 5.51A

  • Open-circuit voltage: 43.89V

  • Short-circuit current: 5.90A

  • Cell efficiency: 18.20%

  • Cell number: 72 pieces (6 x 12mm)

  • Cell dimensions: 125 x 125mm

  • Solar panel dimensions: 1,580 x 808 x 35mm

  • Maximum system voltage: 1,000V

  • Operating temperature: -40 to 85®C

  • Surface maximum loading capacity: (surface can withstandmaximum pressure) 60m/s (200kg/m2)

  • Allowable hail load (hail stress testing) steel ball fall downfrom 1m height

  • Weight of each solar panel: 16kg

  • Connection box type: PV-JB001 (TUV)

  • Cable type: with TUV mark

  • Cable length: 900mm

  • Output power tolerance: ±3%

  • Frame material: aluminum

  • Standard test conditions (STC): 1,000W/m2 AM1.5,25°C

  • 10 years warranty and 25 years for 80% of power

  • Fill factor: ≥72%

  • Loading:

    • 20ft container: 351 pieces

    • 40ft container: 756 pieces

2015 Hot Sale! High Efficiency Monocrystalline Solar Panel with 200W Power

 

2015 Hot Sale! High Efficiency Monocrystalline Solar Panel with 200W Power
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Electrical DataModule SizeWeightNumber of cells series
Nominal PowerMax-PowerMax-PowerOpen-CircuitShort-Circuit
VoltageCurrentVoltageCurrent
PmaxVMPPIMPPVOCISC
WVAVAmmKgpc
1017.20.5821.61.31340*254*171.236
2017.21.1621.61.93340*460*251.836
3017.21.7421.62.57350*670*30336
4017.22.3221.63.23450*670*303.536
5017.22.9121.63.86550*670*304.536
6017.23.4921.63.86603*670*305.336
7017.24.0721.64.51758*670*30636
8017.24.6521.65.17758*670*306.536
9017.25.2321.65.81935*670*306.736
10017.25.821.66.46935*670*306.736
11017.26.421.67.081061*670*35836
12017.26.9821.67.721161*670*358.636
13017.27.5621.68.41277*670*359.836
14017.2421.64.41480*670*3510.936
15017.24.1721.64.581480*670*3510.936
16034.44.6543.25.171480*670*3510.972
17034.44.9443.25.491172*983*3511.772
18034.45.2343.25.811172*983*3511.772
19034.45.5243.26.141260*983*3514.672
20034.45.8143.26.51260*983*3514.672
21034.46.143.26.851488*983*3514.672
22034.46.443.27.081488*983*3515.272


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I've had people banging on my door to install them unfortunately i can't test the theory The offer came between the government sign-up of insulation where the ensuing deaths of several installers halted the program and the Queensland floods - not a floating panel in sight!
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That's hard to tell. A solar panel produces somewhere between 7 and 0W per square foot under sunlight exposure. You should calculate the light intensity of sunlight, and then calculate the light intensity of a candle (You'll have to look that up in some physics book or the internet) and then just multiply the number of candles until you match the intensity of sunlight. Realistically, you would need so many candles that you wouldn't be able to fit them in front of the solar panels, assuming you don't end up with a huge fireball.
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There could be a couple of reasons why it isn't working. First, 2V panels actually put out a considerably higher voltage because it is presumed that they will be used to charge a 2Vdc battery. That requires applying a voltage greater than 2Vdc, and usually there is a solar controller that regulates the solar power to the battery. It also has a voltage drop. Look at the first reference reference, and you will see these values for a particular panel: Voc: 2.6V (open circuit voltage) Vmp: 7.2V (voltage at maximum power point) Voc is the voltage the panel produces under standard sunlight and temperature conditions (25°C), with no load applied. As load is applied, the voltage drops (see reference 2). Power is the product of current times voltage, so at one set of conditions (namely at Vmp) maximum power is available from the panel. Your inverter might not be working for either of two reasons: ) it has input protection circuitry that locks out operation when it senses an overvoltage, as in the 2.6V open circuit voltage, or 2) the panel does not produce enough current and the voltage from the panel collapses under excessive load. For example, if you load your inverter to 20W, then nominally the 2VDC input to the inverter must supply 20W/2V/eff = 0A/eff Assuming the inverter has an efficiency of 80%, the input current required is: 0A/.8 = 2.5A A solar panel operating at maximum power would need a rating of about: 2.5A x 7.2V = 25W Is your panel that big? The other option, as mentioned by others, is to charge a battery that runs the inverter. Other nuances: Voc increases as temperature decreases. Sunlight intensity varies (obviously), so the panel may produce less than rated power. The power specifications often are printed on the back side of the panel.
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You okorder.com/... Click on the box that says schematic to see how everything goes together. You need to talk to your electrical inspector to see what their requirements are for installation. You also need to have a net metering agreement with your electric company to connect to the grid. You are probably going to require a professional solar installer. Her's a list of NABCEP certified installers in your state. :)
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Photovoltaic panels have almost zero recurring operating cost. Once installed, they are good for the next 20-25 years, typically. The exceptions are if the panels are not tilted, then you need to pay someone a few times a year to go up there with a mop to clean them. Otherwise, rain and morning dew make the dirt slide off automatically. The cost for your system will depend on the power needs of your school. It also depends on your location. As a government entity, a school is not eligible for the current 30% federal incentive, but may be for state incentives, depending on where you live. Anyway, once you size your system, which will be large, figure on $7 / watt cost for a large system. This would be less if you live in a state with good incentives. So for example, if you needed a 00 kW system, the price would be $700,000. $00,000 of that money is to replace the inverters that break after 5 years, so you would be paying $600,000 up front.
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Hard to say. Solar panels are becoming more common these days. May want to ask if the vendor is licensed and bonded contractor (if he's doing installation as well as panel sales). Find out the name of the equipment that this guy is selling (panels and other hardware) and do a search. For that matter, get the guys name and do a search on it to see he pops up elsewhere.
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There are several web sites you can search for and they will provide the answer on how big of a PV Solar Array you would need for your house. Several things need to be known, such as square footage of the home, how well the home is insulated, etc. The panels come in all sizes and wattage's depending upon application, so yes they should all fit on the roof. If you have a small roof get PV panels with higher wattage's. Yes, they will work in the northern latitudes but not as efficiently as near the equator. You might need more PV panels to make up the loss in power from the sun hitting at a lower angle. Generally, all you will need to do is periodically clean the glass covering of the PV Panels to get maximum sun light on the PV cells. In my region, near the 45 th parallel, a 600 square foot home with six inch insulated walls and R40 attic insulation can purchase a PV panel system for around $40,000. That includes the equipment to tie it into the power grid and the meter to measure how much you supply the grid during the day and how much you draw from the grid at night when the sun isn't shining. There are tax credits for retrofitting an existing home, but mostly it is new homes being built that are having the PV panel systems installed so the cost is added to the mortgage and the return on the investment is paid off over the life of the System (about 5 to 20 yrs.)
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To clarify your thinking, ask yourself whether your goal is really to be more self-sufficient, or to save money. For most people, I think when they say they want self-sufficiency, they really mean they want to save money, not pay more. The money-saving route may come through putting in more insulation on the house, or double-pane windows, or energy-efficient appliances. Solar might play a part, but the kind of solar that pays back well (if at all) is the type without batteries. That doesn't give you self-sufficiency - if the power company has a blackout, the solar electric will automatically disconnect. Your power company may offer a free energy audit to help you save money. And if you are interested in pursuing solar electric (or even better, solar hot water), check with a local installer. They can size your system and give you a free quote.

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