Solar Charger--Portable Mobile Phone For 5000Mah Mobile

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Solar Charger Description

With built-in high-capacity lithium-polymer rechargeable batteries, The solar power bank can recharge your Tablet ,mobile phones, digital cameras, PDA, MP3, MP4 and other digital products anywhere and anytime. With standard Micro USB and variety of converters configuration, its appearance small and compact aluminum alley design, make you easy to carry, show your elegance and fashion.


Advantages of our Solar  Power Bank

 1. Fashion design and fit for worldwide market.

 2. Emergency use with high conversion rate. 

 3. Super waterproof/dust-proof/shock-proof/skip-proof function. 

 4. Rubber paint surface process with comfortable hand feeling 

 5. Imported monocrystalline solar panel from Taiwan, high efficient absorption of sunlight. 

 6. Environmentally friendly silica gel and ABS + PC materials. 

 7. Adopt for environmental Li-Polymer battery. 

 8. Fit for  smart phone, Camera,GPS,Ipad,Mp3/4,Bluetooth headset.


Capacity

5000mAh

Weight

97g

Output

5v-1A

Input

5v-1A

Socket type

usb

Color

black

Cycle life

≥500times

Shell material

ABS+PC+rubber

Packing details

paper box

Internal batteries

Lithium polymer battery 

support for

Any smart phone and digital camera products

Accessories

A micro charging cable and 2 led lights+ power marquee

Certifications

CE, RoHs, FCC

Delivery details

Sample in 3-7days, mass products in 15-30 days

MOQ

500Pieces

Solar Charger--Portable Mobile Phone For 5000Mah  Mobile

Solar Charger--Portable Mobile Phone For 5000Mah  Mobile

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1, What’s price per product ?

A: It’s depends on the quantity, delivery date and payment terms of the order. We can talk further about the detail price issue. Our products is high quality with lower price level.

2, How to make payment?

We accept T/T or L/C.

3, What is your lead time?

Generally 1-3 weeks depends on the order quantity and your specific requirements.

4, Can you do OEM for us?

Yes, we can.

5, How do you pack your products?

We have rich experience on how to pack the panels to make sure the safety on shipment when it arrives at the destination.


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Q:How to connect solar panels?
Okay okorder.com/... That metal strip up top is negative, if you turn it around and look on the back you will see another metal strip there which would be positive. When it comes to wire, I use 24awg audio wire I got from radio shack, they only have solid wire at this gauge at my local radio shack but stranded is preferable. Solar cells are super fragile too so you're going to want to be extra careful. I then take a length of stripped wire and lay it over the silver tab, I hold it in place with some electrical tape at each end. Here is where experience comes into play, you can't use just any solder when making these connections. Well, you can but it takes a hell of a lot more time and effort to get it right. Make sure to use 96/4 silver-bearing solder. I'm not sure why but 60/40 solder does not adhere very well to the cell and usually the soldering iron has to stay on the cell for far too long which ends up discoloring it. If you need help on how to solder send me a message, you need to know how to properly tin the iron, since this is such a meticulous and unforgiving soldering job.
Q:Can I join 5 or more solar panels into line to the battery bank. I don,t have a regulator connected, just st?
You can do this, but it isn't the best way to go. There is no problem with joining the solar panels. There are two ways to do this, in series and in parallel. A series combination will add the voltages that each panel is producing together, but not the amperages. For example, if five panels are producing 6V at 300mA each, the end result will be 30V at 300mA for a series array. A parallel combination combines the amperages of all the panels, but not the voltages. So, in our earlier example, five panels at 6V and 300mA would provide 6V and 500mA (.5A) if wired in parallel. Series-parallel combinations are also possible, giving some of the benefits of each method. This would probably better understood by doing a quick search on Google Images for series, parallel, and series-parallel. You CAN connect the solar panels directly to your battery bank with no regulator. Unfortunately, without a regulator, the connection is two-way. When the sun is out and the solar panels are producing more voltage than the batteries, the batteries will charge. However, when the panels are producing less voltage than the batteries, the batteries will instead send power into the solar panels, which will be dissipated and wasted. The panels may charge your batteries during the day, but they will discharge them at night.
Q:I'm have a DIY solar panel and wanted to use micro inverters?
It won't work for several reasons. ) Enphase needs 24V modules, you made 8V ones. The voltage is too low to turn it on. 2) Only UL listed (or similar lab) panels are allowed to be connected to your house electrical system. Even if you did get them to work with the Enphase, you won't be able to get the system inspected, there is no way it would be allowed to be turned on by the electrical inspector nor the electric company. 3) If you got by obstacles and 2, and you had an electrical fire in your house, it is highly likely your insurance company would not pay you for it, as you used non-UL panels. DIY panels are fine for little back yard projects, but when it comes to your home, buy real ones. The price has dropped so much in the last 2 years, it's not worth it to mess around.
Q:Why do people use solar panels?
I doubt the immediate economy has much to do with it. Solar panels require long-term investment, so in hard times, someone having trouble making ends meet is not going to be buying solar panels, when they could be buying food. It's like if someone has a gas guzzler, if they get laid off, they're not going to spend their savings on a new, fuel efficient car, even if it saves money in the long term. However, it's generally the more wealthy that install solar, and they're not impacted as much by a slow economy. Human nature being what it is, I doubt many people install solar to save the planet. There will be some, but I suspect most are interested in the long-term financial savings. I'm kind of unusual, in that our panels are break-even financially at best. The main reason I put them up was for the fun of learning and doing it.
Q:What does solar panel power?
The first thing to understand is that there is nothing complex about a solar panel. It is nothing more than a collection of solar or PV cells on a board that is fitted to the most appropriate part of your home, generally on the roof. There are guides out there that teach you how to build a solar panel and a windmill for just $50, and it’s very easy to make. Best of all, you can save 70% or more on your energy bill, adding up to thousands of dollars each year in savings. I reviewed both free guides and paid guides and have come up with our top to Build your own solar panels.
Q:Polycrystalline solar panels are good or single crystal solar energy is good
From the cost of production, than the monocrystalline silicon solar cells to be cheaper, easy to manufacture materials, saving power consumption, the total cost of production is low, so get a lot of development. In addition, the polysilicon solar cell life than monocrystalline silicon solar cells shorter. From the performance and price ratio, monocrystalline silicon solar cells also slightly better.
Q:Solarcity free solar panels?
Remember, if it sounds to good to be true, it usually is .
Q:there can i get dc solar panels for out side lights?
They make lights that have solar panels built into them. Due to the solar cell, they can sense when it gets dark and thus switch on the light automatically. Look at Northern Tool or Harbor Freight web sites for ideas.
Q:What kind of Solar Power panel setup do I need for this?
Unfortunately solar panels are low output,generally only 2 volt and very low amperage,so you would need to build a multi panel array with a DC-AC converter all together costing several hundred dollars which would only work during sunlight.Just roughly figuring,about $800. Plan2-Solar charger,battery bank,and DC-AC inverter so it would work 24hrs a day,also several hundred $$. Solar power does just not seem feasible(to me)in this application.By far the cheapest set up here would be an extension cord fromhouse to the bucket.260 watts per hr is a fairly lightweight draw,even not figuring the thermostat's cycling it on and off as needed.Electricity is sold in kilowatt hours(000W/hr).This bucket would use(not allowing for thermostats control lowering it)appx 6000watts or 6KW per day.Depending on your electrical cost per Kwh it would cost very little to run.(In my location appx 50cents a day) or appx the same amount as my computer(325watts total)) Note that that would be a maximum rate,and would actually be less due to thermostat cycling off and on as needed.
Q:Numbers behind Solar Panels?
For comparison, 36 of these make a normal 2V x 50W panel. Note they are not tabbed. This means you have to find a way to connect them yourself. The tabs are probably spot welded on by the suppliers. A supplier below has kits of these with tabs, as needed to connect them together. These are not suitable for grid connect, because the higher voltage needed makes do it yourself panels a dangerous and litigious thing to have on your roof. Maybe you could buy a smaller pack from the link below to compare tabbed and untabbed and work out what to do. Your power calculation is a bit incorrect because the sun is only present some of the time. The 36 cell module would produce 50W when square on to the full sun. The sun may be out for around 2h a day in some places and times of the year. However it is the equivalent of 5h full sun, because of the changing angle throughout the day. Look this up on the internet for your region. Temperate zones may be a lot less. One pack in your link is 36x3 = 08 cells. Thus 50W per pack x 5h a day gives 750Wh per day and 274KWh/y. In reality it will always be less because of regions, weather, clouds, dust, inefficiencies, aging of cells.

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