Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel 265w

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Solar cell module production process

Line called packaging line components, packaging is the production of solar cells a key step in the packaging process without a good, multi-well battery is also not a good component of production boards. Battery package not only the battery life is guaranteed, but also to enhance the combat strength of the battery. Product quality and high service life is to win can be the key to customer satisfaction, so the quality of components of the package board is very important.  



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 Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel 265w


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Polycrystalline solar cell 156*156

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Short-circuit current(isc)


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19 kg



Frame Colar



Anodized Aluminum Alloy



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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:Where are the best places to put solar panels?
The best place is where they get the most sunshine. Naturally they will be exposed to rain and snow.
Q:How to charge a solar panel?
Haven't you watched the Truman Show? Just cue the sun...
Q:Are solar panels worth it?
I say yes, I had a system put in a few months ago. I paid $6K and my utility paid $0K. I should break even in about 6 years. The system is guaranteed for 25 years, so I will have at least 9 years of free energy. I went from a bill of around $200 per month to under $20 in the summer. I will pay a little more in the winter months because less daylight, but I don't use as much energy in the winter. Each year electricity goes up an average of 5%, so while my neighbors have a larger bill each month, I'll be staying under $50 for a long time. Even without the rebate I would have a break even time of about 0 years, still 5 years of free energy.
Q:Is it worth installing solar panels on a house that has no South-facing roof?
The answer is NO. We can install PV solar panels to properties that are South East – South West facing. Of course it helps if you are 00% South facing but it’s not the end of the world. In fact I would say that the majority of solar panel installations across Britain are not 00% South facing.
Q:Can pluto recieve energy from solar panels?
Two problems: ) solar flux. Around Earth, we receive solar energy to the tune of 370 W/m^2 (watts per square metre). In theory, if you have a solar panel of metre by one metre and place it (in space) directly perpendicular to the rays of the sun (meaning = the panel is facing the sun perfectly), you should get 370 watts of power. In practice, the panels are never 00% efficient so that you get less. The flux (just like the intensity of light) drops as the square of the distance increases. Pluto is -- on average -- 39 times further from the Sun, therefore the flux there will be reduced by a fraction of 39^2 = 52 times 370 / 57 = 0.9 W Even with 00% efficiency, you square metre panel will produce less than one watt, once you get it out to Pluto. 2) temperature It is very difficult to built a solar panel (with all the required wire connections) that remains flexible enough at Pluto's temperatures. Temperature drops as the 4th root of the flux (or, to make it easier, the square root of the distance). sqrt(39) = 6.25 Temperature at Pluto = Temperature at Earth / 6.25 (in degrees Kelvin -- also known as Absolute Temperature) At best, temperature around here is 300 K (it is less than that, but 300 makes the calculation easier) 300 / 6.25 = 48 48 K = -225 C = -373 F wires and insulation become very brittle at these temperatures... and one watt of power flowing through the wires will NEVER be enough to warm them up (never mind running the iPod).
Q:does vibration affect solar panels?
probably not much. If you had it at an optimal angle to the sun and it vibrated out of that position then you could be loosing some efficiency.
Q:anybody got any info on solar panels for energy savings?
. Solar panels are expensive. It will be a long time before you 'save' money. 2. My sister-in-law and her family have solar panels. The put them in about 7 years ago and are still recouping the costs. 3. I'm sure that there are web sites that can give you info on solar panels. Look them up for yourself. 4. I'd give you more answers, but my hamster-powered generator needs a potty break.
Q:Electricity question about solar panels?
Watts = Volts * Amps Your heater needs at least 500 watts of AC power. The solar panel only produces about 200 watts of power ( 24volts * 8amps). Not enough to run the heater. Also, the solar panel produces DC current, not the AC current that the heater needs. However, if you had solar panel that produced enough power (watts), you could buy a transformer to turn the panel's DC output into the required AC output. But that doesn't seem like a real cost-effective plan.
Q:What kind of Solar Power panel setup do I need for this?
Unfortunately solar panels are low output,generally only 2 volt and very low amperage,so you would need to build a multi panel array with a DC-AC converter all together costing several hundred dollars which would only work during sunlight.Just roughly figuring,about $800. Plan2-Solar charger,battery bank,and DC-AC inverter so it would work 24hrs a day,also several hundred $$. Solar power does just not seem feasible(to me)in this application.By far the cheapest set up here would be an extension cord fromhouse to the bucket.260 watts per hr is a fairly lightweight draw,even not figuring the thermostat's cycling it on and off as needed.Electricity is sold in kilowatt hours(000W/hr).This bucket would use(not allowing for thermostats control lowering it)appx 6000watts or 6KW per day.Depending on your electrical cost per Kwh it would cost very little to run.(In my location appx 50cents a day) or appx the same amount as my computer(325watts total)) Note that that would be a maximum rate,and would actually be less due to thermostat cycling off and on as needed.

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