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:having problems with my homemade solar panel....?
You description is not clear as to what is supplying and what is consuming the .2, 8, and 5. volts you mention. I get that your solar panel output is .2 VDC (volts DC), but is that open circuit or under load? Also, is the charger output AC or DC? What's using 8 volts? Circuits don't selectively use a portion of the voltage supplied. They use all or nothing. Is the polarity correct from your solar panel to your MP3 player? If your MP3 player requires DC for charging and you're feeding it the correct polarity, but too high a voltage, an overvoltage protection circuit in your MP3 charging circuit might be blocking the charging current from your solar panel. Go through everything again and if you need to post another question on YA, be specific as to what you're measuring, where, and whether it's the source or load you're measuring.
Q:Question about using solar panels......?
I don't think it is enough solar power. Your motor requires .5A x 9V = 3.5 watts. The solar cells are .450A x 4V x 2ea. = 3.6 watts, .2A x .5V = .3 watts, .A x 9V = .9 watts total solar = 4.8 watts. The problem with connecting the cells in series to get the right voltage, like the two 4V cells in series with the .5 volt cell (total 9.5 volts) is that the .5 volt cell limits the maximum current to only 0.2A. If you paralleled that with the 9V cell, you would get 9 volts at 0.2 + 0. = 0.3A, too low to operate the motor at its design current and voltage. The best you could do is put the two 4V cells in series, and in parallel with the 9V cell (a blocking diode might be a good idea, but probably not required for such a small array). That way you get 8 volts at 0.55 amps.
Q:How many Watts of solar panels?
With an RV, you can find lithium bromide water chiller based refrigerators and air conditioner that run mostly on propane with just a little bit of electricity for a pump and fans. The oven, stove and heat, you can also run off propane. A Microwave is probably 750 watts but only operates for a few minutes at a time. You'll just have to go through everything item by item and figure out how many watts each one will draw and how long each will run per day to size your solar panel. Don't forget that the sun will only shine for a few hours each day. In general, for a camper, the target isn't to produce all the power you need but to slow down the drain on the battery bank to last till you get back onto the road where the engine can recharge the batteries. Keep in mind that the lithium bromide chiller systems only operate when stationary and level so some people opt for conventional electric systems just for convenience which sounds like what you're trying to do. Best way to figure out how much power each is drawing is by measuring it while in use. It may be worth it to put a meter on the battery bank and go camping one weekend with a generator or put a meter on the main circuit breaker panel and camp where power is provided, just to see what your typical use is. You're far better off running as much as possible from propane.
Q:What is the best solar panel?
your initial outlay for a solar panel is very large in terms of output.......somewhere around $4 a watt......ie you want a panel that will run a 00 watt lightbulb? $400.00 please. enough panels to collect enough energy to recharge a battery bank to run the house overnight? well, I've been doing a lot of research for my condo project in St Thomas and it comes out to 0-20,000 US $ for a bedroom apartment. Now, after about ten years you have made your investemnt back.... and there are a lot of government rebate programs that lower the cost.. what I have found is solar is nice, but depending on how far north you live you may only have 4 usable hours of light a day. you may very well be better with a wind generator.wind blows all the time after all...Bergy and SouthWest Windpower make two good small home units...start there
Q:Do they make solar panels like this?
Solar panels only put out electricity when they are in the sunlight. If you need electricity after peak solar hours, you will need a battery storage system or a connection to the grid. You can run a DC device directly off of solar panels if the device uses the same voltage and amperage that the panel puts out. Your 600W lights use a ballast that takes AC current and will not work with the typical panel. Also, a 600W light will take at least 3 high output/high efficiency panels to run, and you will need more than that if you want to store energy in batteries. You are talking at least 60 sq. ft. of solar on your roof. Aside from the power you need, you are also asking for an AC current, while most solar panels put out a DC current. This is what inverters are for. There are some newer panels that output AC, but you are still talking about a lot of PV to power your needs.
Q:Solar panels for home info?
Check out this article. Thin film panels are the latest and greatest.
Q:What is the anatomy of a solar panel?
You've probably seen calculators that have solar cells -- calculators that never need batteries, and in some cases don't even have an off button. As long as you have enough light, they seem to work forever. You may have seen larger solar panels -- on emergency road signs or call boxes, on buoys, even in parking lots to power lights. Although these larger panels aren't as common as solar powered calculators, they're out there, and not that hard to spot if you know where to look. There are solar cell arrays on satellites, where they are used to power the electrical systems. You have probably also been hearing about the solar revolution for the last 20 years -- the idea that one day we will all use free electricity from the sun. This is a seductive promise: On a bright, sunny day, the sun shines approximately ,000 watts of energy per square meter of the planet's surface, and if we could collect all of that energy we could easily power our homes and offices for free.
Q:Is using a thick cardboard backing for a solar panel ok?
No,do not use card board because your cells are quite powerful. Accident short might cause fire. Replace it with another piece of plexi-glass.
Q:how do i pick out solar panels to match my battery bank?
I don't know where you got the idea you have 8 hours of sunlight. Assuming clear skys and no dust, forest fires, clouds or other impediments, the average sunlight available in North America averages out to approx. kw/sq. meter. That's the maximum available, at midday. Multiply this be the efficiency of the cells (I assume about 0%) and it means about 00 Watts/sq m. Since you have said you have a tracking system, this works out to about 00 * .344 * 2 = 43W/h per day (per sq. meter).
Q:Would you put solar panels on your home? and why?
Why: ) It's a great technology. 2) It has low impact to the environment. Why Not: ) Initial cost is substantial. 2) solar panel technology is greatly improving. I would hold out for a few more years when you can actually use it as a sustainable source and as a replacement source and not so much a suplimentary source.

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