Solar Home System CNBM-K4 Series 300W Solar Panel

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Material: Amorphous Silicon Max. Power(W): 300 Number of Cells(pieces): 0

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 1.Description of the Solar Panel

Solar Home System CNBM-K4 Series 300W Solar Panel

CNBM Solar's photovoltaic module is designed for designed for large electrical power requirement. It is the optimal choice for both on-grid and off-grid power systems. CNBM Solar offers high performance of power per square foot of solar array. 

 

2.Characteristics  of the Solar Panel

  

                      Inverter

 

 

 

 

 

                      Inverter

Rated load power1000W
Outout wavePure sine wave
Input voltageDC 24V
Output voltageDC 12V    AC  220V
Output frequency50HZ/60HZ
Precision of output frequency±6%
                      Solar panelPmax150W*2PCS
Vmp18V*2
Imp8.34A
ChargerCharger voltage & current24V/20A
BatteryCapacity12V80AH*2PCS
Power boxSpary paint iron box, with input, output, ammeter, volmeter, master switch and so on.

Electrical loads in Winter (For Consult)Electrical loads in Summer (For Consult)
Name of LoadPower(W)QuantityWorking Time per Day(H)Working DaysName of LoadPower(W)QuantityWorking Time per Day(H)Working Days
Color TV80W133 daysColor TV80W151.5 days
Radio15W133 daysRadio15W261.5 days
lamp11W253 dayslamp11W121.5 days

3.Package Data of the solar Panel

 

PartSize(L*W*Hmm)Weight(kg)        20'(pcs)         40'(pcs)
Power box580*520*54060

       

 

        84Sets

        

 

         200Sets

Solar panel1500*700*9024
Battery270*340*22050

4.Applications of the Solar Panel

1.Small power supply

2.transportation

3.Family power of lamps and lanterns

 

5.IMages of the Solar Panel

 

Solar Home System CNBM-K4 Series 300W Solar Panel

Solar Home System CNBM-K4 Series 300W Solar Panel

Solar Home System CNBM-K4 Series 300W Solar Panel

 

FAQ

1. Q: Do you have your own factory?

    A: Yes, we have. Our factory located in Jiangyin city, jiangsu province.

2. Q: How can I visit your factory?
    A: Before you take off from your country, please let us know. We will show you the way,or arrange time to pick you up if possible.
3. Q: Do you provide free sample?
    A: Usually we do not offer free sample

4. Q: Could you print our company LOGO on the nameplate and package?

    A: Yes, we can do that.

 

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Q:how to make your own solar panels?
if you want to make a photovoltaic panel from scratch, its extremely difficult, comparable probably to making integrated circuits. just buy a factory built panel solar-thermal is much easier
Q:Where are the best places to put solar panels?
Photovoltaic panels are designed to be put on a roof, exposed (obviously) to sun, but also rain, snow, and wind. Generally, there is even a rating for something like hail. A good mounting system will be stronger than the underlying roof, so will withstand most anything short of a direct hit by a tornado or hurricane. There are a few panels from the 70's (that's the 970's) still in operation, I believe. They look horrible, but are still producing a little electricity. Since then, housings have improved, and panels generally have a 25-year warranty today (some cheap ones are 20-year warranty).
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:How much does it cost to put solar panels on a house? ?
The most cost-effective solution, which the vast majority of new installs use today, is solar alongside the regular power company. That way, you need no batteries, and if the solar array isn't producing enough at any given time, you draw from the electric company. When the array is producing more than you need, instead of just throwing that power away, the power company buys it (usually). In short, yes, you will still have an electric bill, but a smaller one. On our house, the electric bill was a little less than $5 a month, with an end-of-year settlement of an additional $2. How much does it cost? Unfortunately, that's like asking how much personal transportation costs. Some people need a van to transport the kids to soccer, some may get by with a motorcycle, others may need only a bicycle. The best thing is to contact a professional installer to get a quote based on your location and electrical usage. Solar electric does not make financial sense in all areas. Our array cost $2,000 but don't use that as a guide. Yours might be 0 times that, or half that, depending on your area and needs.
Q:How do you install solar panels?
There are different solar panels for different uses For a domestic home it all depends on how much electricity you are going to use per month or per year For a normal use home (2 adults, 2 children) I presume one need to install a panels that would produce about4 to 5000 Kilo wats of energy per year Based on the type and the out put of the panels the suppler and the person who is advising you will guide you how many panels you will be requiring to install Take a professional help They are better informed and also knowledgeable
Q:I need a lightweight form fitting solar panel with the best power potential?
Q:SOLAR PANEL ENERGY! HOW DOES IT WORK?
The sun produces energy. When that sunlight hits most surfaces, it causes that surface to heat up. When the sunlight hits some other surfaces, instead of heat, the result reaction is electricity charges. Some of those surfaces are certain types of silicon, which is what solar panels are made of. The electricity produced is DC electricity. It is then funneled to charge a battery, where it can be stored. If need be, it is passed through a inverter, which changes it to the AC power that we use for our appliances.
Q:solar panels disconnected from battery?
Know that solar panels almost always incorporate a blocking diode to prevent a battery from back-feeding through an un-illuminated panel. Know that solar panels are usually connected to a battery via an electronic switching charge controller, not directly connected. Know that when a solar panel is open-circuited (disconnected from everything) it's terminal voltage will rise to almost twice it's nominal voltage. (22V is common for a 2V panel), unless it is stored in total darkness.
Q:do solar panels have to be in direct sunlight?
You're going to suffer a loss of output if you do.  How much depends on your exact conditions. Standard window glass (which I assume you want to use) loses light through both absorption and reflection.  It also retains heat.  Silicon PV panels use special low-iron glass (without the green tinge) to minimize absorption, and some have anti-reflective coatings.  They also lose output as the temperature goes up, and a window in front will retain heat. If your panel is behind a window with panes, it may suffer a serious loss of output due to selective shading of some cells in a string (the panel needs all cells in light to produce electricity). So yes and no.  You can put a solar panel behind a window and it will work, but not as well (perhaps very poorly); how much you lose depends on the particulars.
Q:information on solar panels?
A decent installation needs a solar engineer to make sure the panels are aligned to take advantage of all the solar it can get. that or You need to hit the books on solar radiation. online I would try different programs to get the feel. we get less solar radiating in the winter then in the summer. this needs to correctly compensated.

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