Solar Energy,Solar Power Panel,Alternative Energy

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 65 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Panel (60-65W)
•  10 years 90% output warranty
•  20 years 80% output warranty
• 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 encapsulate 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 UL, Class I


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Q:environmental benefit of solar panels?
I'm okorder.com/ I hope this gives you some insight and at least a start. Enjoy.
Q:Sankey Diagram for a Solar Panel?? HELP!!?
Not very helpful for my needs. I presume you work for one of the mega rich electrical companies. You must be a fun person to share adrink with. I ll provide the drink. At the witches bar. Hemlock i think. .................
Q:How to connect or use Solar Power Panels?
You will need help with this. Panels may or may not be 24 volt. If you can find a name tag, you can find out from the manufacturer's web site. Some folks hook them all in parallel. Mine are in series, to create 480 volts. the reason for going to higher voltage is to reduce power loss in the wiring. Even then, I used a wire size larger than recommended. The frames want to be interconnected, and wired to ground. The live conductors connect through disconnect switches to an inverter. The inverter is sized to the output of the panels. Where the utility allows net metering, the inverters are connected through a disconnect switch to the grid, which of course also feeds the house. Assuming you are on the grid, you will not need batteries. If outages severely impact you, you can have batteries. Counting against them is that they are costly, and use part of the power you generate, just to keep them charged. If you have batteries, it is usually best to rewire circuits so noncritical circuits are disconnected during outages. Leaving perhaps minimal lighting, fridge, freezer and critical medical circuits. Learn all you can from the Internet (try solar panels), and from the green search box above. Be sure to see if your state has a rebate program, and the conditions which it requires.
Q:how much power do i need from my solar panels?
Very simple. Look at your bills from the past year and calculate how much power you used and see what you need to cover that usage. How are we supposed to know how much power you use? Maybe you live in a bdrm trailer or a 6000 sg ft house with 20 kids. Oh and remember a few things. There is more to ' going off the grid ' than just solar panels. When the panels work depends a lot on your climate. They kind of suck on cloudy days or if you live in the artic with 6 months of darkness.Also , you need an area for the (not so cheap) storage batteries. Learn to live by cooking with gas or wood as hydro is limited , so is heat. How do you plan on heating your home /water/ refrigerators and freezers? Off the grid means a lot of compromise. Even the amount of time you can spend on the computer asking these questions. You may be limited to no more than hr per day. Off the grid also includes removing any electronic influence. No cell phones , tv (cable/sat) internet. Grow your own food and live off the land. The amount of solar panels you would need to maintain even a current lifestyle as most of us know it would probably require at least /2 acre and the cost would take at least 5-25 yrs to recover. You really need to spend more time into looking at what the cost versus return is. Like I said before. Look at what you use and see what it takes to get that from your panels. You will be shocked. Currently the panels are very good. But they cannot produce what the average home needs per day every day, they are support systems. Much like a fire place. Now they are nice to have and are very efficient. 50 yrs ago you used to toss in 2-3' logs about 6 around into the only heat source in your home. A fireplace. And it sucked more cold air into the house than the heat it produced. History has a way of repeating itself. This stuff was out almost a decade ago, they just didn`t have batteries then
Q:Is anyone using small solar panels in their home with any practical results?
I have an active solar heater on my roof. During the winter it comes in handy and heats the house, though we still need to use a gas heater to get the temperature up to a comfortable level.
Q:Cost and energy generated by solar panel?
A little more than 0 watts per square foot, so that size panel would generate 250 watts under ideal conditions, which is noon on a sunny but not too hot day, near the equator. That's about /3 horsepower, or the same power as a man working hard. That is larger than needed to keep the battery of the car charged, unless you plan to run a laptop or something off it at night. The power is also too small to power the car for driving. If it's an electric car, you could get maybe another 2 miles per day out of the car, again, under ideal conditions. An RV store might have an idea of how much installation would cost. They would be accustomed to solar panels for RV's, but probably not small cars. A panel of that size would cost perhaps $500-800 just for the panel.
Q:Can you overload solar panels with too much light?
Solar panels do not wear out the way machinery does. The semiconductors used give up electrons by receiving photons, and do not experience a net deficit of particles. However, if you placed a heat source such as a heat lamp too close to a solar panel, you could damage the panel by overheating it, which would denature the semiconductors or cause damage by scorching or melting. The problem would be the heat, not the light. Solar panels do have a finite life expectancy, though it is several decades under normal circumstances. The panels will eventually become scratched, warped, and dented. The electrical conductors will eventually be broken by metal fatigue as the panels heat and cool on a daily basis. So they will die of old age, but they don't wear out in an electrochemical sense.
Q:SOLAR PANELS (sun enerjy)?
Solar panels have been expensive, and not $00,000 about 30 to 50. There are new technologies that are just coming on line which supposedly reduce that for the same output by /2 to 2/3's which will, when these become widely available finally become practical, with tax breaks and incentives for the majority of people, either in their homes or businesses. I believe there are some panels that position the panels in such a way that you can buy a hot water collector under the photovoltaics and will produce hot water as well.
Q:selling solar panels online - a good idea?
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Q:How many solar panels do you need on your house to power your heater in winter?
Lets assume the panels are 00 Watt panels. You would need 50 panels to just provide power for the heating maybe 2-4 hours a day on nice sunny days. Get the picture? Remember the rating on a panel is peak power when the sun is at just the right position. Solar panels are not normally a good system for heat or air conditioning. They simply get much to large and expensive, and are not reliable because the sun does not always shine. If you are in an area where the electric company will purchase any power you do not use and give you a credit, then you can build a system much larger than you need in the spring and fall and might be able to produce enough during these periods and get a credit. You then use the credits in the winter for heat and in summer for cooling. This requires a detailed study of your uses all year, then designing a system that produces enough to cover your yearly KWH load. It will probably be very expensive, but many are using taxpayer dollars subsidies and electric company rebate programs to make these system more cost-effective. You would need to check your local area utility company.

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