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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 100 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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OEM flexible solar pv panel --- Factory direct sale
OEM Flexible Solar PV Panel --- Factory Direct Sale
Flexible solar panel are designed to provide a powerful charging solution for batteries and conform to almost any surface. Unlike other 'flexible' products, these use high-efficiency monocrystalline cells that produce more power per square foot than any other flexible panel on the market. 
An impermeable lamination coats the entire module, allowing it to contour and flex against curved areas, eliminating any need for custom mounts. 
The panel can be affixed by adhesive or screw mounting options and grommets are an added bonus for ease-of-installation. The thin, lightweight module can also be sewn into canvas, making it a truly versatile solar module. 
The Solar Flex panels are aerodynamic and DURABLE - a virtually unbreakable solar battery charger for RVs, boats and long-haul trucks.

Module size (mm):535*1050
Cell Type125x125
Power tolerance:+/-3%
Nominal peak power(WP):100
Nominal voltage(V):17.6
Nominal current (A):5.68
Voltage temperature coefficient:-0.33%/°C
Current temperature coefficient:+0.05%/°C
Power temperature coefficient:-0.23%/°C
Open circuit voltage (Voc):20.8
Short cirsuit current(Isc):6.14
Conversion efficiency:20.41%
Operating temperature:-40 to+85°C
Max system voltage:1000V DC

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Q:what is the best way to go solar?
Both solar and wind production is largely a function of location. If you live in the southwest where the sun shines most days, maybe solar is an option. If you happen to live in one of the wind corridors, maybe wind is an option. Neither one will be as reliable and cheap as your grid power, though. Best is to concentrate on conservation of energy use.
Q:Need Solar Panel Guru.....?
Basically, the answer to your question is forget it. Your approx 8 tons of AC will require about 28 KW of electricity just to run them. Add the rest of the house requirements and your talking a load of 50KW or more. Even if your state has a subsidy program, (and most of them are out of money now), it's a $200,000. system. Making your own panels would be a mistake. Reliability and survival are the key measures for a panel system and homemade panels are just not going to be reliable enough to survive the cold winters. In the end, it is always cheaper to buy good, conservatively rated commercial panels, especially in view of the fact that prices have been tumbling lately. Often, the mounting, interface and conversion costs are greater than the cost of the panels themselves. You might save some bucks by fabricating a mounting framework yourself and installing it, but such a system would not qualify for most state programs and.... you had better be an expert architect or engineer to put together something that will work well. The basic problem after all of this is that your maximum demand will be at night and the panels put out nothing at night. Better to forget about a 00% solution. You can install a modest 0 - 20KW system for perhaps $50,000 costs after rebates and subsidies and perhaps ... it might cover about /4 of your energy needs and might just, pay the investment back in 0 to 5 years. Get first rate equipment and professional installation, if you want the system to perform reliably. Solar voltaics make a lot of sense for Arizona and perhaps Florida. For anyone north of the Mason Dixon line however, fossil fuels are cheap, reliable and work far better.
The the very first thing to comprehend is that there's not anything difficult approximately a sun panel. It is not anything greater than a number of sun or PV cells on a board that's outfitted to essentially the most suitable side of your dwelling, mostly at the roof. There are courses available in the market that educate you methods to construct a sun panel and a windmill for simply $a hundred and fifty, and it’s very handy to make. Best of all, you'll be able to keep 70% or extra for your vigour invoice, including as much as enormous quantities of greenbacks each and every yr in financial savings. I reviewed each unfastened courses and paid courses and feature arise with our most sensible to Build your possess sun panels.
Q:What is the best solar panel?
You have to decide which is more important to you, cost or efficiency. The most efficient solar panels that are commercially available cost more than twice as much per square foot than the cheapest ones. Ultimately, I believe that the cost per watt was actually better on the cheaper, least efficient panels, but then you need a lot of square footage in order to generate any substantial power. So it comes down to what you have more of, space or money. The new panels that collect a wider range of light are not currently available commercially, and when they are I am sure that they will be expensive. I have read the research but have not heard of anyone mass producing them yet.
Q:Connect Power Outlet to Solar Panel?
Most efficient manner would probably be to use solatubes, or sun tunnels during lighting hours, then replace the 500 watt lighting system (assuming it's incandescent) with LED's, that should give you about the same light output for around 00 watts or a little less even. Then you need a solar panel that can produce 00 watts for as long as you want (at a 00 watt lighting system) or 200 watts for /2 the time you want, etc, etc. Allow a good 0% or so for inverter inefficiencies, and 0% or so for reserve, so 20 watt's per 00 watts. After you have this, you will want a charging controller, a battery, or battery bank (These should at very least be deep-cycle, or better yet golf-cart batteries with series between 2, and parallel between banks of 2 for the 2-volt portion of the system), with enough amp-hours to support your system, plus a good 0% or so reserve, plus another 0% or so for inverter inefficiencies (remember the over sized solar panel above, this is why), than of course you also need a 2-volt DC to 20-volt AC, 60 Hz system (or 240 volt AC 50 Hz system, depending on your AC system) inverter.
Q:DIY solar panels for Gride tie?
Congratulations on your solar panel. It takes a lot of work to construct one. Tying to the electric grid requires permission from your power company, and conformance to local building codes. This generally means compliance with the National Electrical Code (NEC), meaning your panels must be UL (or similar rating from another standard) listed, for fire and electrical safety reasons. Homemade panels won't qualify, unfortunately. I really would discourage you from trying to do a jungle installation without permission, as the power distribution in a house is nothing to be trifled with. That would also likely void your homeowner's insurance, and give the bank a reason to call your mortgage, if you have these.
Q:where I can find this solar panel?
The other thing to do is to search for DIY solar chargers for more information.
Q:where do you get little solar panels?
You could build them yourself? Depending on the time you have.... They are having a special at the moment....
Q:solar panel regulator?
wire them in series parallel to get 8 volts at 200 mA, and that should charge a 2 volt battery. You may want to put in a series diode to prevent the battery from discharging into the panel when the sun is out. At 200 mA, depending on the battery size, you may not need much control, as that low a current will not overcharge a large battery, like a small auto battery. In fact it will take a very long time to charge it. edit: But do i need to add a regulator? If by that you mean a voltage regulator, no, as a solar panel has a high output resistance, and that will limit the current into the battery. If you mean a charge controller, if the battery is small, you may need a charge contoller to avoid overcharging the battery. But that is not a voltage regulator. .
Q:What is the most powerful solar panel made?
There are various solar farms that run turbine generators that have some rather large arrays. I suspect they'd be in the southwest but i've seen pictures of them covering a few acres. You won't find very large panels because its best to keep the panels small and just have a lot of them. This is because its much easier to have a thousand 0m^3 panels then huge 0000m^3 panel because you achieve best performance when you can align the solar panels to always face the sun. With a huge panel, you would need it to be high off the ground so it can manuver around. Small ones can all be menuvered on a small scale only a few feet off the ground so they can all be pointing towards the sun to gather the most light.

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