Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 60Cell-255W

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1. Structure of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 60Cell-255W Description

Solar panel refers either to a photovoltaics (PV) module, a solar hot water panel, or to a set of solar photovoltaics modules electrically

connected and mounted on a supporting structure. A PV module is a packaged, connected assembly of solar cells. Solar panels can be

used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications. Each

module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 320 watts.

 

 

2. Main Features of the Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 60Cell-255W

- 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.

 

3. Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 60Cell-255W Images

 

 

4. Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 60Cell-255W Specification

窗体顶端

lectrical parameters at Standard Test Conditions (STC)窗体底端

Power output

P max

W

255

Power output tolerances

ΔP max

W

0 / + 5

Module effi ciency

η m

%

15.7

Voltage at Pmax

V mpp

V

30

Current at Pmax

I mpp

A

8.49

Open-circuit voltage

V oc

V

37.7

Short-circuit current

I sc

A

9.01 窗体底端

 

 

5. FAQ of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 60Cell-255W

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Q3:How to guarantee the Quality of the products

A3:We have established the international advanced Quality management systemevery link from raw material to final product we have strict Quality testWe resolutely put an end to unQualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.

 

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Q:What is the difference between monocrystalline & polycrystalline solar panels?
The polycrystalline solar panel has a longer life-span and has a higher efficiency. What this means is that from the energy that 'hits' the solar panel, more is caught and used to convert into electrical energy. A polycrystalline solar panel will have an efficiency of about 4%. The monocrystalline solar panel has a similar efficiency but the cells are prone to sunlight, so the efficiency drops over the years.
Q:how to build a solar panel?
Search Yahoo Answers or the internet first, this question is common. It is possible to build a solar thermal panel, to heat either water or air. You can just search YouTube to see how people did it. Try searching solar water heater. If you build a photovoltaic (solar electric) panel on your own, it will only be good for demonstration purposes. The homemade type I've seen produces only microamps of current - not even enough to run an iPod. Be wary of sites advertise you can make your own panel for less than $200 (or some figure), and try to sell you the plans. This is the same information that is posed on other sites for free.
Q:how do you make solar panel?
Solar panel is a sheet of highly expensive, purest Silicon manufactured in a factory of exceptional killingly stringent specifications. You can't do that as a cottage industry, at least the material.
Q:can a light bulb power a solar panel?
Yes light-bulbs work, sort of, but you have to illuminate every cell. The output is regulated by the cell with the weakest illumination. Additionally the sun is very strong, 000W of light or more per square meter. A light-bulb is weaker, so less output. A 00W bulb may have only 5W of light, and it doesn't cover the panel, so you can expect something like % of the sun's output. The spectrum of a light-bulb is actually more appropriate for a silicon solar panel, as the silicon panel responds best to red colours.
Q:Cost and energy generated by solar panel?
A little more than 0 watts per square foot, so that size panel would generate 250 watts under ideal conditions, which is noon on a sunny but not too hot day, near the equator. That's about /3 horsepower, or the same power as a man working hard. That is larger than needed to keep the battery of the car charged, unless you plan to run a laptop or something off it at night. The power is also too small to power the car for driving. If it's an electric car, you could get maybe another 2 miles per day out of the car, again, under ideal conditions. An RV store might have an idea of how much installation would cost. They would be accustomed to solar panels for RV's, but probably not small cars. A panel of that size would cost perhaps $500-800 just for the panel.
Q:why aren't solar panels for your house more affordable?
Best okorder.com/... Of course sometimes you can get very cheap solar panels if you are in the right place at the right time... A friend of mine got the solar array from one of the road service companies... it had some minor defect so they were replacing it and throwing away the defective one... it still put out a good bit of power and it was free for him... but that is all luck.
Q:Anyone who knows or has Solar Panels?
My sincere advice is forget about using a solar panel in your place. It is not suitable for your type of place.I am using three solar panel in my house. One is 30 watts driving an axial flow fan giving very good air for me and for my family people during day time. Another one is only 5 watts. Giving air for my face alone when I work on my lap top.Another 3 watts Panel I am using to determine the life of Panel that drives a mini motor for all the day time from the past 4 years.
Q:Are Solar Panels worth it in Southern California?
There are several factors to consider when looking into solar power for your house. If you want to replace your use of utility electricity with solar power for say a 500 - 2000 square foot home then the system will cost you at least $30000 - $50000 to install. You will also have the maintenance issue of your storage batteries, panels, and inverter which will eventually wear out over time. So lets say we have an optimistic price of $30000 for a whole house system (this would be really cheap), dividing this by your yearly consumption would give you the amount of years it would take for the expenditure to pay for itself (not counting maintenance which could be costly). The payoff would be about 25 years, so all things remaining equal, I would say that it is a bad investment. Solar panels as they are manufactured today do not have a very long life span. They will greatly decrease in efficiency after several years and will most likely need to be replaced in 0 years. The panels themselves are the greatest expense. You could problably find better ways to make/save more money by investing $30000 - $50000 somewhere else IMHO. Solar technology is still not at the point where it is profitable in the sense you are thinking about. Unless of course, there are huge tax incentives for you or large rebate programs through your local utility, but you would have to do the math on that as well. If you are thinking small as in a couple panels to supplement your utility electric, the above still applies as well. In fact will it take longer to recoup the cost of a smaller setup. Hope this helps!
Q:solar panel for computer?
Most decent laptops can use 50W of power or more....so you'd actually need a large solar panel with good sunlight. I just looked up how big a 50W solar panel is....it's about 64x64 centimeters...which is very big and expensive! So, solar power may not be the best solution to power, or charge a laptop battery. Maybe there are some solar powered chargers that charge the battery very slowly, but probably not.
Q:information on solar panels?
The main components for a solar electric system are the panels, racks for mounting the panels, and inverter to convert the panel's DC power to AC, which can be pumped into the grid if necessary. There would also be various electrical supplies involved - wire, conduit, possibly a switch and/or circuit breaker. On the paperwork side, there's a building permit, permission from the power company to connect, and some inspections. Although it could be done by a homeowner, it's not a trivial project, and the best way to get it set up is to contract a professional solar installer. They all give free quotes, and can explain your various options when they visit.

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