Prices for pv Solar Panels (305W Solar Module) with 310W Solar Panel Certification TUV
Mono 305w Panel Certificated with TUV,IEC,CEC,CE and so on.
Solar Panel Mechanical Characteristics
Mono Crystalline 156×156mm(6 inch)
No. of Cells
Solar Panel Component Element
3.2mm, High Transmission, Low Iron, Tempered Glass
Anodized Aluminum Alloy Type 6063-T5
IP 65 Rated (Black)
TUV 1×4mm2, length:900mm
MC4(UV resistance and self-locking/IP67)
White TPT(0.32±0.03mm thickness)
Solar Panel Specifications
Maximum Power at STC (Pmax)
Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp)
Maximum Power Current (Imp)
Open-circuit Voltage (Voc)
Short-circuit Current (Isc)
Module Efficiency (%)
Operating Temperature( °C )
Maximum System Voltage(V)
DC 1000V(TUV) / DC600V(UL)
Maximum Rated Current Series(A)
Temperature Coefficients of Pmax
Temperature Coefficients of Voc
Temperature Coefficients of Isc
STC: Irradiance 1000W/M2 Module Temperature: 25°C AM=1.5
Solar Panel Warranty
10-year warranty on product material and processing technology
Industry power output warranty: 90% in 12 years, 80% in 25 years
Solar Panel Packing Configuration
How the Solar Panel Works
I.Will you focus on the safety of the goods during transportation?
Yes, Safety of the cargo is the primary element that we would consider on transportation.
II..How would guarantee the quality will meet the requirements of your clients?
Before shipment, we will have inspection for each batch of goods.
III..What certificates do you have?
IV..Can you do OEM according to clients’ requirements?
Yes, we have our own brand while we can provide OEM service.
- Q:How much energy does this particular solar panel produce?
- Some great answers 23 max watts is per hour I live in an area that has 5.5 average sun hours per the solar insolation data which would give me a base of 676 watts produced per day for one panel. That 23 watts is most likely STC or standard test conditions which is far from standard it is ideal 70 degrees Farenheit with a 000 set flash PTC or physical test conditions are not always on labels and are not always accurate because of varied conditions. Heat has a huge factor on PV production. The panels should be derated by for the following reason ampacity correction or line loss Temperature correction PTC correction Inverter loss these corrections account for about 5 % on standard panels Our 676 watts per day has been dropped to 574 watts per day per panel Lets start with the light bulb. a standard 60 watt bulb uses 60 watts per hour. With the one panel we have chosen it would produce 5 hours and 45 minutes of illumination If we switch to a 5w CFL we get 38 and one half hours of illumination quite a difference yes Central Air will use about 2000 to 2500 watts per hour.This rule is not hard and fast as units will vary as well as conditions Lets use 2000 per hour times 8 hours of use is 6,000 watts we need 28 panels just for the ac. Probably another 28 for the rest of the house Of course these panel must be true south at 5 degrees mounted With a years worth of electric bills and a site visit I could come allot closer but lets say you need 60 of these panels this system would provide 973kHw per month at my location of 5.5 sun hours per day This would be a grid tied system as most state rebates require a grid tied system to qualify for rebates
- Q:How much does 000 square feet of solar panels cost?
- My Father-in-Law had around 300sqft of solar panels installed for the equivalent of around £3000 or $5000. These were just the cheap and relatively inefficient black plastic tubes that were installed on his roof. This was in South Africa where the labour rates are quite cheap. The system works okay and heats a 40ft x 20ft outdoor pool to over 30C in the height of summer. Rather than a pool heater, I think it might be good to look at an air source heat pump to help heat the water in Autumn/Winter when you don't get enough sun to heat the pool. These will be expensive (over $5000), but they will use less than 30% of the electricity of a standard electric water heater. Just the solar panels could cost you $5-20K including fitting.
- Q:cost of solar panels?
- It all depends on where you live and who you get them installed by.
- Q:Cost of a solar panel?
- Today the lowest cost is more like $3 a watt. And you need to shop well to get it that cheap. The solar industry hopes to drive the cost down to $ a watt with the new thin film technology, but production volumes are still too low with that new technology for the market prices to come down. Their goal is to hit $ a watt within 5 years.
- Q:Can I use a 250 watt solar panel to power a medium sized upright fridge?
- Well you might reduce your bills, but you wont get your capital back for many years. Do you have LED lighting, I have, every-time one of my compact flourescent bulbs blew I would replace it with an LED, after two years most of my lighting is LED, a good investment I think. What devices do you have, heating and cooking is better with gas (much cheaper) Think about better insulation for wintertime.
- Q:How do solar panel power systems work?
- There are two kinds of solar panel power systems, one is on-grid solar power system, the other is off-grid solar power system. The on-grid solar power system: the solar panel convert sunlight into DC electric, and the DC electric is converted into AC electric by inverter, one part supply for the household load, the other supply to power grid. The off-grid solar power system: the solar panel convert sunlight into DC electric, and charge for the battery or supply for the DC load by controller, if have AC load, it need a inverter to convert DC into DC.
- Q:How to hook up a Solar Panel To a single outlet?
- That solar panel puts out about amp (in round numbers). If you are talking about a 20vac outlet, you'll have to send the output of the solar panel through an inverter. That brings it up to 20vac. 20 watts at 20 volts means you'll only be able to draw 0.6667 amps. With an inverter at 85% efficiency, you'll only get about 0.4 amps. That would barely light a CFL. 20 watts of power at 7 volts = amp (in round numbers) 20 watts of power at 20vac = 0.6667 amp (in round numbers) Power (watts) = current x voltage. If you increase voltate, you must decrease current to get the same watts. Watts is the common denominator in power measurement.
- Q:Solar Panels heat absorption?
- solar panel just suit the sunshine.because it has big light intensity . it can make solar panel produce electric charger.
- Q:Need Large solar panels. ?
- Larger solar arrays are made by grouping more solar panels together. There are no large solar panels. They are all about the same size. Do an internet search on solar photovoltaic panels, and you will get hundreds of hits from on line companies that sell them. Most have a sales consultant you can e-mail who will help you decide what you need.
- Q:Amount of solar panels needed to run a/c and pool pump?
- Solar panels are not going to be able to run a pool pump 24/7. They will only produce their rated electricity for 4 to 8 hours a day. For the balance you will need a grid connection or a battery backup. Running the AC would require different power levels depending upon humidity, outside temperature levels, solar gain for the house, and insulation levels. An underground house in Maine will be much easier to AC than a Glass house in Arizona. First find the power requirements. If you had the existing equipment they will have a label with the power requirements or the minimum breaker required if nothing else. For example the pool pump may require a 0 amp 240 breaker while the AC may require a 30 amp 240 breaker. That would be 2400 watts for the pump and (30 x 240) 7200 watts for the AC or a total of 9.6kW each hour of operation. (max) You will next need to find the rated capacity of the solar panels. If each panel were rated at 300 watts then you would need 32 panels for the daytime use and perhaps more to fill in a battery backup. All the numbers are very rough estimates.
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