Sec 205W Monocrystalline siliconSolar Panels

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The company mainly engaged in the PV inverter, bus boxes, distribution cabinets, solar photovoltaic power plant control systems, electrical products and photovoltaic power tracking system in the development, production, sales and service.

Through independent research and technical cooperation, master of the photovoltaic power generation system as a whole solution.

 Designs and manufactures a complete series of photovoltaic power generation system products.

Designed and built experimental 100kWp photovoltaic power plants, the company has participated in several national and local PV demonstration power plant design and construction work for these projects provide a photovoltaic inverter,

mine convergence box, power distribution cabinet Photovoltaic solar power plant control systems, complete sets of electrical products.

  

Maximum Power205
BrandSECSOLAR
Cell TypeMonocrystalline 125*125 mm (5inch)
No.of Cell72(6×12)
Manufacture SiteChina
Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp)37.4V
Short-Circuit Current (Isc)5.94A
Optimum Operating Current (Imp)5.49A
Operating Temperature-40℃ to 85℃
Maximum System Voltage600V (UL) /1000V (IEC) DC
Dimensions(mm)1580*808*35
Weight(kg)14.5

 

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Q:How do solar panels work?
light from the sun hits the atoms and excites the electrons. This knocks the electrons out of the atom and then the electrons travel in a certain direction. This is the basics of electricity... flowing electrons. And so there's your direct current. I'm sure you could find out more by googling how do solar panels work
Q:Questions about solar panels?
There are several web sites you can search for and they will provide the answer on how big of a PV Solar Array you would need for your house. Several things need to be known, such as square footage of the home, how well the home is insulated, etc. The panels come in all sizes and wattage's depending upon application, so yes they should all fit on the roof. If you have a small roof get PV panels with higher wattage's. Yes, they will work in the northern latitudes but not as efficiently as near the equator. You might need more PV panels to make up the loss in power from the sun hitting at a lower angle. Generally, all you will need to do is periodically clean the glass covering of the PV Panels to get maximum sun light on the PV cells. In my region, near the 45 th parallel, a 600 square foot home with six inch insulated walls and R40 attic insulation can purchase a PV panel system for around $40,000. That includes the equipment to tie it into the power grid and the meter to measure how much you supply the grid during the day and how much you draw from the grid at night when the sun isn't shining. There are tax credits for retrofitting an existing home, but mostly it is new homes being built that are having the PV panel systems installed so the cost is added to the mortgage and the return on the investment is paid off over the life of the System (about 5 to 20 yrs.)
Q:help understanding solar panel stuff?
Solar panels turn sunlight into direct current electricity usually at 2, 24, or 36v. You could probably have a very simple system with just a panel and a few dc fans assuming that: the panels never put out more power than the fans can handle, you don't mind the fans slowing and stopping when the sunlight fades. If you want the fans running more of the time, you will need the panel hooked to a charger that charges a car/marine type battery and the fans connected to the battery. The longer the wires, the thicker they need to be (and more expensive). If you want to use AC (alternating current like your house uses) you will need an inverter (which turns DC into AC). Each device and each section of wire loses power due to inefficiency (heat produced). Contact a solar company on line, in person, or learn more.
Q:Benefits of Solar Panels?
Would that be Portland General Electric? I used to live in Beaverton. I think technology has not progressed enough for solar electric panels to be a good deal in that area. Too many clouds. If you were over in Eastern Oregon, that would be clearer. If you meant Pacific Gas and Electric, that's another story. It's a good deal in most places in California. PGE only gives a trivial rebate on panels now, but that's ok.
Q:Why are solar panels effected by operating temperature?
For water heater type of solar panel the hot panel has more radiation losses reducing the heat available to be transferred to the water. In PV panels it has got to be characteristics of the PV cells. If the conversion efficiency drops with temperature rise then only this can happen. PV=photo-voltaic
Q:Does infrared radition occur in solar panels?
- Radiation from the sun is mostly Ultra- Violet. - There are 2 types of solar panels, Solar thermal collectors and photovoltaic cells. - Put simply, photovoltaic cells take the UV rays and produce electricity. - Solar thermal collectors (which is probabl
Q:What specification of solar panel do I need?
Ive been employing the comparable photograph voltaic panels for 5 years, have flow some instances so as that they final lots longer than the roofs weve had over us. i'm coaching my young ones a thank you to construct wind turbines, because of the fact we shop having potential failiures whilst the wind blows. and recently its have been given very windy. I can charge banks of battery's and shop my place of work working from dc-ac converters.
Q:Homemade Solar Panels?
Hey David, yes, we have built plenty of them. If you are into the do it yourself world, the easiest type to build is the Batch Preheater type. What you need is an old water heater, something small, like an under counter model, 0 to 30 gallons in size. It has to be one that hasn't rusted out yet and started leaking. We stopped at a local plumbing place in town, they are always throwing out units they have removed from homes because the new owner wants a larger unit, or gas versus electric, and so on. He sold us a pretty recent model for $0. Take the water heater home, and strip off the outer metal housing and all the insualtion so all you have left is the tank. Clean it up, and paint it with black paint. Now build a wood enclosure, something the size of a dog house that your tank will fit inside of. Use a glass panel for one side of the roof. What works best is an old window pane someone is throwing out that is about the right size, then build your dog house to fit it. When it's done, put some styrofoam insulation panels around the back and side walls to keep the heat in when the sun shines on it, then mount your tank inside. Put your dog house someplace in the sun, run the cold water that normally feeds into your water heater into the tank (in the cold inlet side), then run a pipe from the outlet of the tank to your regular water heater. We have one just like this installed in the northern midwest, it works great about 7 months of the year. Usually in the summer if it's about 75 degrees outside, the water comes into the house at around 00 degrees, then the regular water heater only needs to add another 25 degrees to the water to finish it off. Since the water starts out at about 56 degrees, the solar preheater ends up doing about 65% of the work. In the winter, we simply drain the tank and lines to and from it, and route the cold water directly to the regular water heater. There are some designs on line, try googling, Batch Water Preheater. Take care, Rudydoo
Q:Making solar panels bad for the environment?
It is like running a single large power plant instead of all of us having our home small fossil fuel electricity generators. You can have better and effective environment at a single source at large scale then at smaller sources. Most would just not care much. On separate line if the solar panels were to become more common in use, industries will be efficient and environment friendly ways to make them. Thus increasing their effectiveness as good green cause.
Q:How to install a solar panel system?
If you are grid-tied, then a standard solar electric system will always feed back into the grid if you are not utilizing more power in your home than is being generated by the solar panels and inverter system. It is possible that a grid isolation device designed to prevent direct back feeding is available, but haven't heard of one in common use. New laws in most areas of the US are now mandating that utilities allow grid-tied alternative energy systems. Double-check you local laws. Sometimes you can't take the utilities word for truth--most will automatically say 'no' and will only relent when you show up with the law in hand. Unfortunately, some utilities have figured out another way to shut down alternative energy pioneers--they demand multimillion dollar insurance policies covering damage that their equipment could sustain from your little PV system. Technically, they are still in compliance with the law, they just make it impossible for a homeowner to meet their requirements. If you are getting the runaround, go to your state representative for help. It's amazing how contrite those utility people can be when a state senator (or even US Senator) has just sent a letter asking them why they are stonewalling a law-abiding and well-meaning citizen. Good luck, and don't give up!

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