Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-60-P

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Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-60-P

Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-60-P




·         Highest performance enabled by higher efficiency monocrystal line cells and the latest Solar Wafer Technology for multicrystal line cells

·         Lower weight design which reduces the total system load on a roof, making it ideal for residential customers. Its shape allows for better roof utilization

·         Its low weight means easier handling for installers

·         Modules are designed to withstand PID (Potential Induced Degradation)*

·         High light transmission Anti-Reflective Glass with improved self-cleaning capability

·         0/+5 W Positive power tolerance for reliable power output 




CNBM Solar provides one of the most comprehensive module warranties in the industry:

·         10 years for product defects in materials and workmanship

·         First 12 years for 90% of warranted minimum power

·         Remaining 25 years for 80% of warranted minimum power


CNBM Solar strictly carries out the ISO 9001 quality control methodology and has implemented check points at every step of the production process to ensure our product performance durability and safety. The stringent quality control process has been confirmed by numerous independent agencies and LDK Solar modules earned IEC, TUV and UL certifications.

·         IEC:IEC 61215, IEC 61730 (1&2), conformity to CE

·         UL 1703 2002/03/15 Ed:3 Rev:2004/06/30

·         ULC/ORD-C1703-01 Second Edition 2001/01/01

·         UL and Canadian Standard for Safety Flat-Plate

·         ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems

·         CEC Listed: Modules are eligible for California Rebates

·         PV Cycle: Voluntary module take back and recycling program

·         MCS Certificate


Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-60-P

Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-60-P

Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-60-P




1.    How do I decide which system is right for me ?

For protection from long outages, include a generator or solar panels in your Must solar system. Shorter outages can be handled by a battery-only system.

2.    Where my system will be installed ?

Must solar systems are usually wall-mounted near a home's main electrical (circuit breaker) panel.

3. How do I install my system ?

A must solar backup inverter is connected to a home electric system , we will supply detailed installation manual and videos for our customers .

How fast will my system respond to a power outage ?

Must solar inverters typically transfer to battery power in less than 16 milliseconds (less than 1/50th of a second).

What kind of batteries do the systems include ?

Must solar backup electric systems use special high-quality electric storage batteries.



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Q:Reflectors or mirrors around the solar panels.......?
You could (an example of concentrating sunlight is called cloud gain, where the edge of a cloud will intensify sunlight as it passes between the sun and your panels), but that will make your panels run hotter and will probably reduce their life. It's better from a system design standpoint to simply get another panel or two. DK
Q:Why dont we have a gigantic solar panel system in the warm states,stretching miles across to supply the usa?
This is a great idea, but there are some intrinsic difficulties with the theory: First, the average US household uses 27.4kWh of power per day= aprox. 0,000 kWh per year. Solar panels create kWh/m^2/day. Therefore you would need 27 m^2 (290 ft^2) of solar panels per household. Not only does that use a lot of space, but it would also cost a fortune. We also have to take into account that the government does not want us to become dependent of oil for many reasons. Therefore it is unlikely the government would ever consider paying for it. Lastly, for power grids to stay functional at all times, backup power plants must be kept 'hot', to replace solar power stations as they stop producing. There is an energy cost to keep plants 'hot', which includes (in the case of coal plants) the burning of coal. Unfortunately, if the country is not willing to accept brownouts, the carbon footprint of any large scale solar project will have to accept the 'hot' non-producing power plants carbon emissions as their own. The continued advances in the ability to store electricity will greatly impact the successful implementation of a large scale solar power station being, carbon footprint free. However, it would be possible for every household to have their own solar panels. Since they would need about 290 ft^2 (or 5ft x 5ft), then it does seem reasonable that they could have this much on their roof or land somewhere. Any additional energy you make from the solar panels you can sell back to the power plants and make money. They could then use this extra energy to cover in brown out situations, etc. In order for this to work though, we would all need to be responsible for purchasing and installing our own solar panels. It would be nice if the government would offer greater incentives to do so.
Q:What would be a good battery for this solar panel?
If you are at a location/time where the panel will put out less power, you can adjust the battery size accordingly. And running a battery to empty is very bad for it's service life, so it's better to go a bit bigger.
Q:how do I become a solar panel contractor?
Q:Question about solar panels?
One key piece of information missing is the average number of peak sun hours per day. This will vary by location. It is latitude, regional weather, and site shading must be considered. Another consideration is the loses. The 60 watt solar panel is a DC voltage. The 2300 kWh is for the AC power consumed. There are loses in the inverter to change the electricity from DC to AC. There are also loses for wire resistance, soiling of the panels, wire resistance, etc. To work out an example of the math, I'll use 5 peak sun hours and a total efficiency of 80%. The math can be worked out as a single formula but I'll break it into steps for you. (2300 kwh/month)(month/30.4 days) = 75.65 kWh/day (60 W)(5 psh)(80%) = 240 Wh/day = 0.24 kWh/day/panel # of panels needed = Energy use / Energy generated (75.65 kWh/day) / (0.24 kWh/day/panel) = 36 panels.
Q:Do solar panels keep a structure cooler?
I asked the same question once to a PV install during a seminar a few years back, and he explained the following: No, PV panels do not reflect or absorb much heat from going into the building below but there is a reason for this: PV panels that reflect / absorb heat produce less electricity. They are designed to Thermally Transparent. Even worse if installed incorrectly without a good angle and air gap to allow the heat to escape the panels will actually trap this heat and increase the interior temperature of the building below! Below is the scientific analysis that is quite verbose but has two nice graphs at the end. To summarize: Adding PV panels, at best, shaded the building enough to reduce the load of the interior A/C unit by .8 kWh/sq-m/year. The electricity generated by the panels was about 356 kWh/sq-m/year. You can see the big advantage of PV panels is to make power, not reflect heat. Proper insulation is much cheaper and will do a much better job. Don’t worry, I was shocked too, but like anything it makes sense after it is explained.
Q:How did Obamas funded solar panel plan flop and bunkrupt..where did those billions of dollars go?
Yes, solar panels could change the world if they were especially cheap--but they're not and may not be cheap for many years, if ever. Lots of new technology could change the world but most of it doesn't. The government doesn't have a very good track record of picking winners in the new technology markets; that's something we should probably leave to the venture capitalists to do--with their own money. The money the government spent on solar panels is gone. Racked up as debt that we'll leave to our children and grandchildren to pay off.
Q:Please explain KW Solar Panels. What does it mean.?
I'm absolutely no expert within the field but hope to be trained rather more in the future. I am in the infancy stage of discovering as many choices as possible in the design and construction of a total inexperienced condo. That being stated, a distinctive nearby news story sparked my interest after they investigated the price effectiveness of residential sunlight panel systems. Here in Austin, Texas, through subsidies and incentives furnished, which you could set up a system that costs roughly 22.5k for about 7. It appears these deductions come from a federal incentive (which is a very small component) combined with those set by means of the city itself. Austin is an attractive modern city so I imagine their incentives maybe just a little higher than most however which you can call your city's common information line (3) and do a little more digging. Yet another option you might have is renting the equipment. I used to be advised the day gone by that a manufacturer here on the town would enable for the set up and use for a month-to-month rate. I know how tight cash will also be in school and 7 thousand might now not be tangible. The whole trouble of vigour conservation is so conventional nowadays that new information is constantly popping out. Give your current energy supplier a call and see what they may be able to inform ya. I am hoping you in finding anything that works for you. -G
Q:How many volts does a small solar panel on a calculator produce?
It isn't Volts that matter if you're trying to put the calculator solar panel on the camera. It would be the amps. The calculator's solar panel will put out however many volts or very close to what the battery puts out. If you want you can test it out with a Volt/Ammeter. You see, those cameras use 2 double A batteries. They are going to put out a higher current than the small dime shaped battery in the back of your calculator; a higher voltage perhaps too. Those disposable cameras have a photo flash capacitor in them that has to charge. You can hear them charge up when you tell it to turn on the camera's flash. Sounds like a winding then the little orange light comes on. That light means the capacitor is charged. You SHOULDN'T be able to change out the batteries in the camera with a solar panel from a calculator without having to wait days for that flash capacitor to charge. Sorry. EDIT: HOWEVER, you can take multiple solar panels and wire them in a parallel circuit to get more current(amperes) or wire them in a series circuit to get a higher voltage. If you were to do this you could power whatever you wanted with them. Even your house if you were to get a rectifier to convert the power from DC to AC.
Q:Solar panel connected to battery ??
Try to disassembled a solar powered calculator inside there will be all the materials u need to your project. U can safe all the trouble to trying to find the correct match. After using try to put it back in if not possible it is just a broken calculator, at least u still have a successful science project.

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