Poly 235w solar panel price A grade PV panels

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Item specifice:

Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 235 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

Product Description:

Poly 235w solar panel price A grade PV panels


Technical Data:

 STC

BSM230P-60

BSM235P-60

BSM240P-60

BSM245P-60

BSM250P-60

BSM255P-60

BSM260P-60

Maximum   Power

230W

235W

240W

245W

250W

255W

260W

Module   Efficiency

14.10%

14.35%

14.66%

14.96%

15.30%

15.60%

16.00%

Maxi   Power Current

 7.62A

 7.72A

 7.895A

8.033A

8.23A

8.31A

8.47A

Maxi   Power Voltage

29.5V

30.2V

30.4V

30.5V

30.4V

30.6V

30.7V

Short   Circuit Current

8.31A

8.59A

8.718A

8.781A

8.81A

8.84A

8.93A

Open   Circuit Voltage

36.8V

36.8V

37.2V

37.2V

37.6V

37.7V

37.8V

Power   Tolerance

0~+5W


Mechanical Characteristics:


Cell   Type                                                     

Polycrystalline   156x156mm,60(6x10)pcs in series 

Glass

High   Transmission,Low Iron,Tempered Glass

Frame                           

Anodized   Aluminium Alloy

Junction   box                                                     

IP65/IP67   rated,with bypass diodes

Dimension

1640x990x35/40mm     

Output   Cable                                     

4mm2(EU)/12AWG(US),1000mm²

Weight                         

19Kg

Installation   Hole Location

See   Drawing Above

No.of   Bypass Diodes

3/6



Packing Information:

Container

20'GP

40'GP

40'HQ

Pallets   per Container

12

28

28

Pallets   per Container

300

700

770


Poly 235w solar panel price A grade PV panels

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FAQ:

1. What's brand of this solar panel?

Answer : Soular solar. We are the manufacturer of this panel, OEM service is available, wholesales is welcome.

2. We need your pricelist for all the models ?

Answer : we dont present "pricelist" for a new customers, Because different order quantity, different  quality grade has different pricelist; right now, we can produce  solar panel from 3w to 300w for both poly & mono panel.

Attn. : You can just inform us your "target price" and detailed requirement , we will evaluate if we can produce for you.

3 . Our common questions for the new customer's inquiry :

(1) How many pcs solar panel do you need ?

(2) Which type do you need, Poly or Mono ?

(3) What is your requirement on the power, Voc, Isc, Vm, Im ?

(4) Which transportation way will you select ? by air ? by Sea ?




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Q:how much money can I make a year for the electricy I sell from a solar panel?
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Q:2v vs 24v solar panel?
The choice of solar panel voltage comes down more to what the panels will be connected to. You're right that power can remain the same at the different voltages. Higher input (panel) voltages are sometimes used in inverter systems to reduce the effect of voltage draw-down. 2v panels (about 20v open circuit) work well for charging 2v batteries, connected in parallel, through a charge controller. For use of a grid-tie inverter, higher input voltages are sometimes used to reduce the effects of draw-down. You want to select and wire (parallel vs. series) your panels based on the input voltage requirement of the load, whatever it may be.
Q:advice what solar panels to purchase?
If all things are equal buy local. If you are building for a LEED project then choose a manufacture within 500 miles. Another reason to choose a local panel is that if things go wrong there is a better chance of a satisfactory resolution. A no name knockoff from overseas might prove to be difficult to find a few years down the road. One good place to check is the Go Solar California website. They have proof of performance testing on hundreds of panels.
Q:solar panel environmental affects?
You would need to consider how much sun your area gets on average. You would need to do a cost/benefit analysis to decide if you will be saving money eventually. Environmentally, it would not affect the plants or animals around it, except those it might block the sun from. Meaning, the grass growing in the shade of the panels will probably die out, but that goes for anything that would cast shade for the majority of the time. Solar panels are simply rechargers for the batteries it's hooked up to. No different than a cell phone charger affects the area, people or plants around it. If it is a worry, make some orgonite and place it around the panels. :)
Q:260 watt solar panels on an rv?
What are you going to power with your 260w solar panels? Tools? They generally use more than 260w. The panels will generate electricity. The problem is that your tools likely don't use DC. And if you're asking here, it's not likely that you have the background to hook everything up correctly. You'd need both batteries and a pretty good sized inverter.
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:Solar panel question
The answer is actually quite complicated, but if you're planning on building just a very small system, most likely, the panel will be small and weak. In this case, connecting a panel that is 8 volts open circuit directly to a lead-acid battery is probably the most efficient way to charge. There are charge controllers that you can buy, some of which actively track the maximum power point for charging your battery. Unfortunately, those controllers might eat 5 or 0 watts, just to get you another few percent of charging efficiency. If your panel is only 50 watts in the first place, you can see that this is not a good deal. If you're getting serious panels (clue: price $500 each), then you may very well benefit from a charge controller with MPPT (max power point tracking). Lead-acid, either a flooded cell like your car battery, or AGM, are the standard for solar energy storage. Lithium ion is better in many ways, being less sensitive to temperature, state of discharge, and they are also lighter. Charging them is also more straightforward with the right circuitry. The problem is, they cost like $500 per kWh, compared with less than a tenth that price for lead-acid.
Q:how do i pick out solar panels to match my battery bank?
I don't know where you got the idea you have 8 hours of sunlight. Assuming clear skys and no dust, forest fires, clouds or other impediments, the average sunlight available in North America averages out to approx. kw/sq. meter. That's the maximum available, at midday. Multiply this be the efficiency of the cells (I assume about 0%) and it means about 00 Watts/sq m. Since you have said you have a tracking system, this works out to about 00 * .344 * 2 = 43W/h per day (per sq. meter).
Q:Designing 3d Solar Panels?
I don't know anything about the 3D thing. You cannot get more energy out, than goes in. Energy will only hit the mirrors. With some loss of efficiency they would reflect a focused beam into the chamber, where with some more losses would reflect it to the solar panels. It would be more efficient just to expose all the panels to sunlight.
Q:SOLAR Panels?
I'm in the California Foothills and the island of Mindanao... I have both solar panels (electric and water heating) and a single wind-generator since 2000. We actually sell power to PGE in California and are self-sufficient in Mindanao. NOW, I'm confused with YOUR math... you say the Rep. suggests a monthly savings of $35 (25% of $40) which would be $420 / year. If materials / installation are $8,000 less $2000 tax-credit: it would take 35 years to pay off $6,000 at $420 / year. 980 Kwh/ mo is some pretty heavy usage... I'd suggest trying to reduce that. CFT's, lowering your AC setting, no lights if NOT in room, un-plugging stand-by appliances, and upgrading insulation. At our 2000 sq ft California RANCH we only burn 400 Kwh per month, and that includes an 800 sq ft barn (admittedly we heat with a wood-stove). We have 5, Sanyo 200 watt panels (3kw total) and generate an avg 900 kwh / month. SO, we're selling BACK almost 500 kwh mo. to the grid on the photo-cells alone. The kw wind generator averages another 20 kwh / month. I THINK the company YOU are working with is selling the EXCESS electrical-power back to the power-company behind your back !! GOOD LUCK

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