Yingli Solar Monocrystalline Module Panda 265 Series

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ABOUT YINGLI GREEN ENERGY

Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (NYSE: YGE) is one of the world’s largest fully vertically integrated PV manufacturers, which

markets its products under the brand “Yingli Solar“. With over 7.0GW of modules installed globally, we are a leading solar energy company

built upon proven product reliability and sustainable performance. We are the fi rst renewable energy company and the fi rst Chinese company to sponsor the FIFA World CupTM.

 

1. Structure of Yingli Solar Module Panda 265  series

Yingli Solar Panel Panda 60 Cell  40mm Series is one of the famous series of solar panel under YINGLI SOLAR brand. Yingli solar PANDA is a new monocrystalline silicon module technology  with n-type solar cells that have average efficiencies higher  than 19.0%. Combined with high transmission glass, module efficiencies are up to 16.5%. Compared to traditional modules with p-type solar cells, PANDA modules have  lower initial degradation and higher performance under both high temperature  and low irradiation conditions. Panda 265 Series has different types according to panel power output: YL245C-30b/ YL250C-30b/ YL255C-30b/ YL260C-30b/ YL265C-30b.

 

2. Main Features of Yingli Solar Module Panda 265  series

- Robust, corrosion ressitant aluminum frames independently tested to withstand wind loads of up to 2.4k Pa and snow loads of up to 5.4kPa ensuring a stable mechanical life for your modules.

- Module packaging optimized to protect product during transportation and minimize on-site waste.

- Modules independently tested to ensure conformance with certification and regulatory standards.

- 10-year limnited product warranty.

- Manufacturing facility certified by TUV Rheinland to ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and BS OHSAS 18001:2007.

- Tight positive power tolerance of 0W to +5W ensures you receive modules at or above nameplate power and contributes to minimizing module mismatch losses leading to improved system yield.

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Yingli Solar Monocrystalline Module Panda 265 Series

 

3. Yingli Solar Module Panda 265  series Images

Yingli Solar Monocrystalline Module Panda 265 Series

 

4. Yingli Solar Module Panda 265  series Specification

 

 

5. FAQ

 

Q1. What certificates for your panda solar modules?

Re: QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATES

IEC 61215, IEC 61730, MCS, CE, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, BS OHSAS 18001:2007, PV Cycle, SA 8000

 

Q2. What kind of power warranty can you offer?

 Re: Limited power warranty: 1 year at 98% of the minimal rated power output, 10 yesars at 92% of the minimal rated power output, 25 years at 82% of the minimal rated power output.

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Q:Does the new horizons has a solar panel for it power resources instead using nuclear generator?
No solar panel, and for the reason you stated - it is so far from the Sun that a solar panel would be of little use (and a lot of extra weight) at the distances where the primary part of the mission was being performed. The power source is called an RTG. We can think of it as similar to a nuclear-powered battery or a miniature nuclear power plant. As far as I know it is not intended to reach any other star. If it does, it's power will have long since depleted - and it would take thousands of years at its current speed to reach even the closest star. Closest star: Proxima Centauri, slightly more than 4 light years away. Current speed of New Horizons relative to the Sun: 4.52 km/s That's 0.000048 of the speed of light. It would take more than 20,000 years to reach Proxima Centauri *if* it were heading in that direction (which it is not).
Q:Solar Panel Manufacturing?
No okorder.com 3) Figure out how much labor and material cost would go into each panel. Would you locate in the US? It's hard to beat the big players in China, in this commodity market. It would be like having a small company to make laptops, and trying to beat HP, Dell,and Lenovo.
Q:Solar panels IRS refunds?
Not a good answer: CNBC had a news bit, that it can take 0 to 20 years for you to break even in energy costs after installing solar panels. Please don't buy them just for the tax deduction. See if you can google a calculator for this - do research. I have a brother in law that buys anything under the sun just because he gets a tax deduction. I'm sure you're not like that though. Run the numbers of what you will save vs the 2K you will spend You may never break even
Q:Do solar panels steal sunlight from nearby plants?
solar panels don't literary attract light but when the light hits it it turns into stored energy planets dont give of heat or ray if u mean stars like the sun yes. it doesn't have anything to do with planets its star noble gases that stuff u can steal light it just gets it other than wasting it solar panels are better than those factory thingys
Q:Solar Panel energy 500 KW monthly?
I assume you mean 500 KWH (Kilowatt Hours) A good panel may produce about 00Watts. It will cover about 2SQ FT. Lets say you have a ranch style house that is 2000 SQ FT. That means if you covered your entire roof with panels, you could get about 65 panels on the roof(Not really, because you need room to get around them. Lets say practically you could get 00 panels on the roof. You could produce 00X00, or 0,000 Watts/hour (0 KW/HR)when the sun is at peak. Each hour you would produce 0 KW HR's. Lets say your area is perfect and the sun shines bright 0 hours a day, so You could potentially produce 00 KW HRS. There are losses envolved in the wiring, Battery Charger, Storage Batteries, and rectifier-controller. Maybe more realistically you could get 70 KW HRS per day. Maybe you could get 500 KWH in about 2 days. Each panel will cost about $500-$700. Panels alone will be over $50,000. The entire system installed about $00,000. This should cover your electric at least during sunny times. If you live outside of Arizona, lots of luck. Still much cheaper to ude the grid.
Q:Why can not the solar panel load directly?
Power supply must be a number of individual battery strings, connected in parallel and tightly packaged into components.
Q:How to hook up a Solar Panel To a single outlet?
That panel you reference puts out about 20W. @ 8V of DC. You can't wire that to a standard 20V outlet without a battery/inverter unit. Even then, you don't get a useful amount of power. In a full day you would collect enough energy to run a small TV for about an hour.
Q:what can i do with a calculator solar panel?
It wouldnt be worth your time really to try and hook it to a psp. You would have to build a circuit to match the voltage of the solar panel with the voltage of the psp. one of the few things i can think of would be a model windmill that used a very small solar panel to turn a very small motor attached to the rotor on the windmill. If you want a solar panel to charge your psp, look on OKorder, theres plenty of cheap low wattage solar panels that with a small solar panel regulator can put out enough 2v dc energy to possibly charge your psp
Q:Numbers behind Solar Panels?
For comparison, 36 of these make a normal 2V x 50W panel. Note they are not tabbed. This means you have to find a way to connect them yourself. The tabs are probably spot welded on by the suppliers. A supplier below has kits of these with tabs, as needed to connect them together. These are not suitable for grid connect, because the higher voltage needed makes do it yourself panels a dangerous and litigious thing to have on your roof. Maybe you could buy a smaller pack from the link below to compare tabbed and untabbed and work out what to do. Your power calculation is a bit incorrect because the sun is only present some of the time. The 36 cell module would produce 50W when square on to the full sun. The sun may be out for around 2h a day in some places and times of the year. However it is the equivalent of 5h full sun, because of the changing angle throughout the day. Look this up on the internet for your region. Temperate zones may be a lot less. One pack in your link is 36x3 = 08 cells. Thus 50W per pack x 5h a day gives 750Wh per day and 274KWh/y. In reality it will always be less because of regions, weather, clouds, dust, inefficiencies, aging of cells.
Q:Solar Panels Energy Theory?? ENERGY?
No. That lie is put out there by people who would lose out if solar panels ever became widely used. It does take about as much power to produce them as the panels make in 2 years in a good location, but considering their useful lifetime is at least 20-30 years, that isn't much. Wind power produces as much power as is used to create the windmill in 7-9 months in a decent location. Neither will ever produce as much power as they required to be made if placed in the wrong location, like in the shade or a non- windy area. No coal plant would ever make as much energy as it took to build it if no coal were provided either.

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