SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL FOR HIGH EFFERENCY FULL CERTIFICATE

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

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1.Structure of Solar Module Description

Solar panel refers either to a solar hot water panel, a common type of a solar thermal collector, or to one or more solar photovoltaics (PV) modules, electrically connected and mounted on a supporting structure.

A PV module is a packaged, connected assembly of typically 6×10 solar cells. Solar PV panels constitute the solar array of a photovoltaic systemthat generates and supplies solar electricity in commercial and residential applications. Each module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 320 watts.

2.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



 

SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL FOR HIGH EFFERENCY 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.



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Q:Need help with Solar Panels (FAQ's and opinions)?
Solar panels produce electricity. This one isn't very good. $500 for only 80W with such a large panel? It doesn't even come with a battery (car battery) If you're thinking of something to try and run your house off of, you'll need somewhere between 2 to 24 of these panels, plus a voltage converter and other equipment to connect it into the electrical system in your house. If you want something to help charge a cellphone, I guess this would work - if you could get the electrical connections set up properly - but it's still awfully expensive and won't give you a return on investment for somewhere between 5 to 20 years - by which time the panel will need to be replaced, and we'll (hopefully!) have more efficient panels available.
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:What factors effect the amount of electricity produced from solar panels?
irradiance in watts/meter^2 (000-800w/m^2 depending on air quality) COS of angle to the suns rays efficiency of the panels (usually about 5%) age of the panels(one dead cell can drop an entire panel from the array) how dirty are the panels (dust, bird poop, leaves, shading) efficiency of the inverter (usually about 90%) All of these factors affect the amount of electricity produced. One other consideration is that in areas of extreme hot and cold the band gap of the silicon is changed.
Q:How do solar panel power systems work?
Solar power works by making solar cells of two kinds of glass; one which has been “doped” to have too many electrons, and the other which has been “doped” to have too few electrons. These layers of glass are then glued together with a thin insulation layer in between them. The top layer of glass is the one with too many electrons, the bottom layer of glass has too few electrons, and the insulation allows electrons to pass from the bottom layer to the top layer easily, but not from the top layer to the bottom layer as easily. As photons come flying into this glass sandwich at the speed of light, the photons crash into the electrons in both layers and cause them to start moving. The electrons in the top layer are tightly packed and can’t move much, but the electrons in the bottom layer can move around enough that they end up crossing through the insulation into the top layer. However, because there are already too many electrons in the top layer, the newly arrived electrons have no place to rest. This buildup of electrons creates an “electrical pressure”. Then contacts are glued to the glass top and bottom, and a wire is added to connect the top layer to the bottom, and the electrical pressure which has built up in the top layer now has a way to escape, and the extra electrons which crossed over the bottom to the top can now return to the bottom layer. This flow of electrons from the top layer to the bottom layer is the electricity generated by the solar cell. A solar “panel” is made up of many of these cells wired in series to increase the voltage to make it high enough to do some useful work, such as charging batteries, and many of these panels can be wired together to do such things as supplying power to a building, or even supplying power to the utility grid.
Q:Why should I use a Charge Controller for my Battery and Solar Panel based on these provided details?
Should I really be concerned with a Charge Controller? Yes. The main purpose of the charge controller is to protect the battery from over charging. Over charging reduces battery life. And spending extra money for a MPPT type controller will get more more useable power out of your solar panel. Would another battery of the same magnitude be helpful in preventing an accident? How much storage capacity does your current battery have (measured in kWH)? A ~$20 Kill-a-Watt meter would take a lot of uncertainty out of how much power you actually use. Even deep cycle batteries suffer reduced battery life from deep discharges. The battery sounds too small for the loads you describe so I would think you would want more. ---------------------------------------... After reading the other answer In a nutshell, with your small 2 volt starting battery, 24 volt panel and a mix of unknown loads, (which is correct), I thought I would elaborate. I had not considered the possibility that you bought a 24 volt panel for your 2 volt battery. Hooking the panel you bought directly to the current battery is a horrible idea. I you were lucky it would just cook the battery in a short period of time. You basically bought the wrong type of panel for a 2 volt system. I assume that there are no controllers on the the market for this situation. If that's the case, I don't know of any good way match the 24v panel to the 2 volt battery.
Q:Question about using solar panels......?
I don't think it is enough solar power. Your motor requires .5A x 9V = 3.5 watts. The solar cells are .450A x 4V x 2ea. = 3.6 watts, .2A x .5V = .3 watts, .A x 9V = .9 watts total solar = 4.8 watts. The problem with connecting the cells in series to get the right voltage, like the two 4V cells in series with the .5 volt cell (total 9.5 volts) is that the .5 volt cell limits the maximum current to only 0.2A. If you paralleled that with the 9V cell, you would get 9 volts at 0.2 + 0. = 0.3A, too low to operate the motor at its design current and voltage. The best you could do is put the two 4V cells in series, and in parallel with the 9V cell (a blocking diode might be a good idea, but probably not required for such a small array). That way you get 8 volts at 0.55 amps.
Q:how to hook up solar panels to meter?
Contact your power company. They will advise you of the proper configuration. If you try to attempt this without notifying the power company and something goes wrong, they can and most likely will hold you responsible for all damages.
Q:How many and what size solar panels would I need?
Solar okorder.com in their survival discussion in the archive, this exact project was discussed at length.
Q:Can you make a Solar Panel Heater?
Absolutely. But I see your point about the Ohms law. I think you'd need technical schematics to get the raw details.
Q:Do solar panels generate power when it's cloudy?
No, silicon photovoltaics reacts to a very specific frequency of infrared light which matches the bandgap energy of it's outer electron shell. This frequency is reflected by clouds. However, thermal solar collectors such as evacuated tube collectors can function under cloudy skies albeit at a lower rate and there is at least one hybrid photovoltaic and thermal panel designed to take advantage of this.

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