Mono Module 60W 65W Grade A Panels 25 years warranty

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Shanghai
Payment Terms:
TT or LC
Min Order Qty:
1 watt
Supply Capability:
100000000000 watt/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Description:

 

CNBM Solar  is a world-leading and Vertical integrated manufacturer of high-performance with Silicon,

Wafer, Cells, Modules, which convert sunlight into electricity for residential, commercial, and utility-scale

power generation.

        

The capacity of CNBMSolar  is reach to 1GW, and make sure each year our shipment capacity is more

Than 700-800MWs, at the same time, we have set up the largest solar power station with our partner

in Ukraine.

       

CNBM is a Quality + Service oriented company with“Excellence at Each Step” approach, composed of

the finest components from TUV and IEC-certified partners around the world, CNBM modules consistently

undergo a variety of trials at the company’s Test & Development Centre, ensuring peak performance

capabilities. The company is committed to develop and provide the world with clean and renewable energy

to ease the energy shortages as well as human kind’s impact on the environment.

Data:

Mono Module 60W 65W Grade A Panels 25 years warranty

Mono Module 60W 65W Grade A Panels 25 years warranty

Mono Module 60W 65W Grade A Panels 25 years warranty

FAQ:What's your products' warranty ?

No less than 90% within 10yrs and no less
than 80% within 25yrs

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:Does anyone know a good company to buy solar panels from?
Wow. This is a big question. First, are you in the United States? If so, then I would look at a couple of web sites. First, I would look at joining ASES - the American Solar Energy Society. (Actually, I'd do this whether or not you were in the US) Their magazine will have ads and directorys and so forth for panel manufacturers, inverter manufacturers, rack vendors, metering companies, etc. At the very least, their web site will give you numerous links to popular panel manufacturers. Right now, it can be difficult to get panels in the US. My buying agent can't promise us a significant number of panels until at least late this coming fall. And prices are going up due to a silicon shortage at the moment. Still, you could probably get your hands on small quantities. You just might not be able to choose exactly which manufacturer you want. Also, I'd look into getting NABCEP certification. This is the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners. They provide a referral service for people looking for solar installers, and they may have a net work of members that could help get you started. Good luck!
Q:why aren't solar panels for your house more affordable?
Depending on where you live, the combination of federal, state and city tax credits and rebates can offset the cost of solar panels substantially. Even so, unless you use a lot of electricity, it may take a few years for the panels to pay for themselves. You are essentially paying for your electricity in advance. The more you use and the more it costs per kW/hr, the quicker the cost will be offset by the savings. Don't install solar panels on a home you're renting or one that you will likely sell in the next few years. It's not practical to un-install them and move them to a new house. Energy conservation is the way to cut your enery bills with the lowest up front cost. If you haven't had an energy audit, see if your energy provider does them at low or no cost. Install timers on air conditioner thermostats. If you have electric water heating, have a timer installed on that as well. Water heating is one of the biggest energy wasters out there. Why keep the whole tank of water hot when you only use it in the morning to shower? If you have your heart set on having solar panels but can't afford the upfront cost, research the companies that do installations in your area. Some have lease and lease/purchase options now.
Q:How to build a solar panel?
Lowe's has some good plans, i built one using a 4'x8' sheet of foam in a box 6 tall cut grooves in the foam paint it with Black latex paint put a inlet and outlet at opposite ends of the box 4 in dia cover the box with a clear sheet of plastic put a screen over the hole in the top a duct in the bottom with a fan hooked to a temp switch , [hint a fan limit switch out of an old furnace works ] run the fan duct in to the house
Q:how to power a 400 watt heater with solar panels and batteries?
well, you need to produce 3200 watt-hours per day with your solar panels how many you need depends on the type of panel and size and how much sun you get (the energy of the rays depends on your latitude and the time of year) the amount of batteries you need again depends on your requirements and your insolation if you only need to heat when the sun is shining then you don't need any batteries at all if you want to heat for 8 hours after the sun has quit shining then you obviously need batteries to hold 3200 watt-hrs of electricity to actually size a 3200+ watt-hr solar system you need a lot more information
Q:how do solar panels work?
Solar panels is built of the solar cells in it..these cells are typically made of paper thick Silicon or Germanium metal (called semiconductors).When light falls on these solar cells the energy recieved from the light (photons)is used to emit electrons due to the nature of semiconductor material. These electrons being of negative charge are attracted by opposite positive charges or there is current flow from cathode to anode on these cells.This small electric charge generated is used to store in the battery connected...more the number of solar cells more the electricity generated .
Q:can a l.e.d light power a solar panel?
Yes, shining light from a visible-light LED on a solar panel will cause the solar panel to generate electricity. There is a long-wavelength cutoff (probably in the near infrared) where photons from an infrared LED would not have sufficient energy per photon to excite the solar panel, no matter how bright the LED was. Of course the amount of electricity produced is a fraction of the power needed to power the LED. The best possible efficiency you could achieve under optimal conditions is about 30%. The typical optical power output of a single LED is around 0.3 Watt. The density of sunlight is such that the amount of sunlight falling on a 2 x .5 area perpendicular to the Sun's rays is about .3 Watts. So maybe you'd want a few LEDs, or a particularly bright LED to simulate sunlight. But you'll get something with one LED. A bright LED flashlight would work.
Q:Could you have a solar panel in space?
Absolutely. Many satellites and other spacecraft that have been launched throughout history carry solar panels to power themselves. The International Space Station alone has hundreds of square meters of solar panels. Transmitting the power from one place to another wirelessly is a bit more difficult, but not fundamentally impossible. So far we don't have any good technology to do it over long distances. But we're getting there. One proposed future source of power is 'solar power satellites', orbiting devices that would collect sunlight and turn it into a microwave laser that would be fired down to the Earth and collected in a giant dish kind of like a radio telescope. The idea is that this would be non-polluting, environmentally friendly, reliable, would help to boost investment in space technologies, and wouldn't take up the large amounts of land area required for traditional solar power. However, some people have argued that it is a bad idea on the basis that if the laser accidentally missed the dish, and came down in an inhabited area, it might cause human fatalities or damage to the environment or human artifacts.
Q:What is so great about solar panels ?
Solar panels saves energy (electricity) because the power comes straight from the sun and stuff
Q:how much does solar panels cost for you home?
Although its costs have been going down a little, solar power is still pretty expensive. To power a home you are looking at at between $8000 to $20,000 dollars (it will eventually pay for itself). There are systems that tie into the existing local power supply so that you have the city's power for back up (note: most power companies will buy electricty from you if you make more than you use). Then, of course, there are stand alone systems that operate without anyother power source (these are best for use in a place where electric lines aren't available or practical).
Q:where to buy solar panels?
Do a web search for solar panels Charlotte NC.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range