Format : 156 mm × 156 mm ± 0.5 mm
Thickness: 210 μm ±40 μm
Front (-) : 1.5mm bus bars (silver),blue anti-reflection coating (silicon nitride)
Back (+) : 2.5mm wide soldering pads (silver) back surface field (aluminium)
1. High efficiency and High power.
2. Long-term electrical stability.
3. Lowest price and Fastest delivery.
4. Good quality and best service.
5. Bulk supply
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8. More than 25 years on the lifetime.
Electrical Characteristic of Mono Solar Cells
We have organized several common questions for our clients，may help you sincerely：
1. What’s price per watt?
A: It’s depends on the quantity, delivery date and payment terms of the order. We can talk further about the detail price issue. Our products is high quality with lower price level.
2. Can you tell me the parameter of your solar cells?
We have different series of cells with different power output, both from c-si to a-si. Please take our specification sheet for your reference.
3. How do you pack your products?
We have rich experience on how to pack the panels to make sure the safety on shipment when it arrives at the destination.
- Q:Are solar panels affordable?
- I don't think you can get a government grant? At least not just yet... But, you can get a nice Tax break for having installed solar panels on your home or for some their backyard works well. But, again you must be aware that having professionals install these panels can be quite costly. If you don't mind getting your hands a little dirty, tackling this project on your own isn't as hard as you might think! And you will be amazed at how much money you can save from the start. And if you get the family involved all the better! Building affordable solar panels for your home, is no pipe dream...But, you must be willing to do the work yourself! That's usually where most people fall short.
- Q:What are the limits of solar panels?
- I believe solar panels gather enough energy from the sun in the daytime.I don't own one therefore I AM not a 00% sure unless it runs on batteries,generator or alternator.Who knows it just may plug up at night.
- Q:How to tie small solar panel system into my house's electircal system?
- Earlier answers kind of answer it for you...but there are alternatives, that avoid the cross-pollination problem: install a 2Vdc auxiliary home system. Lights primarily, and perhaps a couple of low-draw devices. Motor/mobile home suppliers have a wide range of gear. Use Google to find suppliers. A battery 'bank' would be needed, and of course indoctrination of users to shed the 'power when you want it' life-style. Strict rationing, priority tasks, and so on. Supplement with LP heat/gas lights. 'Off the grid' sounds fun for camping, but as a life-style, it's a lot of work and planning.
- Q:Can you connect a solar panel to a regular plug, using copper wire?
- If you mean powered computer speakers, I think you have a chance. They're low power, and often low voltage. What you want is a parent or your science teacher to give you advice. You will want to find the kind of speaker that has a power adapter that plugs into the wall. The power adapter will put out, say, 6 volts at 200 mA. That's what you want to replace with the solar panel, not wire to the part that plugs into the wall.
- Q:Solar Panels power help?
- Solar panels range fromwatt to 200 watts. Most panels up to30 watts are 2volts. Siemens puts out a module (SM0) that is rated at 0 watts, 2volt, and 6.3 amps.weight (without a frame) .5 kg ms 660mm by 36mm., .868 sq meters, 26.73 watts/m^2. Do a google search for solar panels. Southern Cal. should have lots of suppliers. I know there is one in Arizona.
- Q:Solar panel technology?
- It isn't really that simple. First you have to decide if you are going to use it after dark and in cloudy weather. If so you are going to need batteries to store power. You are also going to need an inverter to convert the direct current, low voltage power to 20 volt alternating current. Once you have made those decisions you need to determine power requirements. Look at the back of each piece of equipment and find the wattage rating for the device. Add them together and you will have a starting point for power consumption. Since you will want to charge the batteries during daytime and you have parasitic drain from the inverter use you want to increase that number by 50%. When selecting the number of panels you want you have to assume they will not operate at the optimum they do deteriorate over time so de-rate them by about 50%. Once again, look at the data plate to determine wattage and get enough panels to meet the power requirements using the criteria I have mentioned.
- Q:what is solar panel? full description needed?
- Solar panels are devices that convert light into electricity. They are called solar panels because most of the time, the most powerful source of light available is the Sun, called Sol by astronomers. Some scientists call them photovoltaics which means, basically, light-electricity. A solar panel is a collection of solar cells. Lots of small solar cells spread over a large area can work together to provide enough power to be useful. The more light that hits a cell, the more electricity it produces, so spacecraft are usually designed with solar panels that can always be pointed at the Sun even as the rest of the body of the spacecraft moves around, much as a tank turret can be aimed independently of where the tank is going. DS's solar cells are even more efficient than regular solar panels made for satellites because they use solar concentrators.
- Q:Can a solar panel work with an inverter?
- 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.
- Q:Easy 0 points? Solar Panels and heaters?
- well, I suggest you that Amaze-Heaters are good for you.
- Q:How to connect a solar panel to an outlet?
- Wow. I couldn't tell you how much something like that would cost, but I would expect it to be pretty high. I don't think you are going to find a panel out there that is going to pump out enough juice to provide 0ac. It would involve a battery system and a DC to AC power inverter. You would have to let the system charge for a time and then you would be able to use if for a little while.
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