Solar Street Light C-80w and Save Energy-2015 New Products

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Solar Lantern

The lamp is made by whole aluminum die casting,the model is succeed shaped in first time, after precision polishing then electrostatic spraying,transmitting cover is made by toughened glass.  

Feature:

a.With Patent ,CE & ROHS certificates

b.Can be charged by sunlight and AC charger

c.With USB socket output ,can charge for all kinds of mobiles

d.Adjustable brightness to meet your lighting hours requirements

e.Large area radiation plate is good for heat spread from LED base

f.Portable LED light with an integrated solar panel, easy to take and use

Specification:

LED Lamp

80W DC24V; superbright Bridgelux 45mil led chips; IP66 guard level, aluminum housing, 50,000hrs lifespan.

Solar Panel

2pcs*130Wp 17.5V, high-efficiency crystalline PV module, IP65 junction box, A class; 20 years continuous power output guarantee

Controller

12V/24V auto-sensing, 10A;light/time intelligent control; IP68 waterproof type

Battery

2pcs*12V130AH, solar special use valve-regulated fully sealed lead-acid battery, deep cycle, free maintenance type; 5-6 years lifespan

Battery Box

PVC material, underground-buried type, waterproof and heat-dissipative design; including PVC cable tube

Pole Set

8m high, Q235 steel grade; hot-dip galvanized and spray coated treatment, including solar panel bracket, lamp arm and base plate

Cable

RVV2*4, international standard, 18m/set

Suggestion

This configuration is recommended for road within 16m width
















Solar Street Light C-80w and Save Energy-2015 New Products

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1, What’s price per product ?

A: It’s depends on the quantity, delivery date and payment terms of the order. We can talk further about the detail price issue. Our products is high quality with lower price level.

2, How to make payment?

We accept T/T or L/C.

3, What is your lead time?

Generally 1-5 weeks depends on the order quantity and your specific requirements.

4, Can you do OEM for us?

Yes, we can.

5, How do you pack your products?

We have rich experience on how to pack the panels to make sure the safety on shipment when it arrives at the destination.


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Q:Are solar panels efficiency already calculated in their power rate?
Solar panels are tested in a lab that has a light the produces 000 watt/hrs per square meter. In these conditions your panel will produce 80 watt/hrs. If you would like to know what it does in really world conditions you have to find the sun-hours in your given area. A sun-hour is basically how many watt/hrs hit a square meter in a day. This number changes based on time of year, orientation, and temperature. Here in Fairbanks Alaska if the panel was at 90 degrees facing true south in October (.9 sun-hours) It would produce 80 X .9 X .8 (20% efficiency loss due to wires and controllers) it would produce 273.6 watt/hrs on average each day.
Q:what is the cost of a solar panel
Solar panels will come down in price each year from now on.. so any price now would not help you much. I just bought a panel for $00... What you have to compare is the type, output, size, durability, warranty, and other features.. The prices vary a lot, depending on these variables. Another option you may want to consider is just buying green power from a provider. Texas and New York now allow this... Other states will deregulate soon I hope. To learn more about the details, along with specific instructions and the ability to comment and discuss or ask questions; go to
Q:How do you hook up solar panels to your electricity?
nowing what to do with unused renewable electricity is always a dilemma – hooking up to the grid has to be the preferred option. If your residential home is grid tied, i.e. connected the electricity grid as opposed to off-grid and you are using solar panels to generate electricity. Then it makes a lot of sense to hook your solar panels to the grid, because instead of losing the unused electricity or having to maintain a bank of deep cycle batteries, you simply feed it back to the grid. You feed electricity back to the grid via your electric meter which measures the electricity in Kilowatt per hour. This has the effect of reversing your meter which in turn reduces your electricity bills and if you are generating a lot of electricity you could find the utility company owing you money! The Solar Powered System Therefore, your solar powered installation would look like this. The solar panel will connect to an “array disconnect” – you need an array disconnect for system maintenance because it allows you to easily shut off the power. The array disconnect is connected to an “inverter”. The solar panel generates DC power and the electricity from the grid is AC power. Therefore, you need an inverter to convert DC power to AC power. The inverter is connected to an “AC breaker panel”. This is the interface where your solar generated electricity meets the electric meter and allows you to feed electricity back to the grid. Now in most countries and states you are not allowed to tamper with the electric meter so at this point you should contact your local electricity energy supplier and ask them to supply an engineer to hook you up to the grid. If you have anything to add to this article or you have connected your system to the grid – tell us how you did it by writing a comment below.
Q:solar panels on the house?
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Q:is it feasible to create a solar panel that could harness more of the suns energy than what they can now?
we are near the edge of what is physically possible for solar power. You only get so many photons per area you know...and much of this is lost in entropy. Solar panels today are over 80% as efficient as what could ever be theoretically possible. No you will never get an easy solution to the land problem. lol what invisible talker suggests about using a black hole i suppose could be a way to increase the photons per area...but you would get much mroe power by using the tidal forces produced by a black hole than solar power heh...not to mention your panels will get sucked in...and whatever energy they produce wont be able to escape the black hole and power anything outside.
Q:what is the cost of getting km sq of solar panels?
Solar panels are being improved on a continuing basis. Price is coming down and performance is going up. Still, they are expensive. A panel roughly /2 X /2 meter runs about $00. It generates 0 watts of power. To make a panel km square would take 4000 of these at a cost of $400,000. They would generate 40,000 watts or 40 kw or 0.04 Mw.
Q:SOLAR Panels?
I'm in the California Foothills and the island of Mindanao... I have both solar panels (electric and water heating) and a single wind-generator since 2000. We actually sell power to PGE in California and are self-sufficient in Mindanao. NOW, I'm confused with YOUR math... you say the Rep. suggests a monthly savings of $35 (25% of $40) which would be $420 / year. If materials / installation are $8,000 less $2000 tax-credit: it would take 35 years to pay off $6,000 at $420 / year. 980 Kwh/ mo is some pretty heavy usage... I'd suggest trying to reduce that. CFT's, lowering your AC setting, no lights if NOT in room, un-plugging stand-by appliances, and upgrading insulation. At our 2000 sq ft California RANCH we only burn 400 Kwh per month, and that includes an 800 sq ft barn (admittedly we heat with a wood-stove). We have 5, Sanyo 200 watt panels (3kw total) and generate an avg 900 kwh / month. SO, we're selling BACK almost 500 kwh mo. to the grid on the photo-cells alone. The kw wind generator averages another 20 kwh / month. I THINK the company YOU are working with is selling the EXCESS electrical-power back to the power-company behind your back !! GOOD LUCK
Q:Does a 50W solar panel generate 540kWh?
running six hours a day doesn't mean much. You need to look at the solar insulation charts for your school's geographical location to come up with a better factor. The easiest number for you to use is sun hours. For example, Washington DC averages 4.23 hours. Do a Yahoo search for sun hours and you should find lots of charts. Solar panels rated at 50W give this output at full sun near noon at full brightness (no clouds). The sun hour factor makes it easy to find the equivalent number of full brightness hours. So, using Washington DC as an example you have: 000 panels * 50W * 4.23 sunhours/day = 634kWh a day on average. You state your school uses 88240kWh/month which is 6274kWh a day. This would mean you need ten times more solar panels since there is no way to get more daylight. Be careful to put in all the units in your formula and cancel them out to make sure you don't end up with a nonsense result. The title of the question would be answered as followed: 50W/000 * 4.23 sunhours/day = 0.63kWh/day or 9kWh per month or 228kWh a year. These are annual averages. If you wanted a specific month, you would need the sun hours for that month. Hope this helps.
Q:anybody got any info on solar panels for energy savings?
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Q:I have 700watts ups and 2V,65amp battary..i want to add solar panel to just only charge my 2v,65amp batt.?
Check the rating on the battery. Either look on the label, or look up the exact manufacturer's part number on the internet. There should be an amp-hour (AH) rating. It's very doubtful that the battery is 65 AH, by the way. When you get the amp-hour rating, people can advise you further.

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