Off-grid Solar TPB78×156/3-36-P 20 W Reliable Power Output

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·         Highest performance enabled by higher efficiency monocrystal line cells and the latest Solar Wafer Technology for multicrystal line cells

·         Lower weight design which reduces the total system load on a roof, making it ideal for residential customers. Its shape allows for better roof utilization

·         Its low weight means easier handling for installers

·         Modules are designed to withstand PID (Potential Induced Degradation)*

·         High light transmission Anti-Reflective Glass with improved self-cleaning capability

·         0/+5 W Positive power tolerance for reliable power output 


 Off-grid Solar TPB78×156/3-36-P 20 W  Reliable Power Output


CNBM Solar provides one of the most comprehensive module warranties in the industry:

·         10 years for product defects in materials and workmanship

·         First 12 years for 90% of warranted minimum power

·         Remaining 25 years for 80% of warranted minimum power


CNBM Solar strictly carries out the ISO 9001 quality control methodology and has implemented check points at every step of the production process to ensure our product performance durability and safety. The stringent quality control process has been confirmed by numerous independent agencies and LDK Solar modules earned IEC, TUV and UL certifications.

·         IEC:IEC 61215, IEC 61730 (1&2), conformity to CE

·         UL 1703 2002/03/15 Ed:3 Rev:2004/06/30

·         ULC/ORD-C1703-01 Second Edition 2001/01/01

·         UL and Canadian Standard for Safety Flat-Plate

·         ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems

·         CEC Listed: Modules are eligible for California Rebates

·         PV Cycle: Voluntary module take back and recycling program

·         MCS Certificate



Off-grid Solar TPB78×156/3-36-P 20 W  Reliable Power Output

Off-grid Solar TPB78×156/3-36-P 20 W  Reliable Power Output

Off-grid Solar TPB78×156/3-36-P 20 W  Reliable Power Output



1.    How do I decide which system is right for me ?

For protection from long outages, include a generator or solar panels in your Must solar system. Shorter outages can be handled by a battery-only system.

2.    Where my system will be installed ?

Must solar systems are usually wall-mounted near a home's main electrical (circuit breaker) panel.

3. How do I install my system ?

A must solar backup inverter is connected to a home electric system , we will supply detailed installation manual and videos for our customers .

How fast will my system respond to a power outage ?

Must solar inverters typically transfer to battery power in less than 16 milliseconds (less than 1/50th of a second).

What kind of batteries do the systems include ?

Must solar backup electric systems use special high-quality electric storage batteries.







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Q:Solar panels and your opinion?
Solar power is still an expensive way to purchase power, as of 2007, it was 38 cents per kwh while the cost of power from coal is 0.6 cents per kwh. Of course regulations have prevented new coal power stations from being built so it's really natural gas power stations at 5 cents a kwh that solar has to compete with. Solar is dropping in price but the best you can hope for is for it to reach parity with natural gas someday soon and it hasn't yet. The other issue is that you pay up front for solar power which as any economist will tell you is even more expensive and involves greater risks. However, as part of a strategy to become as self reliant as possible when you retire and have a fixed income, it's a reasonable prospect, not only will the technology become less expensive by then but at that point, fixing the price of the energy costs is more valuable than the cost of the energy. Focusing on personal finance and learning how to invest which very few people know how to do is more important right now. When you retire, hopefully you can afford to build a passive solar home with photovoltaic solar panels and wind turbines but still on the grid for efficient net metering and with a greenhouse where you can grow the staples that you need and perhaps even some biodiesel for your google driven car. Having a reasonable portfolio is really the only way to achieve that goal.
Q:help setting up a solar panel system?
ever looked at the light from a 45 watt bulb? it's true that in a cabin, if you're in the right place, you can read from it. however, assuming that you get 6 hours of sun, you can run your light for 4-5 hours. and nothing else. if you're hoping to run a stove, you're going to need several hundred watts. not sure what tools you're thinking of, but i don't know of many that run on 2v DC. (not sure that i know of a stove that runs on 2v DC either, but you can look that up.) for tools, you might want to consider a gas powered compressor and air tools. that'll give you the strength that you need. yes, i know that's not what you were thinking, but pretty obviously you're going to need to do a bit more thinking. even a minifrig is going to use considerably more than 45 watts. and that would be 24 hours a day. remember, a minifrig has considerably less insulation. you can't save much and per pound, it takes more juice.
Q:cheapest solar panels sold on line?
If , cost $75 each. I haven't personally tried that product, but the company has been around for a long time, and is not a fly-by-night. If it has to last, there are dozens of places online that will sell conventional sealed panels. Expect to pay $2.00 a watt on up nowadays.
Q:How to build a solar panel for lighting/heat source?
Did . This will absolutely save yourself!
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:Solar panel for your home?
it all depends on how much electricity you use for heating/cooling and cooking.......if you just need lights, TVs etc then you could get away with about $5-8,000 US for a system depending on how far north you go completely off the grid is near $25,000 by the time batteries and inverters and all of that is figured in....
Q:Homemade Solar Panels?
Hey David, yes, we have built plenty of them. If you are into the do it yourself world, the easiest type to build is the Batch Preheater type. What you need is an old water heater, something small, like an under counter model, 0 to 30 gallons in size. It has to be one that hasn't rusted out yet and started leaking. We stopped at a local plumbing place in town, they are always throwing out units they have removed from homes because the new owner wants a larger unit, or gas versus electric, and so on. He sold us a pretty recent model for $0. Take the water heater home, and strip off the outer metal housing and all the insualtion so all you have left is the tank. Clean it up, and paint it with black paint. Now build a wood enclosure, something the size of a dog house that your tank will fit inside of. Use a glass panel for one side of the roof. What works best is an old window pane someone is throwing out that is about the right size, then build your dog house to fit it. When it's done, put some styrofoam insulation panels around the back and side walls to keep the heat in when the sun shines on it, then mount your tank inside. Put your dog house someplace in the sun, run the cold water that normally feeds into your water heater into the tank (in the cold inlet side), then run a pipe from the outlet of the tank to your regular water heater. We have one just like this installed in the northern midwest, it works great about 7 months of the year. Usually in the summer if it's about 75 degrees outside, the water comes into the house at around 00 degrees, then the regular water heater only needs to add another 25 degrees to the water to finish it off. Since the water starts out at about 56 degrees, the solar preheater ends up doing about 65% of the work. In the winter, we simply drain the tank and lines to and from it, and route the cold water directly to the regular water heater. There are some designs on line, try googling, Batch Water Preheater. Take care, Rudydoo
Q:Should I buy solar panels?
Probably, however, depending on what your business does, solar panels can be a somewhat effective marketing strategy. Also you are helping the environment with your investment in solar panels. On a side note, I didn't think modern solar panels had a payback period of 8 years? From what I've heard it's more like 7 years. Oh well, I don't know much about this topic.
Q:hi i am asking about the life of solar panels?
For mono-crystalline solar panels, most warranties guarantee 90% of the original efficiency when the panel has been used for 0 years, and they guarantee 80% of the original efficiency after 25 years of use. If the original efficiency is 5%, the efficiency after 0 years of use should be 3.5%, and the efficiency after 25 years of use should be 2%. Some people believe that the actual average rate of efficiency loss is slower than that. You might retain 85% of the original efficiency after 25 years, making the average efficiency drop about 0.6% per year. After 75 years, a solar panel that was originally 5% efficient might still be about 8% efficient.
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