Solar Panel with 156x156 A Grade B Grade Solar Cell

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Features                                                           

1. Easy installation, high mechanical strength.

2. Withstands high wind-pressure and snow load.

3. High efficiency polycrystalline solar cell.

4. Excellent performance in low light environment.

Data Sheet

Mechanical Characteristics

Item No.

MSL-SP-10W18V

Cell type

poly-crystalline silicon solar cells

Number of cells

36pcs

Module dimensions

 350*270*17mm

Frame

anodized aluminum, grey

Connectors

Waterproof connector

Net weight 

 1163g

 

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Solar Panel with 156x156 A Grade B Grade Solar Cell

Solar Panel with 156x156 A Grade B Grade Solar Cell

Solar Panel with 156x156 A Grade B Grade Solar Cell

 

 Our Advantages

Long Service Life
2.High Efficiency Solar Cells
3.Special Aluminum Frame Design
4.High Transmission, Low Iron Tempered Glass
5.Advanced Cell Encapsulation .

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Q:Anyone have or know someone who has solar panels installed in their home? Is it worth getting?
and, if given the tax credits, you'll see a faster return on investment in CA than I would have in Western PA (I was given a 0 year return number without factoring any tax credits). Plus you'll be doing something good for the environment. My brother put his house for sale which had solar panels for hot water, and was offered good money for the solar panels independent of selling the house. If anyone has a any no answer that doesn't involve the initial expense, I'm looking forward to reading it.
Q:Are solar panels a good idea in Seattle Wa?
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Q:how does solar panels save energy?
I'm definitely no expert in the field but hope to learn much more in the future. I'm in the infancy stage of researching as many options as possible in the design and construction of a total green house. That being said, a particular local news story sparked my interest when they investigated the cost effectiveness of residential solar panel systems. Here in Austin, Texas, through subsidies and incentives offered, you can install a system that costs roughly 22.5k for about 7. Apparently these deductions come from a federal incentive (which is a very small portion) combined with those set by the city itself. Austin is a pretty progressive city so I imagine their incentives might be a little better than most but you can call your city's general info line (3) and do a little more digging. Another option you might have is renting the equipment. I was told yesterday that a company here in town would allow for the installation and use for a monthly rate. I know how tight cash can be in school and 7 thousand might not be tangible. The whole issue of energy conservation is so prevalent these days that new info is constantly coming out. Give your current energy provider a call and see what they can tell ya. I hope you find something that works for you. -G
Q:Infra-red solar panels?
Solar panels work when the metals from which they are made release electrons when hit by radiation. There is a threshold that, below a certain wavelength/frequency, they do not eject electrons. As frequency increases, more electricity flows. Radio and infrared are the least energetic electromagnetic waves.
Q:List of new solar panel manufactures?
damn I wish i could help you but I think the United States is too cool for solar I would move to Italy or Germany or China or India if you want a good solar job those guys know how to see into the future of energy
Q:Solar panels in the Bay Area?
I know nothing about the Bay area, I live in KC. However, I believe that solar is the best answer to alternative energy. We should have solar panels everywhere, the suns going to be shining somewhere. I propose we make gigantic panels in the deserts where the sun shines and nobody lives, and hook everybody up to the grid. They can store energy when they get a lot of sun to make up for the dark days. They are expensive to make so we should start building them one by one all over. The sun is not going to stop shining for millions of years. Plus there is no pollution from solar. So, yes put them in the bay and back here in KC too.
Q:What are your opinions on solar energy?
I have had my system for almost a year and love it. I got a 3.74 kwh/dc system, my highest electric bill was $35 in the dead of winter and last month was $6.. I paid $6K for the system and was told I would break even in my 6th year, that was factoring in a 5% annual rate increase. In my area the last few rate increased have been well over 5% and they are talking up to 2% next year. Just keep in mind the amount of energy you use will determine how large of a system will work best for you. My system is tied to the grid, so I don't need a storage system. My utility has net metering, so I sell them my excess during the day and buy back what I need at night.
Q:Who made solar panels?
Google would like to be your friend - Try - who invented solar panels and see what turns up.
Q:Questions about Solar Panels and Battery back ups.?
Q:do solar panels have to be in direct sunlight?
PV panels do not have to be in direct sunlight. If they are behind glass they need to be well ventilated to remove excess heat. If PV cells connected in series are not uniformly illuminated the series will produce an amount of power that is based on the light on the least illuminated cell. Thus moving a panel back from a window will mean that for large parts of the day it will produce almost no power as parts of the panel are shaded. This applies only when the cells are connected in series. In parallel they suffer no special degradation of production, but just the sum of illuminated cells. This makes a difference when you decide to use a higher voltage panel... high voltage panels are more susceptible to partial shading. But connecting low voltage panels in series gives that same degradation. Stay away from placing a panel back away from the window, or close to the edges of the window, under roof overhangs, trees and surrounding building shade, where possible.

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