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TUV; CE; ISO
200W/27V solar panel/module for solar power plant.
1. Excellent A Grade solar cell from Motech or Hanwha solar.
2. Excellent backsheet from SFC, 3M;
3. EVA from Bridgestone / First;
4. Junction box with UL and TUV listed - GZX, IP65;
5. High transmission low iron tempered glass from Xinyi Glass - China Top 1;
6. Solar panels with TUV, CE, ISO9001 certified.
Strong, lightweight aluminum frame design with reinforced sealing and load hold to prevent freezing and warping, and stand against high wind.
Under Standard Test Conditions(STC): Irradiance of 1000W/m2, Am1.5 and 25º C cell temperature
Operating Temperature: -40 ~ +85° C
Storage Temperature: -40 ~ +85° C
Dimensions: 1956mm(L) x 992mm(W) x 50mm(H)
Polycrystalline 156*156 solar cells: 72 cells
Warranty on material and workmanship: Five years
Guaranteed output of 90% after 10 years and 80% after 25 years.
|Power Tolerance||± 3%|
|Design Life||25 years|
|Maximum Power [Pmax]||200W± 3%|
|Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp]||36.43V± 3%|
|Maximum Power Current [Imp]||7.65A± 3%|
|Short-Circuit Current [Isc]||8.23A± 3%|
|Open-Circuit Voltage [Voc]||43.92V± 3%|
|Current Temperature Coefficient||0.08%/º C|
|Voltage Temperature Coefficient||- 0.32%/º C|
|Power Temperature Coefficient||-0.38%/º C|
|Maximum System Voltage||1000V|
Business Type: Manufacturer
Main Products: Solar Panel , Solar Module , PV Panel , PV Module , Poly Crystalline Solar Panel , Poly Crystalline Solar Module
Number of Employees: 202
Year of Establishment: 2009-03-26
Management System Certification: ISO 9001
OEM/ODM Availability: Yes
- Q:Solar Panel Wiring in SERIES?
- You should be fine with the series as long as you use a multimeter and verify configuration Get a charge controller. Will be worth the small cost and prevent many issues.
- Q:Solar panel angle question..?
- 2.20 approximatey (2 /4 -- ish) X = (tan7)(8/tan45)
- 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:Are Solar Panels worth it in Southern California?
- Build okorder.com
- Q:Why only Photo-Voltaic solar panels?
- I agree with you John and for the same reason already put forth as a negative. Solar thermal is a more mature technology. This is the reason why I spent so much of the last winter studying it. I can be reasonably sure that what I learn will not be obsolete tomorrow with a new technological breakthrough. I built a solar addition/greenhouse to personally study the effects. So solar thermal panels are not the only way to go. With respect to electrical production. I have seen parabolic reflectors coupled to stirling engines and solar thermal trough heaters used to supplement steam generation for alternatively gas fired steam / electrical generation plants. On a trip to China over 4 years ago I noticed solar hot water vacuum tube collectors being sold in their local hardware and big box style stores. These were gravity fed package units intended to have the tank on the roof with a supplemental electric backup. The vacuum tube collectors seem to be one of the latest innovations in this technology. Using phase change materials temperatures in these panels can be produced in excess of 400 deg F. and they are useful in colder temps and on cloudy days. While they are still costly for many applications, I have been discussing the use of vacuum tube collectors with the owner of a laundrymat. Solar thermal will not pay back as well as conservation in many cases of older construction, but it currently seems better than photovoltaic panels. Solar thermal requires more understanding of systems and relative efficiencies. In one way solar thermal is more like the electric car while the internal combusion engine is like photovoltaic. The idea of producing electricity from the sun is a sexier idea. It is also more in line with our paridigm of: just producing lots of energy and to H with any conservation efforts. For that reason it seems to get more press.
- Q:how much money do solar panels cost?
- In the US, the average electric cost $.5/kw-hr. $2500 means you are using 6700 Kw-hr/month or 550 kw-hr/day. Since solar panel only make peak kw for about 5 hours per day (in sunny places like (AZ) you will need a 0 kw system. Solar systems cost about $7/watt so your system will cost about $750,000. The government my pay for about $250,000, so be prepared to spend one half a million dollars. You will also spend about $250/month on maintenance of the system. The system will lose about %/year of it's efficiency, so the system will be paid for in 240 months, or 20 years. With in 5 years after the system is paid for, they will have to be replaced, the cost will be another 2 million dollars.
- Q:Is there a free solar panel program for veterans?
- Guide okorder.com
- Q:Air conditioner 25 volt 5 amps: how many solar panels and batteries to run 24/7?
- It would just be cheaper to run the power lines back to the house but what ever you do DONT take electricity from the drop above the meter for free at night. That would be wrong! Lol sticking it to the man!
- Q:Can you overload solar panels with too much light?
- Solar panels have a upper temperature limit, and it's only a bit more than it would reach in a very bright sunny day near the equator. Start shining heat lamps on it and you will raise it past it's max temperature, and it will die. .
- Q:time till a solar panel pays itself off?
- I have a small system and do not make enough to sell back (no batteries) so it was less than 7 years BUT when you are talking about putting the initial in to a high yield div account and comparing it then I would say it took only 4 years to pay for because I was invested like many others with the capital it would have taken to get a large system and that investment LOST money while my solar pays for itself every year bit by bit. With systems now more efficient and rebates bigger and the investment alternatives not any better it is an easy choice.
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