Poly Solar Panels from 130W 150 W from CNBM ,China

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CNBM is a world-leading and Vertical integrated manufacturer of high-performance with Silicon,

Wafer, Cells, Modules, which convert sunlight into electricity for residential, commercial, and utility-scale

power generation. 

CNBM Group is short for China National Building Materials Group Corporation,

which is established in 1984 with approval from the State Council

        

The capacity of CNBMSolar  is reach to 1GW, and make sure each year our shipment capacity is more

Than 700-800MWs, at the same time, we have set up the largest solar power station with our partner

in Ukraine.

       

CNBM is a Quality + Service oriented company with“Excellence at Each Step” approach, composed of

the finest components from TUV and IEC-certified partners around the world, CNBM modules consistently

undergo a variety of trials at the company’s Test & Development Centre, ensuring peak performance

capabilities. The company is committed to develop and provide the world with clean and renewable energy

to ease the energy shortages as well as human kind’s impact on the environment.

 

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Poly Solar Panels from 130 150W  from CNBM ,China

Poly Solar Panels from 130 150W  from CNBM ,China

Poly Solar Panels from 130 150W  from CNBM ,China

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Q:80 watt solar panel ? what dose that mean?
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Q:Solar panels?? I need help!?
We are in the UK, but we now have two systems, one which heats the water and the other generates electricity via PV panels. You need to have a roof area facing in the correct direction and at a suitable pitch. If the sun is hitting the roof at an oblique angle the loss of benefit is high. The system that heats the water has the fastest pay back time. Our water has been hot since we had the system installed despite a poor summer here. Over here we can export surplus electricity created by the PV panels back to the national grid, and they buy that surplus. We often have surpluses during the day, but obviously when it is dark and we use electricity, we sort of buy it back. In the 6 months since it was installed, we have generated about 85% of our needs. Our best day was when we generated 46% of our needs. As you may know, we have had rain and floods over here, but to-day we still generated 22% of our needs and we put on several loads of washing. we have kept a spreadsheet of all teh figures. We are very pleased with ours, and we got a grant, but it was very expensive for the PV system. i'd recommend it, though. i have grandchildren and I feel we have to do something to preserve resources for them and to help combat climate problems. Make sure you have done other things - such as made sure your insulation etc is as good as it can be.
Q:Solar Panels for home use?
For a starter you would look at how many watts you use. And how deep in you want to go. 80 watts at 2volts dc is nice.. But getting it to 20 ac. You will need a good inverter, battery's. There is things that you can replace in your house that will run on 2 volts. Lights fans. But to answer your question you would first have to look at what you use or and what you want to change over. I have got 900 watts of panels and 2700 Amp hours of battery's on one system. That will run all my lights computers and TVs Also on this I have converted a ups for the 20 VAC. I have been working on this for 0 plus years with no plans to finish. ( there is no end for what you can do with the power of the sun)
Q:What to do with a solar panel?
2 volts rate at .23 ampere. It can be used to charge car battery. Put a 5 ohms rated 0 watts resistor in series between panel and 2.6 volts car battery to lower its voltage.
Q:How does a solar panel charge controller work for batteries?
If it is a charge controller that is wired between the panel and the battery only, then a 3A rating is ample. The controller only has to handle the maximum current that the solar panel can output. The panel will have (or needs to have) an open-circuit voltage that is greater than about 4V in order to actually charge the battery, whose terminal voltage will rise above 2V as it charges. The panel's open circuit output voltage typically is about 7V. The 5W rating is at the maximum power point under the illumination of standard sun and at a specified temperature. That maximum power point probably is around 4V, which means the panel will deliver the following amperage to charge the battery: I = P/V = 5W/4V = 0.36A Since 0.36A is well below the 3A rating of the controller, the controller will not be overloaded when charging the battery. Some charge controllers also have terminals for connecting the load that you want to power. If that's the case, then the controller also needs to be rated to handle that load amperage or higher. If you were to connect a 6A load, then you would like to have say a 0A controller. Hope that helps.
Q:Questions about solar panels?
I can begin to point you in the right direction. It is a very complicated thing you are asking about. Solar panels produce direct current, in order to store that power for use at night, and on cloudy days, you need a lot of batteries. Those batteries store direct current. In order to use that direct current to power your refrigerator, you need to put it through a thing called an inverter. The inverter produces AC from DC. You may have seen one for sale to plug into the lighter in a car so you can use things that require AC in your car. The inverter looses power doing the conversion. Over time, you can purchase direct current appliances, and make the system more efficient. Years ago, a decision was made to go with AC because of transmission issues (you can move AC across a wire a long distance, and DC is more difficult to move). Many appliances convert AC to DC internally to do their work, but such appliances are expensive. Have I answered your question? Not really. You should understand your question better though.
Q:How long does it take to charge a 2v deep cycle battery with a 0 watt solar panel?
You need more panel because it will take more than ones worth of sunshine to charge this battery so the battery will need to sit over night and wait to continue the charge. clouds will make the problem even worse. I use 24 - 00 Ah batteries with a 3500 watt system and I am using a 48 volt system. So my Ah = 24 X 00 / 4 = 600 Ah but this is at 48 volt so the watt hours are the same. But My computer puts the power where it is needed automatically. You have 25 watts for at best 0 hours per day = 250 Watt hours per day. That battery needs at least 200 x 2 = 2400 watt hours that does not take efficiency of any of the systems into account. As you can see this battery may never charge completely.
Q:How do you hook up solar panels to your electricity?
nowing what to do with unused renewable electricity is always a dilemma – hooking up to the grid has to be the preferred option. If your residential home is grid tied, i.e. connected the electricity grid as opposed to off-grid and you are using solar panels to generate electricity. Then it makes a lot of sense to hook your solar panels to the grid, because instead of losing the unused electricity or having to maintain a bank of deep cycle batteries, you simply feed it back to the grid. You feed electricity back to the grid via your electric meter which measures the electricity in Kilowatt per hour. This has the effect of reversing your meter which in turn reduces your electricity bills and if you are generating a lot of electricity you could find the utility company owing you money! The Solar Powered System Therefore, your solar powered installation would look like this. The solar panel will connect to an “array disconnect” – you need an array disconnect for system maintenance because it allows you to easily shut off the power. The array disconnect is connected to an “inverter”. The solar panel generates DC power and the electricity from the grid is AC power. Therefore, you need an inverter to convert DC power to AC power. The inverter is connected to an “AC breaker panel”. This is the interface where your solar generated electricity meets the electric meter and allows you to feed electricity back to the grid. Now in most countries and states you are not allowed to tamper with the electric meter so at this point you should contact your local electricity energy supplier and ask them to supply an engineer to hook you up to the grid. If you have anything to add to this article or you have connected your system to the grid – tell us how you did it by writing a comment below.
Q:Opinions on Solar Panels?
Bing solar power in Germany. Solar power has an option of assisting in removing some of the burden during daylight, from power generation plants. Anything is a help. Plus they will continue to do it forever (at least a lifetime). But they are not the total answer. Like wind, limited to certain areas. Wave generation is another solution, but still limited to coastal areas. The current design of most supply grids does not allow transportation of power long distances. You want a real eye opener, Bing transportation line looses power grid and see how much energy is wasted, and the amount of carbon put into the air for these losses.

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