Monocrystalline silicon solar panel(CR035M-CR050M)

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High-efficient solar cells
High transmissivity low-iron toughened glass
Anodized aluminum frame
Water resistant junction box
Design to meet unique demand of customer
25 year poweroutput warranty

the Monocrystalline silicon solar panels of this series(CR035M-CR050M) are ranged as follows:

CR035M, CR040M, CR045M, CR050M,

of which

cell dimension:125mm*125mm

number of celles and connections: 36(4*9)

panel dimension: 630*540*35(mm)

per weight: 4.4KG

junction box type: PV-GZX0502

cable and asymmetrical lengths: NANYANG(2.5MM2), 300mm(-)and 300mm(+)

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Q:0W solar panel can use on what?
0w Solar Panel Kit
Q:Parts needed to build a solar panel?
You're missing a few assumptions: - where on the globe? - how well is your house insulated, how do you plan to heat/cool your house? - why do you insist on power wasting appliances like plasma screens? Usually, unless it's absolutely impossible, a grid-tie-in system is much better than an insular system. You could use the grid to 'store' electricity for those times when the sun isn't shining and as fall-back if your yield isn't quite as good as you calculated. With the battery system, you'll have to specify your reliability requirements. If you want a 00% guarantee that you'll always have electricity, even if the sun is not shining for a week longer than you've planned according to the past weather history of your area, you'll either have to ridiculously oversize your battery (and panel) system, or plan for some sort of backup system anyway. Finally, if you're really planing such a system, you might want to take a look at the fridges and freezers used on sailboats: these use a eutectic cold accumulator, i.e. you 'charge' the fridge when the engine is running (or the sun is shining) and it'll then keep the temperature for another ~2...35 (professional systems) hours.
Q:Solar Power...........?
The guy put solar panels on a Datsun.
Q:Are you a solar panel specialist?
Yes and No. I'm hardly a 'genius' or 'specialist' but I have built a couple solar panels on my own. They're actually pretty easy to construct and you can find all of the materials at your local hardware store. Each panel cost me about $60 to make. Solar technology is jumping by leaps and bounds, becoming more and more efficient :photo voltaic cells, for example. Solar energy is a viable energy source, that's for certain.
Q:Can one benefit from solar panels?
Solar panels are very effective ways to collect, store, and use energy. However at this time they still are not incredibly cost effective. People scream and shout about being green, however being green needs to be practical. If an electric bill costs triple what you pay now just for being green that seems like crap to me. It kind of reminds me of organic food. (If labeled organic and 99 cent item costs 5 bucks.) The sad thing is if only solar panels were massed produced they could be a method for collection of electricity. However currently they are only used either for demonstration purposes or scientific use. Mankind way of thinking about energy needs to change before this can be seriously seen as a method of energy.
Q:solar panels on the house?
Solar okorder.com/
Q:Are solar panels actually efficient?
Solar panels currently hook into the electric grid through a rectifier. If you were not into the grid, you would have a battery bank to use at night time. Wind works the same way, rectifier, and battery bank if you are not connected. There are communities in Europe that are wholly powered by solar now. There are computers that direct the panels into the direct sunlight for maximum efficiency. Look for them to be coming to your neighborhood soon.
Q:will a 5v 52watt solar panel charge four 2c dv 55ah batteries?
I don't think so, but if it did, it would take a very long time. You need enough wattage or amps to push the power in the battery and 3w may not be enough. You would be better off with a small 2v battery, maybe the type they use for emergency lights. I would use a sealed battery for this type of setup because car batteries are designed for heavy charging with alternators from 60 amps and up.
Q:How to wire solar panels?
You will have to wire them in such a way that provides the battery with the optimal voltage for it to charge, which on a car 2v battery is around 4v. You said you have some background in electronics so this shouldnt be too difficult. You can connect them straight to the battery yes. Like you said, I believe a power inverter from 2VDC to 0VAC would work just fine. PS3 pulls a lot lot lot of current though so it probably wouldnt last too long. Look up the specs for PS3 and see how many amps it is pulling and purchase your inverter based off of that. I remember trying to run an xbox in my car one time and the inverter I had didnt work because of that. Be careful working with batteries, I had one explode in my face about a month ago.. scariest moment of my life! Good luck!
Q:can I easily build my own solar panels for my home?
Sure you can build your own solar panels, people do it all the time, especially with the efficiency of PV technology accelerating. How much you spend on a system depends on how much work you are willing to do for yourself, and how much and how efficiently you consume power. You can go all the way from high-end prefab installs that will run about $50 grand to fill the energy needs for an average 3/2 suburban home. You can buy kits and install them yourself, that cuts your price down quite a lot. You can purchase the components and put together a system yourself really cheaply. You can save even more money if you buy stuff used. You could actually build solar photovoltaic panels yourself, but it is a serious pain in the behind, you will need to use copper sheets and some highschool chemistry and do a lot of experimenting, and even if you do it right you definitly won't be able to replicate the power output available in manufactured silicone photovoltaic cells. So I say don't even bother. To get an idea of what a PV system for your local area might put out, use the PV-WATTS calculator at the government Renewable Resource Data Center. To learn how to build home solar energy systems, there's a lot of good free information online.

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