SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL FOR 265W ,SOLAR MODULE PANEL WITH FULL CERTIFICATE

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 265 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

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1.Main Features of the Solar Module

 1).High conversion efficiencies resulting in superior power output performance.

 2).Outstanding power output even in low light or high temperature conditions

 3).Optimized design for ease of soldering and lamination

 4).Long-term stability,reliability and performance

Specification of  Solar Polycrystalline(270W-290W)

CNBM Solar photovoltaic (PV)module is designed for large electrical power requirements. It is the optimal choice for both on-grid and off-grid power systems. CNBM Solar panel offers high performance of power per square foot of solar array.Poly- or multicrystalline silicon(poly-Si or mc-Si): made from cast square ingots — large blocks of molten silicon carefully cooled and solidified. Poly-Si cells are less expensive to produce than single crystal silicon cells, but are less efficient. US DOE data shows that there were a higher number of multicrystalline sales than monocrystalline silicon sales.

 

SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL FOR 265W ,SOLAR MODULE PANEL WITH FULL CERTIFICATE

GENERAL SAFETY

1.    Consult local codes and other applicable laws concerning required permits on regulations concerning installation and inspection requirements.

2.    Before installation a PV module, contact appropriate authorities to determine permit, installation and inspection requirements that should be followed.

3.    Install PV modules and ground frames in accordance with applicable rules and regulations

4.    PV modules should be installed and maintained by qualified personnel. Only installer/service personnel should have access to the PV module installation site.

5.    No matter where the PV modules are installed, either roof mounted construction or any other type of structures above the ground, appropriate safety practices should be followed and required safety equipment should be used in order to avoid possible safety hazards. Note that the installation of some PV modules on roofs may require the addition of fireproofing, depending on local building / fire codes.

6.    Please use PV modules with same cell size within series.

7.    Follow all safety precautions of other components used in the system.

8.    In order to avoid a risk of injury or electrical shock, do not allow anyone to approach the PV module if the person has little knowledge on PV module or on the measures that should be taken when PV modules are damaged.



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Q:Solar Panel experts...please help.?
Unfortunately, I can't give you a lot of specifics on what you should use. However, I can tell you that the very best system for you simply might not be available to you, in which case it really doesn't matter how good it is. Your best bet would be to talk to a supplier in your area and see what is available, THEN start looking at the differences between those. Unfortunately, solar panels aren't quite to the point of being a common-place product...yet. Another thing to consider would be how old your roof is. You might want to look into the possibility of building-integrated materials if you are in need of a new roof. Talking with somebody who sells the panels in your area will help you understand a lot more than just doing raw research. Get their take on it, then fact check and research what they tell you so you know you're not getting ripped off.
Q:How Much Do BP Solar Panels Cost In The Wholesale US Market?
Wholesale prices for BP solar panels range between $335 for the 40 watts panel to $835 for the 70 watts panel. Here's a brief listing of wholesale prices for BP solar models: - BP340J solar panel (40 watts) @ $335 - BP350J solar panel (50 watts) @ $37 - BP375J solar panel (80 watts) @ $504 Right now I'm getting a series of 50 watt (7.5 volts) panels installed in my house. It's a start to reduce dependence on electricity bills and try get some tax rebates as well.
Q:Solar panels...??? HELP!?
Solar panels can produce enough energy to run your average size unit (depends on panel size). It cost you bit more but its for once in all, average panel age limit is above 20 years (approx) so it can save you a lot, also environment friendly. Basic Panel can support your lights which are mostly used in any premise, even your TV, computer and stereo system. Is that enough to save and entertain you?.....Think so.
Q:is it worth it to install solar panels?
If okorder.com and I mention them only because they did a retro fit on my Uncle's house in the Florida Keys and a smaller scale system for my in laws outside of Chicago. Both my Uncle and In Laws really are enjoying the cost savings that they are getting each month from their respective systems, and both said that Sun's initial costs were QUITE low. Be sure to have the blessing of your local building zoning departments before installing the panels as some municipalities take issue with solar panels. Also make sure that your roof is strong enough to withstand the weight of not only the panels, but the bracing. Good Luck.
Q:Solar Panel Watts?? help!?
This is not a precise analogy, but think of it this way: Volts is the pressure of the water in a pipe. Amps is the gallons per minute that come out. Watts is how much water you have after a certain length of time the pipe is open. a 200 watt solar panel under ideal conditions ( bright daylight between , say 0 am and 2 pm, held exactly flat to the sun ) will produce enough energy to run 2 00 watt light bulbs. You hardly ever have perfect bright sunlight; the length of the day varies during the year, and the angle of the panel to the sun changes from hour to hour; all this leads to a typical home in the US /Europe having only about 4 hours a day of maximum solar available. So, your 200 watt panel would give you 800 watts a day, enough to run one 00 watt light bulb for 8 hours If you are trying to run a house off solar, there are unfortunately other things needed between the panels and the lights / appliances; inverters, batteries, controllers sand each one eats up a little energy so you may get only 75 useful watts. See why more homes don't have panels? The other poster who said $30-50,000 to completely run a home on panels is about right.
Q:Solar panel Efficiency in Tropics?
Duh - 000 W panel (rated in good sunlight) in 0 hours of good sunlight. Let me see - 0 * 000 = 0,000 wh or 0 kwh. Yup.
Q:Are DIY Solar panels legitimate for saving electricity?
The output of this system will be very small, but it is a staring point. You should consider solar water heating as a way to save on your energy bills. Heating your water accounts for about 25% of your energy use. If you can cut that by 75%, you will save a lot of money. Depending on where you are and how many are in your household, it may cost about $5000 for a do-it-yourself installation. There are tax incentives available that could potentially pay for as much as half of the system. These systems can pay for them selves in as little as 4 - 5 years.
Q:solar panel question?
Depends on the panel. On the order of 0% perhaps depending on you you measure it. More importantly, what they don't tell you is that more energy is consumed in the mining of necessary materials and the manufacturing process than one of the silly things can produce in a lifetime. Not that there isn't a place for solar panels. It just isn't a smart way to produce energy in large quantities just yet.
Q:time till a solar panel pays itself off?
the Department of Energy has a ' solar hours calculator for locations around the US factoring in hours of sunlight.....the other factor is how perpendicular to the sun the panel is.....as a wild guess I'd say Buffalo's solar hours factor is about 3....which means as an average over 365 days you get 3 hours a day of maximum ( 50 watts ) output. So 3 x 50 x 365 = 64.25 kWh a year. At, say, 5 cents a kWh, you're making $24.63 a year worth of electricity. See why the houses of upstate New York..let alone Ohio or Virginia or Georgia.....aren''t covered in panels?
Q:Cars with Solar Panels?
it's possible, but the oil company don't want you to, besides solar-powered cars need to be quite big to have those panels mounted on to provide the needed power, thus it'll take up alot of space on the road. they can't be as powerful as gas-powered cars in terms of speed hauling power. maybe they should make 2-seaters for city users, that'll cut down on the pollution ease up the gas prices. of course, they can make a hybrid car that uses an alternative power, like gas/solar or dry cell/solar to solve the problem... parking-meters with a power-plugs for you to recharge while you park.

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