Polycrystalline 310w Silicon Solar Panel

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We are a high-tech group wich specializes in solar products design,research, manufacture, sales,solar projects design and installation. 

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This installation Manual contains essential information for the electrical and mechanical installation that your must know before installing CUSTOMER PV modules. This also contains safety information you need to be familiar with .All the information described in this manual are the intellectual property of CNBM and based on the technologies and experiences that have been acquired and accumulated in the long history of CUSTOMER. This document does not constitute a warranty, expressed or implied.

 

Polycrystalline 310w Silicon Solar Panel

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The installation of PV modules requires a great degree of skill and should only be performed by a qualified licensed professional, including licensed contractors and licensed electricians. Please be aware that there is a serious risk of various types of injury occurring during the installation including the risk of electric shock. All CUSTOMER modules are equipped with a permanently attached junction terminal box that will accept variety of wiring applications or with a special cable assembly for ease of installation, and they do not require assembly.


DATA SHEET

Maximum power

310W

Cell type(mm)

Polycrystalline solar cell 156*156

Number of cell(pcs)

72(6*12)

Manufacture site

China

Open-circuit voltage(voc)

45V

Maximum power voltage(vmp)

37V

Short-circuit current(isc)

8.8A

Optimum operating current(imp)

8.38A

Power tolerance

0~+5W

Module efficiency

16%

Dimensions(mm)

1956*992*40

Weight

27 kg

Backsheet

Silver

Frame Colar

White

Frame

Anodized Aluminum Alloy

 

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Q:0 Watt solar panel question?
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Q:how to connect a solar panel to a motor?
You really need to read up on some basic electricity before you begin this experiment. The voltages and current requirements of the motor as well as the supply all come into play
Q:how can i build a solar panel?
Hehe, if you want to build your own solar panel that looks like what you see on buildings, etc, you will probably need to be a multi-millionaire. Here is a quote from the first link in my sources list: The high-efficiency solar cells you can buy at Radio Shack and other stores are made from highly processed silicon, and require huge factories, high temperatures, vacuum equipment, and lots of money. But fortunately for you, there is a cheap way to make a solar panel yourself (see first link). I love the scitoys website, but I am not quite familiar with this particular experiment. It looks like a science fair project in itself! It also doesn't appear to put out nearly enough power to run even a small solar car. What I would recommend is buying a compact solar panel from Radio Shack or some other electronics store that you may know of. Type in solar in to the Radio Shack search box. The first item on the list may be useful to you (the solar panel battery combo). I am just guessing, though, since I don't know any of your requirements (voltage output, power output, size, etc). Also, buyer beware. This particular product has a pretty bad customer review... but then again, I find that people are more inclined to leave a bad review than a good one. Good luck... -Ubi
Q:I need help with solar panels?
Even if you can buy solar glass, you CAN'T properly repair the panel for the cost of having a professional do the work.
Q:Can you overload solar panels with too much light?
A photovoltaic cell will only be 'sensitive' to a band of radiation...and would probably not even 'see' the energy from a heat lamp. So, no, the solar panel would not be 'overworked' if somehow you could put 2 or 3 suns in the sky at once. It would simply ignore, so to speak, the photons that it didn't need. But, the heat from the heat lamp, or the extra photons, would eventually heat up the glass and the plastic the thing is made of, and it would fail prematurely.
Q:Where can i buy mini (v - 2v) solar panels?
I too want to buy the panels to light up my house.
Q:Maintenance for solar panels....?
All panels should be cleaned to function best. Brush or wash off dirt and leaves. They should be checked for structural integrity and lack of rust. Solar Thermal panels should be checked for signs of leaks and/or discharge from pressure relief valves. Solar Photovoltaic should be checked for electrical function and grounding.
Q:How to wire solar panels?
i'm involved approximately do-it yourselfers, i'm one, yet... Sorry to inform you, yet connecting image voltaic panels to grid capacity will require an electrician. there are a number of standards for specific disconnects to circumvent harm to the utillity corporation workers that would desire to be seen. you will additionally might desire to have an inverter sized to verify your panels. the straight forward answer is to connect your panels to something specific, without connecting it into your place wiring. An occasion is to connect your water properly pump to image voltaic capacity and disconnect it from the grid. yet you will nonetheless want an inverter and could might desire to calculate the capacity demands of the pump and the quantity of capacity available out of your panels, which varies via your longitude and variety. It sound like an straight forward element to do, yet without specific training and adventure you would be sorry in case you attempt this your self.
Q:Should we subsidize solar panels?
Recent investments into solar panels have brought about a couple of interesting realizations and developments. One, as you state, is that traditional solar panels (silicon crystalline panels) are not currently cost effective, even will full-scale manufacturing production. It's possible that improved manufacturing techniques will bring the retail price down somewhat, but it needs to be brought down a lot to make economic sense without incentives. The other, though, is that a new method of producing solar panels - thin film technologies - has been developed. These are currently quite expensive, but because there are no crystals to grow, they are expected to drop significantly in price as production increases. I believe that this technological development has been made as a direct result of government support for solar energy. It is not taking money away from research - rather it is providing the incentive for research. I could be wrong. I've been wrong before. But I think that these new solar technologies, which are already hitting the market, will dramatically change the economics of solar energy.
Q:making your own and installing solar panels. Bull s*** or not?
If you're in Hawaii, number one, be sure to get a solar water heater. Guaranteed fast payback. Now about those kits. Avoid the kind that says you can make your own panels for under $200. Those are scams. If you're in CC of Honolulu, you will not be allowed to connect that kind of panel to your house - it doesn't meet National Electrical Code because it doesn't have a safety rating like UL. There are kits for grid-tied solar that run from $6000 on up. That's the kind that can actually save you money. I don't know whether you are allowed to install it yourself, though. In California, you can, as long as you get the inspection, same as any other building project. In spite of being further south, Honolulu gets about the same amount of sun as we do in San Jose, California. That's because our area is dry, and you have more clouds and rain during an average year. If you're in one of the wet valleys like Manoa or Palolo, obviously the situation would only be worse. But your electric rates are high, so you have a good chance of making your money back. Very few sites are really good for wind turbines. You cannot just put it on your roof in the city - it needs to up high, where the wind is strong and steady. That's why you see turbine mounted on towers. Also, because it has moving parts, it's going to wear out. Finally, you know how cars rust out quickly there compared to the mainland? Same thing with a wind turbine.

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