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Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp)                  29.7V
Optimum Operating Current (Imp)                  8.42A
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)                       38.0V
Short Circuit Current (Isc)                      8.60A
Maximum Power at STC (Pmax)                      250W
Module Efficiency                                15.4%
Operating Module Temperature                     -400C to +850C
Maximum System Voltage                   1000 V DC (IEC)
Maximum Series Fuse Rating                    20 A
Power Tolerance                            -3% - +3%
STC: Irradiance 1000W/m2, module temperature 250C, AM=1.5;
Best in Class AAA solar simulator (IEC & TUV) used, power measurement uncertainty is within -3% - +3%
High module conversion efficiency
Module efficiency up to 15.4% achieved through superior technology and manufacturing capabilities
Excellent weak light performance
Excellent performance under low light environments
Current sorting
System output maximized and low power loss with modules sorted and packaged by amperage
Color sorting
Beautiful appearance of the modules to meet different customers’ needs
Cost reduction
Reduce the cost of raw materials by integrating materials to provide 10%-15% off the modules for customers
Extended wind and snow load tests
Withstand high wind pressure and snow load, and extreme temperature variations

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Q:solar panel??????????????
You Basically, I wanted to do the same as you but didn't know how. I found this book and it showed me exactly how to do it and for a cheap price too! It's a good guide if you want to save a bunch of money on electricity bills. I highly recommend it.
Q:Cost of Solar Panels for basement?
Only after you give an estimate of the power consumption you will have in the basement. Obviously you do not have a clue about solar panels or their usage. Suggest you find a book and start reading.
Q:Solar Panel Question?
There are 720 hours in a month (30 days) but only about /2 of those are in *full* sun 800 kW hr / 360 hr = 5 kW. 5000 W / 65 W / panel = 30 panels minimum and that's based on full sun during the day (no clouds, rain, etc). Besides an inverter you'll also want a bank of batteries to operate at night. OR, you can get about 35 - 40 panels and sell power back to the utility during the day (meter runs backwards), and use power off the grid at night. Suprise! solar power isn't cheap, is it? Figure on taking advantage of some government and public utility rebates, though to lessen the cost. .
Q:0000 watt Solar Panels?
Crudely, for crystalline silicon panels today, 0 watts per square foot is a good budgetary number. The actual panel will be smaller, but you will need space for mounting, and there are always obstructions you need to keep away from.
Q:How efficient are solar panels?
Q:Why only Photo-Voltaic solar panels?
I agree with you John and for the same reason already put forth as a negative. Solar thermal is a more mature technology. This is the reason why I spent so much of the last winter studying it. I can be reasonably sure that what I learn will not be obsolete tomorrow with a new technological breakthrough. I built a solar addition/greenhouse to personally study the effects. So solar thermal panels are not the only way to go. With respect to electrical production. I have seen parabolic reflectors coupled to stirling engines and solar thermal trough heaters used to supplement steam generation for alternatively gas fired steam / electrical generation plants. On a trip to China over 4 years ago I noticed solar hot water vacuum tube collectors being sold in their local hardware and big box style stores. These were gravity fed package units intended to have the tank on the roof with a supplemental electric backup. The vacuum tube collectors seem to be one of the latest innovations in this technology. Using phase change materials temperatures in these panels can be produced in excess of 400 deg F. and they are useful in colder temps and on cloudy days. While they are still costly for many applications, I have been discussing the use of vacuum tube collectors with the owner of a laundrymat. Solar thermal will not pay back as well as conservation in many cases of older construction, but it currently seems better than photovoltaic panels. Solar thermal requires more understanding of systems and relative efficiencies. In one way solar thermal is more like the electric car while the internal combusion engine is like photovoltaic. The idea of producing electricity from the sun is a sexier idea. It is also more in line with our paridigm of: just producing lots of energy and to H with any conservation efforts. For that reason it seems to get more press.
Q:QUestion about portable Solar Panels.. Mine is 2v?
Q:How would you connect a solar panel to a fan?
Panels are rated nominally, and you can look at your fan to see what the ratings for the fam are to determine sizing of the panel. Current multiplied by the volts (rated) gives you the wattage of the motor- just use this as a guide for sizing the panel. You do want a little more power from the panel than the motor draws for purposes of starting the motor and for having the fan operate at lower sun angles as well. You can add a battery if you chose, but it is not a requirement. Just treat the leads of the panel like those of a battery red (+) and black (-) just connect those to the fan, if you match color for color, no problem. If the markings are not present and no wires are on the fan, try it one way, if it is the wrong way- reverse them. AC operated fans will require an inverter to convert the DC to AC. These draw a certain amount of power as well. In general the same rules of thumb apply. It is just easier though to stick with a DC motor.
Q:Solar panel placement idea?
The MOST efficient placement is on a motorized mounting that constantly moves it to face the Sun directly. Almost nobody does that because it is clumsy and expensive. The best fixed position is facing X degrees due south of straight up, where X is your latitude. I am in Austin, at about 30 degrees latitude, so on the south side of a 30 degree pitched roof would be ideal. The direct south facing it the best average to catch morning and afternoon sun, with most efficient pointing at noon. The tilt equal to latitude is the best average between the high Sun in summer and low Sun in winter, with most efficient pointing in spring and fall.
Q:How many volts does an average solar panel produce?
2 volt and 24 volt are both common sizes. They are rated in voltage and watts. So you add the watts of the panels and buy enough to produce the amount of watts you need. For example, if you need 400 watts of power at 2 volts, you would buy four 00 watt 2 volt panels and connect them in parallel.

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