CNBM Solar is a world-leading and Vertical integrated manufacturer of high-performance with Silicon,
Wafer, Cells, Modules, which convert sunlight into electricity for residential, commercial, and utility-scale
The capacity of CNBMSolar is reach to 1GW, and make sure each year our shipment capacity is more
Than 700-800MWs, at the same time, we have set up the largest solar power station with our partner
CNBM is a Quality + Service oriented company with“Excellence at Each Step” approach, composed of
the finest components from TUV and IEC-certified partners around the world, CNBM modules consistently
undergo a variety of trials at the company’s Test & Development Centre, ensuring peak performance
capabilities. The company is committed to develop and provide the world with clean and renewable energy
to ease the energy shortages as well as human kind’s impact on the environment.
1.100% A grade cell
2. Positive Tolerance
3. Super quality competitve price
4. International Standard
5. 25Years Warranty
Good Quality 185W Solar Panel
Open Circuit Voltage-Voc(V)
Maximum Power Voltage-Vmp(V)
Short Circuit Current-Isc(A)
Maximum Power Current-Imp(A)
Maximum System Voltage
Maximum Series Fuse Rating
Temperature Coefficients of Pmax
Temperature Coefficients of Voc
Temperature Coefficients of Isc
Nominal Operating Cell Temperature
Standard Testing Condition(STC)
Qualification Test Parameters
3.2mm High Transmission,Low Iron
Anodized Aluminum Alloy
3 Bypass Diodes
1*4.0mm² Length 900mm
FAQ:What's your products warranty ?
12 yrs free from defects in materials and workmanship;No less than 90% within 10yrs and no less than 80% within 25yrs
- Q:How many LED's can I hook up to my mini-solar panel?
- You need to answer that by designing circuits to provide each LED with its specific voltage and current requirements, and then see how many you can supply.
- Q:Do solar panels steal sunlight from nearby plants?
- Solar panels only intercept the light that hits them - they can't attract light rays. So, if you had your panels mounted on the ground, the area in shadow behind the panel would receive less light, making it more difficult for some plants to grow there. This would only be a problem if we start seeing massive solar farms appearing. They could potentially displace farmland or natural habitats in some of the sunny areas of the world. A panel on a roof, however, would only stop light hitting your roof tiles - no great loss!
- Q:how to power a 400 watt heater with solar panels and batteries?
- well, you need to produce 3200 watt-hours per day with your solar panels how many you need depends on the type of panel and size and how much sun you get (the energy of the rays depends on your latitude and the time of year) the amount of batteries you need again depends on your requirements and your insolation if you only need to heat when the sun is shining then you don't need any batteries at all if you want to heat for 8 hours after the sun has quit shining then you obviously need batteries to hold 3200 watt-hrs of electricity to actually size a 3200+ watt-hr solar system you need a lot more information
- Q:Why are solar panels placed on the roof of houses?
- Solar panels are placed on the roof because many times the roof has good exposure to the sun providing the roof is not blocked by trees or something else so that sufficient sunlight wouldn't be absorbed. Also the panels would more likely not get damaged on the roof opposed to being in the yard. If they were mounted on the windows, how could you see? And, the windows could easily break and then what would happen to the panels? Placing the solar panels on the floor would not be practical. A lot of sunlight is needed for the cells to produce electricity and how much goes on the floor? Most roofs are at an angle which could perhaps improve the amount of sunlight the panels would get, and roofs provide a lot of unused space. The roof is the best place. Furthermore, roof solar panels are available now to blend in better with the roof so that they are more pleasing to the eye. Even if you have a small roof, some panels could be placed there provided the roof is not blocked so that the sunlight it gets would be sufficient (about 4 or 5 hours of sunlight a day is needed). And, if you needed addition panels, they could be mounted in your yard as long as the mount was close to your power box and received sufficient sunlight. I applaud your desire to use solar panels. You could possibly save 50 - 90% on your electric bill and help your environment at the same time! A Win - Win situation!!
- Q:Why are solar panels still so expensive?
- materials and process... if they could be built in a sweatshops, by kids, in Malaysia, they'd be cheap and everyone would use them
- Q:Price and energy production of solar panels?
- so, you think that the best idea is to just keep focusing on oil and not to try to compete? EVERY CON I've talked to on here goes on and on about how green energy is a bad idea? yet, here's China, with a focused goal and actually making it happen... wonder how far we would be in the US without the cons fighting us every step of the way... how's that buggy whip business going cons? THAT'S what we mean when we say thanks to Republicans do you think green energy isn't going to happen? China's already doing it... we can either catch up, or give up... and give up has a big unempmloyment rate attached to it...
- Q:What specification of solar panel do I need?
- I okorder.com/ says they have DC to DC solutions from 2 V for most laptops.
- Q:2v about 600ma Solar Panel?
- Hey Jeff, what you're talking about is frequently referred to as a, solar battery maintainer. There are lots of places that make and sell them, I have seen them in many auto parts stores and truck stops along the freeways. Go to google and search for a solar battery maintainer, they come is sizes similar to what you are searching for, but it will be difficult to find one that is not over 4 wide. Lots of them are about the size of the top of a shoe box, maybe 2 X 6, and come with a cigarette lighter cord attached. A 2 volt model at 500 ma, or /2 amp, works out to about 9 watts, assuming the 2 volt nominal voltage panel is actually optimized for 8 volts, as most of them are. These devices are designed to sit on the dash board of your car and keep your battery charged if you leave the car for a long period of time, like at the airport for a week in the winter. They actually work for that, we've used one before. What are you planning on doing with it? Charging a battery or running a device directly? Remember if you hook it straight to a device, and the current requirements of the device are less than the available sun will develope with your panel, the voltage may climb to a level too high for your device. If you're charging a battery, this does not cause a problem. Another option is to build your own. It can be a lot of work for just one panel, I've not done it myself, but there are videos on the subject. That device in real goods is a flexible panel, known in the solar world as, Amorphous. They are still a bit experimental, the ones they made a few years ago did not hold up as well as the solid ones, and they are expensive. You can get a /2 amp maintainer for around $25. Good luck Jeff, and take care, Rudydoo
- Q:Can solar panels be connected directly to motor?
- Power supply must be a number of individual battery strings, connected in parallel and tightly packaged into components.
- Q:solar panels and calculations?
- The okorder.com The reference section has all the formulas you are looking for and there is a list of dealers by state, plus various state rebate information. Yes, you can hook up different panels to the same system. There are special controllers that regulate the voltage. I'm more of a hands on nuts and bolts guy so I can't help you with the formulas and engineering explanations. Another great place to get information is Home Power Magazine. You can get the issues online or in print. Thanks for going solar!
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