Silicon Polycrystalline Solar Panel 310Wp

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 310 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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Solar cell module production process

 

 In the face of the problems of global warming and natural resource depletion,solar energy has become the most important solution for our future. CNBM SOLAR takes this unavoidable responsibility to protect our environment by expanding our supply for solar products aggressively in the future. In addition to CNBM SOLAR, we devote to explore our business in Jiangyin, China. Currently, we have capacity of 700 MW in Jiangyin plant is set to be 60MW in the first stage. The combined capacity will be 1GW. The all-pervading application of solar products will definitely bring us a cleaner living environment. 

 

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 Your inquiry related to our products or prices will be replied within 24 hours. 

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Well-trained and experienced staffs to answer all your questions in fluent English. 

3. Do you accept OEM or customized design?

OEM & ODM, any your customized lightings we can help you to design and put into product.

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Distributorship are offered for your unique design and some our current models.

 

About us

We are a high-tech group wich specializes in solar products design,research, manufacture, sales,solar projects design and installation. 

Our national sales service covers seven parts, including northeast, north, east, middle, south, northwest and southwest, international sales covers five continents and over forty countries, including Germany, Italy, Spain, France, America and Brazil etc. 

 

We now provide Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Module;Thin Film Solar Module;Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Feature of our product

High conversion efficiency mono/poly-crystalline amorphous silicon solar cells 

Modules incorporate high performance bypass diodes to minimize the power drop caused by shading 

High transmittance, low-iron tempered glass 

High performance EVA resin to prevent destroying and water.

AI frame: without screw, corner connection. 8 holes on the frame can be installed easily

Good performance of preventing from atrocious weather such as wind and hails

Certifications: CE IEC TUV VDE, Class I

10 years 90% output warranty 

25 years 80% output warranty 

 

Depends on various demands from different customers, CNBM could supply any kinds of service to meet you, please feel free to contact us at any time.

 Silicon Polycrystalline Solar Panel 310Wp

 

With the company crossing the threshold of 1 GW installations in 2013 and with 700 MW installed in 2014 alone, the photovoltaic modules from CNBM SOLAR are successfully used by satisfied customers in a large number of projects all around the world – from small residential systems up to utility scale systems. On this page you will find a selection of projects in the residential, industrial / commercial and utility segments featuring CNBM SOLAR high quality mono- and polycrystalline solar modules, deployed in different countries worldwide.

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Q:solar panel installed house roof?
How does the cable wires stay on the solar panel? With wire retention clips (4 per module) that are used to wrap the wire on the underside of the module frame. The home run cables to the transition box (converts between types of wire with no electrical transformation occuring) or combiner box (joins multiple source circuits in parallel, with the positives fused for safety) are usually tied along the racking system components, and with conduit sections used as needed. Racking is another big part of the installation. Don't just make your own homemade wooden rack, as these will weather away to nothing very easily, and cause great failures. GET a professionally designed metal racking system. PV modules are EXPENSIVE. Don't let the racking system cause them to break. It also requires the inverter, if you intend it to connect to the main electric service. If using multiple inverters, you need an AC combining panelboard to join them prior to entering the main electric service. Otherwise, you need to think about how else you might be using them. If you are charging batteries, you need a charge controller.
Q:solar panels for my home.?
Check your electric bill, and see how many kilo watt hours you have been using for the last year. That will give you a clue as to how many panels you will need in the array,and how many batteries you will need, what size inverter is needed plus would you want a true sine wave or modified.And that's just for starters. But of course you might get a break from your electric Co.(Rebate) also from your state,and possibly something from the Feds. I have installed on the travel trailer a 25 watt panel($850) a 22amp.charge controller ($45) a pair of Trojan 425 watt 6 volt batteries ($300 each) and a 2000 watt inverter modified sine wave ($2000).The only thing I can not run with this set up is the A/C which requires 3000 watts of power. So as you can see your project could get very expensive. I hope this sheds enough light on the subject for you.
Q:Recycling Solar Panels?
yes they are very recyclable, and you would actually be suprised at how much you get back from them just as materials, as there are still very valuable materials in them.... Often solar shops will accept them back for at a fraction of what you paid, as they can send them back to the manufacturer who then do all the material stripping in them and recycle all the materials there. Mainly depends what type of solar panels you have.... Most probably poly-chystalline or mono-chystalline. If they are that cool blue or black psychadelic looking panel also the manufacturing make that effect is also costly so they would probably look to buying that as well.. I would ask a solar shop where it can be done as the silicon in them are still a very prescious substance..... I would definatly not throw them out or pull them apart just yet
Q:what materials would you use and how would you construct solar panels enough to run a household?
Silica based solar cells are not the kind of thing you whomp up in you basement. Here are a couple ideas for solar systems you can build and install yourself. Take a 4 x 8 sheet of /2 inch plywood. Frame sides with 2 x 4's. Screw tin cans in a staggered row (checker board) pattern inside frame. The more cans the more heat you get so place them nearly touching. Paint cans and entire assembly flat black. Cover top with glass, plexiglass (best) or heavy mill clear plastic (cheapest)Place on roof. Drill 3-4 inch holes in opposing sides. Run pipe or tubing into house. Attach to small low speed fan. The black paint will absorb sunlight and heat. The air moving through box will carry heat into house. It's a cheap efficient way to help heat your home. You can vary size and shape of box to fit your roof. If you use more than one box, hook them up in series. More boxes mean more surface area means more heat. To heat water. Take a steel tank. A car gas tank works well. It is galvanized so it won't rust, is cheap, and easily available at any auto salvage yard. But you will have to flush in throughly to remove gasoline odor. A steel 55 gallon drum is easier to work with but may cost more. Paint exterior of tank flat black. Weld/glue/clamp water pipes to tank. Place on ground in area that gets lots of sunlight. Attach water supply to tank and route discharge pipe to house or appliance. Black painted steel absorbs heat from sun light and heats water. In spring and fall you get warm to hot water. In summer you get scalding hot water and in winter you get cold to luke warm water. Both of these solar powered systems are seasonal and their output varies according to location and climate, but they are very inexpensive and easy to build and provide FREE heat and/or hot water for many years with little or no maintainence.
Q:How Solar Panel Works ?
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Q:Solar Panels for home use?
Solar is a system, not just panels. Here is a link to the pro's that do this daily. You need to do the inside of your home, before you do the outside. Only then will solar work for you.
Q:what are the parts of a solar panel?
A solar panel is just a collection of solar cells all wired up in parallel and series to provide a useful voltage. Typical solar cells only provide half a volt, maybe less, so usually you put 2 of them together to get a 6v solar panel or 24 of them to get a 2v panel. Solar cells are made in various ways, the most popular are silicon solar cells which are made with a chunk of silicon with a P-N junction in the middle and contacts on either side. When a photon of light comes in, the energy of the photon is converted to electrical energy. Individually, photons contain a tiny amount of energy, but when you have a solar cell in the sunlight, billions and billions of photons hitting it constantly create a useful amount of electrical energy. Solar panels are incredibly simple!
Q:how much do solar panels cost?
The silicon ones(last 5 to 25 years) run about $4-$5 a watt the amorphous (thin film) a little less (may last 5-0 years). If you use megawatt hour (000 kilowatt hr) a month you will need at least 3000 watts minimum. Therefore if your electric is .0 per kilowatt hr( $00 per month) the payback is around 25 years once you add the batteries plus inverters(batteries $50-$00 each)(synchronous inverter $3000 to$20000)(ie $5.00/.0=50 months at optimum output).Figure (depending where you live) probably only 50% so break even is usualy about 20 yrs.Ie you pay 20 years electric bill and hope nothing breaks(insurance not included) then you can start saveing money.
Q:can you hand make a solar panel?
Sorry, okorder.com/
Q:What is the most efficient solar panel?
Of okorder.com/... , and shop the web for the best panels for yourself. p.s. I'd avoid amorphous silicon panels. They may be cheap, but they'll go bad or seriously degrade in just a few years. p.p.s. I'd also avoid internet guides that claim you can make your own panels very cheaply, if you'll just pay them $$ for the information. Those guides don't live up to their advertising.

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