Poly Solar Panel, Solar Module, 260W, 265W

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Item specifice:

Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 265 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

Product Description:

Poly Solar panel, solar module, 260W, 265W

Grid-connected photovoltaic power generation system is to photovoltaic systemsconnected to the public grid, achieve grid. Grid-connected PV systems can be divided into large and centralized and decentralized power generation systems and power generation systems small, two systems not require energy storage devices. Currently PV grid integration in the form of the building is a typical case of power generation.


Features:

1) Product name: solar panel / module

2) Solar cell: Mono-crystalline / Poly-crystalline / Amorphous

3) Tempered glass laminated with aluminum frame

4) Life time: 20 - 25 years

5) Temperature co-efficiency:  A=+1,46mA B=-79mV, Rp/p=-0.43

6) Power specification at 1kW/m 2, AM 1, 5

7) Output cable: multi contact connectors

8) Construction:

     a) Front: High-transmission 32mm tempered glass

     b) Back: TPT

     c) Encapsulant: EVA

9) Frame: aluminum

10) Certification: CE, TUV


ADVANTAGES:

We produce solar cell by ourself with full automated production line, equipments were imported from USA, Germany and italy;

We provide 15 years warranty, and 25 years working life;

We have full set quality certificates, product meets quality requirement of USA, Europe, Australia, UK etc ;

70% of our product exported to Europe, without quality claims up to now;


There're 7 major inspection procedures for Each piece solar panel during production : 

3 times EL testing to ensure panel without micro-break/invisible break(normal manufacturer only test 1 or 2 times); 

3 times appearance inspection to ensure panel without defect (normal manufacturer only inspect 1 or 2 times); 

1 time power testing, power inspection tolerance +/-0.1watt(normal manufacturer's power inspection tolerance is +/- 1-2watt), we ensure each panel has enough power output; 

besides the standard inspection, each production procedure will inspect the upwards procedure;

So we guarantee each piece of our panel has perfect appearance, positive power performance, and without quality hidden trouble.


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Poly Solar Panel, Solar Module, 260W, 265W


Poly Solar Panel, Solar Module, 260W, 265W


Poly Solar Panel, Solar Module, 260W, 265W





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Q:Mono-crystalline or poly-crystalline solar panel?
All solar photovoltaics drop in efficiencies with higher temperatures but it isn't the 45+ C you have to worry about but rather the heat from the sunlight striking the panels. There are hybrid systems which passes water in pipes attached to the back of the solar panels to cool the panels and preheat the water for solar thermal collectors. The difference between mono-crystalline and poly-crystalline are that mono-crystalline are more efficient and more costly to make.
Q:How to connect or use Solar Power Panels?
You will need help with this. Panels may or may not be 24 volt. If you can find a name tag, you can find out from the manufacturer's web site. Some folks hook them all in parallel. Mine are in series, to create 480 volts. the reason for going to higher voltage is to reduce power loss in the wiring. Even then, I used a wire size larger than recommended. The frames want to be interconnected, and wired to ground. The live conductors connect through disconnect switches to an inverter. The inverter is sized to the output of the panels. Where the utility allows net metering, the inverters are connected through a disconnect switch to the grid, which of course also feeds the house. Assuming you are on the grid, you will not need batteries. If outages severely impact you, you can have batteries. Counting against them is that they are costly, and use part of the power you generate, just to keep them charged. If you have batteries, it is usually best to rewire circuits so noncritical circuits are disconnected during outages. Leaving perhaps minimal lighting, fridge, freezer and critical medical circuits. Learn all you can from the Internet (try solar panels), and from the green search box above. Be sure to see if your state has a rebate program, and the conditions which it requires.
Q:how fast does a 25watt solar panel generate power to a battery?
If your house already has utility power, then your best move is usually to stay connected to the utility even when you install solar. Then, there are no batteries involved. Also, you never need to worry about not having enough power on cloudy days or at night. During the day, the solar panels drive the electric meter backwards, building up a credit with the electric company. Then at night, the meter runs forward normally. What you end up with is a very small electric bill instead of no bill, but the net cost is a lot less than using batteries. As to how large a system or how much it will cost, you would call a professional to size your system and give a quote. You can always say no if the numbers don't work out.
Q:How to charge a solar panel?
There okorder.com Why pay thousands of dollars for solar energy ($27,000 average cost) when you can build your own solar panel system for just a fraction of the retail cost. You can build a single solar panel or you can build an entire array of panels to power your whole house. Some people are saving 50% on their power bill, some people are reducing their bill to nothing. But what’s most impressive is that just by following these instructions some are even making the power company pay them!
Q:Connect Power Outlet to Solar Panel?
You will need at least 500 W of solar panels (probably more to cope with cloudy days), and a DC to AC inverter. Since you're going to 8pm you *may* want a battery bank system too for those shorter winter days.
Q:Is heat a factor in how much energy is gained when using solar panels?
If you are talking about solar PV (photovoltaic), panels, (these are the solar panels that generate electricity), temperature DOES effect the power output. But it works opposite of your example. They actually work better in cooler temperatures. In other words, you will get more electricity on a cold, sunny day than you will on a warm, sunny day. The difference is not huge. It is a percentage point or two for every ten degrees cooler it is. But it is significant enough that solar system designers like myself need to know the temperature fluctuations in the area we are designing for. I know of a few improperly designed systems that were damaged on sunny winter days. Solar thermal panels (the ones that heat water) do not work this way. A warmer sunny day is usually better, but again, the difference is not huge.
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 live.....to go completely off the grid is near $25,000 by the time batteries and inverters and all of that is figured in....
Q:how do solar panels work?
Solar panels is built of the solar cells in it..these cells are typically made of paper thick Silicon or Germanium metal (called semiconductors).When light falls on these solar cells the energy recieved from the light (photons)is used to emit electrons due to the nature of semiconductor material. These electrons being of negative charge are attracted by opposite positive charges or there is current flow from cathode to anode on these cells.This small electric charge generated is used to store in the battery connected...more the number of solar cells more the electricity generated .
Q:solar panels, help?
This is pretty much an exercise in knowing units and dimensional analysis. Watts are in Joules/second. So every second a square with the area(meters^2) of meter^2 receives 380 joules from the sun. In your case the square is the solar panel. So find the area of the solar panel in m^2. If you multiply area times intensity you can see that the meters cancel out and you are left with Watts(J/s). Since you want the Joules received in an hour you again multiply by how many seconds are in an hour. Leaving you with joules. What you have now is the total energy, but your solar panel is only 26% efficient, so just multiply by .26 and you will have your energy.
Q:Solar panel question..?
Little solar panels on lights are very low power. The battery in one such may be 0.5 Amp-hours and .2 V ; it may be different but it should be marked on the panel/battery/manual. An outlet in your house is designed to run on 20 V (typically in N. Am.) and they run on alternating current (AC) whereas the panel generates direct current (DC). (If you don't know the difference, do not worry to much but just understand that they are not directly compatible.) You therefore need an inverter to change DC to AC (and lose some although inverters are now very efficient). But the amount of power generated by those panels is still very small. That is why solar lights are low power (just a few watts in most cases). To make things even more irritating, phone chargers do not work off 20 V AC as you are charging the battery and need a low voltage DC -- which is what the solar panel is giving you. It is almost certain that the voltage from the panel will be less than the voltage required for the phone. The charger is mostly cable but there is a black box incorporated and it should say what the voltage and current output are (the input will be 20V). So you should be able to overcome this not by hooking up the panel to a 20V outlet and then plugging the charger in but by hooking up the panel to the phone directly if you can get enough voltage out of the solar panel (or hook up several) and if you fashion a connection device. They already make them -- solar battery chargers and I am sure you can enter that into a search engine and find loads. Typically the panel alone is much more than a solar light -- which shows the relative power requirements.

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