Monocrystalline panel JAM5 (L)(BK) 72 210W

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JAM5 (L)(BK) 72 210W MONOCRYSTALLINE SILICON MODULE

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Aesthetically apealing design with black frame and backsheet especially suited for rooftop and utility applications.

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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Monocrystalline panel JAM5 (L)(BK) 72 210W

Monocrystalline panel JAM5 (L)(BK) 72 210W

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1.Can you offer the test report of the module?

 A:Sure. All the solar modules must pass necessary tests including EL test and ultra-red test and other visual test of the appearance, and the test report presents all the detailed data of the modules.

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A:It depends on the solar system where  you want to put into use the solar modules. We have experienced engineers to design for your order and you need to give more information to fix the details.

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Solar panels produce electricity. This one isn't very good. $500 for only 80W with such a large panel? It doesn't even come with a battery (car battery) If you're thinking of something to try and run your house off of, you'll need somewhere between 2 to 24 of these panels, plus a voltage converter and other equipment to connect it into the electrical system in your house. If you want something to help charge a cellphone, I guess this would work - if you could get the electrical connections set up properly - but it's still awfully expensive and won't give you a return on investment for somewhere between 5 to 20 years - by which time the panel will need to be replaced, and we'll (hopefully!) have more efficient panels available.
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Q:Can I use a 250 watt solar panel to power a medium sized upright fridge?
Solar panel alone? No. With the appropriate storage system and inverter, perhaps. You will need to do the calculation - as follows: In a solar day that averages about eight hours, you will generate about 67% of your rated output over those 8 hours. That means you will have made 340 watts. Your refrigerator will run for about four (4) hours per day on average if you are very careful about opening and closing. If you have a 400-watt (average-when-running) fridge, you will have a small cushion that will be absorbed by inverter losses, charger losses and so forth. So, with an adequate set of storage batteries, a good charger and a good inverter, you just might be able to operate that small fridge. No icemaker, no other power drains. But, two 250-watt panels would be better.
Q:How big of a solar panel system would I need to get ?
First find out from your electric company whether they allow grid tie systems. IF so then they can help you figure out what you need.
Q:so what do you all think about solar panels? are they worth it?
Solar panels can be worth it but it is more complex issue than that. It will always be more efficient to add insulation, change to high efficiency lights, more efficient appliances, etc, first to try and save energy. However, if you have done all of that and you have a south facing area whee they could be mounted and you live in an area with a decent amount of sun, then they could pay off. I have no experience myself with Solar City, but I know from word of mouth they are good. I can recommend from first hand experience REC Solar. I have 20 of their panels on my south facing roof. They have a leasing deal or a deal where you buy the system outright (which is what I did) but for less than you might think. I'd be glad to help you if you had any other questions.
Q:Do homemade solar panels really work?
The technology of the solar panels is way beyond any DIY project. You can buy pre-assembled panels and install them, but you also need the devices to make the DC they generate into the AC your home needs. Also you will need the batteries for the nights and the times when the sun does not shine. Solar/ photo voltaic generation does work but is not a cost effective way to reduce your reliance on the electrical grid as of this time. They cost 2 arms and a leg, and take many years to come close to break even on the electrical savings. Do a search on the amount of power each panel will generate and then compute how much power you need and what the costs are. I believe in solar power, but not for an individual residence is it practical. Good luck.
Q:Solar panel power question?
The specifications you give say the solar panel produces 5 watts at 2 volts (DC) so that isn't enough voltage to power an ordinary (20-volt) light bulb. You could get 0 of these panels and connect them in series so they put out a total of 20 volts and the total power available would be 50 watts. The panels would light the bulb that way, provided the bulb isn't over 50 watts and you can afford the panels. A panel does provide enough power for a 2-volt car light bulb less than 5 watts. However, the maximum current you can get from these panels is .25 amperes (5 watts divided by 2 volts = .25 A.) This isn't enough power to run your pump which takes 6.5 amperes - at 20 volts, that would be 780 watts. Another thing to check is the pump motor; many electric motors are designed to run on AC only and will be damaged if you try to run DC through them. Remember solar panels produce DC so the raw output from a panel will not work on an AC motor.
Q:Making solar panels bad for the environment?
Like any other materials, solar panels need to be manufactured. These components are usually imported, they use energy to produce and transport. However, once you install solar panels, they need little or no maintenance (except cleaning to maintain efficiency) and they use no other resources to produce power. Over their lifespan, they'll produce more energy than was used to be made, so on the whole good for the environment.
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