Solar Home System CNBM-K9 Series 10KW Solar Panel

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Material: Amorphous Silicon Max. Power(W): 10000 Number of Cells(pieces): 0

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 1.Description of the Solar Panel

Solar Home System CNBM-K9 Series 10KW 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 power10KW
Outout wavePure sine wave
Input voltageDC 220V
Output voltage AC  220V
Output frequency   50HZ
Precision of output frequency±0.04HZ
                      Solar panelPmax200W*55PCS
Vmp26.84V*11
Imp7.45A*5
Charger controllerCharger voltage & current220V/50A
BatteryCapacity12V150AH*18*2PCS
Supportaluminum11PCS/SET*5
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 TV80W253 daysColor TV80W361.5 days
Fridge180W183 daysFridge180W181.5 days
lamp11W453 dayslamp11W481.5 days
Computer150w253 daysComputer150W251.5 days
Heater1200W243 daysAir-conditioner1500W351.5 days

3.Package Data of the solar Panel

 

PartSize(L*W*Hmm)Weight(kg)        20'(pcs)         40'(pcs)
Power box500*550*1500140

       

 

        6pcs

        

 

         8pcs

Solar panel1482*992*40450
Battery1100*520*650*41100

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-K9 Series 10KW Solar Panel

Solar Home System CNBM-K9 Series 10KW Solar Panel

Solar Home System CNBM-K9 Series 10KW 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:so what do you all think about solar panels? are they worth it?
Current commercially available photovotaic panels are about 5% efficient. The current record in the laboratory is 42.8%. There are designs expected to achieve 65% on the drawing board. It's like investing in low interest rate bonds. If you just wait a couple of years and then invest, you will make more money simply because you would then have higher interest rates. Likewise with solar panels, if you just wait a few years then because they will be so much more efficient, you'll get a better return over the life of the panels.
Q:questions about solar panels for residential use?
If you're in a sunny area, and the cost of electricity is high, solar panels can be worth it. But it's not a big moneymaker, it's something that pays back over long timeframes. We live in northern California, and our system is about break even, but that's because our electricity usage was low to begin with. If you want to see our system, look at the web page in my profile. Are panels worth it in your area? The only way to know for sure is to find a local installer in your phone book, and then ask for local references. If you can't find a local installer, that's a clue, and if they can't give you any references that are nearby, that's another clue. The panels don't actually store energy, the energy is sold back to the power company when what you produce is more than you consume, driving the meter backwards. Again, this is not a big moneymaker, and in fact, it may be impossible to make a profit, depending on your local laws.
Q:Solar Panel and Wind Power?
If you are in the desert and near the equator you will need fewer panels than if you live in a rain forest or Alaska. If you live in a wind tunnel with consistent strong wind, you will have better results than if you live where there often is a lull in the wind and changes of direction of the wind. If you already pump your water by hand, generate your own electricity by cycling using your legs, and go to bed whenever it gets dark out, you might make it. But if you tend to cook and launder on the grid, run a refrigerator, perhaps heat your house or air condition it, own various gadgets you plug into outlets to use, like lamps, puters, toaster, shaver, blender, dishwasher etc, you may not be able to get off the grid.
Q:solar panels in space?
You do realize that the sun is 50 million km away don't you?
Q:Solar Panel House?
U can get solar panels on OKorder stores rather online or else where on yahoo store online and u have to put the solar panel on every spot on the roof.
Q:what materials would you use and how would you construct solar panels enough to run a household?
Silica based solar cells are not the kind of thing you whomp up in you basement. Here are a couple ideas for solar systems you can build and install yourself. Take a 4 x 8 sheet of /2 inch plywood. Frame sides with 2 x 4's. Screw tin cans in a staggered row (checker board) pattern inside frame. The more cans the more heat you get so place them nearly touching. Paint cans and entire assembly flat black. Cover top with glass, plexiglass (best) or heavy mill clear plastic (cheapest)Place on roof. Drill 3-4 inch holes in opposing sides. Run pipe or tubing into house. Attach to small low speed fan. The black paint will absorb sunlight and heat. The air moving through box will carry heat into house. It's a cheap efficient way to help heat your home. You can vary size and shape of box to fit your roof. If you use more than one box, hook them up in series. More boxes mean more surface area means more heat. To heat water. Take a steel tank. A car gas tank works well. It is galvanized so it won't rust, is cheap, and easily available at any auto salvage yard. But you will have to flush in throughly to remove gasoline odor. A steel 55 gallon drum is easier to work with but may cost more. Paint exterior of tank flat black. Weld/glue/clamp water pipes to tank. Place on ground in area that gets lots of sunlight. Attach water supply to tank and route discharge pipe to house or appliance. Black painted steel absorbs heat from sun light and heats water. In spring and fall you get warm to hot water. In summer you get scalding hot water and in winter you get cold to luke warm water. Both of these solar powered systems are seasonal and their output varies according to location and climate, but they are very inexpensive and easy to build and provide FREE heat and/or hot water for many years with little or no maintainence.
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:How much is the average solar panel?
Completely self-efficient and autonomous??? Forget it. Too expensive. It's only worth if you use like 8 lights (2-20w) about 4 hours a day, a fridge, a tv about 4 hours/day and basically nothing else or a few low consume stuff. Forget about microwaves, dryers, or other stuff. Too much watts. And that would cost you no less than 5000-6000$. You need panels (about 4 or 6 20w would suit maybe), 2 batteries (about 600Ah at least), inverter(500w/24v) and a regulator, lets say a 30A one. Just stick to normal energy supply. A single 20w panel may cost about 750$ at least.
Q:help setting up a solar panel system?
That okorder.com/... , but expect to pay several thousand dollars for something that actually works. If you just want to use the place for intermittent getaways, a generator may be sufficient, and you can skip the solar panels. If you intend to live in the place, then consider getting a system that is at least 500-000 watts of panels, and a 000 amp-hour or more battery bank.
Q:Solar panels in the Bay Area?
Yes, San Francisco gets enough sunshine. That will vary depending on your site location, some are better than others. The best way to find out how much electricity your specific location can generate is to get a quote from a solar company. I am in the process of getting PV's installed on my home in the Sacto area and got quotes from 3 companies. My home is in a good, not optimal possition and depending on where on the roof I place the panels my efficiency will vary. Also depending on the brand of panels, some will take less square footage on the roof to produce the same amount of electricity. The price on all 3 were very close to each other. All 3 companies I dealt with gave a no cost/no obligation quote, and they were are very knowledgeable about the specific utility rebates I would be eligable for. I say it is well worth the time to check it out. My system should be going onto my roof in just a few more weeks. I was able to get nearly 50% of my cost refunded by my utitlity, plus my federal tax rebate. My system should be paid for in about 6 years.

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