Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-190W

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1. Structure of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-190W Description

- High effi ciency, multicrystalline silicon solar cells with high transmission and textured glass deliver a module effi ciency of up to 16.0%, minimizing installation costs and maximizing the kWh output of your system per unit area.

- Tight positive power tolerance of 0W to +5W ensures you receive modules at or above nameplate power and contributes to minimizing module mismatch losses leading to improved system yield.

- Top ranking in the “TÜV Rheinland Energy Yield Test” and the PHOTON Test” demonstrates high performance and annual energy production.

 

2. Main Features of the Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-190W

* WARRANTIES

- 10-year limited product warranty1.

- Limited power warranty1: 1 year at 98% of the minimal rated power

output, 10 years at 92% of the minimal rated power output, 25 years

at 82% of the minimal rated power output.

1In compliance with our Warranty Terms and Conditions.

*QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATES

IEC 61215, IEC 61730, MCS, CE, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, BS OHSAS 18001:2007, PV Cycle, SA 8000

 

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4. Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-190W Specification

Electrical parameters at Standard Test Conditions (STC)

ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE
Power outputP maxW190
Power output tolerancesΔP maxW0/+5
Module effi ciencyη m%14.7
Voltage at PmaxV mppV23.7
Current at PmaxI mppA8.03
Open-circuit voltageV ocV30.1
Short-circuit currentI scA8.65

 

 

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Q:Does It really cost that much to Install solar panels?
Guide okorder.com/
Q:what is the cost of getting km sq of solar panels?
As okorder.com/ They are working on a reactor that makes diesel and electricity concurrently out of coal, biomass or possibly garbage in a non-polluting process.
Q:when building a solar panel should the diode be on the positive or negative side?
Bypass diodes would be in parallel with groups of solar cells in a panel. For example, if a module has 72 cells, maybe every 8 cells, there will be a bypass diode. A bypass diode does nothing except salvage some of the energy from the panel if some of the cells are shaded, and others are not. Or, if you have multiple panels in a series string, the bypass diodes allow the other panels in a string to continue to contribute energy when one panel is shaded. Unless you're forced to put the panel(s) where there will be shade during the day, the bypass diode does not matter. Commercial panels all include bypass diodes. Blocking diodes are generally NOT included on commercial panels. If you're going to a grid-tied inverter, you probably don't need one. There are stringent regulations on how panels must be grounded, and whichever side of the panel is grounded should not have a blocking diode. NEC regulations call for a continuous ground to earth. For example, if you have negative ground on your system, the blocking diodes, if any, should go on the positive terminal of the panel. By the way, if you're in the US or Canada, do understand that a home-built panel will not be legal to connect to a grid-tied system. And a grid-tied inverter that plugs into the wall will also be illegal. I'm only saying this because I don't want you to get hurt, or your house to burn down. Line power is nothing to be trifled with.
Q:what is solar panel? full description needed?
Solar Panel is a broad term for gathering energy from the sun. It could be Photo Voltaic, or Thermal. A thermal panel is often used to heat a swimming pool. It consists of plastic tubing laid out in a black case to directly heat water or oil. The Photo Voltaic panels are batteries that convert photons into electrical potential and current.
Q:Where are the best places to put solar panels?
Probably not worth it. Sure, it is a great idea, but it will take decades to get your money back in energy savings. Today's panels are fine for a roof. However, I'd worry a little about the interface (where leaks could occur) especially in a retrofit. They, of course, will need to face south.
Q:Solar Panels Project?
Your USB power booster may be fragile and is likely expensive, so possibly you should get your 5 volts some other way. 3.7 volts plus a .2 volts D cell is 4.9 volts which is likely close enough for charging most anything with a USB charging cable. If bright sunlight is falling on your solar panel the battery voltage will go to about 5. volts charging at 700 MA, which is also likely acceptable, and will generally be less as part of the 700 ma is being used to charge something else. Also 300 ma may be more typical output of your solar panel even when the sun looks like it is bright. Over charging is unlikely unless the lithium cell has a lower amp-hour = AH rating than the Ni-cad (or nickel metal hydride NiMH 4 AH) D cell, but perhaps you should disconnect the solar panel, if it has been more than one bright sunny day since you charged something with a USB cable. If your battery reads over 5 volts with the solar panel unlighted or disconnected, you are likely to over charge either the lithium cell or the D cell. The PCB protected may complicate adding the D cell (probably not) so you may want to follow your original plan. Your solar panel may send as much as 9 volts to your PCB protection board, when the lithium cell does not need charging: Can the protection board tolerate 9 volts? Probably. If in doubt you can put either a .5 volt or .2 volt rechargeable D cell in series with the solar panel which reduces the input to your PCB protection by about .5 volts. That D cell will over charge, unless you replace it weekly, perhaps oftener. I think your PCB protection prevents over charging and cuts off the load if the lithium cell is discharged to an unsafe level or the load is demanding excessive current. Only the last is a possible problem = one of your USB cords may demand an amount of current that the PCB protection considers excessive. Your USB booster needs about twice as much current as the usb cord is supplying. You don't get the extra voltage by magic. Neil
Q:What are the supplies needed in a solar panel field?
I am interested also and plan on following up on the information in the next couple of weeks
Q:How do you store energy using a solar panel?
Rechargable Battaries. You can get a wide range of them- which one you should use is depends on the capacity of your solar panel.
Q:have you ever installed solar panels for your home?
Yes I have. We have a little Labrador on the front steps(you know, a thing to hide keys under.) In his mouth is a little lantern that absorbs the solar energy from the panels and it turns on at night. Really saves you money, much more than regular electricity. The bill won't be so high this way, oh, and it's also good for the environment����
Q:I need help with a solar panel?
You not only need a diode, but a circuit that opens the circuit if the voltage falls below a certain level. The diode is not the problem, but the batteries powering the solar panel when the voltage falls to low.

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