Silicon Solar Monocrystalline Solar Panels 190w
Voltage at max. Power (V)
Current at max. power (A)
Series Fuse Rating (A)
1000V DC（IEC）/600V DC(UL)
Cell typical and quantity
72pcs Monocrystalline silicon（125×125mm）
60pcs Polycrystalline silicon（156×156mm）
60pcs Monocrystalline silicon（156×156mm）
- Q:What would happen if a car ran over a solar panel?
- Solar panels have tempered glass, and are tougher than they seem. On commercial buildings where the panels are flat, they have a person with a mop regularly clean them, and that person walks right on the panels. A car might crack the glass, but that could be solved by simply using stronger glass. The problem of putting a panel right in the roadway would mainly be that the cars passing over it shadow the panel constantly. On a rooftop installation, installers try to avoid even a tiny shadow from a vent pipe or overhead wire, as this has a larger effect than might be supposed. Also, road grime would quickly accumulate on the panel and reduce its efficiency. Glass would be slippery as a road surface, but that problem could be solved. Metal is slippery, too, but they make bridges out of it. EDIT: To clarify, I meant serious solar panels in the first paragraph. The hobby type that they sell at Radio Shack or Harbor Freight are fragile.
- Q:what is the best way to go solar?
- is your place has enough wind or sunshine ? the turbine is not easily for maintenance. the solar panel is more stable, one broken panel willl not affect the whole system much
- Q:Is there anyone trying to create a cheaper and more efficient solar panel?
- Solar panels are one of the hottest areas in materials research today - from basic science to applied production techniques. There have been major strides in thin-film manufacturing technique as well as silicon technology. There's not a lot of hype about it because solar panel manufacturers don''t really need to advertise yet - they are selling at factory capacity with demand for more. Standard silicon solar panels now sell for around $3 a watt, and grid parity is expected within 5 years. Reference is to the MIT Technology Newsletter, which runs several articles a month on new solar tech.
- 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!
- Q:im trying to power up a cell phone and laptop with a solar panel.?
- Oh, i could hate that!! i'm continually having to locate a marvelous sufficient spot to apply my photograph voltaic calculator, very stressful. Dimly lit would not keep it going. i could somewhat have a reliable, rechargeable battery. Now, photograph voltaic backup may be high quality. you will desire to touch Nokia and tell them approximately it. possibly they're going to call the telephone once you!
- Q:Any tips for protecting my solar panel from high winds?
- Solar panels are a costly and significant investment. Therefore, protecting them from harm should be a top priority. Unfortunately, moisture and water are common ways for solar panels to become damaged or broken. Safekeeping solar panels from both of these threats is a simple, inexpensive procedure, and doing so might save the solar panel owner a bundle if carried out correctly Instructions : Set a thick strip of silicone between each cell when putting the solar panel together, in order to prevent moisture seepage. 2: Use Plexiglas instead of glass as the face of your solar panel. Plexiglas is less liable to break and therefore safe from hailstorms or accidents. 3: Glue adhesive silicone to each side of your solar panel(s), adding additional sealant and protection from water to your commodity. :)
- Q:Solar panels require big initial investment, how can I check if the money I save will be more than that?
- you have a really good formula for figuring out what you will save. as long as you dont live the the arctic during the winter months you should be fine! this investment will definitely pay off in the long run and help the environment. just like the other guy said, the utility company would have to pay you back any excess energy you produce that you dont use! you can calculate how much your average electric bill is and then compare by how much you would be saving. you can multiply the number by 5 and 0 years and so on to see how much you would save ultimately! this is a great way to save your own money and never have to be dependent on the electric company again! yes you will definitely need a battery to hold a charge for overnight use good luck!
- Q:Question about home solar panel systems?
- That would have to be in that instant of time or they would say kilo watt hours or KWH for short. But being the sun doesn't shine at the same intensity over any given hour you couldn't say a solar panel rated at 2.4KW would produce 2.4KWH of electric in a given hour. The power produced would have to vary as clouds passed over head. The power would also be reduced on days of heavy overcast or rain/ snow.
- Q:Where can I get free solar panels?
- If they're just to be used as an example, go around your neighborhood, and find a yard with solar yard lights. Then ask the owner whether you might borrow one or two. If they say no, move on and find another house. I'm pretty sure someone will say yes, after you explain what it's for. They will trust you, because you could have just stolen the lights, but instead asked. Option B is to have your parents take you to Fry's Electronics, and purchase a solar item, like a motion detector light, or even a standalone solar panel. As long as you don't mess up the box, you should be able to return it later for credit. But that's borderline dishonest, because you never intended to keep the merchandise.
- Q:Designing 3d Solar Panels?
- I don't know anything about the 3D thing. You cannot get more energy out, than goes in. Energy will only hit the mirrors. With some loss of efficiency they would reflect a focused beam into the chamber, where with some more losses would reflect it to the solar panels. It would be more efficient just to expose all the panels to sunlight.
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