Mono panel JAM6 48 200W

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JAM6 48 200-220W MONOCRYSTALLINE SILICON MODULE

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monocrystalline modules designed for residential and utility applications,rooftop or ground mount.

the latest module manufacturing technology,high power output and highest conversion effciency of 16.39%

Anti-reflective and anti-soiling surface reduces power loss from dirt and dust;

outstanding prformance in low-light irradiance environments;

excellent mechanical load resistance:certified to wothstand high wind loads (2400pa)and snow loads(5400pa)

high salt and ammonia resistance certified by TUV NORD

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Q:solar panels and how they work
There is a variety of information available on the internet regarding solar panels. You didn't say if you were interested in installing a photo-voltaic system to generate electricity, or if you wanted a passive solar system. From what I've read, the method that would give you the greatest payback for your investment is the passive solar heater. I can't give you exact instructions on how to construct one of these units, but there are many websites with instructions. My older brother had one of these mounted on his old farmhouse. He said his furnace didn't run all day during the cold Wisconsin winters. The government rebates or tax credits are usually a one time deal. They may pay for part of your installation, but they won't cover the whole cost. The only thing I've heard of that will pay you every year is a wind generator tied into the electric grid, but thats another posting. I'm including a link to a site that will show you how to build a cheap solar heater that you can try yourself.
Q:Are Solar Panels worth it in Southern California?
There are several factors to consider when looking into solar power for your house. If you want to replace your use of utility electricity with solar power for say a 500 - 2000 square foot home then the system will cost you at least $30000 - $50000 to install. You will also have the maintenance issue of your storage batteries, panels, and inverter which will eventually wear out over time. So lets say we have an optimistic price of $30000 for a whole house system (this would be really cheap), dividing this by your yearly consumption would give you the amount of years it would take for the expenditure to pay for itself (not counting maintenance which could be costly). The payoff would be about 25 years, so all things remaining equal, I would say that it is a bad investment. Solar panels as they are manufactured today do not have a very long life span. They will greatly decrease in efficiency after several years and will most likely need to be replaced in 0 years. The panels themselves are the greatest expense. You could problably find better ways to make/save more money by investing $30000 - $50000 somewhere else IMHO. Solar technology is still not at the point where it is profitable in the sense you are thinking about. Unless of course, there are huge tax incentives for you or large rebate programs through your local utility, but you would have to do the math on that as well. If you are thinking small as in a couple panels to supplement your utility electric, the above still applies as well. In fact will it take longer to recoup the cost of a smaller setup. Hope this helps!
Q:Polycrystalline solar panels are good or single crystal solar energy is good
Pre-monocrystalline silicon solar cell photoelectric conversion efficiency of about 15%, the highest reached 24%, which is all types of solar cells in the photoelectric conversion efficiency of the highest, but the production cost is so large that it can not be a large number of extensive And commonly used.
Q:how to make your own solar panels ?
There are several things you’re going to need when making a homemade solar panel, some of the main components include: Solar Cells Wood Plate Soldering Iron Solder Tabbing Don’t worry; special tools are not required for this DIY ‘solar panel’ project, and you will probably have everything you need laying around the garage. and just bind them together.
Q:how to hook up solar panels to meter?
At best, you'll burn your house down. You could quite possibly loose your sight or your life. Let the pros do it.
Q:what are solar panels?
Solar Panels collect solar energy from the sun and then solar energy is used to produce electricity.
Q:Sizing solar PV panels?
75 amps @ 240VDC is 8,000 watts.
Q:highest known watt output for solar panels?
Those two requests are somewhat at odds with each other. Trina and Suntech make panels that are generally good value. You can search the web and find your best price. If this is for something that does not need to last long, you could get amorphous panels and save some money. But they will degrade quickly in a few months, then slowly over a few years.
Q:Are photovoltaics to do with solar panels?
Solar panels are a generic term for any type of solar collecting panel. There are two major types: Photovoltaic uses substances that turn the incoming radiation directly into electricity. Usually you have to have direct sunlight (no clouds) for this to work well. Solar thermal is also used in a lot of areas. Here the radiation is used to heat a circulating fluid (often water directly), and then that is either used directly, or it's used for heat exchange with a heat pump or a boiler system. Solar thermal can collect significant heat even on a cloudy day. So a solar panel could be made of photovoltaic panels, but it doesn't have to be.
Q:Were solar panels made by copying how plants collect sunlight?
No, although they both use the capture of energy from electrons excited to a higher state by sunlight, plants use enzymes (mostly chlorophyll) packed in chloroplasts; solar panels still largely use silicon. There are some companies exploring the use of a plant enzyme-based process since it's so much more efficient. The farthest they've gotten is using organic nanocrystal pigments instead of silicon crystals.

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