Solar Panel | High Efficiency and Full Certified ICE-5

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  1. Advanced technology, professional manufacture, and excellent quality.

    100% A grade cells with ±3% power tolerance range.

  2. High module conversion efficiency, low module price

  3. Anti-reflective and high viscous EVA

  4. High light transmission Anti-reflective glass

  5. 10-12 years product warranty, 25 years limited power warranty.

  6. Strong productive ability and quick delivery.


1. High efficiency and High power.

2. Long-term electrical stability.

3. Lowest price and Fastest delivery.

4. Good quality and best service.

5. Bulk supply

6. Trusted Warranty

7. Big Sale

8. More than 25 years on the lifetime.



Solar Panel | High Efficiency and Full Certified ICE-5

Solar Panel | High Efficiency and Full Certified ICE-5





Module Type100W-P
Cell Type 125mm*125mm
Number of Cells6*12pcs
Peak Power (Pmax) 100w±3%
Module Efficiency 17.2%
Cell Efficiency17.6%
Power Tolerance±3%
Open Circuit Voltage(Voc) 21.06V
Short Circuit Current(Isc)6.05A
Max Power Voltage(Vmp) 18V
Max Power Current(Imp)5.56A
Max System VoltageDC 1000V
Operating Temperature-40°C~85 °C
Nominal Operating Cell Temp.47±2 °C
Temp. coefficient Isc(TK Isc)0.06%/ °C
Temp. coefficient Voc(TK Voc)-0.34%/ °C
Temp. coefficient Power(TK Pmax)-0.42%/ °C
Series Fuse Rating 10A



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1.        What’s price per watt?

A: It’s depends on the quantity, delivery date and payment terms of the order. We can talk further about the detail price issue. Our products is high quality with lower price level.


2.        Can you tell me the parameter of your solar cells?

We have different series of cells with different power output, both from c-si to a-si. Please take our specification sheet for your reference.


3.       How do you pack your products?

We have rich experience on how to pack the panels to make sure the safety on shipment when it arrives at the destination.

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Q:How do solar panels work?
light from the sun hits the atoms and excites the electrons. This knocks the electrons out of the atom and then the electrons travel in a certain direction. This is the basics of electricity... flowing electrons. And so there's your direct current. I'm sure you could find out more by googling how do solar panels work
Q:What things can a solar panel power?
Add up the Watts, listed on the nameplate of each item, and compare that to the wattage of the solar panels, watts/square foot times number of square feet of panels. That will give you the most your panels can power if everything is on at the same time, the sun is at its brightest, and there are no losses in the system. Then you've got your storage capacity and inverter capacity to consider. If you've only got 8 hours a day of sunlight, then you need 3 times the area to cover the other 6 hours in the day. Although you are unlikely to run everything full bore all the time, neither is the sun a constant. For most people the best actual return on investment can be had by using the panels to store energy in a preheater for the hotwater tank fill line. This avoids the cost of batteries, an inverter, and an automatic throwover switch, as well as the time, trouble and expense of dealing with the power company. If you actually have energy left over, the best way to use it is to charge a battery bank connected to an uninterruptible power supply on your most used and non essential equipment, ie TV and Computers. When you are there, unplug the UPS and run your stuff on the batteries in that. I'm sure a electronic type could build dropout relay that would automatically switch the ups back to line power when the batteries start to run out. You would want to disable the inverter's charge circuit also or it would use line power to charge the batteries.
Q:Can I use a 250 watt solar panel to power a medium sized upright fridge?
Well you might reduce your bills, but you wont get your capital back for many years. Do you have LED lighting, I have, every-time one of my compact flourescent bulbs blew I would replace it with an LED, after two years most of my lighting is LED, a good investment I think. What devices do you have, heating and cooking is better with gas (much cheaper) Think about better insulation for wintertime.
Q:can I easily build my own solar panels for my home?
Sure you can build your own solar panels, people do it all the time, especially with the efficiency of PV technology accelerating. How much you spend on a system depends on how much work you are willing to do for yourself, and how much and how efficiently you consume power. You can go all the way from high-end prefab installs that will run about $50 grand to fill the energy needs for an average 3/2 suburban home. You can buy kits and install them yourself, that cuts your price down quite a lot. You can purchase the components and put together a system yourself really cheaply. You can save even more money if you buy stuff used. You could actually build solar photovoltaic panels yourself, but it is a serious pain in the behind, you will need to use copper sheets and some highschool chemistry and do a lot of experimenting, and even if you do it right you definitly won't be able to replicate the power output available in manufactured silicone photovoltaic cells. So I say don't even bother. To get an idea of what a PV system for your local area might put out, use the PV-WATTS calculator at the government Renewable Resource Data Center. To learn how to build home solar energy systems, there's a lot of good free information online.
Q:Solar panel for your home?
These are all good questions but they are open Items. Solar panels work by the reaction of certain elements upon exposure to sunlight.The amount of power generated is Dependant on at least three factors; The size of the solar panel, the type of solar cells used (The specific element and the cell construction) and the amount of sunlight to which the panels are exposed. The answers to these questions may indicate how much you will save (How much does your electricity now cost per KWH and how much do you use in the two family house} and if solar is feasible in your location. You should probable contact at least three of the local companies that do solar installations and listen (with a cynical ear) to their presentations. They are all trying to sell you their product but you after listening to more than one presentation can sort through the BS. Also you might contact your present power provider. They should be able to give you some good advice on alternative energy availability. Good Luck DOCSRG
Q:How do you make a solar panel?
Q:What direction do solar panels usually point?
Oh wow, please ignore approx 50% of the answers here. We live off-grid and solar is my business. If you are in North America, they should face SOUTH. The comment about them facing the equator is accurate. What has not been said though, is the angle they should be at. For optimal sun exposure, the angle from horizontal for the panel should be equal to your latitude. So if you live in Colorado for example, at approximately 40 degrees latitude, your panel should be at 40 degrees from horizontal.
Q:Would you put solar panels on your home? and why?
I believe the best economy comes out when a completely green house is built. Solar panels are expensive, and I'll rather use some of the investments to build different back-up systems, instead of bying solar panels for it all. If I build another house, my fancy stuff would be the green stuff. The house will have a water radiator heating system and a heat pump to circulate warm or cold air in the house. Heat pump also used to heat water for heating system. I'll use solar panels to make enough electric power . charging a deep cycle battery pack for back up power, 2. to power heat pump, fridges., freezers, and water pumps, when I'm not home at the house. When I'm home I'll run a bio-fueled(bio-waste and pellets or firewood) powered steam engine with a 0KW 0-220V generator when I need electric stove and oven, dishwasher and laundry appliances. I'll use a wood stove, BBQ and oven on the porch for summer cooking. I'll use excessive heat from steam engine for heating water tank. I'll also have an bio-fueled (waste and pellets or firewood) water heater for winter heating back-up. Of course I'll make sure I'm connected to the electric grid, so I can get credit from power company for the excessive electricity that will occasionally come out from solar panels. Steam engine can be replaced by diesel powered 0KW generator, if it's possible to fuel it with veg-oil home made diesel fuel. Depends whats most accessible at my living site.
Q:How many LED's can power a solar panel?
Your question has a lot of science involved that I don't understand perhaps the link posted in my source for this answer could help you out? It a site containing only info on LED Lights. Good Luck
Q:Solar panels require big initial investment, how can I check if the money I save will be more than that?
Only by doing the calculations (figuring out how much you electricity bill is per month now and calculate how much time it will take to get to the figure of your solar panels. Don't forget to add a couple of percentage points per year higher(since when has electrical costs gone down)? and do the addition. That is when you will pay off the solar panels, as their power is free.

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