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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 250 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

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1.Structure of  Monocrystalline Solar Module for 250W Series Description

Monocrystalline Solar Module for M125-15W

High efficiency crystalline solar cell. Even if under the weak light, the solar module can produce maximum power output.

II Tempered glass (toughened glass): Anti-reflecting coating and high transmission rate glass increase the power output and mechanical strength of solar module.

III EVA and TPT: Using high quality EVA and TPT to prevent destroying and water.

IV AI frame: Without screw, rner connection. 6 holes on the frame can be installed easily.

V Junction box: Multi function junction box with water proof.

VI Long lifetime: ≥25 years; Less power decrease.

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

VIII Resisting moisture and etching effectively, not effected by geology.

IX The certificate issued by international authority: UL, TUV, IEC, CE.

2. Standard Test Conditions of Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Panel:

The opto-electrical specifications shown below are stabilized values being measured at Standard Test Conditions, Irradiance: 1000W/m2, Spectrum: AM1.5 at 25°C, The info below is subject to manufacturing tolerances. Where appropriate minutes of measurement are available and are used for the dimensioning of the installation.

Advantages of Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Panel

• CNBM Solar performance guarantees for 25 years

• 12 years guarantee for workmanship

• Timeliness of delivery

• Quality Products certified (TÜV, UL, CE, ISO)







- High effi ciency, multicrystalline silicon solar cells with high transmission and textured glass deliver a module effi ciency of up to 16.0%,

minimizing installation costs and maximizing the kWh output of your system per unit area.

- Tight positive power tolerance of 0W to +5W ensures you receive modules at or above nameplate power and contributes to minimizing

module mismatch losses leading to improved system yield.



- Tests by independent laboratories prove that Solar modules:

 Fully conform to certifi cation and regulatory standards.

 Withstand wind loads of up to 2.4kPa and snow loads of up to 5.4kPa, confi rming mechanical stability.

 Successfully endure ammonia and salt-mist exposure at the highest severity level, ensuring their performance in adverse conditions.


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Q:A good brand of solar panels for my house?
Mitsubishi panels have served us well for 3 years so far, no problems. Kyocera had a well-known problem many years ago, but they lived up to the warranty and replaced defective panels. Their current products are considred good. I like the value delivered by Suntech panels. Might be a best buy - shop around. I have not heard about any of the major brands having trouble, lately. If you're intending to connect to the grid, be cautious about used or blemished panels. While they might work fine, they usually are ineligible for rebates.
Q:Anyone have or know someone who has solar panels installed in their home? Is it worth getting?
Solar electricity is electricity, it is just coming from a clean source rather than coal or oil burning generators. The solar panels make DC power, and the inverter converts it to AC and syncs it up with the electricity you buy from the electric company, it all goes into the same pool, there is no difference between them. gr8sk8rgold - Yes, you are right, installing a large solar system on your house can cost as much as a luxury car. What's the return on investment on that car? How has that car improved the environment? People never ask what the ROI is on anything they buy for their house, except for the solar system. Not sure why. However, the return varies greatly depending on where you live. In some European countries, feed-in-tariffs made the return almost immediate. Ontario, Canada just launched a program that can make a solar system earn you money. In the USA, the federal gov't will give you a 30% tax credit on the installed cost, and some states have rebates and incentives that can pay for a large percentage of the system. If you are building a new house and roll the cost into the mortgage, it'll barely change the monthly payments. You should absolutely first invest in conservation. It is much cheaper to save electricity than to make it. For every $ you spend on conservation, that's about $4 less to spend on solar.
Q:Solar panel battery help?
I and they have deep cycle batteries exclusively made for solar panels. but in theory you should get more than one because it only takes around 4-5 volts to charge the battery and you do not want to have it that high even with a charge controller which i would also recommend getting which is like $50 on OKorder but a charge controller is used so you do not overcharge the batteries and fry them or undercharge the batteries and weaken its life it gets it just perfect. it lets the current go in and when it is charged fully nothing goes in an nothing comes out.... for a inverter the one i was going to get was $70 500 watt inverter but changes it from dc to ac...hope i helped
Q:Why do solar panels burn out?
You can search on solar panel failure mechanisms for scholarly works. Amorphous silicon thin-film panels go through an annealing, and power drops off after a couple years. This includes most of those flexible rubber mat type panels. That's why those are not used on serious installations. Serious panels intended for rooftop service generally come with a 25-year warranty, suggesting that the technology is more reliable than your washer, dryer, TV, computer, dishwasher, or water heater. One brand of panel had trouble about 0 years ago, but the manufacturer replaced all that were turned in, even paying shipping both ways. It was a problem with that particular model, not the technology. Our polysilicon panels have been on the roof for 3 years, now, and I've seen no sign of wear, yet, either electrically or mechanically.
Q:What can you tell me about rebate incentives for residential solar panels in New York state?
Enacted Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 09/9/20
Q:how do solar panels work?
Solar panels are made of a series of solar cells are an electical device that convert sun energy directly into electicity by the photovoltaic effect,which is an physic and chemical cells are made of special materials called semiconductors such as silicon,which is currently used most commonly.Basically, when light strikes the cell, a certain portion of it is absorbed within the semiconductor material.This means that the energy of the absorbed light is transferred to the semiconductor. The energy knocks electrons loose, allowing them to flow freely.This flow of electrons is a current, this current, together with the cell's voltage (which is a result of its built-in electric field or fields), defines the power (or wattage) that the solar cell can produce.
Q:Can You Choose Between Solar Panels And Aircraft Fuselage Report?
Solar Panels. Solar panels is a generic term for any semiconductor that converts solar energy to electrical energy. However there many different kinds of solar panels and constructed in different ways from different materials. There is the generic polysilicon solar panels for residential installation on one end of the spectrum. On the other end are very high efficiency (and expensive) solar cells used on the Mars Orbiter that are constructed of so called triple junction GaAs/Ge solar cells. In addition there are also the thin film solar cells that are being researched that use Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) to form junctions and make very efficient cells on very thin substrates. I would say that research into materials that can be used for solar cells is one of the hottest research fields right now. (That being said, I really did enjoy Airframe by Micheal Crithon. Whenever I'm in a plane during bad weather I always thing of the engineers that designed the plane... what assumptions did they make... what tradeoffs did they make... )
Q:Making solar panels bad for the environment?
Like any other materials, solar panels need to be manufactured. These components are usually imported, they use energy to produce and transport. However, once you install solar panels, they need little or no maintenance (except cleaning to maintain efficiency) and they use no other resources to produce power. Over their lifespan, they'll produce more energy than was used to be made, so on the whole good for the environment.
Q:I would like some info on Solar panels and Wind Generators...please?
The best sort of solar panel for $ to energy is the hot water type that use a vacuum tube system to heat your water. This saves you money on heating water and is relatively cheap to install compared to other things like wind or PV solar. I'm not too sure about where you live (I'm in the westcountry of the UK where wind energy IS viable... but usually it isn't). The best sort of Photo voltaic solar panel (that makes electricity)is still expensive yet very reliable as they only need photons to fall on them not neccessarily full sunshine and they are improving all the time. It depends on the pitch of your roof as to whether snow settles on them. One can have a system that sells power back to the national grid and then you buy what you need with a discount for what you produce. Obviously if you can afford enough panels one could even make a profit. Or you can go self-sufficient, but then you need batteries and an inverter to convert your 2 volt battery output back to 20 volts or whatever you use (it's 240 volts in the UK). Then it's a matter of how efficient your batteries are in amp hours. Dry mainainence free deep cycle batteries are best for this job and quite expensive still. Wind generators are only really practical if you can mount them high enough from the ground to where there is more constant wind. As I said that depends where you live and the prevailing winds. The very small ones are basically useless except for emergency lighting or something, so one needs a fairly large turbine to produce enough power for a modern home so planning restrictions should be considered when going down this road. For now, solar power is definitely the way to go, even as far North on this planet as Canada and the UK. Good luck. Once you have the system it's basically FREE energy!
Q:How many solar panels do you need to power a house?
Depends on the size of the house and the average number of sunny days in your location, and how careful you are with your usage. Many houses too have solar panels that only provide part of the electricity needed. A medium sized house in a sunny climate might need a 4.0 kW system, which could mean6 x 250W solar panels,a roof area of 27 sq meters.The average energy use in a sunny country like Australia is 20 kW of electricity a day. To catch that much electricity on your roof you need a 4.0 kW system. In Australia you can buy reasonable quality systems for about $2 a watt (factoring in federal government rebates). This means a 4.0 kW system might cost $8,500. This is not cheap, so it makes sense to cut down your energy use first. :)

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