SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL POLY IN STOCK ,SOLAR MODULE PANEL WITH HIGH EFFICIENCY

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 250 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

Product Description:

We now provide
• Monocrystalline Solar Panel
• Polycrystalline Solar Panel( multicrystalline silicon Solar Panel)

Features of our products:
• High conversion efficiency mono/poly-crystalline amorphous silicon solar cells 
• Modules incorporate high performance bypass diodes to minimize the power drop caused by shading 
• High transmittance, low-iron tempered glass 
• High performance EVA encapsulant to prevent destroying and water.
• AI frame: without screw, corner connection. 8 holes on the frame can be installed easily
• Good performance of preventing from atrocious weather such as wind and hails

 

SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL POLY IN STOCK ,SOLAR MODULE PANEL WITH HIGH EFFICIENCY

SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL POLY IN STOCK ,SOLAR MODULE PANEL WITH HIGH EFFICIENCY



Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-195W Specification

ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE

Power output

P max

W

195

Power output tolerances

ΔP max

W

0/+5

Module effi ciency

η m

%

14.7

Voltage at Pmax

V mpp

V

23.7

Current at Pmax

I mpp

A

8.03

Open-circuit voltage

V oc

V

30.1

Short-circuit current

I sc

A

8.65


 

Product Description:

This installation Manual contains essential information for the electrical and mechanical installation that your must know before installing CUSTOMER PV modules. This also contains safety information you need to be familiar with .All the information described in this manual are the intellectual property of CNBM and based on the technologies and experiences that have been acquired and accumulated in the long history of CUSTOMER. This document does not constitute a warranty, expressed or implied.

CUSTOMER does not assume responsibility and expressly disclaims liability for loss, damage, or expense arising out of in anyway connected with installation, operation, use or maintenance of the PV modules. No responsibility is assumed by CUSTOMER for any infringement of patents or other rights of third parties that may result from use of PV module.

CUSTOMER reserves the right to make changes to the product, specifications or installation manual without prior notice.

 

Solar panel working process

In addition to being the ultimate source of all life on earth, the sun is an infinitely renewable, completely pollution-free source of electricity. Instead of burning fossil fuels dug up from the ground in a big power plant – a very 19th century, industrial age approach, when you think about it – solar panels convert sunlight directly into electricity, with no harmful emissions.

The basic unit of a solar panel is a solar cell, which usually consists of one or two layers of silicon-based semiconductor wafers. When struck by the photons in sunlight, the solar cell generates an electrical charge due to the "photovoltaic effect" – which is a pretty good name, since it produces voltage from photons. The flow of these electrons moves in a steady electrical current from one side of the cell to the other.

Dozens of these PV cells are packaged together into solar modules, which in turn are packaged into solar panels that are mounted on a rooftop and arranged to maximize their hours of exposure to direct sunlight. Because the electricity generated by all those solar cells is direct current (DC), it is then sent to an inverter that transforms the power into the same alternating current (AC) used by the appliances in your home and the local utility electricity distribution grid. Increasingly, these inverters are getting "smart," providing data monitoring for solar installation performance and other grid integration services.

Solar Module Specification

Quality and Safety

1.Rigorous quality control meeting the highest international standards

2.High-transmissivity low-iron tempered glass, strong aluminium frame

3.Using UV-resistant silicon

4.ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004

5.IEC61215, IEC61730, Safety Class in conformity to CE


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Q:Why solar panels are expensive?
Supply and demand, my friend.
Q:how much money can I make a year for the electricy I sell from a solar panel?
call your power company and ask them how much they pay for each kWh you feed back into the grid (the price may vary for different times of the day). then multiply that by however much electricity you are producing.
Q:Do solar panels plug into an outlet?
No they don't have an outlet. The wires attached to the solar panel can be attached to say a battery and keep it charged during day even during.use. At night you use battery power.
Q:Is it worth installing solar panels on a house that has no South-facing roof?
Depends how much sun you get. Even if you don't face south, you could still be able to harvest a lot of energy from the sun. You could install panels transversely so they face south to increase sun exposure, but this might not look so nice. Or you could move your house to the Southern hemisphere, when your solar panels should face north. Or install miniature windmills on your roof instead.
Q:Where can I find low power solar panels?
My suggestion is to first make sure that your calculator does not also use a tiny button cell. It could just be that the battery went dead. Also know that it's probably less trouble to just get a whole new calculator. If you have the skills to replace the solar cell, I'd suggest first disconnecting it, and wiring a .5 volt battery in its place. If that doesn't work either, maybe the problem is not the solar cell at all, but just its connection, or even a dirty ON button. As for where to get a replacement solar cell, if it were me, I'd go to a dollar store, and see if they have a cheap solar calculator that I could harvest one from.
Q:What can you tell me about rebate incentives for residential solar panels in New York state?
Go to your state's department of revenue and enter the solar panel thing in the site search box and follow the thread to exactly what is in place in the here and now. Things seem to change on a daily basis any more.
Q:Im looking at getting solar panels.
Solar panels are very expensive and take many years to pay for themselves. You'd be better off contacting your congressmen to lift bans on Nuclear and other producers of electricity. That would lower the costs and save much more than the hassle of hooking up solar power and batteries etc.
Q:How big of a solar panel system would I need to get ?
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Q:When you get solar panels do you connect them to the grid?
Not directly and it also depend on where you live. If where you live has net metering then they would be indirectly connected to the grid, there is equipment involved besides just the panels on the roof.
Q:I would like some info on Solar panels and Wind Generators...please?
Toronto would not be higth on my list of solar panel worthy locales. They are a bit pricey and are only cost effective in climates and locations with lots of direct sunlight. But if you could safely say you get direct light on your rood nearly every day, they could work. Wind turbines are getting better... especially omnidirectional dome type turbines. But again they are a bit costly, and work best if you believe you get direct wind for at least half the day. If your roof is reasonably flat and structurally sound, a solar hot water generator can be quite cost effective. Essentially it is a panel of corrugated metal under two thin transparencies of plastic. Water is pumped up to it and as it runs along the corrugation, the trapped heat under the plastic heats it up nicely. They are cheap to buy and easy to build and install, and will completely remove the need for a dedicated hot water heating system. Once again, it really depends on the precise location and construction of your house. Do a search for solar heat in your area. If it is cost effective, someone will be offering...

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