Monocrystalline Silicon 205w Solar Module

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As a solar brandoriginated from America (USA) with production bases in USA, China, Taiwan andVietnam, Amerisolar is taking more competitive strategies based on its Leading Technology, High Quality, No Anti-dumping Tariff prices and worldwide Door-to-Doorlogistics services.

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We are a high-tech group wich specializes in solar products design,research, manufacture, sales,solar projects design and installation.
Our national sales service covers seven parts, including northeast, north, east, middle, south, northwest and southwest, international sales covers five continents and over forty countries, including Germany, Italy, Spain, France, America and Brazil etc.
Our present annual capacity is 6 million for wafer, 60MWp for solar cells,200MWp for solar modules and one hundred thousand for solar applications. It is expected that the annual capacity of 2012 will be up to 30 million for wafer, 300MWp for solar cells, 1000MW for solar modules and 2 million for solar applications.
We now provide Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Module;Thin Film Solar Module;Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module

 

Monocrystalline Silicon 205w Solar Module

 

 

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Also you can look for INSOLATION TABLES on the Internet. Keep in mind, though, that the useful output of a solar system that produces AC will be somewhat less than the theoretical value. Local conditions, orientation of the modules, dust on modules, wire resistance losses and efficiency of inverters will drag down the true output. My 6 kW system produces just over 4 kW at optimum sun height.
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Q:How do Solar Panels work?
Light consists of small packets of energy called photons. When photons with sufficient energy strike the photocell its energy is converted into electrical energy which is stored in the batteries as dc voltage. To run a TV an invertor is used which converts dc to ac. Now you can make a block diagram of it and present it TC
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Q:Why solar panels are expensive?
Supply and demand, my friend.

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