Polycrystalline Solar Panels 160W With High Efficiency

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 160 Number of Cells(pieces): 38

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Introduction of  Poly solar panels CNBM

Polycrystalline  Solar Panels 160W With High Efficiency

CNBM Solar photovoltaic (PV) Panel is designed for large electrical power requirements. It is the optimal choice for both on-grid and off-grid power systems. CNBM Solar panel offers high performance of power per square foot of solar array. Monocrystalline silicon(c-Si): often made using the Czochralski process. Single-crystal wafer cells tend to be expensive, and because they are cut from cylindrical ingots, do not completely cover a square solar cell module without a substantial waste of refined silicon. Hence most c-Si panels have uncovered gaps at the four corners of the cells.

 Polycrystalline  Solar Panels 160W With High Efficiency

Feature

1.Solar Cell : High efficiency crystalline solar cell. Even if under the weak light, the solar module can produce maximum power output.

2.Tempered glass (toughened glass): Anti-reflecting coating and high transmission rate glass increase the power output and mechanical strength of solar module.

3.EVA and TPT: Using high quality EVA and TPT to prevent destroying and water.

4.Long lifetime: ≥25 years; Less power decrease.

5.Resisting moisture and etching effectively, not effected by geology.

6.The certificate issued by international authority: UL, TUV, IEC, VDE, CE.

 

Specification

Characteristics of  Poly solar panels CNBM

Max Power Voltage Vmp(V) 

30.3

30.8

31.1

31.4

31.85

Max Power Current Imp(A)

7.60

7.64

7.73

7.81

7.85

Open Circuit Voltage Voc(V)

36.1

36.6

37

37.3

37.68

Short Circuit Current Isc(A)

8.50

8.55

8.65

8.75

8.85

Max Power Pm(W)

230W

235W

240W

245W

250W

 

Temperature Coefficient of Cells Poly solar panels CNBM

NOCT 

45 ± 2

Temperature Coeffucients of Isc (%/)

 0.0492

Temperature Coeffucients of Voc (%/)

-0.3374

Temperature Coeffucients of Voc (%/)

-0.4677

 

Mechanical Data of Poly solar panels CNBM

Dimension 

1638 ×  982 × 40 mm

Weight

19.5 kg

No. of Cells and Connections

60 (6 ×10)

Tolerance

0 ~ + 5 W

Cell

Monocrystalline Cell 156 × 156 mm

Packing

624 Pcs/40ft(H) Container

 

Limits of Poly solar panels CNBM

Operating Temperature

-40 to +85

Storage Temperature

-40 to +85

Max System Voltage 

1000VDC(IEC) / 600VDC(UL)

 

Guarantees of Poly solar panels CNBM

Products Guarantee

12 yrs free from defects in materials and workmanship

Performance Guarantee

No less than 90% within 10yrs and no less than 80% within 25yrs

Certificates 

TUV(IEC61215&IEC61730),VDE(IEC61215&IEC61730),UL,CE

 

Packaging Information

Package:26pcs/box

Quantity:1 box/pallent

Loading Capacity:952pcs/40ft

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Q:Do solar panels shine/have luster? Please help me. Easy ten points!?
The problem with solar panels is that they often come with textured glass. This makes that the reflected light is scattered +/-0°. Therefore the 0.5° sun-disk small as it aprears in the sky will be blown up 40 times to a 20° reflection disk on solar panels. Find more information on zehndorfer.at/en/glaringsurvey Only a glaring survey can tell you exactly when and where you have to expect a dazzling effect.
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Q:Want to power this with solar panels?
You won't get very far with THAT lash-up. First of all.. WHY would you want to use diodes to drop the voltage.. they DRAW CURRENT and that is something you don't have to spare. That draw of 4.5v@0.66A (660 ma) comes out to just under 3 watts. You DO KNOW that you can get that 4.5 Volts by driving a NAIL into the THIRD CELL in a 6 Volt wet cell battery... right? and for what you are doing, you have more current available with a 6 volt battery than a 2 volt battery. Anyway, you could use two 6 Volt batteries and tap them at the 4.5 volt point then tie them in parallel, but you could still use the 6 volt solar panel to charge them. Trying to use an inverter is just an exercise in futility.. With TWO of the LARGEST DEEP CYCLE BATTERIES you can buy at AutoZone running in Parallel and being charged by solar panels.. if you hook a 75 watt inverter to them, they will go flat in about 4 hours of use during the night. This is not rocket science. Back when cars were changing over from 6 volts to 2 volts, I powered up more than one 6 volt car radio off a 2 volt battery... when you grow up as poor as I did.. you get inventive. I later used the same trick on the 24 volt electrical systems the Jeeps were using, to power up clandestine repeaters in places where no repeaters should have been. About 25 years ago I was living in the Denver area and built up a 0 watt 2 meter repeater on a split channel and took it up to Mt. Evans during the summer and hid it in a pile of rocks. I used tone control, so we were the only ones using it and, as I said, It was a split channel.. so it wasn't on a regular repeater channel. That thing was still running when I moved from the Denver area about 3 years later and for all I know, It's still up there on Mt. Evans (find the Brittlecone Pines and look towards that small peak about a mile to the west)
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Q:Anyone have or know someone who has solar panels installed in their home? Is it worth getting?
Solar electricity is electricity, it is just coming from a clean source rather than coal or oil burning generators. The solar panels make DC power, and the inverter converts it to AC and syncs it up with the electricity you buy from the electric company, it all goes into the same pool, there is no difference between them. gr8sk8rgold - Yes, you are right, installing a large solar system on your house can cost as much as a luxury car. What's the return on investment on that car? How has that car improved the environment? People never ask what the ROI is on anything they buy for their house, except for the solar system. Not sure why. However, the return varies greatly depending on where you live. In some European countries, feed-in-tariffs made the return almost immediate. Ontario, Canada just launched a program that can make a solar system earn you money. In the USA, the federal gov't will give you a 30% tax credit on the installed cost, and some states have rebates and incentives that can pay for a large percentage of the system. If you are building a new house and roll the cost into the mortgage, it'll barely change the monthly payments. You should absolutely first invest in conservation. It is much cheaper to save electricity than to make it. For every $ you spend on conservation, that's about $4 less to spend on solar.
Q:question about Solar Panels?
Assuming that you have / will upgrade wiring sizes to carry the extra wattage, that the new total wattage resulting from the addition doesn't overload any existing charge controller, diodes and / or inverter you have installed, then paralleling it straight into one of the other 2 volt groups should do nothing but add current to the system. True, it will be somewhat imbalanced, but it will work. Your other options would be to reconfigure everything down to it's native 2 V configuration which will raise current and lower voltage, with the additional panel creating the additional current to raise the wattage or to put it in series with the other 4 panel clusters so that you would get 36 V and additional current to account for the raised wattage. One last approach might be to set it up on another battery bank of it's own (small and at 2 V) to then connect to the same inverter. You'd be getting more power and storage capability that way, sort of a partial backup system, really, that will take some of the load off the other components to help extend their useful lives and get a bit more flexibility into it as well. The choice is yours here. That is all the ways that the system can be connected in, assuming everything in the first sentence checks out;-) It's difficult to make a recommendation without knowing what other components are in use and what the maximum ratings they carry are. Just remember that parallel connections add current and voltage stays the same, series connections add voltage and the current remains the same and you can figure out what to do with this thing to help you if you stay within maximum ratings for the charge controller, diodes and / or inverter involved. Good luck and stay safe!
Q:Solar-Cell-panel help please?
I hope this will help you choose your charge controller / battery charger more effectively. Good luck!
Q:where does the solar energy go to when it hits the solar panel?
Energy is conserved, meaning that no energy is lost. It has to go somewhere. So for solar panels, the main energy is electricity. The current that is produced by all of those silicon wafers is usually stored in DC batteries. Some of the energy from the sun is transferred into heat. Perhaps a Mechanical Engineer can better answer if any very minute expansion occurs from the sun. I would guess negligible.

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