Solar Panels 50W 60W 70W 80W 100W from CNBM

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I.  Solar Cell : High efficiency crystalline solar cell. Even if under the weak light, the solar module can produce maximum power output.

•II.  Tempered glass (toughened glass): Anti-reflecting coating and high transmission rate glass increase the power output and mechanical strength of solar module.  

•III . EVA and TPT: Using high quality EVA and TPT to prevent destroying and water  

•IV . AI frame: Without screw, corner connection. 6 holes on the frame can be installed easily.  

•V . Junction box: Multi function junction box with water proof.



Thanks for you choosing the  price per watt solar panels 50W 60W 70W 80W 100W   .


It using the latest mainstream of crystalline silicon materials and toughened glass and water proof resin ncapsulation and durable,therefor,the service life of uo to 10-25 years.



1.CNBM is a state-owned company under jurisdiction of central goverment , one of  Fortune 500 .Just because of this ,we can get more support and resources from our government.So ,it is realiable .

2.CNBM's solar  products are high-qualified with TUV,UL,VDE,CE,ISO certificates. Our products ranges top in China.

3.Just as I mentioned in attahment ,we signed 500MW project with Urkan under the witness of our chairman Xi Jinping ,CNBM has ability to meet your large quantity needs,Our annual capacity is 1GW.

4.We can offer you a competitive price .Because you are our potential and valued customer .


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Q:Information on Solar Panels?
If you hope to get a solar panel that can run appliances and air conditioning.. then you are not even close to being realistic about what solar panels can do. If you really want to install a solar panel array on your home, then you need to talk to a company in your area that designes and installes them because every installation is different.. so you won't get an answer here on Yahoo. You can expect to spend $20,000 to $30,000 that will provide enough solar power for the average home.
Q:how many solar panels do I need for my house if in average i consume 880 kwh?
First, Second, as a general rule of thumb, you can generate at most 00 watts of power (.Kwh) per 2 square feet of roof space. I have had to revise my own estimates after building a solar array in my yard using high grade solar panels. Solar panels do not put out their peak rating all the time. NOTE: I am not paid nor given any compensation by solar interests.
Q:How efficient are the solar panels....?
There is over 000 watts of power in a square meter of sunshine. A square meter panel converts only about 20% of it into electricity (200 watts). At my workplace, I have a photo-voltaic solar panel electrical system. Its maximum capacity is about 25 kilowatts. On a sunny day it will produce about 80 kilowatt hours of electricity, but we average about 50 kwh/day. At current value, that adds up to a saving of about $4,000 per year, which sounds nice but that's only about a tenth of my total power bill. The system cost $00,000. Pay-back is 25 years (which by coincidence is the length of the warranty). To answer your question more directly: solar panels are not quite efficient enough to be economical.
Q:I need help with solar panels?
Change the whole piece of solar panel, not just the glass. Looking for solar panel agent in your local city and get one.
Q:how to make your own solar panel?
try adding more solar panels to your car, what if you take the solar panels out of 2 or 3 calulators , add them, then use some tiny mirrors to help draw more light into the panels,.--------------------------------... solar cell (or a photovoltaic cell) is a device that converts photons from the sun (solar light) into electricity. In general, a solar cell that includes the capacity to capture both solar and nonsolar sources of light (such as photons from incandescent bulbs) is termed a photovoltaic cell. Fundamentally, the device needs to fulfill only two functions: photogeneration of charge carriers (electrons and holes) in a light-absorbing material, and separation of the charge carriers to a conductive contact that will transmit the electricity. This conversion is called the photovoltaic effect, and the field of research related to solar cells is known as photovoltaics. Solar cells have many applications. Historically solar cells have been used in situations where electrical power from the grid is unavailable, such as in remote area power systems, Earth orbiting satellites or space probes , consumer systems, e.g. handheld calculators or wrist watches, remote radiotelephones and water pumping applications. Recently solar cells are particularly used in assemblies of solar modules (photovoltaic arrays) connected to the electricity grid through an inverter, often in combination with a net metering arrangement. Solar cells are regarded as one of the key technologies towards a sustainable energy supply.
Q:Why should people use solar panels more for houses?
if they get energy from burning coal, they will be destroying our atmosphere. if they use solar panels, they can use natural energy from the sun without harming the environment.
Q:How long does it typically take for solar panels to pay for themselves?
Hi Warne, Payback period of solar panels depends on three main factors: ) Amount of solar radiation available: the more solar resource available at a site, the shorter the payback period will be. The insolation level is a function of latitude, cloudiness, elevation and some other factors. 2) Availability of grants, incentives and tax credits. Reducing the initial cash outlay is a great way to speed up profitability. For example, in the US, the 30% federal tax credit greatly reduces the payback period as it puts some of the cash back in your pocket in a short amount of time. Minimizing the initial cost has a big impact, since money in your pocket today is always worth more than money down the road. 3) Net metering or feed-in-tariff. If you are able to sell back your excess power, or all of the solar electricity to the grid, then you can also improve the payback period. Feed-in-tariffs are not very common in North America, but net metering is an option. Investing in energy efficiency measures (e.g., LED lights) at the same time as solar may help generate more excess power and help with the bottom line. There are some online calculators which may help you put all these together for a specific site. I'm including a link below.
Q:Solar Panel Question...?
The best way to find out is to determine the wattage of each piece of equipment you want to use and how many hours you want to use those pieces of equipment. Finally, calculate the total number of Watt-Hours you need at minimum. Then you need to research solar panels or mobile wind mills (they need to be pretty huge to get a decent amount of energy I think, so solar power is probably the way to go). You will need to figure out the efficiency of the solar panels, the size of the array, how you will turn it or if you will turn it at all (to face the sun to get the maximum energy input, or maybe to use mirrors so you don't have to turn it. Once you find a good configuration for your mobile kitchen, you need to calculate if the Watt-Hours you will generate on an average day (with average weather) is enough to power the equipment whose energy requirements you previously calculated. Then you have to keep in mind that some days will have no sun, and you may not be working on some days, but you can still capture sunlight. For each case, a large battery array will be required. If you had a guage on that array, you could also hook it up to the a small generator in case you need immediate power. It's an eco-friendly process, but the initial cost is high and it requires a lot of research and planning. This is why most people do not do it--not because they don't want free energy from the sun, but because it's not easy to start collecting that energy in an efficient way. Sorry I couldn't give you more specific numbers, but a solar panel sales agency should be able to estimate whether or not you could do it (they'd probably set it all up for you too). ^_^
Q:Does anybody know if there are any courses for solar panel installation, and/or what trades you need for this?
If you are in the UK, then the Centre for Alternative Technology courses (CAT in Wales) have had some great feedback.. .. A lot of companies are actively recruiting and offer training courses as part of their induction. Have a look at the bigger ones recruiting near you.
Q:solar panel for 2 batteries(2 V)?
0 of the panels wired in parrell will give you enough power to trickle charge the batteries. You will need a charge controller to prevent a overcharge from damaging your batteries. A panel array that is rated at 2 volts actually puts out a unregulated voltage up to 2 volts. I have bought some charger controllers from OKorder at good prices. They will also prevent the discharge of your batteries at night or when the panels are in the shade. If the panels only put out 5 volts they will not charge the batteries. Check each panel outside in the sun with a DC volt meter for proper operation before connecting them.

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