Mono 190W Solar Photovoltaic Panel Solar Photovoltaic Panel CE TUV UL CERTIFICATE

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Mono 190W Solar Photovoltaic Panel Solar Photovoltaic Panel CE TUV UL CERTIFICATE,this is a kit for business and industry area. this product is a higer output version with stable power and we gurantee you for 10 years.            


suggestid application


Solar Power Plant, Solar House 

business field

industry factory



Product features


180W~195Woutput under standard conditions

Output Voltage 36V, suitable for 24V power system

Can fully charge up a 12V 7.2AH battery within 4~6 hours

Poly-crystallize Solar Cells from Taiwan or Germany

Product life over 25 years

Resistance to fluctuations of temperature, humidity and strong wind

Manufactured under IEC61215 Solar Photovoltaic Panel requirements




Individual carton box for solar panel

2 solar modules in a carton

A carton board separates two solar panel

For LCL goods, we use bulk carton box or wooden boxes





Mono 190W Solar Photovoltaic Panel Solar Photovoltaic Panel CE TUV UL CERTIFICATE

Mono 190W Solar Photovoltaic Panel Solar Photovoltaic Panel CE TUV UL CERTIFICATE


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Q:Solar Panel Voltage Question?
yes, i suggest u connect in parallel
Q:Using a solar panel to make energy?
Small solar panels produce almost no power that matters to anything. A whole square meter may produce 80 Watts when facing the noon sun in Arizona. take that down to 28 Watts in Erie Pa. The 80 Watts can charge a 2 volt battery at about 8 amps times 6 hours, or 48 Amp hours per day in Arizona or perhaps 5 amp hours/day in Erie. The amount of energy you can save declines as the battery is more charged so you need to use up the power stored before you have more to save. To do that charging you need a circuit that will carry 8 amps, including a voltage regulator. So, if your circuit can stand 20 amps the person in Arizona can run 2 square meters of panel. It may seem strange but the same is true for the person in Erie. The person in Erie has to allow for the maximum output of the panel, not the expected average. The person in Erie will occasionally have really clear skies and put out maximum rated amps. The amperage that the batteries can put out at maximum should not be used. That will destroy the battery. One puts a breaker on each output circuit to protect the circuit and a breaker that limits battery output to 20 amps based on a battery rated at 800 amps. That 800 amps is surge capacity. One or two panels does not really justify having this capacity for battery and circuitry. I can think of using it to provide an emergency LED lighting system.
Q:solar panel??????????????
You Basically, I wanted to do the same as you but didn't know how. I found this book and it showed me exactly how to do it and for a cheap price too! It's a good guide if you want to save a bunch of money on electricity bills. I highly recommend it.
Q:who knows about tax credits for solar panels?
Q:Can you make a solar panel shift sideways?
having solar panels move like that on a mobile platform is inadvisable -- especially if there is a dynamic wind load resulting from the motion of the mobile platform. Even having a tilt mechanism is dubious at best. think of what limited marginal gain would be gained by mounting a small solar panel on the moon roof of a car. (ultimately, the best answer is to turn the car so that it's angle to the sun is optimal -- but the road/travel direction constraints are what ultimately prohibit that.) while there are ways to build sliding panels, the weight constraints would interfere with your weight/thrust ratios to the point of futility. if you really need that panel somewhere else, don't slide it out of the way, just buy another panel and mount it there. it's more expensive, but it's actually the cheapest solution in terms of design on a mobile platform.
Q:Do I need to run a ground form my solar panel?
Q:Solar Panels power help?
You have to look carefully at your battery choice. If you use lead-acid, use only the sealed type. Then you need to select a battery charger that is tailored to that battery type. If you want to run 700 watts for 6 hours, that is 0kwhrs. A 200 watt panel will take 50 hours to charge that, probably more like 70 to allow for losses. Even is S CA you don't get 70 hours of sun per day. Even for 3 hours of nite use, that still needs 25 hours of sun. So you need much more than a 200 watt panel. Bottom line, you need to calculate your needs much more carefully. PS, 700 watts is very large. Check it. Are you using all that stuff at the same time?
Q:how fast does a 25watt solar panel generate power to a battery?
To figure our how many you need, take a look at your power bill. It will tell you how many kilowatt/hours you used during the month. My bill says I use about 2000 kilowatt/hours per month, or about 2000 kwh /30 days=67 kw/h hours per day. That is 67,000 watt hours. To supply that with solar panels, you have to generate at least 67,000 watt hours, but you don't have a full day to do it, since you have to do it while the sun is up. So you put the energy into batteries during the day, so you can use it at night. A 25 watt panel generates about 25 watts when fully illuminated by the sun. If you fully illuminate it for an hour, you get 25 watt hours. If you get 2 hours of sunlight a day, that would seem to imply that I need 67000 watt hours/25 watts /2 hours=45 panels. But for most of the day, the sun isn't hitting the panel fully, so it isn't going to generate the full 25 watts. When the sun is 45 degrees to the side, you only get about 70%. When the sun is 60 deg to the side, you only get 50%. And what do you do on cloudy days? And the shorter days in the winter? To make up for this, you have to increase the number of panels to make up for the loss. So in reality, I might need double this number of panels, for realiable solar power throughout the year. That works out to about 90 panels, or ,250 watts worth for my house.
Q:How to build a small SOLAR PANEL that will light a 60 watt light bulb?
I don't have any practical experience building solar panel arrays to power a given device, but allow me to make this observation. Solar cells, when exposed to sunlight, will each generate a given amount of power (watts), and by wiring these in series, you will increase the wattage. Now, a panel three feet square will give you a certain amount of power, provided all the cells are wired correctly in series, and it may not provide enough juice to light the bulb. You can work around this by adding a step-up transformer (which takes the incoming power and boosts it to the desired level for output, with no moving parts). Voila! You've illuminated your bulb. I will admit, though, you'll have to do some math to determine what you need. A search on the Web will help you find the formulae and other information you'll require. Good luck.
Q:SunPower Solar Panels?
You should get the highest efficiency at the lowest price. Typically, the Sunpower brand panels have the industry best 23% efficiency depending on the model. You have to look at the specification very closely and if you don't see it, ask. There are two types of solar cells Polycrystalline and Monocrystalline. Polycrystalline cells are inferior to Monocrystalline. You will also see that different kinds of panels have different output voltages.Since you will be wiring your panels together and connecting them to either a power inverter or a charge controller (if you have battery backup), you need to make sure the panels and controller work together for maximum efficiency. Be very careful when engaging an installer especially when they are trying to sell you the equipment too. Mostly, these are not engineers and you will end up with whatever they have in stock without regard for the most optimal design.

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