Mono panel JAM6(R) 72 315W

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JAM6(R)72 305-325W FULL SQUARE MONOCRYSTALLINE SILICON MODULE

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Full square monocrystalline modules designed for commercial and solar farm grid-tied applications.

high power output and highest conversion effciency of 16.77%

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:Do I need to run a ground form my solar panel?
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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:is it feasible to create a solar panel that could harness more of the suns energy than what they can now?
No, it's not possible to make solar panels that suck in photons like a magnet. In current physics, the only way to do that would be to make a near-black-hole-like structure that sucks photons in due to its high gravity. Not only would that be prohibitively expensive and currently technologically impossible, it would destroy its surrounding area. Edit: idlenesss - My whole point is that increasing the photons-per-area is currently impossible, and that's what the question was about.
Q:Recycling Solar Panels?
It looks like you can. Although, I haven't been able to find like a drop off location or anything like that. Here's two phone numbers if you want to ask them. It's Sunday, and I'm assuming they're closed, otherwise I'd just call for you. San Diego (69) 562-783 or Berkeley (50) 843-3. It's a company called Borrego Solar. They look like a BIG solar company that specializes in commercial, residential and public sector turnkey, grid–connected solar electric systems. With over 25 years of experience. They sound like they would know about recycling, and at least be able to give you more information. I think because it's such a specialized item that is being recycled, there aren't going to be many options/drop off locations. Which ever option you choose (disassemble, or recycle as a whole) might depend on if you're looking to save the environment or make a buck. I got some information from the first link below, and the second link is to that Borrego company.
Q:How do passive trackers work (for solar panels)?
It appears to be relying upon a phase change of liquid to gas to liquid to balance the system and return it to the east in the morning.
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Q:How much energy does it take to make, install, and eventually dispose of a solar panel?
At present the technology to create silicon solar cells is incredibly energy intensive. It is not logical to compare the cost of oil to the cost of a solar cell because they are not priced according to energy input. Oil has a strong advantage in that it is concentrated solar and geothermal chemical energy that has accumulated over millions of years. The price of oil does not reflect its energy content, but the cost to retreive it. Electrical energy used to produce a Photovoltaic cell is not priced in any proportion to oil. By some calculations it will take about 50,000 KWh of energy produced by the PV cell before it can recover the energy used to manufacture it.
Q:What is the anatomy of a solar panel?
You've probably seen calculators that have solar cells -- calculators that never need batteries, and in some cases don't even have an off button. As long as you have enough light, they seem to work forever. You may have seen larger solar panels -- on emergency road signs or call boxes, on buoys, even in parking lots to power lights. Although these larger panels aren't as common as solar powered calculators, they're out there, and not that hard to spot if you know where to look. There are solar cell arrays on satellites, where they are used to power the electrical systems. You have probably also been hearing about the solar revolution for the last 20 years -- the idea that one day we will all use free electricity from the sun. This is a seductive promise: On a bright, sunny day, the sun shines approximately ,000 watts of energy per square meter of the planet's surface, and if we could collect all of that energy we could easily power our homes and offices for free.
Q:Are solar panels actually efficient?
There is not a yes or no answer. But for the majority of the population it is a definite no. Because the energy needed to make a solar panel is more than the energy that a solar panel can return in its life time. so No for cities and urbanized areas because there is already existing infrastructure therefore you'll be wasting more energy getting them installed. And it is better and more efficient to have the more common energy sources for populated areas. However that being said it would be more efficient if you live in a remote area as it would not be worth it to build a huge electricity grid just to power one small house in the middle of no where.
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